Reducing Risks when Using Telemedicine in Your California Medical Practice

Reducing Liability Risks in Telemedicine

Special Report: Telemedicine in California

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Telemedicine is an emerging practice and the rising rate of adoption suggests its value. However, as with all advances in medicine, physicians should carefully assess the risks and advantages of this new way of practice before adopting it.

In this special report, NORCAL's risk management experts discuss the advantages of telemedicine and identify ways you can reduce your liability risks when incorporating telemedicine into your practice.

Risk Areas

  • Learn the risks involved with telemedicine.

Industry Insights

  • Learn how the State Medical Board of California is addressing telemedicine issues.

Best Practices

  • Learn ways you can reduce your liability risks when incorporating telemedicine into your practice.

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