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This participant-driven workshop guided by clinical and virtual care experts will empower you with the tools required to evaluate your organization’s virtual health maturity, map an enterprise-wide virtual health strategy to specific use cases, and drive value realization. You will have the opportunity to discuss industry best practices, challenges, and strategies with your peer community while applying key learning concepts to actual use cases .
- Identify the virtual care program maturity of your organization
- Examine how an enterprise-wide strategy for virtual care influences specific programmatic level strategy
- Discuss the essentials for successful use case execution and sustainable adoption
- Illustrate how to move your organization to the next level of virtual care maturity
Join Vidyo CEO and Chairman, Michael Patsalos-Fox for a rousing kick off of the 2018 Vidyo Healthcare Summit. In his address, Michael will unveil Vidyo’s 2018 research focusing on telehealth and virtual care trends and outline Vidyo’s vision and direction for healthcare solutions.
MUSC has learned a lot about caring for children over the last 28 years. Kids heal better when they have the most talented doctors and caregivers, working in the most advanced environment possible — providing children a safe, happy and secure place for healing, surrounded by the people who love them.
The Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital has been designed from the ground up side-by-side with patients and families and these principles in mind. The hospital will incorporate the most advanced technologies possible to deliver on a truly patient family-centered design.
In this keynote, you will learn how MUSC:
- Developed the vision for the Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital
- Considered the impact of technology in the room
- Designed the technology and integrations to bring the vision to life
In this session, clinicians and researchers from leading hospital systems will share snapshots of clinical research that clearly demonstrates the benefits of virtual care. Presenters will then participate in a moderated discussion focusing on how to further the research and leverage the findings to drive real change in healthcare practices and policies.
Join members of the Vidyo leadership team to understand Vidyo’s healthcare solutions strategy, investment plan and roadmap for customer success.
Traditionally, healthcare has been slow to adopt new technologies. Telehealth, on the other hand, is rapidly evolving and forcing healthcare systems to adapt to new realities like and technology-enabled care. In this session, we’ll explore what healthcare organizations are facing today, tomorrow, and in the future and demonstrate ways clinicians can influence their organizations to integrate technology-enabled care as a practice standard.
Strategy & Operations Track
The future of healthcare includes faster and bigger changes ahead, redesigning the way we think about how care is delivered. Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) has developed standards and operating procedures to make implementation of Telemedicine programs seamless for stakeholders while challenging healthcare delivery norms.
Learn about NEC’s vision for a healthcare customer experience and how the NEC-Vidyo relationship helps bring that vision to reality today.
Implementing virtual care should be seamless without system and peripheral limitations. HP supports telehealth adoption as a part of mainstream clinical tools and processes.
Nemours A.I. Du Pont health system has been leading the charge for innovation in pediatric care for years. Nemours has now taken aim at one of the largest epidemics in pediatric specialty care – obesity. In this session, learn how Nemours has turned to virtual care to increase access, decrease no-shows, and improve disease management outcomes.
Strategy and Operations Track
Parkview Health implemented its virtual care strategy to increase patient engagement and enhance access to specialty care. The Parkview team will take you on their virtual care journey to share their successes — and more importantly, their failures and how they overcame them in a fast-paced environment.
Providing healthcare across a rural region comes with distinct challenges. In this session, learn how Altru Health, a small health system in rural North Dakota, uses virtual care technologies to engage more than 100 providers to deliver over 10,000 virtual encounters a year while increasing efficiencies, patient engagement, and quality.
Strategy and Operations Track
Does virtual care make sense when it isn’t reimbursable? Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare (TMH) has proven that it is. In this session, TMH will share key lessons learned on the effective implementation of virtual care to create a more effective, efficient health care delivery system in an environment not conducive to reimbursement. Learn how TMH has maximized provider resources, increased access to care, and improved patient satisfaction, all while maintaining a positive ROI in a non-parity payment environment.
Strategy and Operations Track
While many leading healthcare systems have large, dedicated staff specifically tasked to build a comprehensive telemedicine program, other healthcare systems aren’t so lucky. Many healthcare systems choose to grow a telemedicine program with limited staff resources and little budget. If you find yourself in this situation as a telemedicine director, where do you start? How do you prioritize tasks to ensure success?
Solutions Innovation Track
With more than 70,000 virtual encounters over a four-year period, Spectrum Health/MedNow has learned that telehealth innovation is less about technology and more about focusing on patients as consumers in their health care needs. MedNow built its own telehealth platform, creating a customized, patient-centered experience. It also produced valuable data to support its hypothesis that not only is virtual care necessary today but will be an absolute requirement in the value-based healthcare ecosystem of the future.
