Hear from our expert panel on anticipated innovations in acute care telemedicine.
As we continue to progress toward value-based care, patient experience and satisfaction is a key factor. What is the acceptance of virtual care in an emergency situation? .
How telemedicine can integrate with population health goals to help hospitals improve outcomes and provide better care in communities and extend their clinical reach.
Review of the clinical quality process in a virtual hospital, as well as the data and analytics used to measure outcomes and drive continual improvement.
Discussion on how organizations can use benchmarking data to improve clinical performance.
Learn how one hospitalist group reduced readmission rates from skilled nursing facilities with telemedicine.
Panel discussion on practical issues surrounding telemedicine reimbursement, including lessons learned, successes, and barriers. Multiple perspectives including legal, financial, operational, and compliance.
Best practices in telemedicine implementation project management can help organizations grow their telemedicine footprint faster and easier.
Learn the key factors that should be analyzed to understand telemedicine ROI in order to assess existing programs and build business cases for new programs.
Night Out in Nashville
Evening networking event
Date: November 6-8, 2019 | Cost: $499
Omni Nashville Hotel Nashville, TN
We have a room block for SOC Telemed. The rate is $319 per night
Address: 250 5th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Reserve your room at the Omni Hotel here
Air: Fly into Nashville International Airport (BNA)
Drive: Self-parking is available at the Music City Center garage adjacent to the hotel for $24+ tax per day with in/out privileges.
Dress code for the conference is business casual
We invite you bring your cowboy boots and jeans for our Nashville Night Out
Average temperatures in November are 60 day/40 night
A light jacket and an umbrella are recommended
At the Telemed IQ Summit, attendees will have the opportunity to assemble snack packs for teens and young adults experiencing homelessness in Nashville. We’ll be working with Oasis Center, where over 3,000 youth and families turn for help and direct support every year.
Oasis Center provides a wide range of opportunities that reflect the diverse needs of youth and their families, from crisis intervention to youth leadership and community engagement to college and career access. SOC is proud of our commitment to help the communities where we work and travel.
Summit attendees will be our guests for a Night Out in Nashville at the Wildhorse Saloon.
The Wildhorse Saloon is a country and western-themed restaurant with live music, the largest dancefloor in Tennessee, and award-winning Southern smokehouse cuisine. It is the only venue in Nashville to offer FREE daily line dance lessons.
Bring your boots! (Rhinestones optional.)