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Part two: A desire to move back to face-to-face assessments?

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Part two: A desire to move back to face-to-face assessments?

In the second installment of our five-part roundtable series on virtual assessments and assistive technologies, our panel of industry leaders question whether, now that the peak of the pandemic has passed, there is a desire to move back to face-to-face consultations.

BHTA Roundtable – Virtual assessments and assistive technologies

Part two: Is there a desire to move back towards face-to-face consultations?

Overview: Our specialists question whether patients and healthcare workers are moving back towards favouring face-to-face consultations, now that the restrictions that led to going virtual have eased.

► William Lee, Head of Policy and Compliance at the BHTA (Roundtable chair)
► Clare Barber, Professional Services Manager at DLF
► James Bennett, Sales and Marketing Director at Care & Independence
► Julie Blake, Senior Clinical Manager at NRS Healthcare
► Matthew James, Director of Precision Rehab
► Rachel Russell, Senior Regional Advisor for Foundations
► Nash Kumar, Director of Higher Elevation

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