Americans have been encouraged to limit visits to doctors and hospitals in order to ease the burden on medical staff and reduce the risk of exposure to others.
Please join our discussion to hear how a hospital in Israel and a 5-hospital health system have deployed a remote monitoring system to manage patients at home and also coordinate with public health officials.
CEO, Datos Health
In the wake of the current situation with COVID-19, physicians and other healthcare providers are rapidly adopting workflows for telehealth to triage incoming patients to determine and evaluate risk, reduce non-emergent office visits, remotely monitor patients and more.
Join us for a panel discussion on implementing telehealth workflows to meet the need for quick change and continuity of care. Presenters include a CTO for a county health system, a physician, and a provider of telehealth technology.
The US healthcare system could potentially be tested as a pandemic broadens, flooding its emergency rooms, intensive care units, physician offices, urgent care clinics and telehealth lines with patients suffering from the symptoms of COVID-19. Leveraging insights from PwC Health Research Institute's latest report, COVID-19: Six things health organizations should consider (but might not be), a panel of PwC health experts will examine key considerations for...