I am really looking forward to heading to Orlando for the American Telemedicine Conference, aka Telehealth 2.0. Seattle has been under a rain cloud this entire year, and I want to see the sun. I’m also looking forward to sharing our findings in using asynchronous mobile telehealth for remote rehabilitation with patients recovering from total joint replacement. I’ll be speaking with our colleagues from Hartford Health, Reflexion, and Miami Children’s Hospital on Sunday during the first breakout sessions. Hope to see you there!
In addition to the topics about legislation and regulations, it’s great to see these sessions on value, quality, and new treatment models. Here are some of Wellpepper’s picks for the conference.
- Demonstrated Value with Telerehabilitation Care Delivery Models Following Total Knee Replacement Surgery
- Telemedicine-enabled, Integrated Stroke Care: Building a Bundled Payment Model to Improve Outcomes and Lower Costs
- The Increasing Importance of Quality
- Measuring Quality in Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring Encounters: Planning for MACRA and MIPS
- Achieving the Quadruple Aim: Using Telemedicine in Nursing Homes to Reduce Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations
- Remote Interventions Improving Specialty Complex Care (RIISCC) for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
- Capturing a Three-Fold Return on Investment with a Teleneurology Program
- Chat with a Doc— Asynchronous Virtual Care Access to on-demand physician advice
- Online Consultations – What’s Ahead and How Will It Affect the Existing Healthcare Industry?
- New Incentive Models Will Drive a Major Shift in Telehealth
- Digital Health Strategies for Enhancing Patient Access
- Data-Driven Telemedicine: Optimizing Clinical and Operational Program Performance
- Turning the Consumer into the Patient: Marketing for Health Systems to Drive Virtual Clinic Utilization
Now with all this great content, networking and a talk to prepare, when will I see the sun?