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2017 Telehealth Industry Trends

Posted on: July 26th, 2017 by Andrew Saluke

Broadcast Date and Time:
Tuesday Aug. 15, 2017, 2 – 3 P.M. ET

Each year, new telehealth industry trends emerge. While the Telemedicine industry is dynamic and growing, it is also complex. The markers for telehealth success vary depending on the intended use. Healthcare professionals have different questions and concerns based upon their roles. Both internal and external factors create challenges, and facilitating positive ‘first impressions’ often proves critical for longterm success.

Still, there are proven approaches that can be incorporated into strategic planning for telehealth programs. Join us for this presentation with Tracy Walsh, Senior Consultant for The Advisory Board. Tracy has prepared a comprehensive overview of the key telehealth industry trends in 2017 – and strategic considerations for your organization. Learn about known roadblocks uncovered by other healthcare organizations, and how to navigate around them with proactive goal-​setting. Understand the critical workflow differences between in-​person and virtual care. Familiarize yourself with the importance of nuanced patient marketing.

Ample time will be provided for live Q&A and questions may be submitted in advance during registration.

Who Should Attend

  • Hospital and health system executives including strategy officers, compliance officers and legal officers
  • Hospital and health system department heads
  • Telemedicine program directors, managers and coordinators
  • Any healthcare professionals contemplating telemedicine

About the Presenter

Tracy Walsh, MPH serves as a Senior Consultant overseeing telehealth research for the Planning 20/​20 team within the firm’s Research Division. Since joining The Advisory Board Company in 2013, Tracy has led the firm’s research on behavioral health strategic development and program implementation, with an emphasis on behavioral health integration into the primary care setting and telepsychiatry models.

Tracy’s recent publications include The Integrated Behavioral Health Toolkit and Strategic Program Development for Specialty Telehealth. Tracy also launched the Telehealth Primer Series for the Planning 20/​20 team, which examines specialty applications of telehealth across service lines.

Tracy graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in Anthropology and a concentration in Global Health and Health Policy. She holds a Master of Public Health degree in the Sociomedical Sciences from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Tracy worked in clinical research at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and as a health policy analyst at a law firm in Washington, D.C.

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