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Free Webinar: Inside the Rise of Telemedicine & Senior Housing

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Free Webinar
November 7, 2017
1 PM Central

Telehealth is rising as a leading solution to reduce costs and provide more convenient care across the health care spectrum. And with it, telemedicine—where clinical care is actually delivered remotely, is becoming a viable solution in some settings. 
 
Senior housing operators, which interact with healthcare practitioners daily, stand to gain in major ways through the rise of telemedicine. While the industry has been slow to adopt this new care format, some have already begun and they are seeing results. 
 
Join experts spanning physicians, researchers and senior living operators to learn about how your senior housing community can create a plan for telemedicine. 
 
Highlights include: 
  • How one senior living provider has launched a telemedicine project in partnership with a major local health system
  • How physicians view senior living as a viable setting for providing telemedicine
  • A discussion of terminology around telemedicine and telehealth, and examples of where these innovative solutions are already being used in day-to-day healthcare
     
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David Lindeman, PhD
Director, CITRIS Health, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute
UC Berkele
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Davis Park
Director
Front Porch Center for Innovation & Wellbeing

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Eduardo Vadia, M.D.
Managing Partner and Co-Founder
Access Physicians

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Ginna Baik
Moderator
Strategic Business Development Executive
CDW Healthcare

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