Clinical Insights on Managing COVID-19 Cases: What We’ve Learned
The first cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the United States back in January. At that time, not much was known about how the virus spreads or how to treat it. Almost seven months later, our knowledge has increased, and researchers continue to discover new findings almost every day.
In this webinar, Paradigm and our panel of clinical experts discuss what we have learned about COVID-19 and the implications for workers’ compensation patients. We talk about how to evaluate and diagnose the virus and provide updates on medication and treatment—with a focus on the psychosocial component to recovery. We also share what we’ve learned about expenses associated with COVID and how we know when a patient no longer has the virus.
Join us to learn more about how to face our greatest challenges with COVID-19: preventing, treating, and, ultimately, saving patients. You’ll hear from industry experts Michael Choo, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, Chief Medical Officer, Paradigm; Kathy Galia, RN, BS, Chief Operating Officer, Paradigm Catastrophic Care Management; Lawrence Lottenberg, MD, FACS, Medical Director, Paradigm Catastrophic Care Management; Joseph K. Choo, MD, FACC, Paradigm Medical Specialist Consultant, Interventional Cardiologist, Medical Director of Structural Heart and Valve Center, Christ Hospital; and Tiffany Morvari MA, LPCC, Director of Clinical Programming, AiRCare Health.
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