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How Can Virtual Care Solutions Help Health Systems Bounce Back After Covid?

17th January @ 10:45AM EDT

Health systems have been shocked in a way that has never been seen before with the COVID-19 pandemic. This led to a surge of virtual care usage as consumers and providers sought new ways to access and deliver health care safely, which has demonstrated that the level of convenience and efficiency achieved in other industries is possible in healthcare. 

By combining new digital tools, interoperability, and data-sharing, consumers have access to more tailored and personalized virtual care experiences. Considering all this progress in virtual care and health systems still lagging behind, how can these new solutions help health systems bounce back after Covid? Join this session to discuss: 

  • Virtual care proved to be very useful for health systems during the pandemic, but are these solutions here to stay? What are the barriers standing in the way of virtual care use in health systems?  
  • How can health systems rely on virtual care to recover after the pandemic? How can they benefit from incorporating more virtual care programs (e.g. more capacity, less unnecessary visits, more efficiency, better patient care, less costs, etc.)? 
  • In order to embed virtual care into physicians' and care teams' day-to-day activities, how should we educate and train them?
  • How can health systems use virtual care to ensure any patient in any location can access care equally? What actions are needed to make virtual care accessible and sustainable? 
  • Can collaborations with other organizations, such as pharma and MedTech, offset upfront costs for health systems to incorporate virtual care programs? 
  • Beyond helping bounce back after Covid, what are the long-term opportunities virtual care can provide to health systems?

We would like to remind you that our meetings are small and intimate sessions with a limited number of seats available, therefore we rely on your attendance and participation to ensure a high quality and valuable meeting for all. If you are confirmed for this meeting we ask if you can please ensure your attendance on the day.

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How Can Virtual Care Solutions Help Health Systems Bounce Back After Covid?

Michael Freni
Vice President, Business Development, Innovation & Venture Partner, A.I. Digital Innovation Fund, Mass General Brigham
Louise O Mahony
Head of Healthcare Partnerships at EXi

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17th January @ 10:45AM EDT

Health systems have been shocked in a way that has never been seen before with the COVID-19 pandemic. This led to a surge of virtual care usage as consumers and providers sought new ways to access and deliver health care safely, which has demonstrated that the level of convenience and efficiency achieved in other industries is possible in healthcare. 

By combining new digital tools, interoperability, and data-sharing, consumers have access to more tailored and personalized virtual care experiences. Considering all this progress in virtual care and health systems still lagging behind, how can these new solutions help health systems bounce back after Covid? Join this session to discuss: 

  • Virtual care proved to be very useful for health systems during the pandemic, but are these solutions here to stay? What are the barriers standing in the way of virtual care use in health systems?  
  • How can health systems rely on virtual care to recover after the pandemic? How can they benefit from incorporating more virtual care programs (e.g. more capacity, less unnecessary visits, more efficiency, better patient care, less costs, etc.)? 
  • In order to embed virtual care into physicians' and care teams' day-to-day activities, how should we educate and train them?
  • How can health systems use virtual care to ensure any patient in any location can access care equally? What actions are needed to make virtual care accessible and sustainable? 
  • Can collaborations with other organizations, such as pharma and MedTech, offset upfront costs for health systems to incorporate virtual care programs? 
  • Beyond helping bounce back after Covid, what are the long-term opportunities virtual care can provide to health systems?

We would like to remind you that our meetings are small and intimate sessions with a limited number of seats available, therefore we rely on your attendance and participation to ensure a high quality and valuable meeting for all. If you are confirmed for this meeting we ask if you can please ensure your attendance on the day.

Participants

Participants

Michael Freni

Vice President, Business Development, Innovation & Venture Partner, A.I. Digital Innovation Fund, Mass General Brigham

Louise O Mahony

Head of Healthcare Partnerships at EXi

Adam Sohn

Vice President, Connected Capabilities - Head of Patient Engagement Solutions and Digital / Customer, IQVIA Inc.

Cynthia Perazzo

CEO, Maxcess Health

Jared Augenstein

Director at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Tim Davies

Executive Director, Delve Health

Aaron Hersh

General Manager/Head of Business Development, MetaOptima Technology Inc.

Sandra Nagale

Director - Digital Health & Data Solutions, Boston Scientific

Nicole Hansen

Senior Telehealth Success Manager, Doxy.me

Cathy Zaremba

Director of Product Marketing, BrightInsight

Adam Cohen

Chief Scientist, Johns Hopkins University

Number of Participants


Up to 12
Date  
January 17, 2023
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How Can Virtual Care Solutions Help Health Systems Bounce Back After Covid?

Health systems have been shocked in a way that has never been seen before with the COVID-19 pandemic. This led to a surge of virtual care usage as consumers and providers sought new ways to access and deliver health care safely, which has demonstrated that the level of convenience and efficiency achieved in other industries is possible in healthcare. 

