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Did you know that higher rates of claims are often seen in practices that use majority telemedicine?*
Join us for a live Q&A discussion on minimizing risk with virtual naturopathic medicine practice.
Dave Evans from SIG and Pierce Dyer of NCMIC will share with us the most common claims filed in telemedicine and their insight on how best to avoid them. Doctors Stephanie Berg, ND, JD and Deborah Epstein, ND, and founder of the ND Telemedicine Facebook group will share insight from their own practices and experiences as we all work together to navigate the nuances of the naturopathic virtual practice.
Q&A Panel Participants:
Pierce Dyer
National Program Manager for Sprague Israel Giles’ (SIG) Naturopathic Medical Malpractice division
Dave Evans
Senior Litigation Consultant for NCMIC
Deborah Epstein, ND,
Founder of the ND Telemedicine Facebook Group
Stephanie Berg, ND, JD

*Please note: If you're a CNDA member, this webinar can be accessed free of charge in your member library.