Telehealth And Telemedicine (2014)
2.0 MCLE Credits
A recent study found that the market for telehealth services is projected to grow globally at an annual rate of over 15% from 2013 to 2018, with a $35.1 billion industry projected by 2018. This panel is the first in a series looking at telehealth and telemedicine in New York State. The speakers will be address the benefits of, roadblocks to and possible next steps toward better telehealth services in the State. The faculty also provides perspectives from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Legislature.
– The difference between telehealth and telemedicine
– How can telemedicine be used to improve health care in New York?
– Roadblocks and possible solutions in adopting telehealth
– Telehealth issues being considered by the New York State Department of Health
– Legislative efforts in the New York State Legislature
Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, Chair, Health Committee, New York State Assembly
Samuel J. Servello, Partner, Moses & Singer, LLP
Rae Ann Vitali, Health Program Administrator, New York State Department of Health
Total Credits: 2.00 | Areas of Professional Practice: 2.00
- Online On-Demand