Telehealth Symposium

Monday, March 9, 2020 | 8:30am - 4:30pm

Location: Room W204A
Cost: $350 (Early Bird) | $350 (Advance) | $400 (Standard) Additional Registration.

Enhancing the Human Connection

While the healthcare industry works to fit telemedicine into existing business models, entrepreneurs and forward-thinking health systems are creating new models, including direct-to-consumer services. Organizations that have begun the transition to value-based payment along with non-traditional providers see telemedicine as a way to disrupt the competition. Many health systems looking to expand telemedicine are finding themselves on the road to being disrupted. Explore ways that provider organizations are using telemedicine to create a more patient-centered experience and adapting to a value-based world, and examine ways that companies are creating direct-to-consumer experiences, allowing people to shop for the care that suits them. Hear from a panel of expert speakers with real-world examples of how organizations have used telehealth to enhance the human connection and drive value.

Learning Objectives:

  • Highlight how the military health system has developed virtual health programs and lessons learned
  • Describe the value telehealth care models bring and how they have evolved over time
  • Discuss telemedicine law criteria for establishing practitioner-patient relationships via telehealth technologies
  • Discuss direct-to-consumer telemedicine and how it can transform the healthcare system for the better

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