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Westchester Medical Center added strength to its 10-hospital system by creating redundancy in cross-coverage by physicians and specific COVID-19 workflows, claim Medical Director Corey Scurlock and Caregility's Wendy Deibert.
The pandemic has forced the adoption of telehealth and other technologies that already existed, says Cam Deemer, president of DrFirst.
The front door needs to be easy to open and extend beyond the system's website to search engines and guided interactions like text and chat, say Erin Jospe, MD, chief medical officer at Kyruus, and AVIA VP Sonia Singh.
The experience has made fans of patients who love virtual visits as more convenient, time-saving and equal to in-person care, says Dr. Chris Hobson, CMO for Orion Health.
Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, EVP and chief clinical officer at Providence St. Joseph Health, discusses the continuing COVID-19 response and telehealth's role along with the future of clinical care.
Shawn Morris, CEO of Privia Health, discusses how doctors are racing to adapt to new technologies in order to care for patients remotely.
The age of smartphone-enabled virtual care and remote monitoring has arrived, says Dr. Nohr of the Canadian Medical Association, who previews his upcoming HIMSS webinar exploring “person-enabled” healthcare during the coronavirus crisis and beyond.
Vivify Health CEO Eric Rock discusses the shifting expectations for connected health products.
Dr. John Torous, director of the digital psychiatry division at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, discusses the rising need for digital tools under social distancing orders.
In this episode of The Alessi Agenda, Dr. Jason Cheah, CEO of Woodlands Health Campus, explains how global examples of EMRs, robotics and telehealth have helped shape the digital transformation and patient journey in Singapore.