Virtual Care: How to Turn a Short-term Fix into a Long-term Strategy
A team that took on virtual care as crisis management in 2020 has evolved it into a long-term strategy for better clinical workflows, patient experiences, and operational benchmarks. Join team members of the virtual care initiative from Lehigh Valley Health Network to hear their journey with virtual care, including what technologies and use cases they’ve tried, what they’ve learned from patients and staff, and what they’re doing next for the future of virtual care implementations. They’ll share lessons and anecdotes from their own experiences, as well as tips for implementing your own virtual care initiatives.
– Identify use cases for virtual care at your hospital.
– Determine the best technology option to deploy virtual care.
– Operationalize virtual care strategies across your organization.
Marjorie Lavin, BSN, MHA, RN-BC | Director, Clinical Informatics, Lehigh Valley Health Network
Joe Napolitano, PhD, MPH, RN, CRNP, FAAN | VP Network Operations & Nursing Liaison Services, Lehigh Valley Health Network
Jaclyn Stine, MBA, CPHIMS | Clinical Informaticist, Lehigh Valley Health Network
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