Date: December 6, 2021
Telehealth in HIV: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Overview: In 2020 many public health facilities, clinics, and providers began using telehealth out of necessity due to the coronavirus pandemic. Telehealth served as a powerful tool for reducing exposure, extending the workforce, increasing access, and decreasing isolation for many marginalized populations living with HIV. In some cases, it also increased health inequities related to access to broadband, access to telehealth-capable devices, and digital literacy.
This webinar will examine some of the opportunities and challenges presented by telehealth as a tool for expanded healthcare access. What lessons learned can organizations carry forward into 2022? How have organizations and communities adopted new models for telehealth, including using more advanced technologies and hybrid healthcare? What more needs to be adapted to effectively deliver HIV care and treatment via telehealth in 2022?
Join HealthHIV as they delve into these important questions and learn how you can optimize telehealth in your practice.
Target Audience: HIV care providers and primary care providers (MD/DO, NP/PA, nurses), infectious disease specialists, allied health professionals (social workers, case managers)
Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants will be better able to:
- Explain lessons learned in implementing telehealth for HIV care/treatment programs during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Discuss the future of HIV telehealth, including new policies, delivery models, and reimbursement opportunities.
- Describe ways to adapt and optimize telehealth programs through new technologies and hybrid healthcare models.
Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 credits (CME, MOC, NCPD, and CPE) are available for completion of this activity.
Webinar Date: December 7, 2021
Time: 1:00P – 2:00P EST