If you're planning to attend the HIMSS annual conference in Orlando, Florida in two weeks -- and your work revolves around digital health, telehealth, or patient engagement -- MobiHealthNews wants to help you get the most out of the event.
We'll kick things off next week with a webinar with partner American Well. I'll present a few slides about trends to watch for in 2017 in digital health in general and telemedicine in particular. Then American Well CEO Roy Schoenberg will present his take on the most important recent developments in telemedicine and digital health that he sees dominating the HIMSS17 discussion. Finally, we're adding a provider perspective to the mix with Dr. Peter Fleischut, CIO at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Fleischut will give a report from the field on NYP's experience rolling out telemedicine. All three speakers will stick around for a Q&A.
That webinar will happen on Tuesday, February 7th at 2:00 pm Eastern. You can save some time by signing up now.
Then on Sunday, February 19th and Monday, February 20th in Orlando, get your HIMSS experience started at the Digital and Personal Connected Health event. We have two packed days of speakers from the Cleveland Clinic, Cedars-Sinai, Intermountain Healthcare, Partners HealthCare, Walgreens, and Independence Blue Cross, to name just a few. They'll be speaking on topics related to digital health technology, innovation, patient engagement and more.
I've been chatting with a few of those speakers over the last few weeks, including Cleveland Clinic Chief Experience Officer Dr. Adrienne Boissy; Cedars-Sinai Director of Health Services Research Dr. Brennan Spiegel; Dr. Lynda Chin, The University of Texas System’s associate vice chancellor for health transformation and chief innovation officer for health affairs; and Pamela Landis, vice president of information services at Carolinas Healthcare. Come join us!