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Virtual care allows physicians to care for more patients in less time and open up in-person visits for patients with more complex care needs.
Please join us for a webinar as we discuss innovative virtual solutions that result in improved health outcomes and operational efficiency. Speakers from Zipnosis and American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) will discuss their successful partnership, where AAFP is bringing an exclusive telemedicine software platform to its members.
Speakers will share best practices in combining clinical efficiency and convenience with high-quality care through online patient interviews and video visits.
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Lisa Ide, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Zipnosis
Dr. Lisa Ide joined Zipnosis in 2016 as medical director and was appointed chief medical officer in 2018. During her tenure, Dr. Ide has been a valuable member of the clinical team. She’s heavily involved in clinical product development where she explores opportunities to meet health systems’ clinical needs and collaborates with clinical leaders as a member of Zipnosis’ Clinical Quality Advisory Council. Dr. Ide has been a practicing physician for more than 25 years and is board-certified in occupational medicine. She received her medical degree from Yale School of Medicine and had residencies in both occupational health and emergency medicine. Dr. Ide’s enthusiasm for working at the leading edge of digital health is paired with a passion for helping people, which she feeds by treating patients at the Center for Victims of Torture. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, biking and skiing.
Steven Waldren, MD, MS, VP and Chief Medical Informatics Officer, American Academy of Family Physicians
Steven Waldren, MD, MS, is vice president and chief medical informatics officer for the AAFP. He is a nationally recognized expert in health IT and a residency-trained family physician. He joined the AAFP in 2004 because of his knowledge of design and management of health information systems, computer science, and medical informatics. Prior to joining the AAFP, he was a National Library of Medicine postdoctoral fellow in health informatics at the University of Missouri, Columbia, and earned a Master of Science degree in health informatics. In addition to his role at the AAFP, Dr. Waldren participates in many national health care informatics initiatives. He is vice-chair of the ASTM International Committee E31 on Healthcare Informatics and past commissioner of the Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC).