As the nation’s healthcare ecosystem adapts to a new reality of in-person, telehealth, and remote patient monitoring systems, care providers are learning how to mix and match these platforms to achieve optimal results. They’re creating hybrid models of care that allow clinicians, support staff, and patients to collaborate on their own time and terms. And they’re using these platforms to extend care away from the hospital or doctor’s office to wherever it’s needed.
The 2021 Connected Health Virtual Summit, hosted by Xtelligent Healthcare Media and mHealthIntelligence, will take a closer look at how these hybrid models of care are being developed and put into action. We’ll delve into the barriers and benefits to connected health, examine the policies and payment guidelines that affect care delivery, and highlight the best practices and standards that will make these models effective.
The first 300 people to register will receive our Insights by Xtelligent Healthcare Media research report Telehealth Growth and Development: Telehealth’s Place in the Industry Beyond the Pandemic free ($99 Value).
Health systems across the country are moving more services out of the hospital and into the home, creating new strategies that improve health outcomes and reduce wasteful expenses. These platforms often mix telehealth and remote patient monitoring with in-person care, offering services that match and even go beyond what a patient would get in the hospital.
In the opening keynote for Xtelligent Healthcare Media’s 2-day Connected Health Virtual Summit, executives from Kaiser Permanente and the Mayo Clinic will sit down for a virtual fireside chat to discuss their Hospital at Home strategies. They’ll talk about how they developed their programs, how these services benefit both the patient and the care providers, and how these programs set the stage for a more dynamic value-based care model that more and more providers and payers are embracing.