TELEMEDICINE WEBINARS

Stay updated in the rapidly growing
telehealth industry

InTouch Health’s educational telemedicine webinars feature industry experts presenting and offering guidance on a variety of telemedicine-related topics.

Hosted by subject matter experts, clinical users, or strategic directors, our telemedicine webinars explain how virtual care is changing how we deliver – and access – healthcare and how you can take advantage of it.

With new content being added regularly InTouch Health can help you take your telemedicine program from planning to practice.

Whether you are just beginning to implement telemedicine, are looking for growth strategies, or to start/expand new service lines, these telemedicine educational webinars are a must-watch for those charting the course in this rapidly evolving space.

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Virtual Neonatology Oversight and its Core Benefits

Dr. Bill Carey
Neonatologist, Mayo Clinic
Dr. Barbara Carr
Neonatologist, Pediatrix Medical Group
Monday, October 22, 2018
2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT
Join the upcoming webinar panel discussion with neonatologists Dr. Bill Carey of Mayo Clinic and Dr. Barbara Carr from MEDNAX to learn how virtual neonatology can best apply to your practice or hospital. See how others are using virtual neonatology services to extend neonatal oversight and emergent interventions to their NICUs.
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On-Demand Telemedicine Webinars

Hosted by subject matter experts, clinical users, or strategic directors, our telemedicine webinars explain how virtual care is changing how we deliver – and access – healthcare and how you can take advantage of it.

Federal Telehealth Legislation: A year in review and what to expect in 2018

 

Join our Director, Policy and Public Affairs, Jordana Bernard, MBA, for a recap of key federal telehealth legislation of 2017 and a preview of what’s to come in 2018. Ms. Bernard has served as Chief Program Officer at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA).

InTouch Health’s New Consumer Solution

 

 

Join Steve Cashman, InTouch Health’s Executive Vice President of Marketing and Consumer Solutions, as he shares why InTouch Health is expanding its portfolio with a Consumer solution, what to expect going forward, and a demo of the new direct-to-consumer telehealth solution.

Where do we stand: Telemedicine reimbursement in 2017

 

Join Dr. Herb Rogove, DO, FCCM, FACP, FATA, for a interactive discussion about telehealth reimbursement, including who can and cannot bill, what is covered, how to submit your billing. This webinar will serve as your single source of truth on topics such as Medicare, Medicaid, and VA/DOD.

Lessons Learned: The Growth of a Pediatric Telehealth Platform

 

Join Mathew Dietz, MHA, Manager of Telehealth Services at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Matt is responsible for developing and implementing new areas of clinical utilization for pediatric-specific telehealth services.

How to Decide if You Should Build or Buy Your Telehealth Solution

 

Join Greg Brallier, VP, Technical Service, who has launched more than 130 telehealth networks and learned valuable lessons along the way. This webinar will highlight the six most important considerations when deciding whether to build or buy your telehealth network.

Top Trends in Telehealth

 

 

Join InTouch Health Founder, Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer, Yulun Wang, Ph.D., as he discusses the top trends in telehealth. Dr. Wang’s experience in helping build the telehealth industry, and feedback from customers, gives him a unique perspective about key telehealth trends.

The Rush TeleStroke Network: Education, Feedback, and Reinforcing Value for Your Network Sites

 

James Conners, MD, MS, and Joshua Bock, MS, from Rush University Medical Center will present the more than five year history of their TeleStroke Network with a focus on feedback and coordination with spoke hospitals.

Telecardiology in Remote Areas to Improve Access to Care

 

Dr. Darrell Solet and Jacob Corbell will discuss how a cardiology practice has implemented telemedicine in rural hospital to improve access to care, reduce hospital costs, and gain market share.

Stroke Awareness and Treatment – Staying in Touch with Teleneurology

 

 

Bon Secours Richmond Health System will discuss their experiences developing a telestroke and teleneurology program across their Health System.