August 6, 2020
Will the Virtual Care Wave Stick?
COVID-19 and the Numerous Cybersecurity Considerations
COVID-19 and the Patient Engagement Shift
How will the telehealth revolution look in a post-COVID world---or at least in one where in-person visits get back on track? This is a key question that could shape this healthcare sub-sector for years to come, particularly given the many virtual care-based flexibilities and waivers granted by CMS in the face of the pandemic. We talk to the leaders in this space who offer valuable insights into what the future looks like, and when they believe telehealth will simply be a part of “health.”
Hospital and health system senior leaders have quickly shifted large portions of care delivery into telehealth formats. Now, they are faced with major work needed to securitize devices, systems and processes. Hear from the experts and those in the trenches who are working through these challenges, while also preparing for an uncertain future mixed with remote and in-person work.
Patient engagement has become an element of urgent importance as patient anxiety over their safety is shifting their interactions with providers. How are the leaders of patient care organizations addressing safety and other concerns during this period of uncertainty? And what other strategies are industry stakeholders implementing to reach out to targeted patient populations who are most at-risk? This everchanging patient engagement landscape will be examined by thought leaders who are in the thick of these interactions.
Chief Physician Enterprise Officer, Executive Vice President
Rochester Regional Health
Vice President, Global Healthcare Technology Strategy
Vice President, Clinical Integration
Chief Information Security Officer, Center for IT
National Institutes of Health
Senior Security Architect
Vice President, Technical Account Management