The only telemedicine conference focused specifically on hospital-based acute care and its clinical, financial, and operational challenges

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Join us Tuesdays & Thursdays this Fall

October 21  |  October 26  |  October 28  |  November 2  |  November 4  |  November 9  |  November 11

Telemed IQ Summit—the only telemedicine conference focused specifically on hospital-based acute care and its clinical, financial, and operational challenges—has gone VIRTUAL!

While we wish we could get together in person, our first priority is your health and the health of our communities, colleagues, and patients.

Despite this change, we are confident that you will still receive an engaging learning experience while earning continuing education credits. Join us to hear from your colleagues and industry experts as they delve into best practices and lessons learned in using acute care telemedicine to solve for specialist shortages and expand access to high-quality specialty care.

Telemed IQ Summit 2021 will provide you innovation, insights, and intelligence throughout an impactful series of webinars, panel discussions, and networking events over the course of 4 weeks. Starting Thursday, October 21st we will hold two 30 minute sessions every Tuesday and Thursday through November 11th.

Registration is complimentary, but attendance is limited. Claim your ticket today!

Innovation, Insights, Intelligence

  • Kick off our conference with Dave Logan, author of New York Times Bestseller, Tribal Leadership.
  • Connect with telemedicine experts from health systems across the country
  • Learn best practices for expanding patient access to specialty care through telemedicine
  • Join live Q&A and virtual networking events
  • Earn CME and/or CEU credit hours
  • Enjoy SOC swag and other giveaways throughout the series
  • All content will be recorded so you can watch whenever it is convenient for you

Registration is easy and will only take a few seconds. After you’re registered, we will send you calendar invites for all of the sessions, pick and choose the ones you want to attend.

Keynote Speaker

Speakers

Dr. Sina Haeri

Vice President of Women's Health and Chief, Maternal-Fetal Medicine

SOC Telemed

OB, MFM, NICU, Pediatrics Telemedicine: What can't we do?

Traci Thibodeaux

Chief Executive Officer

Beauregard Health

Using Telemedicine to Enhance and Optimize Innovative Care Models

Erika Millsaps

Stroke Clinical Education Specialist

Reid Health

Achieving Consistently Outstanding Door-to-Needle Times: Reid Health Shares

Allison Swihart

Stroke Coordinator

Reid Health

Achieving Consistently Outstanding Door-to-Needle Times: Reid Health Shares

Felixia Colón

Senior Vice President

SCP Health

Innovations in Telemedicine

David Orcutt

Chief Executive Officer

Lake Granbury Medical Center

Breaking Down Barriers to Telemedicine Success: Managing Change and Achieving Clinical Acceptance

Dr. Paul Wright

AVP Neurosciences of Health Quest Facility

Nuvance Health

TBD

Brian Carpenter

National Director of Telemedicine

Sound Physicians

Telemedicine Strategy Beyond the Pandemic

Nick Sacco

Chief Operating Officer

Ob Hospitalist Group

OB, MFM, NICU, Pediatrics Telemedicine: What can't we do?

Dr. Stephen Morgan

Senior Vice President and CMIO

Carilion Clinic

Cybersecurity in Telemedicine

Dr. Jeff Eisen

Chief Medical Officer Behavioral Health Network

Multicare

TBD

Traci Richards

Manager of Behavorial Health Services

Chesapeake Regional

TBD

Calvin Heller

Director of Telehealth

UnityPoint Health

TBD

Dr. Sarah Pletcher

Vice President & Executive Medical Director, Virtual Care

Houston Methodist

TBD

Lindsey Perrotta

Stroke Coordinator

Ascension St. Vincent’s

TBD

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How teleCardiology can help reduce transfers and keep patients local

How teleCardiology can help reduce transfers and keep patients local

TeleMaternal-Fetal Medicine: How it can improve maternal health in your community

TeleMaternal-Fetal Medicine: How it can improve maternal health in your community

How a teleInfectious Disease Specialist Can Improve Patient Care and Help Hospitals Retain More Patients

How a teleInfectious Disease Specialist Can Improve Patient Care and Help Hospitals Retain More Patients

Reducing Door-to-Needle time with teleNeurology: King’s Daughters shares best practices

Operationalizing Acute Telemedicine in your Organization – Right Now

telePsychiatry Metrics, Outcomes and Patient Care – Our Journey

TelePsychiatry: Metrics, Outcomes and Patient Care

Achieving Primary Stroke Center Certification: Initial Outcomes

Roundtable: Improving the Patient Experience with Telemedicine

Transformation A TeleICU Success Story

Improving Access to Mental Health: A Rural Hospital Success Story

Building a Successful Stroke Program in a Community Emergency Department

Reduce Readmission Rates with Telemedicine A Case Study

Telehealth Reimbursement: Beyond Policy and Theory

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