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Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring

Date: 7th April 2011 - 8th April 2011 Location: Baltimore - Maryland - USA

Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring for Hospitals and Health Systems

Understanding and Implementing New Technologies and Trends to Generate Revenue, Increase Patient Satisfaction and Increase Profit Share and ROI

A two-day industry forum highlighting the latest trends, best case studies, hands-on experiences, and innovative strategies in telehealth and remote patient monitoring from America’s top hospitals and other prestigious organizations!

Key Learning Objectives Include:

Essential Components for Success

There are a few ‘must haves’ in every successful telehealth program. It is important to stay on top of the competition and keep with the latest trends. Listen and learn about the newest technologies, government incentives, and reimbursement challenges and guidelines.

Implementation Process

Healthcare technology has evolved and so must you! There is a lot to learn not only about the specific technologies but also how to successfully integrate them into your facility. Learn how to implement a successful telehealth program that enhances patient and employee satisfaction all while increasing ROI.

Understanding the Power and Potential of Telehealth in Healthcare

There are multiple uses for a telehealth system in a healthcare environment. It is important to understand all the benefits that a comprehensive program can bring. Listen to understand what type of telehealth would fit best into your healthcare system and understand the risks and benefits and how to successfully partner to create the best possible system for you.

Learn How:

Geisinger Health System built a solid business case for stakeholders that allowed for the implementation of a tele-ICU which improved quality of patent care, reduced the cost of care, and significantly upped their ROI

The era of the electronic house is here, and family physicians must become leaders in the development, use and promotion of the ‘patientware’ systems of the future.”

–Ira Denton, M.D., quoted in “Back to the Future: The Telemedicine House Call.” Family Practice Management.


7th April 2011
8th April 2011


Chris Taylor – Content
0044 (0)20 3141 0602


Baltimore, MD United States

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  • Understanding the current legal, regulatory and reimbursement issues in telehealth and how they will affect your program.
  • Building a telehealth program to deliver more convenient, accessible and efficient patient care at a lower cost.
  • Identify key clinical, administrative and technical design and support elements for implementing a successful telehealth program.
  • Identify critical areas such as change management, organizational behavior, and buy-in from stakeholders, marketing, and recruitment that greatly impact the success or failure of telehealth programs.
  • Implementing a telehealth program to assist in the management of chronic health problems, improve outcomes and reduce long term patient care costs.
  • Developing a remote patient monitoring program to ensure proper coverage of your ICU, ER and other departments, meet staffing shortages and improve overall patient care.
  • Overcoming challenges to telehealth program design, usability, interoperability and evaluation.
  • Strategies for overcoming reimbursement barriers.
  • Emerging telehealth technologies and their impact on clinical outcomes.
  • Emerging trends, strategic opportunities and future challenges in remote patient monitoring.
  • Building a better telehealth program through interoperable and scalable technology.
  • Understanding the different types of telehealth systems and how much they match different program needs.
  • Create patient focused remote monitoring programs.
  • Identify current reimbursement opportunities.

All clinical practitioners, technical support staff, leadership, financial and strategic planners involved in implementing and sustaining home telehealth/remote monitoring operations.

Key Titles Include:

  • Director Telemedicine
  • Director Business Development
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Pharmacists
  • Healthcare Executives
  • Financial or Strategic Planners
  • Technical Support Staff


National Rural Health Resource Center

The National Rural Health Resource Center provides technical assistance, information, tools and resources for the improvement of rural health care. It serves as a national rural health knowledge center and strives to build state and local capacity. The National Rural Health Resource Center will be the premier national resource for rural health information, education and technical assistance and serve as a catalyst for improved health care delivery in rural communities. The National Rural Health Resource Center’s reputation is built on a lasting commitment to rural health. The Center continues to adapt to the evolving needs at the local, state and national level.

Website: www.ruralcenter.org



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Website: www.telemedicine.com


California Telemedicine & eHealth Center

California Telemedicine & eHealth Center (CTEC) is a statewide resource center focused on developing the telemedicine and eHealth technological expertise of California health care organizations and providers through capacity building, training, education, networking and re-granting for rural eHealth networks. A program within CHFT, CTEC was created in 1997, CTEC has facilitated the expansion of telemedicine and eHealth in California by working collaboratively with clinics, hospitals, major funders, county, state and federal agencies, legislative policy-makers, community-based organizations, and other nonprofit entities throughout the state. CTEC is supported by a grant from the federal Office for the Advancement of Telemedicine and The California Endowment.

Website: www.cteconline.org


Indiana Rural Health Association

The Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) was organized in 1997, and since that time has grown and strengthened its membership. Our mission is simple: we work to improve the health of all Hoosiers in rural settings. Learn more about the many benefits of membership here. The mission of the Indiana Rural Health Association is to enhance the health and well-being of rural populations in Indiana through leadership, education, advocacy, collaboration, and resource development. The Indiana Rural Health Association is a not-for-profit organization developed for the purpose of improving the health of Hoosiers living in rural areas. The Indiana Rural Health Association is a member-driven organization composed of a diverse membership.

Website: www.indianaruralhealth.org


20/20 Pharma

20/20 Pharma, published by IMI, is a magazine which presents insightful analysis of current events, developments, and trends in the pharmaceutical world. Innovation cannot spur change without the appropriate venues for collaboration and discussion — this space is where 20/20 Pharma resides. With an array of new techniques surfacing in R&D, and as companies work to overcome the challenges of efficient drug development in a highly regulatory environment, the U.S. pharma industry is moving forward with the aid of top vendors and open lines of communication.

Website: www.2020pharma.com

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