KL2 Scholar provides tips on the use of telehealth for pediatric populations

As more health care providers adapt to telehealth to care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, some are finding occasional challenges with the experience when it’s new to them. Now, some help is available in a new set of how-to videos for health care providers from UC Davis pediatric endocrinologist Stephanie Crossen.

Crossen shares her expertise alongside Jennifer Raymond, pediatric endocrinologist from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. They address some common challenges and answer questions that many providers face in telehealth. These videos, produced by the Pediatric Endocrine Society, are free to view:

View part 1: https://pes-video.s3.amazonaws.com/TeleHealth/TH+VIDEO+1.mp4

View part 2: https://pes-video.s3.amazonaws.com/TeleHealth/TH+Video+1.2.mp4

Crossen has practiced telehealth for more than six years and has authored multiple articles on the use of telemedicine in pediatric and adolescent diabetes care. Most recently, she authored the top 10 tips for successfully implementing a diabetes telehealth program, which was published in the journal Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics.

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