Today, telehealth is one of the fastest growing sectors in healthcare especially during COVID-19 which has enhanced and accelerated the role that telehealth plays within our healthcare system. It is reshaping the landscape of healthcare delivery across the globe, and is being recognized as the future of global healthcare. Telehealth addresses and achieves the basic tenants of Healthcare Reform: providing the population with access to improved and convenient, high quality patient centric care, enhancing outcomes, while reducing per capita expenditures. Studies have shown that the benefits of telehealth include significantly improved outcomes, efficient care delivery as well as reduction in mortality rates, hospitalizations, length of stay, readmissions and healthcare costs.
Despite these benefits the point is whether the patients are well educated about these facilities and proper measures are undertaken to address issues like adequate workforce, reimbursement, licensure and also highlight the modalities that can bridge the gap for vulnerable populations, rural communities, and deliver quality care when and where it’s needed.
The goal of this conference is to unite healthcare professionals, doctors, professors, students to discuss on most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Telehealth and Telemedicine and get more prepared for the challenges that lie ahead in 2021 and beyond!
In the pioneer edition of DBMR Telehealth and Telemedicine Conference come join us in this enriching knowledge fest where experts will speak on new technologies and market dynamics perceptions. Together let’s move ahead in the new age of digitally connected patients and doctors.
WHO Digital Health Technical Advisory Group (DHTAG) Roster of Experts
World Health Organization
Professor at California School of Professional Psychology
Alliant International University