PHI's Center for Connected Health Policy to Present at the 5th Annual Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring Summit
December 13, 2016
Incorporating telehealth and remote patient monitoring practices into disease management has been shown to increase access to care, improve outcomes, and decrease health care costs. Join the 5th Annual Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring Summit to hear best practices for integrating technology into clinical care to meet the demand for efficient, high quality care.
5th Annual Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring Summit
January 25-26, 2017; Atlanta, GA
PHI's Center for Connected Health Policy's executive director, Mario Gutierrez, will be discussing "the Status of Reimbursement and the ROI of Telehealth and Remote Monitoring Programs." In this session, Mario will examine the trends in legislation affecting telehealth, research demonstrating telehealth and remote patient monitoring effectiveness, and what to expect in the future for reimbursement.
To view the full agenda or register for this event, please visit the World Congress website.