COVID-19 Update: Telehealth Items and Practice Process
- : Online
This pre-recorded FREE webinar will provide the practice team, including nurses, GPs, practice managers, and reception staff, with an overview of novel coronavirus/COVID-19 and the current National measures in place, how your practice could best continue operations, new Telehealth items with relevant Medicare requirements and how to set this up within your practice.
Session = 1 CPD hour
This session will cover:
- Current National measures in place and priorities
- Key considerations for how your practice could best continue operations during this time
- Overview of the new Telehealth items and relevant Medicare requirements
- Practice set-up options to offer Telehealth consultations to patients
Have a question? Check out the webinar FAQs at the bottom of this page.
Is the webinar free?
Yes, the best things always are.
Does this count towards my RACGP points?
If I watch an older webinar do the CPD points still count?
Yes; it counts from when you watch it, not when it was aired.
I can't attend, should I register anyway?
Yes, if you want to watch the recording after the live session, please register and we'll send you an email the moment the recording is published.
How do I get my CPD certificate?
The CPD certificate can be downloaded from below the webinar when it is published (usually around 1 week after the live session). All registrants will receive an email with a link to the recording and certificate the moment it is published.
Do I get a copy of the slides?
Yes, the slides will be accessible as a PDF below the video when it is uploaded.
Webinar Host: Magali De Castro Clinical Director, HotDoc
Magali has been working in general practice for the past 13 years. As a Registered Nurse she’s worked in clinical settings varying from solo GP surgeries to super clinics and community health centres. Magali has been a presenter and guest speaker for organisations such as the Australian Primary Care Nurses Association (APNA), the Department of Health (Vic), Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and Cancer Council among others.