Telehealth: Demystified
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SKU: OL5144

Publisher: AOTA Continuing Education

Published: 2019

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Product Overview

Instructor:

Tracey L. Davis, MOT, OTR/L

Director of Clinical Affairs for TalkPath Live, a Telehealth company for children and adults in the school and private pay settings. 

 

Earn:  .3 AOTA CEUs (3.75 NBCOT PDUs/3 contact hours)

  

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Description: 
Telehealth: Demystified is a basic course designed for occupational therapy practitioners to learn about the emerging niche of telehealth as a service delivery model. Practitioners will obtain insight to the benefits of this service delivery model and review how to incorporate it into an existing practice. Current research and how it can be applied to practice will enable therapists to gain confidence adapting skill sets to the virtual world. Personal reflection will be utilized to apply concepts to real world situations.

 

Learning Objectives:

1.     Recognize treatments considered telehealth.

2.     Identify the official position of AOTA regarding telehealth.

3.     Identify therapeutic activities for use in the telehealth model.

4.     Identify which clients would be ideal for telehealth, and what contraindications might exist.

5.     Discuss the steps to implement a telehealth practice.

 

Outline:

1.     Introduction

2.     History and definition of telehealth

3.     Current research and areas of practice

4.     Current legislation

5.     Benefits and challenges

6.     Making the switch to telehealth

7.     Adapting activities to telehealth model

8.     Example of OT sessions

9.     Telehealth evaluations

10.  Case studies

 

Learning level:  Intermediate

 

AOTA: Professional issues, Occupational Therapy Process