Virtual Health Care & Telemedicine: Management of Legal Risks

February 21, 12:30pm, EST - 2:00pm, EST

Online Webcast


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With the growth of virtual care and telemedicine come new challenges and legal risks that must be managed to minimize liability exposure. This webinar provides you with an overview of the current regulatory framework; the risks associated with virtual car

Virtual and mobile healthcare are on the rise and rapidly gaining popularity amongst healthcare providers and patients alike. The practice of virtual medicine amongst healthcare professionals for remote monitoring and online consultations is also becoming mainstream. As these alternative methods of healthcare delivery grow, so do the challenges associated with them. Privacy, regulatory compliance, malpractice are some of the challenges faced by healthcare providers utilizing digital and virtual medicine.

In this webinar, we will discuss these legal challenges and offer best practices for developing and implementing policies and procedures to minimize legal risk.

Topics include:

  • What virtual health care/telemedicine is and what it is not
  • Current Regulatory Framework around virtual care/telemedicine
  • Conflict of Laws, consent & privacy issues
  • Managing & mitigating risks associated with utilizing virtual care/telemedicine

Following the speaker presentations, you’ll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.


  • Anna Marrison, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
  • Dr. Ranjith Chandrasena, Chatham Kent Clinic, Chief of Psychiatry
  • Dr. Rob Williams, Chief Medical Officer, Ontario Telemedicine Network


  • Section I
    • What is virtual care and what it is not

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        If you have any questions or would like more information please contact:
        Reheleh Pourkhodayar