Telehealth is the field of healthcare that provides remote healthcare services to patients through Information and communication technology (ICT). Telemedicine is one of the examples of telehealth, which provides healthcare services to patients remotely via information technologies and electronic communications. Different sources are available for delivering telehealth services, and these include videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial & wireless connections. Patients use all these technologies to avail healthcare services at home. Doctors also use these services to improve or support health care services. Telehealth technology involves a wide range of services designed to enhance care and education delivery.
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This panel session will describe sustainable strategies to increase access to pediatric behavioral health, early intervention and preventive services for children, during the COVID19 pandemic and beyond.
- Describe recent trends in the behavioral health challenges that children and families are experiencing through the COVID-19 pandemic
- Discuss effective techniques and resources to identify and address behavioral health issues through telehealth and in-person visits
- Identify best practices and opportunities for engaging primary care providers to incorporate behavioral health screenings and treatment into well child care
- Identify best practices and opportunities for engagement, and to ensure prompt access to integrated behavioral health services
- Gain further insight into the continuum of behavioral health services and collaborations between primary care and hospital-based services
As the nation moves away from the pandemic, the healthcare industry is embracing a hybrid strategy that integrates in-person care delivery with telehealth. But how do providers and patients decide which to use and when? And how can providers make the best use of technology to maximize the value of virtual care?
This two-day virtual event will delve into the many factors that go into telehealth design, development and implementation. We’ll examine the policies and reimbursement guidelines developed by both state and federal lawmakers, and hear from health systems large and small as they launch new programs and create sound strategies for scalability and sustainability. We’ll look at not how and why these programs are working, but how they’re overcoming barriers and defining value. And we’ll take a good look at where telehealth will be going next month, next year and into the next decade.
In partnership with the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center and the Behavioral Health Institute , this webinar will focus on informing participants about common myths and misconceptions related to telehealth. Presenters will equip attendees with the skills to obtain Informed Consent and Safety plan with clients when providing telehealth services. The Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center will also provide attendees with resources and educational opportunities available to providers within the state of Washington.
Telehealth is here to stay. In fact, direct to consumer telehealth utilization has settled at 38 times higher than before the pandemic began according to recent data from McKinsey & Company. Providers have shown they can successfully implement technology quickly and consumers want (and expect) to utilize technology to access care moving forward, but where do we go from here?
In this 45-minute webinar, we’ll dig into the most recent trends in utilization data, explore additional ways healthcare organizations can harness telehealth to optimize care delivery and streamline operations, and gain provider perspectives on how they’re looking to take advantage of telehealth solutions in the future.
The pandemic accelerated telehealth, and now patients expect a robust virtual care offering. An attractive digital front door and streamlined remote-monitoring strategy will separate the good health systems from the great ones in the future. Join CIOs and IT executives from leading health systems for critical discussions on where healthcare delivery is headed. Don't miss out on what comes next.
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