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An early adopter of remote patient monitoring, CHRISTUS Health has expanded its remote monitoring program to include support for all chronic diseases for patients transitioning from hospital to home, at-risk for high healthcare utilization and costs.
During Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management, a 45-minute webinar on February 24, 2015, now available for replay, Dr. Luke Webster, vice president, chief medical information officer, CHRISTUS Health, and Shannon Clifton, director of connected care, CHRISTUS Health, share the key features of the program, including program design and impact, ROI, and how the program fits into the organization's long-term strategy as a risk-bearing organization.
You will learn:
- How patients are identified for remote monitoring, along with details on patient training and engagement;
- The features of the remote monitoring system used by CHRISTUS Health and how the monitoring of patients remotely fits into the overall clinical workflow;
- The impact remote patient monitoring has had on CHRISTUS Health's readmission rates, inpatient admissions, emergency department utilization and cost of care; and
- How to address the key challenges of remote patient monitoring, including having a meaningful organizational impact, connectivity, equipment failure, training, and clinical resource management.
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WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS CONFERENCE?
Presidents/CEOs/CFOs, medical directors, technology executives, quality improvement executives, physician executives, health plan executives, disease management executives, population health management managers, care coordinators and strategic planning directors and consultants.