3rd Annual Remote Patient Monitoring Virtual Summit
June 13-14, 2023
About this event
Join us for our 3rd Annual Remote Patient Monitoring Virtual Summit as we dive into everything RPM, including overcoming challenges such as reimbursement, technology access hurdles, patient education/engagement and current regulations. Our carefully curated experts will also discuss the unprecedented growth of hospital-at-home programs, as well as missed opportunities for RPM use in chronic care detection and management.
June 13, 2023 | 11:00 AM ET
Addressing Reimbursement and Regulatory Challenges to RPM Use
Kyle Zebley, Senior Vice President of Public Policy at the American Telemedicine Association
Jennifer Junis, Senior Vice President, OSF OnCall Digital Health
Remote patient monitoring is growing in popularity, with providers, payers, and patients showing interest in using RPM technologies to manage and improve health conditions. This panel will delve into strategies to ensure patients can successfully engage in RPM programs and overcome barriers to adoption. The discussion will also cover how patients’ social determinants of health, such as access to the internet and technology, can be addressed to support their participation in the programs.
June 13, 2023 | 12:30PM ET
Advancing RPM Beyond the Public Health Emergency
Dr. Zenobia Brown, Associate Chief Medical Officer at Northwell Health and Executive Director of Northwell Health Solutions
The COVID-19 pandemic boosted the use of virtual care strategies like remote patient monitoring. But as the public health emergency winds down, RPM use is moving past the pandemic response. In this keynote address, Dr. Zenobia Brown, associate chief medical officer at Northwell Health and executive director of Northwell Health Solutions, will discuss the role of RPM in achieving value-based care, how it can be leveraged to support population health strategies, and the barriers that need to be torn down to enable RPM to reach its full potential.
June 13, 2023 | 2:00PM ET
Strategies for Driving Patient Education & Engagement in RPM Programs
Dr. Kathi Mooney, co-leader of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the University of Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute
Tearsanee Carlisle Davis, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, FAANP, Director, Clinical Programs and Strategy, UMMC Center for Telehealth, Associate Professor, UMMC School of Nursing
Dr. Eric V. Jackson, Jr., Chief Innovation Officer at Nemours Children’s Health
Though remote patient monitoring is increasingly used to boost care access and improve outcomes, several hurdles stand in the way of RPM technology use. This panel will focus on the reimbursement and regulatory challenges preventing widespread RPM adoption and use across the continuum of care. It will also include a discussion on what RPM providers can do to overcome these challenges and what they need from lawmakers to spur RPM use.
June 14, 2023 | 11:00 AM ET
Opportunities, Barriers to Scaling the Care-at-Home Continuum
Dr. Eve Cunningham, Chief of Virtual Care and Digital Health at Providence
The care-at-home continuum is vast, ranging from chronic disease management to hospital-at-home programs. While this move to home-based care provides numerous patient and provider benefits, scaling these services can be complex. Dr. Eve Cunningham, group vice president and chief of virtual care and digital health at Providence, will detail the evolving care-at-home continuum and challenges to scale, strategies the health system has employed in its care-at-home journey, and why health systems need to invest in these services today to prepare for healthcare’s tomorrow.