Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is a fast-growing health care solution, as more patients who need care don’t always require a visit with a provider to receive their care. In this webinar, leaders from URAC and URAC-accredited VyTrac define RPM, talk about how it differs from telehealth, discuss some of the technological and political challenges facing remote patient monitoring, and share how accreditation improves patient care.
Shawn Griffin, MD, FAAFP, President & CEO of URAC
Dr. Shawn Griffin is the first physician to serve as President & CEO for URAC, the leading independent, nonprofit accreditation organization in the United States.
Before URAC, Dr. Griffin served as the Vice President for Clinical Performance Improvement and Applied Analytics at Premier Inc. Dr. Griffin spent close to eight years in the role of Chief Quality and Informatics Officer with Memorial Hermann Physician Network in Houston, Texas. Dr. Griffin has also served as the Chief Medical Information Officer for both Baylor College of Medicine and Heartland Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Griffin is a graduate of Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa. Dr. Griffin was trained in Rural Family Medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians
Zachary Fink, CEO & Co-Founder at VyTrac Health, Inc.
Zachary Fink is working to increase access to care for all, especially in rural areas, through encrypted digital healthcare and telehealth. He has worked for nonprofits addressing healthcare inequities in rural areas, such as Puerto Rico, Uganda and Haiti. Zachary has served as an EMT in California and Tel Aviv.