Understand the clinical reasoning and diagnostic skills needed to handle the unique challenges of virtual clinical encounters.
Reduce your liability by learning how to adapt evidence-based guidelines to your telemedicine practice.
Pick up vital telemedicine tricks of the trade to optimize your patients’ experience and outcomes.
Go beyond protocols and understand how to leverage the nuances of telemedicine clinical practice.
The evidence is clear that clinical education designed to onboard practitioners to new environments aligns teams around best practice, improves patient outcomes, decreases liability, and increases adherence to guidelines. This course covers the most common clinical topics encountered in telemedicine to help you serve your patients, protect your business, and help your clinicians smoothly and readily transition into telemedicine practice.
Get your clinicians up to speed on what they’ll need to know for their first telemedicine shift. Contact us to learn more.
• Clinical Reasoning in Telemedicine
• Webside Manner
• Unexpected Situations
• Charting Dos and Don’ts
• Acute Rhinosinusitis
• Acute Pharyngitis
• Acute Lower Respiratory Tract Infections
• The Telemedicine Physical Exam
• Peripheral Device Tips
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of California San Francisco, VP of Hippo Education
Dr. Jhun completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center in 2011. He is an award-winning national lecturer and former assistant EM residency program director at the University of Southern California. EMRA has recognized him for his significant educational impact in the specialty of emergency medicine. He considers dessert the main course of a meal, even if he says otherwise to his children.
Medical Director, Virtual Provider Network, Ochsner Health
Dr. Nikolic completed her residency at East Jefferson General Hospital in Louisiana in 2004. She has worked as both a medical director and an emergency room physician. She independently opened two urgent care centers in downtown New Orleans, which she later sold to Ochsner Health, where she is now Section Head at Ochsner Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine. In 2014, she signed on with CVS Minute Clinics, and in 2016 she signed on with Teladocs. Dr. Nikolic is board certified in both Family Medicine and Urgent Care.
The only crash course in clinical preparedness for telemedicine practice
3 hours of high-yield content, created for on-the-go use from your smart device
Earn up to 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
One year of access to course materials