TAW 2022 ATA Webinars

ATA Webinars

During Telehealth Awareness Week, the ATA and our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) will host a series of webinars focused on the most important issues surrounding telehealth and virtual care.

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Telerehabilitation: Innovating the Hybrid Patient Experience

TeleRehabilitation SIG
September 19, 2022
1-2pm ET

The world-wide Public Health Emergency of COVID- 19 brought opportunities for rehabilitation practitioners to provide telehealth services to the population at large. This webinar will discuss current innovative, hybrid telerehabilitation programming infrastructure and services models in current best practices and use case testimonials.

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Global Telehealth – Asynchronous Care Opportunities Around the World

International / Global SIG
September 19, 2022
3-4pm ET

Worldwide care is only a few clicks away. Join this session to hear from four organizations that are offering specialty care in many places on the planet!

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Aging on the Move

Healthy Aging SIG
September 20, 2022
11am-12pm ET

Science tells us that it is important to stay as active as possible as you age for vitality and quality of life. This panel will discuss how people can maintain mobility and prevent disability as we age including social aspects. How can telehealth help people stay active and social as they age? Will there need to be more innovation to help us “age on the move”?

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Special Report! The ATA’s Advisory Group on Using Telehealth to Eliminate Disparities and Inequities: How Digital Infrastructure Interacts with Life Expectancy

Virtual
September 20, 2022
1-2pm ET

This webinar provides an analysis on the correlation between life expectancy (as a proxy for health outcomes) and internet connectivity. The goal is to provide regulators, legislators, healthcare executives, and clinicians a pragmatic set of insights to target and prioritize areas of greatest need (defined by low connectivity and low life expectancy), and using the ATA’s Framework for Eliminating Health Disparities Using Telehealth, create an approach that leverages one of several elements that must be addressed to eliminate disparities.

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Trend Session: Home Testing Use Cases & Reimbursement

Home Testing SIG
September 20, 2022
1-2:30pm ET

A moderated panel of home test experts come together to share their frontline experiences with breaking through to broad scale deployment on new Home Testing use cases, and share their visions for the expansion of telehealth when married to home testing and debate how far home testing can go, before it has gone too far.

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Telemental Health to Increase Equity in Mental Health Care Access

Mental Health SIG
September 20, 2022
3-4pm ET

A moderated discussion on a range of telemental health modalities to reach various patient populations. Panelists will discuss how telemental health has been used to reach adolescents, at risk populations, and will also provide an update on 9-8-8.

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Home and Community Telehealth: When Patient Care is About More Than Just the Numbers

Home & Community SIG
September 21, 2022
11am-12pm ET

Home and Community Telehealth Co-chairs, Kathy Duckett, MSN and Alexis Silver, MBA will explain the value of providing telehealth in the home or place of residence through individualized care and education; using the mind-body connection to improve health literacy, support medication adherence and reinforce healthy behaviors, improving health outcomes and maintaining or improving levels of patient satisfaction.

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Telehealth Policy Update

Government Relations SIG
September 21, 2022
12-1pm ET

Join us for a panel discussion on Telehealth Policy, and how telehealth policy impacts consumers and patients. The session will be moderated by Alexis Gilroy, Co-Leader of the Health Care & Life Sciences Practice at Jones Day, and a co-chair of ATA’s Government Relations Special Interest Group.

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Big Telemedicine Experiences – in Tapas-Sized Presentations

TeleICU / Acute Care SIG
September 21, 2022
1-2pm ET

Presented by members of the ATA TeleICU/Acute Care SIG, this session anticipates tasty, tapas-sized presentations of 5-7 minutes that highlight a key insight, experience, learning, viewpoint, or outcome of acute care telemedicine.

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Leveraging IoT and Telehealth in DCTs for recruitment and retention of diverse participants

Decentralized Clinical Trials SIG
September 21, 2022
2-3pm ET

Telehealth technology can help recruit, retain and engage more diverse participants in clinical trials. This panel will discuss diversity in recruitment, what has worked, and what else needs to be addressed to have a better mix of participants who fully reflect populations who would benefit from the therapies being researched.

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Reaching the Unreachable: Connecting to Patients Past the WiFi Signal

Telehealth Technology SIG
September 21, 2022
3-4pm ET

The panel discussion will explore how to establish telehealth and technological infrastructure to reach consumers and patients in remote and hard-to-reach areas. The speakers bring expertise in providing telehealth clinical care to at-risk and remote populations, using low/middle earth orbit satellites and wifi/cellular range extension for connectivity, and audio-only and store-and-forward telehealth.

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What is Asynchronous Telehealth?

Async Telehealth SIG
September 22, 2022
11am-12pm ET

Asynchronous care has become a critical part of health care delivery. This panel will review examples of asynchronous telehealth, what it means to them, review discrepancies in how states look at async telehealth, and review examples of async use cases (dermatology, telemental, acute care, etc.) and the overall advantages of asynchronous technologies to consumers, patients and providers.

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How Digital Healthcare Transformation Affects Patient Access

Digital Transformation SIG
September 22, 2022
2-3pm ET

This webinar will review how digital healthcare transformation affects patient access while having a net zero or even reductive effect on individual workload, and how it can allow organizations to focus more on the actual care than the administrative burdens that hamper access to care.

We will also preview early findings from the ATA’s Provider Telehealth Engagement Model.

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Remote Monitoring 101

Remote Monitoring SIG
September 22, 2022
3-4pm ET

Interested in Remote Monitoring but wondering what you don’t know? Join us for an introduction to Remote Patient (RPM) and Remote Therapeutic (RTM) Monitoring. Our panel will discuss definitions, history of Remote Monitoring, key use cases, coding, and CMS Reimbursement History, as well as broader policy activity.

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