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Taking telehealth beyond the video chat – with Dr. Maulik Majmudar

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Taking telehealth beyond the video chat – with Dr. Maulik Majmudar

January 21, 2022

Taking telehealth beyond the video chat – with Dr. Maulik Majmudar

The COVID-19 pandemic hit the gas pedal on the use of virtual care, particularly synchronous video chats. But virtual care's potential extends beyond one-on-one conversations – it can also leverage remote patient monitoring technology to take services out of the brick-and-mortar facility.

Joining Healthcare IT News Senior Editor Kat Jercich to talk about telehealth's capabilities now and in the future is Dr. Maulik Majmudar, chief medical officer at Biofourmis.

Talking points:

  • The transition of care to "virtual-first"
  • The evolution of the definition of telemedicine
  • The use cases of telehealth beyond synchronous video calls
  • Using acute-level hospital services as inspiration
  • Looking at different disease processes
  • Can technology drive equity?
  • Algorithms assisting clinicians in making decisions
  • Evidence for telehealth's longevity
  • Ensuring that patients are receiving appropriate care
  • How virtual care can be a tool rather than a hurdle for clinicians
  • Consolidation and integration will drive adoption

More about this episode:

Telehealth's post-COVID challenge: Integrating in-person care

How health systems should be preparing now for the future of hospital at home

Hospital at home: How healthcare orgs can set programs up for success

Nurse unions slam Kaiser's advanced care at home strategy

Mayo Clinic, Kaiser put $100M toward hospital-at-home care

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