As the viability of long-term telehealth reimbursement continues to hang in the balance, how can healthcare organizations prepare? What can leaders reasonably expect? Joe Kvedar, MD, shares his thoughts.
For healthcare organizations, it’s always been about the patient; Covid-19 only amplified that, said Tracy Elmer. In this podcast, she talks about how TrueCare is “meeting patients where they are,” why an inquisitive approach is so important, and why she loves her job.
No initiative – particularly one as complex as modernizing the infrastructure – is going to happen “because the CIO said so,” according to Bradd Busick. Rather, it’s about having a solid strategy, and the support of the leadership team and business partners, he said in this podcast.
Health systems that fail to build a successful digital health platform – one that engages patients between care episodes – risk becoming “very sophisticated price taker,” said Aaron Martin and Sara Vaezy of Providence Digital Innovation Group.
As healthcare organizations strive to provide a seamless experience across the continuum, patient identification becomes increasingly important, according to our panelists. “We need to make sure we have the right patient at the right time, and the correct match for that patient.”