"Bridging the Gap: Use of Telehealth to Meet the Needs of our Patients Through Collaborative Care"


As healthcare providers, we strive to provide high quality, effective care to our patients. Patients are sometimes faced with barriers to access the immediate care that they need. For this reason, telehealth visits quickly evolved as an important tool in caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As providers, we will benefit from expanding our knowledge base about the telehealth option to help us best meet and expand additional options to address the complex needs of our patients across the continuum of care. This inter-professional conference will explore the ways in which providers can bridge the gap between knowledge and utilization of telehealth and leverage this technology to assist in the provision of quality collaborative care to our patients.

Conference presenters from a variety of professions and practice settings will share best practice tips as they describe their experiences implementing telehealth into their practice.


At the conclusion of this course, those who attend will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of telehealth as a model of care delivery.
  2. Explore successes and barriers in utilizing telehealth to provide care to patients.
  3. Develop awareness of how legal, regulatory, and policy considerations can affect telehealth practice.
  4. Summarize best practices for a telehealth program.



Occupational therapists, pharmacists, pharmacist technicians, physician assistants, physicians, physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, speech-language pathologists, and social workers are all encouraged to attend.


The cost of the conference is:

  • $70 per community member
  • $50 per alumna/alumnus
  • $45 per past/present clinical instructors of CUW

Registration is now open. Registration attendance is capped at 200 participants, so be sure to register early. Click here or on the "Register Now" button to reserve your spot.


Download the brochure above to view a full schedule of events.


Content is awaiting approval from ACPE, NASW and WPTA for continuing education credits. Certificate of attendance will be provided.

  • This program is offered for up to 0.6 ASHA CEUs (intermediate level; professional area). Speech-Language Pathologists will need to complete session evaluations to receive ASHA CEUs. Partial credits may be obtained. Please refer to the conference brochure (linked above) for speaker disclosures and all other ASHA CEU information.
  • Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy (CUW SOP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education (CPE). Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians will be able to claim CPE after the event by completing the post-activity self-assessment questions and evaluation, which will be sent via email. Attendees must claim CPE by March 16, 2021. Statements of credit will be available via CPE Monitor within 2-3 business days of claiming credit. CUW SOP is unable to issue CPE credit to any participant who does not have a date of birth and NABP e-Profile ID number on file with CUW SOP, and who does not claim their CPE credit by the March 16, 2021 deadline.
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