Sustaining Ongoing Care During and Post Pandemic: Two Health Systems Highlight Their Scheduled Virtual Visit Strategy

July 15, 11:00am, MDT - 12:00pm, MDT

10AM PST / 11AM MST

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What you'll learn

Many health systems leveraged on-demand virtual visits to triage patients and facilitate testing during the COVID-19 pandemic. But these organizations quickly realized that virtual care would also play a large role in providing ongoing care to existing patients. In this webinar, you’ll hear how two health systems rapidly scaled their telehealth programs to keep delivering care while brick-and-mortar locations remained closed.

Penn State Health, a multi-hospital health system in central Pennsylvania, onboarded more than 800 providers onto its virtual platform to provide ongoing care in several specialties. Norman Regional Health System in Oklahoma went from having one specialist using telehealth to nearly 200 and saw a threefold month-over-month increase in scheduled virtual visits. Register for the webinar to learn how these health systems:

Learning Points:

  • Quickly onboarded and trained an unprecedented number of providers on telehealth
  • Used technology to integrate virtual care into the provider experience
  • Engaged patients and encouraged the use of video visits for routine in-person care
  • Saw extraordinary results that are shaping organizational strategy