NEW CE: Telehealth and Telemedicine Legal and Ethical Considerations

04/20/2020 7:02 AM | Kara Henrys (Administrator)

We are facing unprecedented times, and we may need to continue to sacrifice the ability to treat our patients in person to the extent possible to protect public health—and in some cases, to comply with state orders. With the advancements in communication and information technologies, veterinary medicine may have an opportunity to use some of these new telehealth tools to benefit animal health.

 

This online continuing education will increase the participants’ knowledge of the state and federal regulatory landscape, explain the legal and ethical challenges that may arise with the use of telehealth, and provide tips to employ best practices for quality care and patient safety.

This program has been approved for 2 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

 

 

Use coupon code “StaySafeMI” at checkout for 40% off before May 1, 2020.

To enroll today, visit: AnimalAndVeterinaryLaw.com/courses/

 

 

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Babcock, a licensed veterinarian and attorney, offers instruction in veterinary medical law and ethics as part of the traditional veterinary medical curriculum and also as continuing education for veterinary medical professionals. Her active engagement in professional associations, academia, and small animal medicine helps to ensure that the courses offered are applicable to veterinary practice, reflect the needs of the profession, and encourage compliance with evolving veterinary medical law, ethics, and standards of care.

 


Michigan Veterinary Medical Association

2144 Commons Parkway
Okemos, MI 48864-3986

517.347.4666

517.347.4710

mvma@michvma.org

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