"The massive impact that the coronavirus has made on the healthcare industry (and the world) will most likely lead to higher ed institutions making telehealth education a required part of medical curricula and quickly, says Tina Gustin, co-director of the Center for Telehealth Innovation, Education & Research (C-TIER) at Old Dominion University in Virginia."—Source: University Business
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WHY THIS MATTERS:
The remote nature of learning during a pandemic is creating an opportunity for teaching telehealth ettiquette, assessment protocol, and best practices to students virtually.