The Value and Impact of Telemedicine

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Foreseeing the movement of healthcare delivery from the hospital and clinic to the home, advocates have championed telemedicine as a compelling alternative to conventional acute, chronic, and preventive care. Everyone knows that the pandemic has catalyzed adoption of virtual care, but what are the big, near-term opportunities to be realized? Which will unfold soon?

Join John Mattison, MD, Emeritus Asst. Medical Director and CHIO, Southern California Region at Kaiser Permanente, and Operating Partner at Arsenal Capital, and Judd Hollander, MD, Senior Vice President of Healthcare Delivery Innovation, Thomas Jefferson University, as they discuss the future of telemedicine, the clinical and business models for its delivery, and its value for both clinicians and patients. This webinar panel discussion will be moderated by Mark Kestner, MD, Chief Medical Officer, TractManager, now part of symplr.

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Featured Speakers

Moderator

John Mattison,
MD

Assistant Medical Director, Chief Health Information Officer, Emeritus, Southern California Region at Kaiser Permanente. Operating Partner, Arsenal Capital

 

Judd Hollander,
MD

Senior Vice President of Healthcare Delivery Innovation, Thomas Jefferson University

 

Mark Kestner,
MD

Chief Medical Officer, TractManager, now a part of symplr

John Mattison, MD
Assistant Medical Director, Chief Health Information Officer, Emeritus
Kaiser Permanente, Southern California

Dr. Mattison has dedicated his career to improving the health of all communities through clinical practice, public policy and health information technology. He practiced medicine in both fee-for-service (Scripps Clinic) and integrated value-based care (Kaiser Permanente), led the largest civilian deployment of an EHR in the US, and co-founded the international XML standard for interoperability (CDA, CCDA, CCD). He co-led the Virtual Care and Telemedicine Services deployment from its inception at Kaiser Permanente, and serves on the advisory boards of numerous health tech companies. John is currently CMIO, chair of Health Tech Advisory Board, and an operating partner at Arsenal Capital.

Judd E. Hollander, MD
Senior Vice President of Healthcare Delivery Innovation, Thomas Jefferson University
Associate Dean Strategic Health Initiatives at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
Professor & Vice Chair of Finance and Healthcare Enterprises in the Department of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Hollander’s research interests include innovative care delivery models (including telemedicine), risk stratification of patients with potential cardiovascular disease; cocaine associated cardiovascular complications; and laceration and wound management. He has published over 600 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and editorials on these and other topics. Dr. Hollander was President of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, chaired the SAEM Program Committee and Emergency Medicine Foundation Scientific Review Committee, and was Deputy Editor for the Annals of Emergency Medicine. He co-chaired the National Quality Forum (NQF) committee to create a framework to support measure development for telehealth. Dr. Hollander was awarded the ACEP Award for Outstanding Research in 2001, the Hal Jayne SAEM Academic Excellence Award in 2003, and the SAEM Leadership Award in 2011.

WEBINAR

The Value and Impact of Telemedicine

Thursday, March 11th, 2021

1:00 pm ET / 12 Noon CT

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