Scale and Sustain….Telehealth Case Use Issue
In this issue of TMT we take a deeper dive, sharing content from our First Annual Conference held earlier this year: Technologies and Tactics Transforming Long-term Care.
We feature several cases, where technology and telehealth initiatives have formed ecosystems and broken barriers to enhance patient care while reducing costs to the system. Governance, selection of technology, training, and scaling are covered. Audio is included for those that prefer to listen!
TMT’s October issues features:
Maine Health Telehealth Business Case, Robert Abel, MSN, RN, Chief Nursing Officer & Director of Palliative Care, MaineHealth Care At Home
- Evidence-based outcomes for patient adherence, improved clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction, and reduced admissions
- How to select technology, educate patients, and reduce readmit penalties
- Strategies to collaborate with providers
- Delivery care model template, program sustainability, and expansion
- See all four entries, including Mr. Abel’s lecture, “MaineHealth: Development, Implementation, and Success in Telehealth for Home Care;” two interviews covering details of the MaineHealth program and sustainability in telehealth home care; and, thanks to Mr. Abel, all the slides from his lecture.
Behavioral Health in Health Systems, Samir Malik, Senior Vice President and GM, Genoa Telepsychiatry: Behavioral Heath
- Reducing utilization costs downstream through care coordination
- New reimbursement trends and adoption models for innovative technologies in LTC
Putting Population Health into Action: A Series of Integrated Perspectives, Anu Melville, Lynn Eckendorf, and Todd Ellis, KPMG Population Health
- The start of a series demonstrating how various population health “workstreams” are integrated real-time to help manage outcomes and costs
Overcoming the Three Main Telemedicine Challenges to Long-term Care, Milton Chen, CEO, VSee [link here]
- What are the tradeoffs of high-cost vs. consumer hardware vs. Bluetooth devices?
- What are the current telemedicine software options?
- What are alternatives to traditional physician staffing solutions?
Telehealth Collaboration Powered by Blockchain, Brennan Bennet, Founder and Managing Editor, Blockchain in Healthcare Review Teleheath Collaboration
- Join us in welcoming TMT’s newest team members:
- David B. Nash, MD, Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health (JCPH)
- Richard Kajim, Telehealth Planner, Delaware Telehealth Coalition, Delaware Department of Health and Social Services
- Shayan Vyas MD FAAP, Medical Director of Telehealth, Nemours Children’s Health System and Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Central Florida College of Medicine
Our cover art this issue is Christine Zion’s “MATRIX HOPE.”
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