Fierce Health IT Virtual Series

Telehealth’s Takeover

   November 9-11 , 2020       Free Virtual Event

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Within a matter of months, the already fast-evolving world of telehealth was catapulted into the mainstream due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The surge in telehealth could be just a waypoint back to normalcy, or it could permanently transform healthcare delivery as we know it. What does the new trajectory for the sector — which includes everything from virtual visits to wearables to at-home monitoring — tell us about where it’s going? Top experts will address everything from regulatory changes to market projections and offer key insights on how to take advantage of the emerging business opportunities. .
 

9

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 
 

11:00AM EST
What telehealth will look like in 2025  

 

3:00PM EST
The future of interoperability—will we ever get there?

10

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10 
 

11:00AM EST
Home is the new hospital
 

11

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 
 

11:00AM EST
The state of telehealth in 2021
 

 

AGENDA
Monday, November 9

11:00AM
What telehealth will look like in 2025

 

We’ve been talking about telehealth becoming the norm for decades. Now that it’s here, top experts will discuss:

  • What changes to the traditional healthcare experience are consumers going to experience — and demand — in the short-term and long-term?
  • What regulatory changes are likely to drive the greatest changes in healthcare delivery?
  • How can providers leverage real-world data from devices and wearables to show the value proposition of virtual care?
  • Which shifts are likely to have the greatest impact on cost and quality — and which are more likely to be hype?
wong

Opening Remarks

Christina Wong,

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Regulated Industries,

DOCUSIGN

 

DocuSign

Sponsored By

Todd

Dr. Todd Czartoski,

Chief Medical Technology Officer,

Providence St. Joseph Health

 

Joseph

Joseph Kvedar, M.D,

Senior Advisor for Virtual Care President of the

American Telemedicine Association (ATA)

Professor at Harvard Medical School,

Mass General Brigham

 

Carey

Carey Officer,

Operational Vice President of Nemours’ Center for

Health Delivery Innovation,

Nemours Children’s Health System

 

Peter

Closing Remarks

Dr. Peter Alperin,

Vice President, Product,

Doximity

 

Doximity

Sponsored By

 

3:00PM
The future of interoperability—will we ever get there?

 

For decades, the goal for healthcare has been achieving true interoperability between healthcare provider records. Yet, year after year, the same competitive challenges, security complexities and regulatory hurdles that have served as roadblocks in the past continue to stymy efforts to enable data sharing. In this session, top health IT experts will make their arguments and predictions for the future of interoperability and discuss:

 

  • What new opportunities and hurdles have emerged amid changing regulations, technology and the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • What role will new data-sharing mandates from HHS play in pushing interoperability efforts forward?
  • How we can finally move this conversation forward from incremental change to true change?
Reider

Jacob Reider, MD, FAAFP,

CEO,

Alliance For Better Health

 

Williams

Claudia Williams,

CEO,

Manifest Medex

 

Julia

Julia Adler-Milstein,

Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for Clinical Informatics and Improvement Research,

UCSF

 

edwin

Edwin Miller,

Chief Product Officer at Audacious Inquiry and Co-Founder

Aledade

 

Tim Waters

Closing Remarks

Tim Waters,

Senior Manager – Healthcare & Life Sciences,

Equinix

 

Equinix

Sponsored By


Tuesday, November 10

11:00AM
Home is the new hospital

 

From remote monitoring for chronic health conditions to at-home dialysis and virtual ICUs, increasingly complex care is being delivered in the home setting. Experts will examine:

  • Describe the value proposition of at-home care
  • The costs and technology possibilities of the trend
  • The pitfalls of pushing care out of the hospital into the home and the limitations of at-home care
  • The reimbursement challenges of paying for care outside of a hospital or clinic
Margaret

Dr. Margaret Paulson,

Director of Advanced Care at Home,

Mayo Clinic

 

Jim

Jim Sheets,

Vice President of Outreach Services,

Intermountain Healthcare

 

Rich

Richard Milani,

Chief Transformation Officer,

Ochsner Health

 

Bill

Closing Remarks

Bill Pashall,

VP Business Development,

Vivify Health

 

Vivify

Sponsored By


Wednesday, November 11

11:00AM
The state of telehealth in 2021

 

Telehealth has had a blockbuster year in 2020 due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic. But what does the future hold? Could this boom in business prove to be temporary? We talk to some of the top experts about the biggest changes that have occurred and what changes to expect will stick around in 2021 and beyond.

Bryan

Opening Remarks

Bryan Lubel,

Executive Vice President, IoT Managed Services,

KORE

 

Kore

Sponsored By

 

 

Peter

Dr. Peter Antall,

Chief Medical Officer,

Amwell

 

ian

Dr. Ian Tong,

Chief Medical Officer,

Doctor on Demand

 

Dana

Dana Udall,

Chief Clinical Officer,

Ginger