Telemedicine 2013

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  • 1. Arlen D Meyers, MD, MBAUniversity of Colorado School of Medicine
  • 2. Persistent BarriersLicensure and credentialingLiabilitySecurity and ConfidentialityReimbursementHuman factors: education, training, incentives, workflow disruptionTechnical : lack of turnkey complete solutionInternational issues
  • 3. Exampleswww.medvoy.comwww.diversinet.comwww.cotelecare.comwww.interactivemd.comwww.nutritashealth.com
  • 4. SolutionsNational medical/telemedicine licenseMandatory telemedicine reimbursement parityMedical school/GME digital health education and competencyGlobal medical liability solutionsTechnical improvementsManaging professional and patient expectationsSecurity and confidentialityDigital integration and connectedness
  • 5. Bottom LineThere will be continuing incremental improvement in the use of telemedicine in 2013Manpower and fiscal crises will drive the adaptation of non face-to-face care modalitiesBusinesses will continue to experiment with care and business modelsThe industry will continue to be fragmentedInsurance, IT/telecom technology and payers will continue to mergeThere will eventually be a rollup of small players into several dominant telemedicine players
  • 6. Bottom LineThere will be continuing incremental improvement in the use of telemedicine in 2013Manpower and fiscal crises will drive the adaptation of non face-to-face care modalitiesBusinesses will continue to experiment with care and business modelsThe industry will continue to be fragmentedInsurance, IT/telecom technology and payers will continue to mergeThere will eventually be a rollup of small players into several dominant telemedicine players