As the industry continues to define and build the future of “digital health,” there’s a foreboding risk to patient outcomes and safety, and an immediate need for oversight. Currently, the technologies responsible for patient care do not require FDA-approval. With the 21st Century Cures Act eliminating FDA oversight of EHRs and telehealth devices, the responsibility for patient safety and quality of virtual care falls to hospitals and health systems. To share best practices in providing safe, patient-centered virtual care, this session will showcase examples from Mayo Clinic’s teleneonatology program. Developed by Mayo’s Division of Neonatal Medicine and Center for Connected Care, teleneonatology has allowed clinicians to improve care quality and enhance patient safety. Providing both clinical and industry perspectives, the two speakers will discuss what it takes to build a successful telehealth program, deliver quality healthcare via technology solutions, and exercise best practices for self-governance.