Getting started in telemedicine amidst a pandemic
Interested in offering telemedicine at your practice, but not sure what's involved? Wondering what a successful telemedicine implementation looks like? Then the roundtable webinar "Getting Started in Telemedicine Amidst a Pandemic" is for you.
ISfTeH member, Solve.Care, has invited experts on healthcare, telehealth, and eHealth workforce from 5 different countries to come together and share their thoughts. They'll discuss global telemedicine trends and how healthcare providers around the world can keep up with the increasing demand for virtual healthcare.
Don't miss your chance to get the latest on global telehealth.
The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday November 11th, 9:00 - 10:30am (EST).
Dr. Bhagwant Singh Ratta MD, MBBS, FICS, FAIS, FACS
Dr. Ratta is a Pediatric Surgeon, Urologist with 30 years of clinical experience. He is the Past President of the Telemedicine Society of India and has been involved in telemedicine for over a decade.
Prof. S. Yunkap Kwankam, PhD
Prof. Kwankam is a world-renowned expert on digital health. He is the Executive Director of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth. His work in digital health has seen him serve as head of eHealth at the World Health Organization, as a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Digital Health, and as chair of the Innovation Working Group Task Force on the Global Knowledge Commons.
Dr. Amr M. Ajlan MD, PhD
Dr. Amr is the Assistant Professor and Consultant of Cardiothoracic Imaging at King Abdulaziz University Hospital, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the Saudi Board of Radiology.
Mr. Daniel Hall
Mr. Hall has a background in healthcare recruitment in the United Kingdom and internationally. He supports the NHS & private sector for the procurement of doctors and consulting contracts within workforce transformation and retention. Mr. Hall has experience working within various telemedicine services both public and private in providing opportunities for adoption, interoperability and integration into existing services.
Dr. Carlos A. Garcia-Bueno MD
Dr. Garcia-Bueno is an attending pediatric gastroenterologist at "Hospital Pediatrico de Sinaloa" in Mexico and Medical Director of the GI Motility Center at "Hospital Angeles Culiacan". He is also the Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the "Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa" school of medicine.
· The current telemedicine market
· Benefits in implementing telemedicine
· Challenges to look out for, when adopting telemedicine (legislation, payments, data security)
· A checklist, before starting your telemedicine practice