Virtual/Digital Mental Health Care Featuring eClinicalWorks Technology

Dr. Jeffrey Gelblum, MD, board member at First Choice Neurology and expert consultant to the State of Florida discusses the future of virtual and digital mental health tools and his experience using eClinicalWorks, a leader in healthcare IT solutions, offering Electronic Health Records, Practice Management tools, and solutions for Patient Engagement, Population Health, and Revenue Cycle Management.

Jeffrey Gelblum, MD is an honors graduate of the University of Maryland. Dr. Gelblum completed his neurology residency and post-graduate fellowship training at the University of Miami. His clinical practice was established in 1992. He has successfully treated thousands of patients over a quarter-century, from South Florida, and around the world. He is considered a global thought leader in the neurologic treatment of dementia, seizure disorders, Parkinson’s, Diabetic and Peripheral Nerve Disorder, Familial Amyloid Polyneuropathy, Covid Long-Hauler, trauma, and chronic pain, and has hosted educational symposia in the U.S. and overseas.

Dr. Gelblum maintains numerous research FDA-sponsored affiliations, providing patients immediate access to promising new treatment protocols. His practice maintains an academic affiliation with the medical residency programs of Nova Southeast and Florida International University. He trains future neurologists, so it is not unusual to encounter student doctors in the office.

Dr. Gelblum serves as an expert consultant to the State of Florida and the Federal Court system on matters of neurologic injury and disability. He is active in multiple community outreach programs to educate the public regarding the care and treatment of neurologic disorders. He has pioneered the use of TeleHealth and other e-medicine technology to provide patients instant medical access. Complementary modalities and alternative care are part of his holistic approach to successful neurologic care.

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