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Telehealth and Medicine Today ; 7(4), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2026495


Financial Confidence Strategies is derived from Arkwright’s 2019 Telehealth and Medicine Today Journal published paper;Telehealth Financial Variables and Successful Business Models is predicated on a THMT article that was the second most downloaded paper in 2020 amidst the onset of COVID-19 and a global eruption of increased telehealth services. The presentation addresses telehealth growth, scale, ROI, investment strategy, and best practice.

Telehealth and Medicine Today ; 7(4), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2026494


Musculoskeletal disorders effect one in every two Americans costing $213 billion a year. They are also the #1 cause of disability worldwide. With advancements in medicine and technology, the cost and disability rates of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) continues to escalate. Speakers will discuss innovative ways to reduce the musculoskeletal epidemic through proven results and published research on the cost effectiveness of physical therapy (PT) and virtual care from employer, employee and overall impact on the healthcare market. Discussion topics Outcomes of specialty trained PTs in MDT vs traditional community care? What is PT Direct Access and what the APTA’s stance is on both DA and telePT? What does published research tell us about the cost effectiveness of PT Direct Access? Misdiagnosis and training vs MDs? What’s the primary dilemma of the traditional model of care for MSDS? How has teleheath impacted traditional care for MSDS? What are the strengths and weaknesses of telerehab? What are the main obstacles and misperceptions to Direct Access? Since COVID 19, what are the obstacles to telerehab? What are the outcomes for WorkComp, Self-Pay and Group Health?

Telehealth and Medicine Today ; 7(2), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2026492


Obtain a detailed perspective from the principal investigator of this landmark telehealth study paving the way for understanding gaps and to allow telehealth best practices to emerge, creating a more effective and resilient system of care delivery in the U.S. The COVID-19 Telehealth Impact Study was designed to describe the natural experiment of telehealth adoption during the pandemic. Using a large claims data stream and surveys of providers and patients, studying all 50 states to inform healthcare leaders. Biography Francis “FX” Campion serves as Principal Lead for Digital Health at MITRE with work focused on AI for healthcare, FHIR interoperability and the use of synthetic data for clinical modelling. He is a co-principal investigator for the COVID-19 Telehealth Impact Study. He serves as clinical consultant to the U.S. Government for the Federal COVID Response for Therapeutics. He is a practicing internal medicine physician at Atrius Health in Boston. Prior to work at MITRE he served as Senior Clinical Informaticist at IBM Watson Health where his team built machine learning and natural language processing applications for care of patients with diabetes and heart failure. Prior to that he served as the Chief Medical Officer for Ayasdi providing AI solutions for providers and payers. There he co-authored the book, “Machine Intelligence for Healthcare.”