There’s never been a more important time for innovation and collaboration in the world of healthcare. Creative solutions are needed now more than ever—solutions that can be quickly implemented to protect the lives of patients, their communities, and the healthcare team who serve them.
In this webinar, Wendy Deibert and Scott Andrus of Caregility and Jonathan Witenko of Lee Health will present examples and case studies of innovative telehealth solutions being deployed during the COVID-19 crisis. This will include how Caregility customers and other medical enterprises are collaborating to:
- Give access to isolated patients/families to stay connected in a time of restricted visiting hours and self-isolation
- Protect healthcare workers through virtual connections that minimize the number of the healthcare workers in a room, decrease exposure of COVID-19 and use of PPE while caring for patients
- Fast-track virtual health technology deployment to meet the rapidly growing demand for new solutions in a new COVID-19 environment
- Leverage and expand existing technical resources (desktop devices, phones, mobile apps) and augment, support scale clinical resources across the delivery of care model for patients and families
In this fast-paced, interactive session, Jon, Scott and Wendy will also address some of the most common questions they’ve been asked during this crisis, including:
- How do we keep patients, families and the healthcare care team connected in a time of few resources and a fast-paced crisis environment?
- How do changing guidelines, rules and regulations for virtual care affect my ability to implement a remote care system at my facility?
- How long does it take to get a virtual care or telehealth program up and running?
- How can I make sure that my virtual care technology is secure and compliant?
Throughout this webinar, we’ll be sharing real-life scenarios of how Lee Health and other Caregility customers are collaborating and innovating to provide virtual care solutions to help them respond to this evolving healthcare crisis. We’ll also have time for a brief Q&A session to answer your most pressing questions. You won’t want to miss it.