Join Dr. Robert Bart, CMIO of UPMC as he shares lessons learned on integrating virtual care into your clinical day. Dr. Bart will focus on key use cases such as behavioral health, post-operative follow-ups, and will discuss how UPMC is designing an integrated digital experience for patients. Key learnings will include technical evaluation, workflow design, and performance measurement in the clinical environment.
Several macro trends are transforming healthcare. Consumerism is a driving disruptor and new non-traditional entrants into healthcare are causing leaders to respond with urgency. As mergers and partnerships are being developed between entities like CVS and Aetna, traditional players must think innovatively — with a Silicon Valley approach to innovating healthcare. Bricks and mortar facilities are no longer the epicenters of the healthcare engine. Shifts to digital medicine, virtual encounters, and consumerism are no longer the future but the present. Simply providing direct to consumer care is not enough. Creative thinking around virtual subscription packages, on-demand pharmacy deliveries, and bonus programs is key to closing the last mile to patient retention and loyalty.
In this keynote session, we will discuss the shifting trends and Ochsner’s innovative approach to inventing and developing in the direct-to-consumer and direct-to-provider arenas. Inclusive approaches include:
- Subscription services
- Pharmacy delivery
- Retail opportunities
- Remote 2nd opinions
- Partnering with leading academic institutions like Harvard Business School
This is the moment we celebrate our Leaders Innovating Telehealth (LIT). The LIT Award honors Vidyo customers whose dedication has brought meaningful change to the lives of others. In this session award finalists will present their stories. Attendees willl listen, learn and engage in the voting process to select the winner. Don’t miss the LIT Award presentation to recognize the hard work and dedication of all who submitted projects and to participate in the selection of our penultimate award winner!
Leading physician, scientist, inventor, and innovator, Daniel Kraft of Exponential Medicine offers a fast-paced look at the next few years of innovations in healthcare, powered by new tools, tests and apps that bring diagnostic information right to the patient’s bedside. Kraft will provide a deep dive into where emergent fields such as low cost personal genomics, the digitization of health records, crowd sourced data, molecular imaging, wearable devices & mobile health, synthetic biology, systems medicine, robotics, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, 3D printing and regenerative medicine are all transforming healthcare. He’ll discuss their potential to enable clinicians, empower patients, and deliver better care and outcomes at lower cost. Together, we’ll examine how they are and will be leveraged to change the face of virtual health and the practice of medicine in the next decade.
The mission of this session is to answer the following question: How do we overcome the barriers to virtual care? This session will be a forum without slides and where no topics have been predetermined, no keynote speakers have been invited, no panels have been arranged. Our objective in this unconference is to work collectively to define the answers to our key question across all aspects of the care delivery ecosystem. YOU will define the agenda and have the opportunity to share your insights, ideas, and questions in an unfiltered, powerful community exchange.
Think beyond what you know, break traditions, think differently and see all opportunities in the future ahead. Together, let’s define how healthcare, where virtual care is simply care, functions.
Confirmed 2018 Speakers
Daniel Kraft, MD
Founder and Chair of Exponential Medicine & Chair of Medicine of Singularity University
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Jerry A. Mansfield, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC
Executive Chief Nursing Officer, Chief Patient Experience Officer, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
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Dr. Mark Scheurer
CMO, Children’s Hospital and Chief, Children’s & Women’s, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
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Dr. David Houghton
Chief of the Division of Movement Disorders, Ochsner Health System
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John F. “Fred” Thomas, PhD
Director Telehealth at Children’s Hospital Colorado
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Physician Assistant at Nemours/duPont Hospital for Children’s Weight Management Clinic
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Dr. Robert Bart
Chief Medical Information Officer, Hospital Services Division, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
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Administrative Director of Telemedicine and Virtual Care, Erlanger Health System
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Information Services Vice President Electronic Medical Record, Parkview Health
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Vice President of Virtual Health, Parkview Health System
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SLA – Regional Development, Population Health, and Telemedicine at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
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Will You Be This Year’s LIT Award Winner?
Vidyo’s “Leaders Innovating Telehealth Awards” honor clients whose dedication has brought meaningful change to the lives of others. Finalists will present their stories and then you’ll vote for your favorite.
Congratulations to the LIT Finalists!