FROM SERVICE LINE TO ENTERPRISE, LEADERS TO CONVENE AT 11TH ANNUAL TELEHEALTH INNOVATION FORUM
Intel Corp. Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Sotos to Deliver Keynote Address
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 6, 2017 – InTouch Health®, the leading telehealth enterprise platform, announced today the lineup for its 11th Annual Telehealth Innovation Forum, July 24-26, 2017, in Santa Barbara, California, at The Fess Parker Doubletree Hilton Resort. The annual conference convenes hundreds of health care leaders and organizations across the country for a dialogue on best practices regarding regulations and coverage, clinical and business workflow models and achieved outcomes in the rapidly-evolving, telehealth landscape.
“The health care industry is at a pivotal moment in transforming care delivery to better serve patients and to drive smart innovation,” said Joseph DeVivo, CEO of InTouch Health. “Wherever an organization is in its utilization of telehealth, we as health care leaders can – and should – learn from each other to propel the vision of a better system forward in a feasible, efficient and effective way. Attending the 11th Annual Telehealth Innovation Forum is a great way to learn from world-leading institutions.”
Registrations for the Forum are still open and accessible online here. The multi-day event will feature keynote addresses from two leading experts in the field – Dr. John Sotos, chief medical officer at Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC), and Yulun Wang, Ph.D., chairman, founder and chief innovation officer at InTouch Health.
A computer scientist specializing in artificial intelligence and a cardiologist who has worked in Silicon Valley for 20 years, Sotos is also an author, a medical technical consultant for television, and a military flight surgeon. He will present “Medicine and Information Technology: The Transformation is Not Yet Done” at the Forum on Tuesday, July 25, at 11:40 a.m. PDT. Wang, an author and inventor whose prior company pioneered surgical robotics, will deliver his address, “Telehealth: A Platform for Physician Innovation?” on Tuesday, July 25, at 4:25 p.m. PDT.
Other panels, breakout discussions and presentations will focus on population health management, surgery in the digital age, telemedicine in rural hospitals, neonatology telehealth services, tackling physician capacity and more. These sessions will be led by representatives from some of the best and the brightest drivers of the telehealth industry, including Saint Luke’s Health System, Mission Health, the Cardiovascular Institute of the South, Robotic Critical Care Services, Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center – Marshall, Intuitive Surgical, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Cerner Corporation, the Federation of State Medical Boards, the American Telemedicine Association, Agility Capital, the University of Saskatchewan, Direct Relief, HCA’s TriStar Division and others.
In addition, InTouch Health will be announcing several new innovations and features in response to the growing demands of enterprise telehealth for low- and high-acuity applications. These will be part of the InTouch Telehealth Network, a leading system that is growing at a rate of one hospital location per day and managing a clinical session every 3.5 minutes. The company currently partners with more than 1,600 care locations and serves more than 30 clinical specialties in the U.S. and in 34 countries.
For more information on the 11th Annual Telehealth Innovation Forum, including registrations, event details and a complete agenda, visit the conference event page.
About InTouch Health
InTouch Health provides its world class 24/7 monitored InTouch Telehealth Network, comprised of FDA-cleared and listed telehealth systems, clinical workflow solutions and software, and managed services to hospitals and health care systems for the delivery of clinical care, anytime, anywhere. Today, InTouch Health supports more than 130 health care systems, 5,800 network users and 1,600 care locations around the world as they deploy telehealth programs across their enterprises. InTouch Health has surpassed 850,000 network sessions, and 760,000 potentially life-saving telehealth sessions over the InTouch Telehealth Network, and is forecasted to manage more than 270,000 clinical sessions in 2017.