Telemedicine in the Healthcare Delivery System

Tuesday, May 25 | Noon-1:30 pm
Virtual Panel Event | 1.5 Face-to-Face Credits | Attendance is capped.

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Telemedicine has become a healthcare access imperative. Its innovative benefits are of vital interest amid the implementation of most healthcare regulations. Telemedicine uses a variety of forms of electronic communication technology to provide a convenient method to deliver healthcare services and education. The program surveys its current uses and organizational deployment of telemedicine. The discussion includes adoption and innovation across clinical and patient perspective. Technical, operational, regulatory, and financial/reimbursement aspects of the development of telemedicine programs will be investigated. The expanding role that telemedicine holds in daily medicine and its direction into the future of the healthcare delivery system will be explored.

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Panelists Include:

Nate Gladwell
Senior Director, Clinical Operations
Outreach, Network Development and Telehealth
University of Utah Health Care

Eric Liston
Administrator
Intermountain Connect Services
Intermountain Healthcare

Chet Loftis
Chief Executive Officer
PEHP Health and Benefits

Kelsie Green Olsen
Assistant Vice President
Business Development and Access
MountainStar Healthcare

This program has been developed and is presented locally by Utah Healthcare Executives (UHE). The American College of Healthcare Executives has awarded 1.5 Face-to-Face (ACHE education) credit hours for this program

Virtual Event: Please note that there is a max of UHE participants per virtual education event. Sign up as soon as possible to reserve your spot!

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