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Virtual care goes by many names throughout the world – telemedicine, telehealth, eHealth, telecare, mHealth – and the urgent adoption in the last year was fueled by a powerful combination of the pandemic and expanding consumer electronics market capabilities.

What comes next, or in other words, what will the “new normal” look like in the coming years with face-to-face and virtual health supporting global health?  What can we learn from comparing the virtual health lessons from the U.S. versus international locations?  What will patients and providers expect from virtual health moving forward? How can we optimally develop value and engagement strategies? 

These questions and many others will be addressed in a half-day event on 19 June 2021, led by EHTEL Member UPMC International, hosting a blend of recorded and live interactive sessions.  

This inaugural UPMC International - Virtual Health Conference 2021 will bring together some of the most distinguished telehealth experts across Europe and the U.S. and presents a terrific opportunity for virtual care specialists to connect virtually and share knowledge and experience in using telehealth to manage patient care. It will be a half-day virtual event.

The conference will be held from 8 a.m. to Noon (EDT) on Saturday 19 June 2021.  The program will cover the two main session focus topics:

- Virtual Health Tech
How 2020 Set the Stage for the Next Norm ​

- How Patients are Engaging with Virtual Care  
How UPMC is encouraging adoption?

There will be a closing keynote discussing the UPMC International Growth Strategy and International Virtual Health Application. 

For more information, visit the event website

Topics

Virtuale care,telemedicine, telehealth, eHealth, telecare, mHealth

Practical information

Date : 19/06/2021 Location : Online Time: 14:00 > 18:00

Members

  • UPMC Italy
    Working Member
    Italy
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