URAC and Telemedicine Magazine Host the Telemed Leadership Forum 2018

| URAC Staff

Hundreds of healthcare leaders will gather at the Renaissance Washington, DC to get insights from more than 27 speakers at the Telemed Leadership Forum 2018: ROI of TelehealthMarch 27 – 29, 2018.

Co-hosted by URAC and Telemedicine Magazine, this 2-1/2-day gathering brings together the best and brightest minds in healthcare to deliver solid, innovative and valuable information focused on the ROI of telehealth.

“Telehealth represents one of the fastest-growing sectors of the healthcare industry today, with all projections pointing to ongoing growth and adoption,” said Che Parker, vice president, sales and marketing at URAC. “Healthcare providers want to understand how to create a sustainable telehealth model that can provide high-quality healthcare, while lowering costs and improving access. The sessions at this conference will focus on how different programs moved the needle in their communities, and how they improved the health of population they serve.”

This inaugural event features a mix of panel discussions and presentations in 18+ ground-breaking sessions designed to spark creative and fulfilling discussions. Confirmed speakers include:

Jeremy Corbett, MD, Chief Health Officer, Envolve PeopleCare

Adam Darkins, MD, President and CEO, Empiricon LLC

Martin E. Doerfler, MD, SVP, Clinical Strategy and Development, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Northwell Health

Marybeth Farquhar, PhD, MSN, RN, VP of Research and Measurement, URAC

Stephen Ferrando, MD, Director of Psychiatry, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and Behavioral Health Center

Kylanne Green, President and CEO, URAC

Jason Goldwater, Senior Director, National Quality Forum

Judd Hollander, MD, Telehealth Fellowship Director, Thomas Jefferson University

Christopher Keeys, PharmD, BCPS, RPh, Co-Founder and President/CEO of Clinical Pharmacy Associates and MedNovations, Inc.

Curtis Lowery, MD, Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

John Morley, MD, Chief Physician Executive, Population Health, Adirondack Health Institute

Christa Natoli, Deputy Executive Director, CTeL

Jacqueline Nwando Olayiwola, MD, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, RubiconMD

Mark Plaster, MD, Founder, Telemedicine Magazine

Rene Quashie, Partner, Cozen O’Connor

Junaid A. Razzak, MD, PhD, Professor and Director of Telemedicine, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins

Raymond Reichwein, Medical Director, Penn State Health

Corey Scurlock, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Westchester Medical Center eHealth Center

Adam Solander, Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker Green

Dennis Truong, MD, Regional Director of Telemedicine and Mobility, Assistant Physician-in-Chief of Northern Virginia, Kaiser Permanente

Julie Wagner, Community Affairs, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

The sessions are designed to provide solid, innovative and valuable information on telehealth that helps attendees understand the business of telehealth, including specific goals, real data, creative partnerships, different perspectives in measuring quality, and legal/regulatory issues and more.  The objective is to create a high-level agenda that focuses on the ROI of telehealth, brings value to the audience, and sparks creative and fulfilling discussions.

To see the complete list of speakers and the agenda, and to register for the event, go to http://telemed.org/

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