Click the link below to watch the webinar on-demand and hear from health system and technology leaders about how providers are leveraging digital tools as services expand
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 marks a major turning point for digital health care in the United States as health systems have been forced to implement and accelerate projects for telemedicine and other digital tools to continue serving patients.
While many hospitals have been severely impacted by the need for social distancing and other measures to prevent spreading infection – affects that are still playing out across the country – the pandemic has also cemented the convenience of digital tools among providers and consumers, some of whom were previously reluctant to adopt new technologies.
The webinar from the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) focuses on how digital health tools and a fortified digital patient experience are permitting health systems to forge a “new normal” – one that more seamlessly integrates digital health and telemedicine.
The webinar covers:
- Digital health tools that are proving most instrumental in supporting health systems as they expand beyond essential care to important non-emergency needs and preventive care.
- How the pandemic has influenced health system digital health innovation priorities.
- What the COVID-19 pandemic illuminated about the future of the digital patient experience.