The Future of Medical Technologies in Telehealth

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Healthcare systems are challenged daily to enhance quality of care, optimize workflows, and improve access to services. This event will discuss the current and future trends that may affect the future of Telehealth standards and guidelines. As we enter the new decade, healthcare for an aging population is a top-of-mind issue for government policy makers, business leaders and consumers alike. Healthcare costs have been steadily increasing, and a growing number of healthcare providers and patients worry that the recent budget crunches faced by healthcare providers will affect patient care in the years ahead. Healthcare providers are taking advantage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) stimulus funding to launch telehealth initiatives to face down some of healthcare’s most daunting challenges. Will interoperability, connectivity, scalability and mobility be key features for Telehealth technology in the future?

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The Future of Medical Technologies in Telehealth

  1. 1. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 988-4055 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com S TELEHEALTH & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES Best Practices, Future Trends, Emerging Technologies… OCTOBER 20 – 21, 2011 – PHOENIX, AZHighlighting the Modern Trends, Pioneering Strategies and Best Case Studies from Leading Healthcare Organizations that have Implemented Successful Telehealth and/or Telemedicine Solutions Geared at Improving Organizational Outcome, Solidifying Cost Savings, Reducing Patient Travel Time and Improving Outcomes ***Limited Attendance*** Speaker Invites Include TOP REASONS TO ATTEND Speaker Invites IncludeNina M. Antoniotti, RN, MBA, PhD – KEYNOTE • In-Depth Speaker-Attendee Interaction Steve Kropp TeleHealth Director • Outstanding Case-Studies Director of Outreach Services and eHealth MARSHFIELD CLINIC • Strategic & Educational Platform SAINT LUKES HEALTH SYSTEM • Accreditation Standards Robert N. Cuyler, PhD Alex Nason Telehealth, Program Director _______________ Acting CEOJOHNS HOPKINS MEDICINE INTERACTIVE JSA HEALTH INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION Shadaab Kanwal, MBA, MISMS Howard Gershon Director Clinical Informatics Principal • Service Line & Practice Development UCLA HEALTH SCIENCES – MITS NEW HEIGHTS GROUP • Policy Activities • Technology Solutions Ben Stiling Pamela G. Forducey, PhD, ABPP Director, Clinical Program Development Director of IT Applications SPECIAL THINK-TANK SESSION CAROLINAS HEALTHCARE SYSTEM INTEGRIS TELEHEALTH Seong Ki Mun, PhD Jay Culver • Funding Hurdles Director, Institute for Advanced Study Global Sales Director • Recruiting Tech Savvy Physicians VIRGINIA TECH-ARLINGTON INNOVATION GLOBALMEDIA GROUP • Revamping Health Care CENTER FOR HEALTH RESEARCH • Continuum of Care EVENT SPONSORS EVENT PARTNERS $500.00 Association Partner Discount Expires July 31, 2011 Register Now!!! www.mindstreamedu.com To Become an Event Sponsor, Please To Become An Event Partner, Please CallCall (414) 988-4055 or Visit Our Website (414) 988-4055 or Visit Our Website atat www.mindstreamedu.com For More www.mindstreamedu.com For More Information!!! Information!!!
  2. 2. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 988-4055 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com S TELEHEALTH & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES Best Practices, Future Trends, Emerging Technologies… OCTOBER 20 – 21, 2011 – PHOENIX, AZHighlighting the Modern Trends, Pioneering Strategies and Best Case Studies from Leading Healthcare Organizations that have Implemented Successful Telehealth and/or Telemedicine Solutions Geared at Improving Organizational Outcome, Solidifying Cost Savings, Reducing Patient Travel Time and Improving Outcomes ***Limited Attendance*** CONFERENCE THEME: Healthcare systems are challenged daily to enhance quality of care, optimize workflows, and improve access to services. This event will discuss the current and future trends that may affect the future of Telehealth standards and guidelines. As we enter the new decade, healthcare for an aging population is a top-of-mind issue for government policy makers, business leaders and consumers alike. Healthcare costs have been steadily increasing, and a growing number of healthcare providers and patients worry that the recent budget crunches faced by healthcare providers will affect patient care in the years ahead. Healthcare providers are taking advantage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) stimulus funding to launch telehealth initiatives to face down some of healthcare’s most daunting challenges. Will interoperability, connectivity, scalability and mobility be key features for Telehealth technology in the future? SOME TOPICS OF DISCUSSION INCLUDE: • Emerging Opportunities, Future Trends, Strategic Opportunities, and Future Challenges • Technologys Impact on Hospitals and Health Systems • Top Handheld Healthcare Technology Devices/ Alarm Integration Technologies/ Wireless communications • Establishing and Deployment of Secure Enterprise Class Networking Solutions • Healthcare Technology Alliances – Building Strong and Sustainable HIT Vendor Relationships • New Technologies That Foster Long-Term ROI Through Benchmarking Strategies • Developing a Remote Patient Monitoring Program to Ensure Proper Coverage of Your ICU, ER and Other Departments • Meet Staffing