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While virtual care has been operational in Alberta for over 25 years, the Covid-19 pandemic acted as a catalyst to bring this care model to the forefront. Within a couple of short weeks in March 2020, virtual encounters became the norm for ambulatory care shifting from <5% to over 70%. Multiple models of virtual care in development suddenly were propelled into action, both from public and private sectors. In addition to creating opportunities for access, some unintended consequences also emerged.
Let’s discuss some of the successes of virtual care in Alberta, as well as some of the challenges, and provide a discussion platform on how these models of care will be sustainable in the future of healthcare in this province.
Chris Carlson, CIO and Product Executive at Brightsquid
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Please note this LinkUp will take place at 12PM MT (Alberta time)
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