It is now obvious that Telehealth — in the form of a hybrid care delivery model that blends virtual and in-person care — is not a fad that will go away after Covid-19, but rather is here to stay. Healthcare leaders therefore most seek to optimize their organization’s telehealth services for success and long-term sustainability. The problem is that most leaders neither know how well (or bad) their telehealth service is going, nor what true success can or should look like.
Telehealth, when done correctly, will delight physicians, contribute to achieving all of the organization’s strategic objectives and bring significant financial success.
In this interactive webinar, Christian Milaster will lead participants through a series of pragmatic concepts, including how your organization can set its telehealth success targets, how and what to measure telehealth performance, the Physician Bill of Telehealth Rights and how to leverage telehealth to achieve strategic success.
Telehealth Community Webinar Series:
Getting the Most out of Telehealth
Past and upcoming webinars:
Optimizing Your Telehealth Services The 6 Hallmarks of Excellent Telehealth Services (July 9, 2020)
Apply the 6 Hallmarks of Telehealth Success to Your Telehealth Services
Hybrid Care Delivery: The Best of Both Worlds (July 23, 2020)
Effectively blending virtual and in-person care.
Measuring Telehealth Success – August 20, 12 PM Eastern Set Targets, Measure Performance and create a Physician Bill of rights to leverage telehealth for strategic success.
Telehealth Use Cases for Acute and Post-Acute Care – September 17, 12 PM Eastern
Virtual Inpatient Care, Remote Patient Monitoring and other valuable use cases.
About the Speaker: Christian Milaster is the Founder and President of Ingenium Digital Health Advisors and co-founder and moderator at the Telehealth.Community. A Master Builder of Digital Health and Telehealth Services, Christian works with healthcare organizations and innovators to enable the delivery of extraordinary care through the judicious use of technology. Born, raised and educated as an engineer in Germany, Christian has worked at IBM and the Mayo Clinic before launching Ingenium in 2012.