By combining new digital tools, interoperability, and data-sharing, consumers have access to more tailored and personalized virtual care experiences. Considering all this progress in virtual care and health systems still lagging behind, how can these new solutions help health systems bounce back after Covid? Join this session to discuss: 

  • Virtual care proved to be very useful for health systems during the pandemic, but are these solutions here to stay? What are the barriers standing in the way of virtual care use in health systems?  
  • How can health systems rely on virtual care to recover after the pandemic? How can they benefit from incorporating more virtual care programs (e.g. more capacity, less unnecessary visits, more efficiency, better patient care, less costs, etc.)? 
  • In order to embed virtual care into physicians' and care teams' day-to-day activities, how should we educate and train them?
  • How can health systems use virtual care to ensure any patient in any location can access care equally? What actions are needed to make virtual care accessible and sustainable? 
  • Can collaborations with other organizations, such as pharma and MedTech, offset upfront costs for health systems to incorporate virtual care programs? 
  • Beyond helping bounce back after Covid, what are the long-term opportunities virtual care can provide to health systems?

We would like to remind you that our meetings are small and intimate sessions with a limited number of seats available, therefore we rely on your attendance and participation to ensure a high quality and valuable meeting for all. If you are confirmed for this meeting we ask if you can please ensure your attendance on the day.

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How Can Virtual Care Solutions Help Health Systems Bounce Back After Covid?

17th January @ 10:45AM EDT
Telemedicine & Virtual Care Delivery

How Can Virtual Care Solutions Help Health Systems Bounce Back After Covid?

17th January @ 10:45AM EDT
Telemedicine & Virtual Care Delivery
Michael Freni
Vice President, Business Development, Innovation & Venture Partner, A.I. Digital Innovation Fund, Mass General Brigham
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Louise O Mahony
Head of Healthcare Partnerships at EXi
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Adam Sohn
Vice President, Connected Capabilities - Head of Patient Engagement Solutions and Digital / Customer, IQVIA Inc.
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Cynthia Perazzo
CEO, Maxcess Health
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Jared Augenstein
Director at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
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Tim Davies
Executive Director, Delve Health
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Aaron Hersh
General Manager/Head of Business Development, MetaOptima Technology Inc.
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Sandra Nagale
Director - Digital Health & Data Solutions, Boston Scientific
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Nicole Hansen
Senior Telehealth Success Manager, Doxy.me
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Cathy Zaremba
Director of Product Marketing, BrightInsight
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Adam Cohen
Chief Scientist, Johns Hopkins University
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How Can Virtual Care Solutions Help Health Systems Bounce Back After Covid?

Health systems have been shocked in a way that has never been seen before with the COVID-19 pandemic. This led to a surge of virtual care usage as consumers and providers sought new ways to access and deliver health care safely, which has demonstrated that the level of convenience and efficiency achieved in other industries is possible in healthcare. 

By combining new digital tools, interoperability, and data-sharing, consumers have access to more tailored and personalized virtual care experiences. Considering all this progress in virtual care and health systems still lagging behind, how can these new solutions help health systems bounce back after Covid? Join this session to discuss: 

  • Virtual care proved to be very useful for health systems during the pandemic, but are these solutions here to stay? What are the barriers standing in the way of virtual care use in health systems?  
  • How can health systems rely on virtual care to recover after the pandemic? How can they benefit from incorporating more virtual care programs (e.g. more capacity, less unnecessary visits, more efficiency, better patient care, less costs, etc.)? 
  • In order to embed virtual care into physicians' and care teams' day-to-day activities, how should we educate and train them?
  • How can health systems use virtual care to ensure any patient in any location can access care equally? What actions are needed to make virtual care accessible and sustainable? 
  • Can collaborations with other organizations, such as pharma and MedTech, offset upfront costs for health systems to incorporate virtual care programs? 
  • Beyond helping bounce back after Covid, what are the long-term opportunities virtual care can provide to health systems?

We would like to remind you that our meetings are small and intimate sessions with a limited number of seats available, therefore we rely on your attendance and participation to ensure a high quality and valuable meeting for all. If you are confirmed for this meeting we ask if you can please ensure your attendance on the day.

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What are HealthXL Virtual Meetings?

HealthXL Virtual Meetings are private group meetings limited to 10 people across different demographic and stakeholder groups. For 75 minutes, you take a deep dive into your chosen topic and explore it from different angles. Virtual Meetings are not webinars: There is no audience, no recording and no hiding behind a screen. You actively participate in a discussion to solve your present challenges and design the future of digital health. And through our Community Hub, you stay up-to-date on the latest news and insights, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the topic before, during and after.

How can I connect with other digital health leaders?

HealthXL brings together gamechangers of digital health to support honest discussions in small, private groups. In our Community Hub, for which you can register for free, you can follow a wide range of communities across telehealth, digital therapeutics, patient engagement and more. As a full HealthXL member, you also get access to curated news, the latest insights and an expert network to connect with. Join exclusive virtual meetings to exchange strategies, viewpoints and learnings with members from like-minded yet diverse stakeholder groups.

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As member of HealthXL, you join a community of digital health thought leaders, innovators and game changers around the world. With your membership, you get access to hundreds of insights, reports and resources. You can browse a database with over 90k healthcare organizations and view their active strategic partnerships, commercial relationships, latest funding rounds and research. Through our in-house curated digital health newsfeed, you stay informed on the most impactful news and you can regularly meet with members to share learnings, discuss the latest developments and connect with peers of different demographical stakeholder groups. Contact us today to find out about pricing options.

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