The COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the fast-paced demand for telemedicine in the healthcare industry. As pediatric urology providers, it is important to understand this development in order to provide optimal care to patients, now and in the future.
On April 1st, 2020, the Chief of Pediatric Urology for Georgia Urology, Dr. Andrew J. Kirsch, and Rob Boschen, the Chief Information Officer at Georgia Urology, led a webinar for pediatric urologists, “American Academy of Pediatrics Telemedicine Guidelines in Pediatric Urology: An Urgent Call.”
The webinar focused on the effect of telemedicine in pediatric urology, and how this virtual transition is crucial in developing a robust telemedicine program.
Telemedicine has many advantages to patients, providers, and the overall healthcare system. In this webinar, leaders in pediatric urology and information technology provided guidelines to medical providers, office managers, information technologists, and administrators on the best way to develop and utilize telemedicine in pediatric urology.
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