Remote patient monitoring (RPM), which has been shown to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs, is a rapidly growing area of digital health technology. The global RPM market size was valued at $23.6 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $118.5 billion by 2027.
Beginning in 2019, and most recently in the proposed Calendar Year 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has significantly expanded reimbursement opportunities for providers who utilize RPM. This expert panel will discuss specific RPM use cases, the opportunities provided through CMS regulations, as well as barriers that still need to be addressed to ensure providers and patients can fully utilize RPM tools.
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Schiller co-founded Validic, and serves as the CEO and a Board Director. Prior to Validic, Mr. Schiller started and managed an award-winning web development firm for eight years. He currently serves as a Board Member of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and a member of the CTA Board of Industry Leaders. He also serves on the Board for eHealth Initiative (eHI) and sits on eHI's Policy Steering Committee. Drew is on the Board for the Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) in North Carolina. He previously served on the Federal Advisory Committee joint HITPC/HITSC API Task Force on Meaningful Use 3, and as a Team Member for the Clinical Trials Transformation Institute (CTTI) project Advancing the Use of Mobile Technologies for Data Capture & Improved Clinical Trials. As a patented technologist, Drew speaks and writes on a variety of topics, including advancements in consumer health data and standards, the future of digital health technology, overcoming barriers to interoperability and data access, as well as the ROI and opportunities in remote monitoring. Mr. Schiller also founded a website for patients with celiac disease, and served as an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Iowa, teaching graduate courses in web development and usability.
Robert Jarrin is the Managing Director of the Omega Concern and is based in Washington, D.C.. Jarrin’s areas of responsibility include federal wireless health policy, healthcare legislative affairs, FDA regulatory oversight of converged medical devices, FCC mobile health (mHealth) efforts, CMS telehealth and RPM reimbursement and ONC regulation of health information technology. Externally, Jarrin serves on the Innovation Advisory to the American College of Cardiology. He is an advisory member of the Digital Medical Payment Advisory Group for the American Medical Association. And, he is an adjunct professor at George Washington University and Georgetown University in D.C.
Jen Covich Bordenick
Chief Executive Officer
For over 20 years, Jennifer has focused on quality and innovative technology solutions to transform healthcare. As CEO, she provides leadership for research, education and advocacy components of eHealth Initiative and Foundation (eHI). Convening senior executives from every group in healthcare to discuss, identify, and share best practices that transform the delivery of healthcare. Focus areas: improving health and wellness through innovative solutions; interoperability; privacy concerns; artificial intelligence; payment models to support innovative care; and tech tools for chronic care. She led development of dozens of national surveys and published groundbreaking reports. As part of her work with the Foundation, she led grants with California Health Care Foundation, Commonwealth Fund, Aetna Foundation and Bristol Meyers Squibb Foundation. Jennifer is co-chair of the Federal HIT Policy Committee’s Strategy and Innovation Workgroup; member of the HL7 Board of Directors; and a member of the Diabetes Collaborative Stakeholder Panel. Jennifer is a faculty member for the MHA and MHIA graduate programs at George Washington University. Prior to joining eHI, Jennifer headed up the strategic marketing at OpenNetworks, Inc., focusing on security solutions for the healthcare industry. She led healthcare industry relations at MicroStrategy, Inc., focusing on data-mining solutions for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. She spent four years at the National Committee for Quality Assurance as Director of Policy and Product Development, helping develop national quality standards for healthcare organizations. Jennifer began her career at the George Washington University Hospital, Medical Center and Health Plan working on quality management initiatives, clinical pathways and healthcare administration. Jennifer earned a master's in Human Resource Development, completed coursework in health administration doctoral program at GWU, and resides in Maryland with her husband and two children.