TELEMEDICINE AND DIGITAL HEALTH CONFERENCE
The reality of 2020 and the challenges that occurred during the coronavirus outbreak raise a question of what the future holds for healthcare and care delivery. Healthcare providers had to come up with a pandemic response and speed up the digitalization processes.
It is obvious that development and implementation of telemedicine and digital health developments has a lot of advantages and brings a great value for both practitioners and patients, but the main question is how to incorporate them in the existing workflow successfully and what difficulties and challenges may occur.
How to improve the quality and affordability of healthcare with the help of new technologies? What innovations should healthcare providers prioritize? How has the usage of healthcare mobile apps changed during the pandemic? Is Telemedicine to fully replace face-to-face communication with patient? What is the role of insurers in the health ecosystem and well-being? These are some of the main questions the experts are raising in this sphere.
At the Telemedicine and Digital Health Conference speakers and delegates will discuss such issues as the potential of Digital Health, AI integration in healthcare, opportunities of Digital Health and Telemedicine for the insurance industry, Telemedicine and Digital Health regulation. They will also discuss insurance policies and reimbursement as a key concern in Telemedicine, eHealth partnerships and other topical and important issues.
Join us at the virtual conference on 18-19 February 2021.
- Healthcare and new technologies
- The potential of Digital Health
- New developments and possibilities of Mobile Health
- Integration of AI in healthcare
- Telemedicine during and post pandemic
- Successful practice of Telemedicine implementation
- The opportunities of Digital Health and Telemedicine for the insurance industry
- Reimbursement as a key concern in Telemedicine
- Patient-centricity and ways to expand Telehealth and Telemedicine access
- Cybersecurity as a top priority in distance healthcare and data collection
- Innovative healthcare ecosystems and health data ecosystems. eHealth partnerships: opportunities and barriers for newcomers
- Digital Health and Telemedicine regulation
- Wearable devices: are they useful for both practitioners and insurers?
- The future of health records
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
1. Health Insurance Companies, including the following experts/departments:
– Health Insurance
– Business & Product Development
– Strategy & Business Development
– Chief Commercial Officers
– Data Science & IT (Health insurance related)
– Health Insurance Pricing
– Health Insurance Distribution
– Medical Channels
– Chief Innovation Officers
– Chief Transformation Officers
– Digital etc.
2. Managed Care Service Providers
3. IT Software Solutions Providers
4. Hospitals (Insurance & Operations)
5. Technology Experts & Solutions Providers
7. Innovation labs