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Inpatient Telehealth: Lessons from the Pandemic

Start Date:6/23/2020

Start Time:2:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

The pandemic presented new challenges for patient monitoring. Safety concerns and staff burdens shifted dramatically, creating a pressing need for inpatient 
telehealth strategies. As healthcare providers transition into a recovery phase, what can we learn from this experience?
 
In this expert panel, we will review the new realities of patient monitoring. We will lay out new approaches that improve outcomes while protecting staff. And 
we will examine ways healthcare organizations can leverage the data newly collected by inpatient teleheath systems.
 
Topics will include:
•       Best practices for in-patient telehealth and patient monitoring
•       Technology challenges, opportunities, and solutions
•       Case studies and lessons learned from early adopters

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Speakers

Emma Fauss

Emma Fauss, PhD, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Medical Informatics Corp
Emma Fauss, PhD, MBA is an engineer, researcher, venture capitalist and entrepreneur. She is the co-founder and CEO of Medical Informatics Corp. and a Rice Alliance and DFJ Mercury Venture Fellow. Dr. Fauss consults with early-stage entrepreneurs within the Texas Medical Center as well as Rice University on business strategies and, as an advisor with the MIT Enterprise Forum, consults on biotechnology, nanotechnology, and risk assessment. Dr. Fauss received her BE degree in Chemical Engineering from The Cooper Union, her PhD from the University of Virginia in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and her MBA from Rice University with a concentration in healthcare.

Kevin Phillips

Kevin Phillips, Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, Capsule Technologies
Kevin Phillips has over 10 years of experience in various roles within the health care, medical device and diagnostic industries. He oversees Capsule’s global product management and marketing activities. Prior to Capsule, Kevin held positions at TransMedics and PathoGenetix (formerly US Genomics). His career has been focused on new product development, product marketing, market analysis, strategic alliances, corporate operations, and sales.

Bryce Olson

Bryce Olson, Global Strategist, Health and Life Sciences, Intel
Bryce Olson is the Global Strategist for Intel’s Health and Life Sciences group. One of the areas he focuses on is bringing technology and science together in the exciting area of precision medicine with a powerful message on how this saves lives. Genomic sequencing and precision medicine gave him a life he didn’t think he’d get to live. Bryce is inspired by connecting the advances in technology and life sciences into clinical settings and helping oncologists, researchers, critical care teams, and patients understand these new opportunities. He is a sought after keynote speaker and his story has been covered by national and international media. Bryce started FACTS (‘Fighting Advanced Cancer Through Songs’), a movement that uses the power of music to build awareness for a new way to fight cancer and bring molecular testing and precision medicine to other advanced cancer patients. In 2017, Bryce wrote and co-produced a rock-n-roll album with proceeds going towards the FACTS movement, that brought together a variety of Portland, Oregon based musicians and singers including Jenny Conlee from the Decemberists, Martha Davis from the Motels, Pete Krebs, and Michelle DeCourcy – all four who are also cancer survivors. Bryce also started the ‘www.sequenceme.org’ movement, a patient driven call to action to accelerate the adoption of new genomic sequencing innovation through greater education, awareness building, and forming community.

Kenton Williston - MODERATOR

Kenton Williston, Editor-in-Chief, insight.tech
Kenton Williston is the Editor-in-Chief of insight.tech and served as the editor of its predecessor publication, the Embedded Innovator magazine. Kenton received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2000 and has been writing about embedded computing and IoT ever since.



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