May 18, 2021 • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET
The pandemic brought rapid and widespread changes across health systems. They had to mobilize around acutely ill patients suffering from COVID-19, support those in need of testing, and quickly adapt to deliver care outside the walls of the hospital.
As we look to the post-pandemic future of digital health and care at home, questions abound about which tools and processes are here to stay - and which have yet to be considered. While many technologies were implemented on top of traditional care models as a means of delivering episodic care at home, we now look towards the future - one that is consumer-centric, data-driven and will likely necessitate re-designing clinical care programs.
- Discover the importance of focusing on coordinated and integrated virtual care, not just virtual care
- Discuss the transformation of web and mobile health care services, translating the latest advancements in digital health into consumer-centric patient experiences and digitally-empowered clinician workflows
- Hear about health system virtual care programs integrated into all specialty areas and spanning across the continuum – home, urgent care, ED, inpatient, ICU – using varying technologies
- Gain insight into specific efforts to expand the role of telehealth within the Emergency Medicine specialty
- Explore ways to incorporate technologies – and gain insights from that data – into population health and chronic condition management efforts to boost outcomes of interventions
Senior Advisor, Telehealth;
Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Vice President and Executive Medical Director, Virtual Care
Houston Methodist Health System