Digital Care at Home That Improves Clinical and Patient Outcomes

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Tuesday, March 12 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

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Location: W307A


Event Information

Type: General Education

Session ID: 49

Title: Digital Care at Home That Improves Clinical and Patient Outcomes

Description: Through connected care at home capabilities, we will explore how these technologies enable behavior change and empower individuals and clinicians to make informed decisions about healthcare treatment. By utilizing technology, healthcare providers can enhance patient engagement, allowing for personalized and proactive care management that drives better health outcomes and better care experiences. Additionally, this session will showcase how these technologies optimize resource utilization, streamline care delivery, reduce length of stays in the acute setting, reduce readmissions leading to a tangible return on investment for healthcare organizations. The session will feature a real-world case study, demonstrating the successful integration of digital health technologies into care delivery models. Attendees will gain invaluable insights into the latest advancements in remote monitoring, telehealth solutions, and patient engagement platforms by the four-time KLAS award winner and leading provider of remote patient monitoring (RPM).

Level: Intermediate

Format: 30-Minute Learning Burst

Learning Objective #1: Design and implement connected care at home technologies enabling efficient and effective care delivery that works across a variety of programs and use cases, and patient conditions

Learning Objective #2: Design patient experiences focused on behavior change and empowerment, fostering a personalized, proactive approach to healthcare management

Learning Objective #3: Examine how RPM and digital therapeutics to enhance patient outcomes and drive better health management practices


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Continuing Education Credits

  • ACPE – 0.5 Credit(s)
  • CAHIMS – 0.5 Credit(s)
  • CME – 0.5 Credit(s)
  • CNE – 0.5 Credit(s)
  • CPD UK – 0.5 Credit(s)
  • CPHIMS – 0.5 Credit(s)
  • PMI/PDU – 0.5 Credit(s)

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    Categories

    Technology

    • Digital Health Technologies

    Audience

    • CEO/COO
    • Chief Digital Officer/Chief Digital Health Officer
    • CIO/CTO/CTIO/Senior IT