If Congress does not act to extend telehealth services, Medicare beneficiaries could lose access to virtual care options.
This webinar defines the asthma peak, reviews mitigation effort to prevent asthma flares and reviews updated asthma guideline especially for school-aged children.
Now that the world is re-opening, how do we assure that we do not lose the momentum and traction we made in telemedicine moving forward.
Patients, caregivers, physicians and healthcare professionals are invited to take our survey to share their experiences using telehealth for asthma, allergy and related conditions.
This problem based learning webinar for asthma specialists discusses digital monitoring during the COVID-19 Era (recorded webinar).
The speakers discuss how physicians can use telehealth to treat patients with severe respiratory disease, including severe asthma.
Learn about the renewed federal COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) declaration for telehealth that includes telehealth expansions.
The Network celebrates its 35th anniversary with a virtual Capitol Hill day, launch of new programs, more.
Dr. Purvi Parikh answers the Ask the Allergist question: how can asthma and allergy patients maximize the use of telehealth when they need treatment?
Learn about telehealth, online video conferencing with your doctor, and four tips for making a telehealth visit successful if you have asthma or allergies.
Telehealth is an exciting part of the future of healthcare. It allows patients to meet and consult with doctors and other health professionals in a secure format in the privacy of their homes. With telehealth, gone are long car trips, the scramble for parking and waiting rooms full of sick people. Get practical tips to ensure a successful telehealth appointment. Read about the future of telehealth in a post-pandemic world. Learn about legislative changes impacting telehealth and more.