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Webinar: A Patient, Provider, and Technologist Walk Into a Hospital: Perspectives on the Impact of Data-Driven Remote Care Programs

Analytics, Consumers, Virtual Care, Value-Based Care

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Webinar: A Patient, Provider, and Technologist Walk Into a Hospital: Perspectives on the Impact of Data-Driven Remote Care Programs

August 22, 2018

Presentation slides and recording from 8/22/18 Webinar.

For many stakeholders, the healthcare experience can feel siloed and fragmented. In reality today, care management is limited to the windows of time patients and providers have during in-person appointments to discuss quality of life, lifestyle habits, monthly device readings, and adjust treatment. This is because providers only have access to a fraction of the valuable information about patients’ health outside the four walls of the hospital.

However, the use of digital health devices and apps – like in-home medical devices and wearables – can extend care beyond these walls and provide better insights into patients’ health. These devices and apps generate valuable patient data that, when incorporated into the clinical workflow and a continuous program of care, lead to more efficient and effective treatment that can lower costs and improve outcomes.

In this webinar, three stakeholders – including a patient with type 2 diabetes, a provider who designed and managed remote care programs, and a health technologist specializing in data workflows and analytics – will share their perspectives on the value that patient-generated health data (PGHD) and digital health devices offer remote care programs.

Participants will also gain practical guidance on:

-Best practices for implementing and scaling a remote care program with digital tools
-How best to engage and empower patients with data-driven remote care programs
Join the webinar to hear from a patient discussing their firsthand experience participating in a remote care program, and the perspectives of a technologist and provider on the implementation and operation of such programs.

Speakers:
-Drew Schiller, CEO, Validic
-Steve Van, Patient Advocate
-Martin Entwistle, President and CEO, Ares Health Systems

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