Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Today’s COVID-19 pandemic has pushed to the forefront virtual care and highlighted the challenges and legal risks.
This ½ day session provides you with an overview of the current regulatory framework, the risk associated with virtual care, as well as practice tips to help you manage these, and minimize liability exposure.
What You’ll Learn
What is virtual care?
What is the current regulatory framework?
What are the applicable standards of care?
What do we know about best practices as set out by recent cases?
Understanding challenges around privacy, compensation, virtual options
What are the CPSO standards on virtual care?
Providing virtual care – issues and guidance from the CMPA
What is the future of virtual care medicine? Its impact to your obligations?
Who Should Attend
Representatives from hospitals, psychiatric facilities, long-term care facilities and community service provider agencies
Healthcare risk managers
Privacy officers, security officers and compliance officers for healthcare institutions
In-house counsel to healthcare institutions
Government and public policy advisors
Physicians, nurses and other licensed medical professionals
Healthcare professionals offering or looking to expand their practice to include virtual care services
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Wellness Break (10:45 a.m.)
Q&A Session (12:15 p.m.)
Program Concludes (12:30 p.m.)
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