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WEBINAR Physical Therapy Practice in a Digital Age: Any Ethical or Legal Concerns

 Export to Your Calendar 12/13/2018
When: 12/13/2018
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
Contact: Marcus Dean
412-243-5181 x102


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Can I use my smartphone to take a picture during patient care? Can we use that new app we just downloaded? Can we begin our TelePT/TeleRehab Clinic tomorrow? These and other questions will be reviewed in this interactive discussion of legal and ethical issues around the use of technology in the clinical setting. In addition, we will discuss how these options can be very positive for everyone involved.

In this presentation, we will discuss potential ramifications of each scenario, along with methods to minimize risk. Our goal is to help PTs and PTA’s everywhere to proceed forward with the use of technology to improve their care even further.

We have three scenarios planned for this discussion, related to the questions noted above. Even so, we will ‘pause’ after the second scenario to take questions from attendees and address any related scenarios.  

 

Educational points/Learning Objectives:

1)      Describe potential causes for conflicts resulting from fast advancement of clinical technologies

2)      Discuss the legal and ethical implications for pertinent clinical situations

3)      Identify useful legal/ethical ways to utilize the technology in question in each scenario

4)      Recognize need to address legal/ethical violation in technology use in clinical practice

 

About The Speakers

Robert Latz, PT, DPT, CHCIO:

Robert Latz, PT, DPT, CHCIO is the only Physical Therapist with the HealthCare CIO certification from CHIME (College of Health Information Management Executives). He is a Board Member of the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) and a Co-Chair of the NASL IMPACT Act Implementation Workgroup.  Dr. Latz is a Board Member of the APTA Health Policy and Administration Section and the President of the Technology Special Interest Group. Dr. Latz is the Chief Information Officer for Trinity Rehabilitation Services, which improves human function by providing contracted therapy services in Post-Acute Care settings.

 

Aliya Chaudry, PT, MBA, DPT, J.D. APTA-ELI Fellow:

Dr. Chaudry is a physical therapist/patent attorney who came to Langston University (LU) in 2003 to design and implement the clinical education component of LU’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Subsequently, she served as Dean/Program Director of LU-School of Physical Therapy & DCE until 2017 and now serves as Full Professor with tenure at the same institution. She has over 30 years of clinical/administrative experience in physical therapy with 5 academic degrees, two of which are doctorate degrees.  Over her career, Dr. Chaudry has received several awards and honors, and she has made over 70 international and national peer reviewed presentations. Dr. Chaudry was recognized by World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) as an “outstanding presenter” at WCPT’s conference in Vancouver, Canada in 2007. She received the Community Engaged Professional of the Year Award from the Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education in 2015 in recognition of her work in promotion of service learning in higher education, and Educator of the Year award in 2016 from Perry Publishing Company.  Dr. Chaudry serves on several committees of the Oklahoma Bar Association and at APTA, she serves as Chair, Bylaws Committee of Health Policy & Administration Section & Chair, Bylaws Committee for APTA-HPA Global Health Special Interest Group.

 

 

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