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Telehealth: Navigating the Changing Landscape of Medicine

Medicine is rapidly evolving. From the shift to telemedicine to the idea that preventative medicine is even more critical than originally thought, practitioners around the world are clamoring to know the best way forward. Thought leaders are claiming that integrative and functional medicine needs to be considered more prominently in primary care and that the medical industry needs to start speaking the same language when it comes to disease prevention.

Join host James Maskell as he explores the future of medicine with one of integrative medicine’s most influential thought leaders, Tieraona Low Dog, MD.

In this webinar, Tieraona Low Dog, MD, will:

  • Bridge the gap of medical perspectives (conventional vs. integrative vs. functional)
  • Shed light on a potential framework for using common language
  • Provide guidance to practitioners on how to navigate these difficult times
  • Introduce attendees to Fullscript and relevant partners

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