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Grand Rounds: Strategic Opporunities to Leverage Telehealth in Primary Care Settings
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/8/2020
When: Thursday, October 8, 2020
7:00 AM
Where: Zoom Virtual Conference
Contact: Molly Jones
608-443-2957

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Grand Rounds: Strategic Opportunities to Leverage Telehealth in Primary Care Settings

Thursday, October 8th from 7:00 – 8:30am

Via Zoom

 

Overview: Dr. Judd Hollander, a national clinical leader in the advancement of telemedicine, will join WPHCA to share his insights on strategic opportunities to leverage telehealth to beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual Grand Rounds is intended to support Wisconsin Health Centers’ strategic visioning on how telehealth can be optimized in primary care service delivery models with a focus on the clinical application of telehealth technologies. There will be about 30 minutes dedicated to Q&A and discussion. Register today!

 

Targeted Audience: Primary Care Providers, Chief Medical Officers; also, Operations, anyone at the Health Centers touching the clinical/operational sides of telehealth. This event is open to WPHCA Members only.

 

Speaker: Dr. Judd Hollander is Associate Dean for Strategic Health Initiatives at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University and Professor and Vice Chair of Finance and Healthcare Enterprises in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He is responsible for identifying, developing, implementing and measuring the success of innovative health care delivery opportunities across the enterprise. Dr. Hollander has led initiatives including, JeffConnect (a telehealth consulting firm), the National Academic Center for Telehealth, and Jefferson Urgent Care’s telehealth program. Dr. Hollander also has an emergency medicine clinical research program focused on risk stratification and treatment of patients with potential acute coronary syndromes and congestive heart failure.

 

Please contact Molly Jones (mjones@wphca.org) with any questions.