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Published on Jul 25, 2016
Physicians have practiced telemedicine for some time, but new technology is making it more available than ever. Join us on Healthcare Matters as we sit down with Dr. Jonathan Terry, an osteopathic physician and surgeon and psychiatrist who uses telemedicine extensively in his practice, to learn how legal regulations are affecting telemedicine in both positive and challenging ways. This is the sixth episode of our video series on telemedicine. More Healthcare episodes: http://www.cunninghamgroupins.com/all...
About this episode’s guest: Jonathan Terry, DO, ABIHM, is a board-certified osteopathic physician and surgeon, a general psychiatrist, a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), and a Diplomate of the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). He is involved in the certification process through the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM). Dr. Terry is proud to be a National Health Service Corps Scholar, and works primarily with underserved and migrant worker populations as well as high-acuity inpatient psychiatric patients. Dr. Terry’s clinical interests include primary care consultation, nutrition, osteopathy, integrative medicine, strength-based therapies, and prevention.
About Healthcare Matters: We are an internet television program that explores the intersection of medicine and the law with an emphasis on medical malpractice insurance and risk management issues. Host Michael Matray, editor of Medical Liability Monitor, interviews guests from the healthcare and legal communities on issues such as tort reform, significant malpractice judgments and emerging legal trends in medical professional liability. All Healthcare Matters videos are produced by Cunningham Group, the medical malpractice insurance specialists: http://www.cunninghamgroupins.com