[Past] Webinar - Telemedicine: Navigating the risks
Technological advances present valuable opportunities for telemedicine in practice, but this progress also has legal and regulatory implications.
Using a wide selection of cases and scenarios as examples, our presenters Dr Helen Hartley and Dr Kirsa Morganti invite you to consider the potential pitfalls of telemedicine and how to mitigate the risks, reiterating the importance of having appropriate professional protection in place.
Suitable for GPs, practice managers and hospital doctors, there will also be an opportunity for real-time questions during the broadcast, giving you the opportunity to address your key concerns and issues.
- To increase your awareness of the legal and regulatory requirements governing telemedicine.
- To enhance your ability to mitigate the risks associated with telemedicine practice.
- To help you consider the implications of practising telemedicine when it comes to your professional protection.
Head of Underwriting Operations and Deputy Head of Policy
Dr Helen Hartley qualified from Birmingham University in 1992 before training in anaesthesia in Birmingham and South Thames regions.
She worked as a consultant anaesthetist in London from 2003 until an interest in risk management and law prompted her retrain as a medicolegal adviser in 2010. Helen then joined Medical Protection, advising and supporting members on ethical and medicolegal matters including complaints, claims, inquests and investigations.
Having led a team of advisers from 2014 and acted as a part-time risk consultant to the Medical Protection underwriting team from 2015, she moved full-time into underwriting in 2017 as head of operations and deputy head of policy. She writes and lectures regularly on medicolegal and indemnity matters and is a media spokesperson for Medical Protection.
Dr Kirsa Morganti
Dr Kirsa Morganti graduated from Aberdeen University in 1989 and worked for several years in the pharmaceutical industry prior to completing her GP training in 1996. Kirsa then worked as a GP in a variety of roles, including being a GP partner and GP trainer prior to graduating with distinction in medical law and ethics from De Montfort University, Leicester.
She currently works as a medicolegal advisor at Medical Protection assisting members on ethical and medicolegal concerns including complaints, inquests, criminal matters, and regulatory and disciplinary investigations.
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