Tag: practice tips

Telemedicine Solutions To Fight Coronavirus: Nurse Hotlines To PopHealth Monitoring

Looking for ways you can utilize telemedicine to help contain the coronavirus? VSee has had direct experience providing telemedicine solutions for both the Ebola and Zika virus crises. We’ve noticed a big surge of providers trying to get telemedicine quickly set up for their organizations. We want to help you…

Bringing Virtual Primary Care To the Masses in 2020 – Michael Farrell (MDLIVE)

Why is the number of U.S. adults who have a Primary Care Physician (PCP) declining, especially among younger generations? Is it Cost? Convenience? The way they prefer to receive their healthcare? It could be any one of many reasons, but the facts are that 45% of 18- to 29-year-olds and…

Teledentistry for Vulnerable Populations – Onur Nacakgedigi, DDS (UC Davis)

About Speaker Dr. Onur Nacakgedigi is an assistant clinical professor of public health science at the University of California Davis (UCD) and holding a DDS degree from Turkey with extensive experience running oral healthcare projects worldwide. Currently, he is the principal investigator of Qushtapa refugee camp oral health project in…

10x Your Effectiveness As A Provider – Fred Moss, MD (Mastering Telehealth)

About Speaker Fred Moss, M.D. has served in the psychiatric field for over 35 years. He has substantial experience providing services in a vast array of settings, both in-person and virtually, through telemedicine in outpatient, residential, inpatient, residential rehabilitation, orphanages, assisted care and clinic facilities, and with the homeless. Dr.…

Engage Patients with RPM – Lesley Mathis (Care Innovations)

About Speaker Lesley is a clinical manager and has emerged as a clinical expert in remote patient monitoring specializing in solutions and protocol development of various patient populations. Prior to entering the healthcare technology industry, Lesley worked as a bedside nurse in CCU/CVICU and then became the Nurse Practitioner for…

Why Patients Don’t Want Telehealth – Gregory Truex (J.D. Power)

About Speaker Greg Truex is a Managing Director in the Global Business Intelligence division at J.D. Power. He is responsible for project management, product development and client services for the divisions Health Intelligence and Diversified practice areas. Greg serves as the executive sponsor and primary author of the annual U.S.…

Finding Patients With Search Marketing – Charlie Sardou (Change Healthcare)

About Speaker Charles career started as a Department store buyer. For the past two decades, Charles has optimized both B to C and B to B customer experiences online. Charles has successfully invested over $100 million in search and social advertising for clients ranging from Disney, United Healthcare, Optum, Edison…

3 Tips To Get 100% Payment from Patients — Bryan Pereyo

Whether you’re a solo practice or big health system, slow or non-payments are affecting your bottom line. Find out how you can collect patient debt more quickly and effectively with top-rated medical collection expert, Bryan “Uncle Louie” Pereyo. Get the ins and outs of the collection process, learn the latest…

Building Meaningful & Satisfying Care Experience for Patients & Providers in Telehealth – Yosuke Chikamonoto, PhD (Caring Accent)

About Speaker Yosuke Chikamoto, PhD, is Principal & Consultant at Caring Accent, a California-based consulting firm specializing in healthcare communications and innovations. Prior to his current role, Yosuke devoted his efforts to improving care experience for both patients and providers as the Director of Center of Excellence in Physician Communication…

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,…

Telemedicine As a Solution To Improve Physician Health – Peter Yellowlees, MD (UC Davis)

About Speaker Dr. Yellowlees is Vice Chair for Faculty Development and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California Davis. He is the immediate Past President of the American Telemedicine Association and a member of the American Psychiatric Association and University of California’s workgroups on Telepsychiatry. Dr. Yellowlees is an…

Telehealth for Medical Missions & the Underserved – Samrina Marshall, MD (MAVEN Project)

Samrina Marshall is a physician with core interests in improving healthcare delivery and quality health outcomes particularly in vulnerable and underserved communities. Most recently, she was the Medical Executive for Medicaid at Evolent Health leading the value-based care growth, implementation and operations of Medicaid health system partners across the country.…

Telehealth for a Global Staff: Challenges & Opportunities – Brian Davey, MD (World Bank)

Dr. Brian Davey is a South African physician with extensive experience managing healthcare in International Organizations, holding a MD degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and post-graduate qualifications in research physiology and occupational health.  He has held various positions in the United Nations system, including Head of…

ER Telepsychiatry – Rudolfo Zaragoza & Kimberly Lopez (Vituity)

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Implement Telemedicine Into Your Practice – Anisha Patel-Dunn, DO (Pacific Coast Psychiatric Associates)

After completing their psychiatry residency training at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, Drs. Anisha Patel-Dunn & Udi Zaken co-founded Pacific Coast Psychiatric Associates in 2006. A multi-specialty outpatient mental health practice, PCPA is composed of over 60 providers and has become the largest private outpatient group practice in…

Telehealth Frontiers in Physical Therapy – Kelly Sanders (Telemovement)

Kelly Sanders serves as the President of Movement for Life, Inc which encompasses a family of 24 outpatient physical therapy practices as well as teleMOVEMENT which is a musculoskeletal health company with a goal to provide access to PT services online or via telehealth. In 1999, she received a Doctorate…

How To Make Cash-based Telepsychiatry Work For You – Chris O’Brien (TherapyWorks)

Dr. H.R. Christopher O’Brien, is the founder of TherapyWorks.Tv – a pioneering private telepsychiatry and pharmacy consulting group. He is a board specialist in Psychiatric Pharmacy, and an Advanced Practice Pharmacist. He is also an original co-founder of the Bio-Behavioral Consultation Clinics and has consulted for the Regional Center system…

Making Telepsychiatry Sustainable – Samir Malik (Genoa Telepsychiatry)

Samir Malik is currently the Executive Vice President and General Manager of Genoa Telepsychiatry, the largest outpatient telepsychiatry provider in the country. Samir came into this role through the acquisition of his company, 1DocWay, a New York City-based telepsychiatry company, which he co-founded and served as CEO. The company expands…

How to succeed at cash-based telepsychiatry: 10 Worst Fears That Never Came True — Christopher O’Brien

Join our guest Chris O’Brien, PharmD as we discuss why he decided to go completely virtual and cash-based. Learn how he has built a thriving private practice and how he overcame his worst fears about doing telepsychiatry. Get practical tips on finding the right tools and technology, navigating telehealth regulations,…

5 Lessons From Establishing Telepsychiatry for California Prisons — Edward Kaftarian, MD

What are the biggest challenges to starting a telepsychiatry program? How do you choose and manage the right technology? How do you manage medications? How do you attract and manage staff? Find out how California’s Chief Executive of Telepsychiatry, Edward Kaftarian, MD, stood up a successful prison telepsychiatry program for…