Does your hospital have a solid telemedicine plan for its economic future? Watch the On-Demand webinar for a detailed, practical approach to launching telemedicine.
Telemedicine is becoming a standard part of hospital care. Its use is 38 times higher than before the pandemic and continues to grow as more hospitals see the benefits of expanded care and new revenue. According to McKinsey research, about 40% of consumers said they will continue to use telemedicine, a jump of more than three times prior use. “Telemedicine is set to remain a permanent and integral part of medical care,” McKinsey says.
Healthcare systems that add telemedicine to their service portfolio have a better chance of being financially sound 10 years from now, and being able to offer revenue producing specialty care, full in-patient coverage and better patient outcomes.
Getting Started with Telemedicine
Eagle Telemedicine works with hospitals to launch or expand their telemedicine services and we recognize telemedicine can seem like a daunting endeavor. That is why we have developed a webinar that enables you to “begin at the beginning” and offers best practice tips to detail moving from consideration to implementation.
You’ll hear from Davis Greene, Nash UNC Health Care’s Vice President of Operations, on how he implemented an effective Eagle Telemedicine program with successful staff and patient adoption.
Eagle Telemedicine’s Jason Povio, President and COO, covers in-depth best practices in developing a telemedicine program and explore how to successfully move your program to launch. They include:
- Selecting a telemedicine engagement model
- Onboarding a telemedicine provider smoothly
- Setting telemedicine response metrics
- Training staff for telemedicine success
- Building telemedicine into your hospital’s sustainability model
These practices will give you the foundational structure to implement a customized telemedicine program for your hospital that meets patient care needs and increases revenue.
This on-demand webinar is an educational and practical look at the steps to take, to develop and implement an effective telemedicine model for your hospital. Access the webinar here!