Webinar – Telemedicine: Are You In Compliance? Do You Know How to Avoid the Risks?

Virtual Event

COVID-19 has accelerated the widespread use of telemedicine by providers and has become an accepted way of accessing medical care by patients. Is your use of telemedicine in compliance with NC and Federal regulations? Will it be after the state-of-emergency ends? Do you know the legal risks associated with telemedicine and how you can reduce those risks? Those issues and many more surrounding the use of telemedicine and best practices will be discussed in this webinar.

Do you have questions about the practical implementation and use of telemedicine with patients? Family Medicine Physician and guest speaker Dr. Netra Thakur with Alliance Medicine Medical Ministry will answer those questions and offer insight into her telemedicine-based practice.

Join us for an interactive discussion and presentation on these issues. For more information, visit or contact Lori Corlis at or (919) 861-5117.

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Guest Speaker - Dr. Netra Thakur

Dr. Thakur graduated from the Sidney Kimmel Medical College At Thomas Jefferson University in 1993. She specializes in Family Medicine and works at Alliance Medical Ministry, a non-profit organization committed to providing quality, affordable health care to working uninsured adults living in Wake County. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Thakur has been serving her patients remotely utilizing telemedicine from an office located at Young Moore.

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