Shortages and Improve Overall Patient Care • Implementation Initiatives for Telemedicine, Distance Education and E-Learning Activities • Alignment of Goals, Action Strategies and Behaviors, Ensuring Accountability • Impact of Advanced Technology: Adding Emerging Technology to Your Programs/Service Lines • Understand the Efforts Ongoing by Industry and Government to Drive Telehealth Interoperability • Enabling the Patient Experience with Technology, Application Delivery, IT and Business Processes • Tele-Psychiatry, Tele-Dermatology, Tele-Dentistry, Tele-Nursing, Tele-Stroke, etc…. • Maximizing Your Server Infrastructure Investment/Healthcare IT Security & Privacy Best Practices • The Role of Virtualization in Healthcare, Interoperability, Disaster Recovery • Understanding the Current Legal, Regulatory and Reimbursement Issues in Telehealth and How They Will Affect Your Program • Information Technology Contracting & Consulting – Choosing the Right IT Vendor • Building a Telehealth Program to Deliver More Convenient, Accessible and Efficient Patient Care at a Lower Cost • Develop Protocols for Using Mobile Technology to Augment Response • The Aging Care-Giver and the Technologies Involved • Healthcare Logistics, Healthcare System Dynamics • Physician Directed Queuing – Offsite, Remote Locations, Smart Monitoring • Establishing a Pediatric Telemedicine Program – the Financing, Staffing, Services and Technology Needed to Create a Long Term Successful and Sustainable Program • Establishing a Standard of Care: Payer Acceptance, Avoiding Legal Negligence, Developing Regional & Worldwide Partnerships • Building a Home Telehealth Program to Deliver More Convenient, Accessible and Efficient Patient Care at a Lower Cost • Telemedicine and the Underserved Communities • And More… TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 988-4055 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com
  3. 3. TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 988-4055 Or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com S TELEHEALTH & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES Best Practices, Future Trends, Emerging Technologies… OCTOBER 20 – 21, 2011 – PHOENIX, AZHighlighting the Modern Trends, Pioneering Strategies and Best Case Studies from Leading Healthcare Organizations that have Implemented Successful Telehealth and/or Telemedicine Solutions Geared at Improving Organizational Outcome, Solidifying Cost Savings, Reducing Patient Travel Time and Improving Outcomes ***Limited Attendance*** WHO WILL BE THERE: This conference is designed for Senior Level Executives, Vice Presidents, Administrators, Directors and Managers within hospitals, health systems, federal and state agencies, as well as healthcare consultants. Academic Medical Centers, Teaching Hospitals, and Community Hospitals are also encouraged to attend. KEY TITLE(S) IN ATTENDANCE: • CIOs, CTOs, CEOs, COOs • Senior Vice Presidents • Directors/Managers Telemedicine • Vice President Patient Services • Directors /Managers Telehealth • Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses • Administrators, Executive Directors • Corporate Vice President • MIS Directors/MIS Managers • Clinical Operations • Electronic Health Records/Electronic Medical Records • Physicians, Physician Support Staff • Marketing & Brand Strategy • Clinical Transformation, Clinical Information • Consultants • Systems Director/Systems Managers • IS Services/IT Services • Delivery Service Executive • Service Line Directors/Managers • Strategic Planning, Market Research • Healthcare Policy • HID Directors/HID Managers • Business Development • Financial Analysis • Facilities Management • Capital Investments
  4. 4. TELEHEALTH, TELEMEDICINE & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES TELEHEALTH & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES Best Practices, Future Trends, Emerging Technologies, Essential Tools… Best Practices, Future Trends, Emerging Technologies… MARCH OCTOBER 20 – ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 17 – 18, 2011 – 21, 2011 – PHOENIX, AZHighlighting the Modern Trends, Pioneering Strategies and Best Case Studies from Leading Healthcare Organizations that have Implemented Successful Telehealth and/or Telemedicine Solutions Geared at Improving Organizational Outcome, Solidifying Cost Savings, Reducing Patient Travel Time and Improving Outcomes ***Limited Workshop Attendance*** ***Limited Attendance*** CONFERENCE INFORMATION: Pre-Event Speaker Questions: To ensure that our speakers answer as many questions as possible, please email some of your pre-event speaker questions to info@mindstreamedu.com. Please provide the speaker name and question in your email. Questions – Must be received no later than September 30, 2011. CONFERENCE VENUE & GROUP HOTEL: Room Rate: Under Negotiations Early Bird Normal Registration Registration Event Registration Pricing Expires 06/30/2011 Expires 10/12/2011 Onsite Registration Documentation Call for Early Attendees Registration Rate $1,495 $1,595 $299 (Attendee registration includes entrance to event, all catered meals, panel discussions, think-tank sessions, networking reception (if available) and event documentation) PAYMENT: Payment must be received within 5 days of registering if paying by corporate check. Credit card payments are processed immediately. You will receive a paid or unpaid invoice shortly after registering TO REGISTER: Please Call (414) 988-4055 or Visit Our Registration Page – www.mindstreamedu.com

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