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Telehealth 101: Strategies for Providing Care When Hands-on Treatment is Not an Option

This program is not available for continuing education credit.

Tim Bertelsman, DC, CCSP, FACO
45 Minutes
Audio and Video


COVID-19 has quickly and dramatically altered the healthcare landscape. Many chiropractors are losing the ability to provide hands-on care for their patients. Elective in-office visits are evaporating along with the associated revenue. However, this is not the time for providers or patients to free-fall with a wait-and-see attitude. Chiropractors can continue to deliver valuable services to homebound patients via telehealth. Dr. Tim Bertelsman will present a timely 30-minute webinar on the essentials of telehealth. This webinar will provide a detailed 8-step process for continuing to provide your patients with the best possible service in the current environment.




  1. State telehealth laws
  2. Carrier reimbursement
  3. Liability coverage
  4. HIPAA compliance
  5. Scheduling telemedicine visits
  6. Performing telehealth visits
  7. Documenting visits
  8. Telehealth billing & coding
  9. Q & A



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Dr. Tim Bertelsman graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic with honors and has been practicing in Belleville, IL since 1992. He is a board-certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and a Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists. Dr. Bertelsman has lectured internationally on various clinical and business topics and has been published extensively. He is a post-graduate instructor for the University of Bridgeport Orthopedic Diplomate program. He has served in several leadership positions within the Illinois Chiropractic Society and currently serves as President of the executive board. Dr. Bertelsman is Co-founder of the online clinical and business resource

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