Increasing Patient Satisfaction by Transitioning to Self Care

Increasing Patient Satisfaction by Transitioning to Self Care

This Webinar Features a Case Study by Mercy Health System

Chris Otto, SVP of MobileHelp Healthcare Division, and David Taylor, RN, Supervisor of Telehealth Services for the Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) of the Rockford Area, present a webinar on how you can increase patient satisfaction through transition to self care. They discuss the results of a joint pilot study between MobileHelp and VNA of the Rockford Area on how long-term patient monitoring leads to better outcomes and higher patient satisfaction.

This 1-hour webinar examines the real-life advantages of incorporating a step-down monitoring solution for patients transitioning from a traditional clinical-oversight telehealth program back into “regular life.” Learn how your organization can increase patient satisfaction through transition to self care.

Introduction:

MobileHelp Board Member, Harry Leider, MD, presents the introduction with an overview of the changing landscape of remote patient monitoring and population health. Dr. Leider is Chief Medical Officer and Group Vice President of Walgreens.

 

Moderator:

Sara Russell Rodriguez, Vice President of Clinical Services, Honeywell Life Care Solutions. Ms. Russell Rodriguez’s areas of expertise include telemedicine, digital health and population health management.

 

 

Chris Otto

Presenter:

Chris A. Otto, Senior Vice President MobileHelp Healthcare Division

 

 

Presenter: 

David Taylor, RN, Supervisor of Telehealth Services VNA for Mercy Health System
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