Technology to improve patient outcomes Recorded webinar
In this recorded webinar, Faye McDearmid discussed how new clinical technology can help improve patient outcomes by identifying and treating disease more promptly and effectively. This in turn also improves outcomes for the practitioner by helping to build your business and reduce the stress associated with the fear of missing something. Clinical case studies of patients who have benefited from ultra-widefield technology and their corresponding treatment were discussed, as well as tips and tricks on how to successfully integrate new services to make the most of your investment from day 1.
The following lecture from this series is also available:
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CPD Points: 1
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Expiry Date: 31/12/2019
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