As telemedicine continues to emerge as an efficient and cost-effective healthcare delivery model, the “World Congress Leadership Summit on Telemedicine”on July 26-27 in Boston will have well known presenters and experts in the field conduct numerous panel discussions. These panels will address credentialing, grants and funding, technology and vendor selection, virtual care, communication and management models, and discussions on models across a variety of specialties including diabetes management, Tele-Intensive Care Units, and pediatrics.
WHAT: The World Congress Leadership Summit on Telemedicine
WHEN: July 26-27, 2012
WHERE: The Colonnade Hotel, Boston MA
PROGRAM AGENDA: www.worldcongress.com/telemedicine
Attendees will benefit from:
ENGAGING discussions on funding opportunities and regulatory developments in the field
CASE STUDIES examining patient outcomes from a variety of telemedicine sub-specialties
EXAMINATION of successful telemedicine communication strategies and management models
NETWORKING opportunities with leading clinicians and telemedicine innovators
OPPORTUNITIES to share experiences and gain insights from leading telemedicine pioneers
Featured presenters include;
Alexander M. Nason, Program Director, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Office of Telehealth and Interactive Learning
Karen Rheuban MD, Medical Director Office of Telemedicine, University of Virginia
Other Presenters at the Summit will Feature:
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, Director, Center for Connected Health, Partners Healthcare
Roy Schoenberg, MD, President and CIO, American Well Systems
Debbie Voyles, Director of Telemedicine, Institute for Rural Community Health, TTUHSC
Martin Abrahamson, MD, CMO, Joslin Diabetes Center
Sherilyn A. Pruitt, Director, Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, Office of Rural health Policy, HRSA
Confirmed Presenters will take part from prestigious organizations such as…
American Well Systems, AmeriHealth Mercy, CTeL, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Children’s National Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, The Hospital for Sick Children, Joslin Diabetes Center, Kentucky TeleCare, McGuire Woods, LLC, Office of Rural Health Policy, HRSA, Partners HealthCare, Pennsylvania Managed Care Plans, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, University of Alberta, University of Arizona, University of California, Davis, and the University of Toronto
Federal Telemedicine News Readers and Friends may take an additional $300 off the current registration fee. Simply mention Promo Code ZZK977 when registering.*Not applicable toward Government/Military Rate. To register, contact World Congress directly at 800-767-9499 or+1 781 939-2500 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About World Health Care Congress Leadership Summits
The World Health Care Congress Leadership Summit Series addresses the most cutting edge issues for healthcare executives across a wide range of industry sectors. The Summits are designed to expand on topics discussed at invitation-only summits during the World Health Care Congress. This series offers new perspectives on established methodologies and produces numerous solutions to foster innovation and change.
For more information or to register for the World Health Care Congress Leadership Summit Series to be held July 26-27 in Boston, go to www.worldcongress/telemedicine.