Deference to Clinical Indication: An Important Factor for Reproductive Healthcare

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Originally Aired - Sunday, May 5 4:40 PM - 5:30 PM

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Location: N227C


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Title: Deference to Clinical Indication: An Important Factor for Reproductive Healthcare

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Deference to clinical indication is a core tenant of ensuring telehealth is fully integrated into the healthcare system.  It ensures that patients have medically appropriate access to telehealth care and that medically unnecessary in-person requirements are avoided.  This is especially important when considering stigmatized services, such as sexual & reproductive healthcare as telehealth presents great opportunities to address outcome disparities based on geography, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, etc..  This panel will review the myriad ways that telehealth in the reproductive health spectrum can benefit patient care, including the potential impact on maternal mortality, and review the importance of this central tenant of telehealth to ensure expanded access to timely care and cost savings.

Type: Panel Discussion


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