Events

Why Telehealth Is the Key for Lifestyle Interventions – Laurence Girard, Fruit Street [TFSS Talks]

Laurence Girard, FruitStreet TelehealthWhy are lifestyle interventions failing? We know we have an obesity and chronic condition crisis that  is costing us millions in healthcare each year. We know that we can reduce the risk of all chronic diseases (heart disease, diabetes, etc.) by 80% by simply eating better, exercising regularly, and not smoking. We also know that these changes don’t just happen on their own. Laurence Girard, founder and CEO of FruitStreet – an online platform for lifestyle disease management – shares how telehealth tools for the dietician, nurse coach or lifestyle health coach are a game changer for reducing obesity and chronic diseases.

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What Do Telemedicine, Blockbuster, and Netflix Have In Common?— Randy Parker, MDLIVE [TFSS Talks]

Randy Parker MDLIVE What does the failure of Blockbuster and the success of Netflix have to teach us about succeeding at telehealth?  With his 30 years of experience in the media industry and 10 years in the digital health industry, Randy Parker, founder and Chief Business Developer of the MDLIVE, prepares us to succeed at digital health by pointing out the parallels between the digitization of media and the digitization of healthcare.Continue Reading…

Challenges of Designing a Scalable Telehealth Platform — Dr. Erika Chuang, VSee [TFSS TALKS]

Erika Chuang VSee VP Are video visits fundamentally not scalable? Does your EMR really have to integrate with your telehealth platform? Can I get my existing equipment to work with a telehealth platform? Are telehealth platforms really the way to go? Dr. Erika Chuang, VSee VP of Product Management takes us through the fundamental challenges of designing a telehealth platform that is both simple to use and yet provides an integrated experience from the perspective of the designers and engineers in the trenches.Continue Reading…

Telemedicine in the Healthcare Delivery System: a panel with Milton Chen

Telemedicine as a means of delivering healthcare will be the topic of an upcoming panel discussion. Don’t miss Milton Chen, CEO of VSee, speaking at the Golden Triangle Local Program Council’s special event:

“TELEMEDICINE IN THE HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEM”

(This is an ACHE Qualified Education (Category II) Program and is self-reported by ACHE members)

WHEN: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 5:30pm – 7:30pm

WHERE: Lamar University’s Dr. Richard L. Price Auditorium In the John Gray Center, Beaumont, TX (Refreshments Available)

LEARN:

  • How telemedicine has been used to care for patients and in what settings
  • How effective telemedicine has been in the treatment of patients
  • What the financial and reimbursement implications of employing telemedicine are in the care of patients
  • What are the future applications of telemedicine and how the potential shift in healthcare
    reimbursement toward assuming greater risk may impact health care providers’ use of telemedicine

Visit ache-setc.org to register before Monday, January 23.

Facilitator:

Glenn Hammack, OD – Founding President/CEO, NuPhysicia, Inc.

Panelists:

Nancy Dickey, MD – Executive Director, Rural and Community Health Institute

Praphul Joshi, PhD – Associate Professor, Program Director, Masters of Public Health, Lamar University

George Christafa Bone, DNP – Doctor of Nursing Practice, Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System

Milton Chen, PhD – Co-Founder & CEO, VSee Lab

This event is supported by the Southeast Texas Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Telehealth Lessons from a Statewide Deployment — Kristi Henderson, Seton Healthcare Family [TFSS Talks]

kristi_henderson_ummc-200pNinety percent of healthcare executives say they have or are starting telehealth programs. Twenty-nine states have policies mandating telehealth reimbursement. Thirty-five percent of employers now offer telehealth. As many as 70% of physician, ER, urgent care visits are estimated to be manageable by phone or video. Surveys show over and over again that patients value convenience foremost. Everyone is rushing to deploy telemedicine without really knowing what telemedicine is or what it takes to have a successful telemedicine program.  Looking back on her many experiences and mistakes as a successful telemedicine pioneer and health care innovator, Kristi Henderson offers 5 principles for starting a telemedicine program:Continue Reading…

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