Tentative Schedule for Day Two (subject to change)
Tuesday, June 18, 2019

7:30 - 8:15am Continental Breakfast and Exhibit Hall
8:15 - 8:40am Welcome and Federal Partner Updates:
Terry Rabinowitz, MD, DDS - NETRC Principal Investigator and Danielle Louder - NETRC Program Director CAPT Chris Bersani, Psy.D., ABPP - Deputy Regional Administrator, HRSA
8:40 - 9:40am Keynote Presentation: A Vision for the Future of Medicine - the Promise of Digital Health and How We'll Get There
Speaker: Chris Gibbons, MD, MPH - Chief Health Innovation Adviser, FCC; Founder & CEO, The Greystone Group
9:40 - 10:40am Morning Plenary Panel - National and Regional Telehealth Policy Perspectives: Key Trends and Considerations
Speakers: Mei Kwong, JD, Executive Director - National Center for Connected Health Policy; Rene Quashie, VP for Digital Health Policy - Consumer Technology Association, and Jeremy Sherer, Esq - Hooper, Lundy and Bookman
10:40 - 11:30am Networking Break and Exhibit Hall
11:30 - 12:30pm Breakout Sessions - Series I (Choose one)
  1. Telehealth Technology Lab (offered twice)
    Speakers: Doris T. Barta, MHA, Director, and Jordan Berg, Technology Assessment Specialist - National Telehealth Technology Assessment Center
  2. Caring for Patients Where They Are: An Academic Medical Center's Journey to Improve Care Delivery and Access Using Telehealth Technologies
    Speakers: David Smith and Teresa Rincon - UMass Memorial
  3. Modernizing Primary Care Delivery with an Asynchronous Telehealth Solution
    Speaker: Blix Rice - Greenville Health Systems
  4. Virtual Visits at Boston Children's Hospital: Successes, Lessons Learned and Departmental Case Studies
    Speakers: Jackie Riso and Jacob White, DO - Boston Children's Hospital
  5. Telehealth Strategy: Bridging the Access to Care Gap through Partnership and Collaboration
    Speakers: LaShaun Shaw - My Care Family - MVACO
12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch and Exhibit Hall
1:30 - 2:30pm Breakout Sessions - Series II (Choose one)
  1. Telehealth Technology Lab (offered twice)
    Speakers: Doris T. Barta, MHA, Director, and Jordan Berg, Technology Assessment Specialist - National Telehealth Technology Assessment Center
  2. E-Visits in Primary Care
    Speaker: Sarah Christolini, UVM
  3. Using Telehealth to Strengthen Hospital and Insurance Relationships
    Speaker: Shane Levasseur - Androscoggin Home Health and Hospice
  4. Community Tele-Paramedicine: Bringing the ER to the Home and Re-Imaging 911
    Speaker: Brock Daniels, MD, MPH - Weill Cornell
  5. Transforming Care Delivery Through Innovative Telemedicine Approaches
    Speakers: Panel of Speakers from Dartmouth-Hitchcock
2:30 - 2:45pm Micro-Break with Transition to Final Plenary
2:45 - 3:45pm Afternoon Plenary Panel - Telehealth and Older Adults
Moderator: Terry Rabinowitz, MD, DD
Presenters:
  1. How Telemedicine can reduce Nursing Home Costs - Mel Castro - Athene Telehealth
  2. Telemedicine as the driver for improving care in Skilled Nursing Facilities - Saurabh Chandra and Iris Berman - Northwell Health
  3. Community Telehealth Applications for Impacting Seniors' Wellness Behaviors - Jim Lisher - CT-TIPS and New Canaan Health & Human Services
3:45 - 4:00pm Closing Remarks and Adjourn
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