Tag: hospital & health systems

Rural Telehealth in FQHC – Caleb Knowlton & Chris Coplen (Stigler, THW Center)

About Speaker Caleb is the Special Projects Coordinator for Stigler Health and Wellness Center, Inc., the largest rural Community Health Center (Federally Qualified Health Center) in Oklahoma. After teaching high school for eight years, Caleb entered the world of healthcare after being given the opportunity to join the tremendous team…

Virtual Care For Children – Kelly Crown (Children’s Hospital of LA)

About Speaker Kelly Crown is an Innovation Consultant within the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) Innovation Studio. Within the CHLA Innovation Studio Kelly’s work primarily focuses on leading the strategy and implementation of CHLA’s Virtual Care Services and the Digital Health Lab initiatives. Prior to joining the Innovation Studio, Kelly…

Optimizing Telemedicine for Academic Health Systems – Matthew Jenusaitis (UCSD)

About Speaker Matthew Jenusaitis is Chief of Staff and Chief of Innovation and Transformation at the University of California San Diego Health System. Matthew oversees business development, new technology acquisition and implantation, regional hospital affiliations, and organizational efficiency improvements at the six UC San Diego Hospitals and four regional affiliates.…

Bending the Healthcare cost curve – Anupam Goel, MD (UnitedHealthcare)

About Speaker Anupam is a physician executive within UnitedHealthcare helping develop health information technology solutions for the company. He graduated from Emory’s school of medicine. He completed an internal medicine residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in Saint Louis. After residency, he did a two-year research fellowship in Burlington, Vermont. His first…

Why Are Prescription Drugs 44% More Expensive in the US? — Keith Jacobs

Americans spend an average $1,112 on prescription drugs each year — 44% more than Canada, the next highest spender. Why are prescription drugs so much more expensive in the US? Can tech disruptors affect drug pricing changes? – Get the basics of how the complicated prescription drug pricing system in…

Reducing Admission and Readmissions, and decreasing cost utilizing remote patient monitoring – Riya Pulicharam (Davita)

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The Promise & Peril of Telehealth for Older Adults: A Case Study of a Senior Community Center – Casey Pierce, PhD ( University of Michigan)

How can we use telehealth to help our seniors age well and age in place? What are important considerations when designing telehealth services for seniors and the elderly? What are the telehealth barriers for seniors and how do we increase their ability to access telehealth? What telehealth services are most…

Reducing Hospital Readmissions for Heart Failure – Edward Kersh, MD, FACC (UCSF)

Dr. Edward Kersh is the former Chief of Cardiology at St. Luke’s Hospital, San Francisco, and is a Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. In 1980, he joined the staff of California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC),…

Concierge Telemedicine: Case Studies in Challenging Delivery model – Ravi Kamepalli (University of Toledo)

Dr. Ravi Kamepalli is a Board-certified Infectious Disease, Wound care, and Obesity medicine physician. He is a Fellow of Infectious Disease Society of America, and a Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences. He has a passion for all things infection and wound-related,…

ER Telepsychiatry – Rudolfo Zaragoza & Kimberly Lopez (Vituity)

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The Power of Healthcare Pricing Transparency – Jeanne Pinder (ClearHealthCosts)

Jeanne Pinder is founder and CEO of ClearHealthCosts, a journalism startup in New York City that is bringing transparency to the health care marketplace by telling people what things cost. ClearHealthCosts has partnered with big media organizations and others to report on and crowdsource health prices, with funding from angel…

Telehealth 2.0: Increasing Access Through Innovation – Thomas Lee, MD (Children’s Hospital Los Angeles)

Dr. Lee earned his bachelor degree at Johns Hopkins University and received his MD from Cornell University where he graduated with Honors in Research and was a Howard Hughes Scholar. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Cornell and then went to Harvard Medical School as a Heed Fellow where he…

Telehealth for Children – Carey Officer (Nemours)

Carey Officer is the Operational Vice President of Nemours CareConnect, Center for Health Delivery Innovation at Nemours Children’s Health System where she provides critical leadership and support for researching, evaluating and incubating innovative clinical service delivery strategies including Telehealth. She led the launch of launched Nemours telemedicine service in 2015.…

Bringing Telepsychiatry to SNFs- Jen Amis (Encounter Telehealth)

Jen Amis is President & CEO of Encounter Telehealth, a behavioral healthcare provider offering behavioral healthcare services to long term care communities.  Previously, she founded and managed Statim, a telehealth company providing remote patient monitoring services.  Jen has more than 20 years of management experience in telecommunications, venture capital and healthcare. She earned a…

The Future of Integrated Health Care – Kristi Henderson (Ascension)

A healthcare executive with over 20 years of experience as an innovator, health advocate, educator, researcher and clinician. She is the VP for Virtual Care & Innovation for Ascension-Texas Ministry and Clinical Professor of Population Health at the Dell Medical School at UT-Austin. Prior to this role, she served a…

Why Health Systems Won’t Thrive Without Telehealth — Dr Josh Luke

How do hospitals and health systems stay profitable as they transform to value-based care? What is the role of telehealth? Why is healthcare moving out of hospitals towards home-based care? How will telehealth play a key role? Join Dr. Josh Luke, FACHE healthcare futurist, former hospital CEO, Forbes contributor, author…

2018 Telehealth Trends You Need To Know — Kristi Henderson, Seton Health

What are the emerging technologies and new regulations that will shape telehealth going into 2018? Anticipate 2018 telehealth trends. What are important lessons we need to learn from 2017? Join us as we kick off the 2018 season of Telehealth Failures & Secret To Success with Kristi Henderson, pioneering telehealth…

Telehealth Solutions for Post Acute Care – Tomi Ryba & Margaret Wilmer (El Camino Hospital)

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Increasing use of telehealth: What’s holding health systems back? – Cheryl Kreider (Kreider Health Solutions)

Slides Strategic Visioning for Health Systems: What's holding health systems back? from VSee

Lessons learned from years of telehealth deployment – Sigi Marmorstein (DaVita)

Slides Telemed done right: Lessons learned from 40+ implementations – Sigi Marmostein, DaVita from VSee

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