What Do Operations Managers Need to Know About Risk Management in Telehealth and Why?
Wednesday, March 10 at Noon CT
CE Credit: 1
In this webinar, the speaker will discuss different tools and strategies that can be leveraged to mitigate compliance risk.
Operationalizing the delivery of patient care by telehealth can be challenging in a complex regulatory environment. In this webinar, we’ll discuss tools and tactics telehealth leaders and managers can leverage to mitigate compliance risk
- • Discuss the range of legal issues surrounding telehealth
- • Review implications of COVID on the future of telehealth
- • Identify strategies for minimizing risks associated with telehealth
For questions regarding this webinar, contact ASHRMEd@aha.org
Mary. Lowry has worked in healthcare administration at Dartmouth-Hitchcock for 25 years. For the past five years, she has served as the Administrative Director for the D-H Connected Care Center for Telehealth. Dartmouth-Hitchcock has been providing formalized telemedicine services in Northern New England since 2012, ensuring patients receive the specialty care they need, close to home. Its 24/7 acute care services - TeleEmergency, TeleNeurology, TeleICU, TelePsychiatry, and TeleICN – have been involved with supporting or delivering care to more than 20,000 patients to date, helping those patients remain in their local hospitals. D-H TelePharmacy has processed more than 2.3 million medication orders; and D-H Connected Care has conducted more than 250,000 outpatient virtual visits. Ms. Lowry has organizational and financial responsibility for D-H Connected Care operations and development and implementation of new initiatives, and is currently representing the New Hampshire Hospital Association on the New Hampshire Commission to Study Telehealth.