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Getting Virtual Care Solutions into the Physician’s and Care Team’s Workflows

9th August @ 10:45AM EDT

With the pandemic, we saw a rapid expansion of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions as a new way of delivering healthcare. One of the adoption strategies for virtual care solutions is going directly to healthcare providers to get physicians and the care team to recommend the programs to their patients. But this will not be successful without a seamless integration into their EHR programs and standardized workflows. This integration was never easy, but it is proving harder now with the return of in person visits. Did the accelerated expansion of these solutions leave healthcare providers  enough time to set up intuitive and  standardized workflows that integrate virtual care solutions? Join this conversation to discuss:

  • How can the system build a hybrid model for healthcare practices? What are the best practices in integrating virtual care solutions into the physician and care team workflows and EMR/EHR?
  • Why is it necessary to educate and train physicians and care teams on virtual care  in order to embed these solutions into their day to day work?
  • Physicians can feel overwhelmed with too many alerts from virtual care programs. How can we ensure the data they see is relevant and actionable? How do we translate non-passive measurements like patient-reported outcomes into objective measures?
  • How can we reduce the burden of conducting virtual visits and completing documentation requirements for HCP’s?
  • There are many different systems and procedures across geographies. How can the industry create standard procedures that can adapt to the nuances of individual practices?

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Getting Virtual Care Solutions into the Physician’s and Care Team’s Workflows

Lee Shapiro
Managing Partner, 7wireVentures
Chris Wasden
Head of Pharma Speciality Solutions & Corporate Strategy, Twill

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9th August @ 10:45AM EDT

With the pandemic, we saw a rapid expansion of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions as a new way of delivering healthcare. One of the adoption strategies for virtual care solutions is going directly to healthcare providers to get physicians and the care team to recommend the programs to their patients. But this will not be successful without a seamless integration into their EHR programs and standardized workflows. This integration was never easy, but it is proving harder now with the return of in person visits. Did the accelerated expansion of these solutions leave healthcare providers  enough time to set up intuitive and  standardized workflows that integrate virtual care solutions? Join this conversation to discuss:

  • How can the system build a hybrid model for healthcare practices? What are the best practices in integrating virtual care solutions into the physician and care team workflows and EMR/EHR?
  • Why is it necessary to educate and train physicians and care teams on virtual care  in order to embed these solutions into their day to day work?
  • Physicians can feel overwhelmed with too many alerts from virtual care programs. How can we ensure the data they see is relevant and actionable? How do we translate non-passive measurements like patient-reported outcomes into objective measures?
  • How can we reduce the burden of conducting virtual visits and completing documentation requirements for HCP’s?
  • There are many different systems and procedures across geographies. How can the industry create standard procedures that can adapt to the nuances of individual practices?

Participants

Participants

Lee Shapiro

Managing Partner, 7wireVentures

Chris Wasden

Head of Pharma Speciality Solutions & Corporate Strategy, Twill

Ricardo C. Berrios

Executive Founder, Adhera Health Inc

Nemanja Kovačev

Digital Health Lead, Syrmia

Jin Lee, Ph.D

Director of Digital Health, Astellas Pharma

Cathy Zaremba

Director of Product Marketing, BrightInsight

David Icke

Vice President, Digital Health & Analytics Product, Humana

Mathieu Chaffard

Digital Health Innovation Coordinator, Roche

Clifford Meltzer

CEO, Excelicare

Number of Participants


Up to 12
Date  
August 9, 2022
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Getting Virtual Care Solutions into the Physician’s and Care Team’s Workflows

With the pandemic, we saw a rapid expansion of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions as a new way of delivering healthcare. One of the adoption strategies for virtual care solutions is going directly to healthcare providers to get physicians and the care team to recommend the programs to their patients. But this will not be successful without a seamless integration into their EHR programs and standardized workflows. This integration was never easy, but it is proving harder now with the return of in person visits. Did the accelerated expansion of these solutions leave healthcare providers  enough time to set up intuitive and  standardized workflows that integrate virtual care solutions? Join this conversation to discuss:

  • How can the system build a hybrid model for healthcare practices? What are the best practices in integrating virtual care solutions into the physician and care team workflows and EMR/EHR?
  • Why is it necessary to educate and train physicians and care teams on virtual care  in order to embed these solutions into their day to day work?
  • Physicians can feel overwhelmed with too many alerts from virtual care programs. How can we ensure the data they see is relevant and actionable? How do we translate non-passive measurements like patient-reported outcomes into objective measures?
  • How can we reduce the burden of conducting virtual visits and completing documentation requirements for HCP’s?
  • There are many different systems and procedures across geographies. How can the industry create standard procedures that can adapt to the nuances of individual practices?
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Getting Virtual Care Solutions into the Physician’s and Care Team’s Workflows

9th August @ 10:45AM EDT
Telemedicine & Virtual Care Delivery

Getting Virtual Care Solutions into the Physician’s and Care Team’s Workflows

9th August @ 10:45AM EDT
Telemedicine & Virtual Care Delivery
Lee Shapiro
Managing Partner, 7wireVentures
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Chris Wasden
Head of Pharma Speciality Solutions & Corporate Strategy, Twill
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Ricardo C. Berrios
Executive Founder, Adhera Health Inc
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Nemanja Kovačev
Digital Health Lead, Syrmia
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Jin Lee, Ph.D
Director of Digital Health, Astellas Pharma
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Cathy Zaremba
Director of Product Marketing, BrightInsight
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David Icke
Vice President, Digital Health & Analytics Product, Humana
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Mathieu Chaffard
Digital Health Innovation Coordinator, Roche
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Clifford Meltzer
CEO, Excelicare
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Getting Virtual Care Solutions into the Physician’s and Care Team’s Workflows

With the pandemic, we saw a rapid expansion of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions as a new way of delivering healthcare. One of the adoption strategies for virtual care solutions is going directly to healthcare providers to get physicians and the care team to recommend the programs to their patients. But this will not be successful without a seamless integration into their EHR programs and standardized workflows. This integration was never easy, but it is proving harder now with the return of in person visits. Did the accelerated expansion of these solutions leave healthcare providers  enough time to set up intuitive and  standardized workflows that integrate virtual care solutions? Join this conversation to discuss:

  • How can the system build a hybrid model for healthcare practices? What are the best practices in integrating virtual care solutions into the physician and care team workflows and EMR/EHR?
  • Why is it necessary to educate and train physicians and care teams on virtual care  in order to embed these solutions into their day to day work?
  • Physicians can feel overwhelmed with too many alerts from virtual care programs. How can we ensure the data they see is relevant and actionable? How do we translate non-passive measurements like patient-reported outcomes into objective measures?
  • How can we reduce the burden of conducting virtual visits and completing documentation requirements for HCP’s?
  • There are many different systems and procedures across geographies. How can the industry create standard procedures that can adapt to the nuances of individual practices?
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9th August @ 10:45AM EDT
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