Walnut Creek, CA – Paradigm recently announced a new complimentary webinar, noting that as the claims industry looks ahead to evolve past the pandemic and restore a sense of “normalcy,” many questions remain about the novel COVID-19 virus and the long-term implications of the disease.
While most individuals who have suffered from COVID-19 recover within weeks, new research estimates 25% of COVID-19 patients will experience long-term, persistent symptoms. This condition phenomenon known as post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (“PASC”), commonly referred to as “long-haul COVID,” is characterized as a myriad of unpredictable, difficult-to-diagnose symptoms.
In this webinar, Paradigm and its panel of clinical experts will discuss what they have learned about this unprecedented disease and explore the unique categories of post-COVID conditions. Panelists will review the latest clinical guidance on the diagnosis of these persistent conditions─with a focus on respiratory distress, organ dysfunction, and immune system deficits─and share updates on the emerging treatments and clinical management strategies for these challenging cases.
Speakers will include:
- Michael Choo, MD, FACEP, FAAEM – Chief Medical Officer, Paradigm
- Stan Smith, LNFA, MBA – Vice President, Post-Acute Care, Paradigm
- Kathy Galia, RN, BSN – SVP and General Manager, Clinical Solutions, Paradigm
- Lawrence Lottenberg, MD, FACS – Paradigm Medical Director
- Paul Dongilli Jr., PhD, FACHE – Chief Executive Officer, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals
The webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, July 27th at 11am PT.
The webinar has been approved (or pending where noted) for one hour of continuing education (CE) credit for the following:
- CEU adjuster: AK (pending), AL, AR, CA (WC), DE, FL, GA, ID (pending), IN, KY, LA, MN (pending), MS, MT (pending), NC, NH (WC & Multi), NM, OK (pending), OR (WC), TX, UT, WY
- CE for national nurse
- CCMC national
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This is not a paid placement.