Digitizing Home Care: Implications & Opportunities
Care at Home Is Going Digital… Don’t Get Left Behind!
May 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Connecting care teams and enabling information sharing among providers and families is crucial to helping more individuals get healthcare at home. Join us for three 45-minute “power sessions” designed to give you a roadmap to succeed in the new digital transformation of healthcare.
Learn how to:
- Leverage technology to help address workforce challenges.
- Create partnerships with clinicians to tap into new revenue streams created by digital technologies.
- Streamline your back office to efficiently handle new referrals and workflow.
Session One- An Overview of Digital Health Technologies Applicable to Home Care
- A brief overview of digital technologies and how to separate the “bells and whistles” from those that can help you make money.
- A look at how new digital tools can help you connect to your reimbursement strategy
- Traditional telehealth & virtual care
- Chronic condition management
- Remote patient monitoring
- Make sure you’re talking to the right technology with the right partner and differentiating between:
- Health at home
- Care coordination
Jeffrey Englander is the founder and principal of Healthcare Strategy Bullpen. He has over 15 years of experience in healthcare strategy, market positioning, industry disruption, and innovation at several Fortune 100 firms. Given his various roles within the healthcare ecosystem — including work with providers, suppliers, employers, and investors — he brings unique insight to the forces impacting and disrupting the healthcare delivery market.
Session Two- Practical Considerations: Administrative & Legal Issues
Moderator, Jeff Englander and Panelists Doug Sullivan and Caroline Reignley
- How to partner with clinicians to create new revenue streams
- Using technology to mitigate the impact of workforce shortages
- Transitioning to care coordination to increase quality and improve reimbursement
- Setting up easy-to-use policies and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance
Doug Sullivan, RN, CCM, is a Clinical Program Advisor and Start-Up Business Development Consultant with a strong quality and case management background. In his various consulting roles in the United States and overseas, he assists healthcare provider practices in transforming care through remote patient monitoring (RPM) while maintaining high-touch patient engagement and compliance with billing and documentation practices.
Caroline Reignley provides strategic legal, regulatory, and compliance counsel to for-profit and nonprofit hospitals, health systems, other healthcare providers, and life sciences and technology companies. She advises clients involved in digital health on the applicable legal and regulatory infrastructure, focusing on remote patient monitoring programs.
Session Three- A View from the Field: Case Studies from Peers
- Real-world case studies look at your colleagues’ experiences, challenges, and opportunities in taking advantage of these tools.
Why Attend a Pre-Conference Intensive Workshop?
This Pre-Conference session is a unique opportunity to meet other attendees with a deep dive into the digital landscape before the main conference starts! This half-day course adds significant value to your conference experience by providing exclusive content not offered during the main conference.