The Health Resources and Services Administration (@HRSAgov) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (@HHSGov) defines telehealth as “the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support and promote long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration.”
To learn more, check out our telehealth infographic. It highlights the top benefits, types of services, mechanisms for delivery, how payment works, and how COVID-19 has increased the demand for telehealth.
Over the past several weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has overburdened our healthcare systems and providers, as well as other stakeholders in the telehealth ecosystem. This national health emergency is expected to continue for the unforeseen future, putting telehealth in the spotlight as a critical solution that is shaping our response to this pandemic and helping to ‘flatten the curve.’ The ATA strongly believes that it’s more important than ever for our industry to come together, to share experiences, explore the opportunities and overcome the challenges of telehealth in this new reality. We are excited to re-imagine our annual conference and have proactively created as a dynamic, interactive and virtual experience!
From June 22-26, we’ll gather experts in telehealth and virtual care, and the decision-makers who are transforming care delivery and imbedding telehealth solutions into the fabric of today’s healthcare services.
What: Current and Future State of Telehealth – a Virtual Panel Discussion with Industry Leaders
When: June 23, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET
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Current and Future State of Telehealth – a Virtual Panel Discussion with Industry Leaders – The COVID-19 pandemic has brought industry-wide attention and sweeping legislative initiatives to telehealth as a means for care delivery in a safe, secure and socially-distant environment. During this discussion an all-star panel of industry leaders discuss where we sit today, still in the midst of a pandemic, and what the future holds for telehealth.
Healthcare attorney Matt R. Fisher
– Robert M. Tennant, MA, Director, Health Information Technology Policy for MGMA
– Alison Armstrong, MA, Health Policy Director at Anthem and co-chair of the WEDI Telehealth Workgroup
– Jay Moskowitz, CEO and Founder of MediVisum