2017 Telehealth Bootcamp Series


Broadband Illinois
McDermott Will & Emery and Broadband Illinois

 

Dates May 16, 2017 and September 12, 2017
Time
8:00 – 3:45 pm CDT
Locations McDermott Will & Emery
444 W. Lake Street
Chicago, IL 60606
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The Second Annual Telehealth Law Forum invites both those new to and those already working in telehealth to attend its two-event Multi-Disciplinary Telehealth Bootcamp Series.  Participants will hear from legal, compliance, operational, clinical and technology authorities about “what it takes” to build and operate a successful telehealth program.  Along with an overview of historical uses and exciting new possibilities in the field, participants in the May 16 event will learn about key legal issues, compliance and liability considerations, clinical and operational challenges, plus revenue opportunities of telehealth.  Participants in the September 12 event will apply learning and insight garnered from the May 16 event to case studies in an interactive setting intended to allow participants to “ask the experts” their questions and receive useful feedback.  The aim is for participants in both events to take back to their organizations practical pointers and experience-tested strategies for building and operating successful telehealth programs.

 

May 16 Agenda - View Photos from the May Event Here

1. Overview of Historical Uses and Future Possibilities 

2. Key State and Federal Legal Issues (divided into two sessions)

  • Licensure
  • Standard of Care
  • Scope of Practice and Remote Prescribing
  • Patient Consent and Access
  • Corporate Practice Prohibitions
  • Fraud and Abuse
  • Privacy and Security

3. Compliance and Liability Considerations 

4. Clinical and Operational Challenges 

5. Revenue Opportunities 

 

September 12 Agenda

1. Overview of and Updates on Key State and Federal Legal Issues and Industry Developments 

2. Ask the Experts:  Working Group Sessions (Pick your area of interest) 

  • Hospital-Based Programs (e.g., telestroke, teleICU)
  • Direct to Consumer
  • Post-Acute/Home Health
  • Mental Health (including addiction treatment)
  • Rural Care

3. Ask the Experts:  Working Group Sessions (Pick your second area of interest) 

  • Hospital-Based Programs (e.g., telestroke, teleICU)
  • Direct to Consumer
  • Post-Acute/Home Health
  • Mental Health (including addiction treatment)
  • Rural Care

 4. What’s On the Telehealth Horizon? 

 

Hotel Information

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Non-Profit Supporting Organizations:

  • ACT|The App Association
  • Adler University
  • Erisa Industry Committee (ERIC)
  • Health IT Now
  • Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys
  • Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network
  • Illinois Psychiatric Society
  • Illinois Rural Health Association
  • Illinois Telecommunications Association
  • Rush University Medical Center
  • Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center

 

 

 

For more information about the Telehealth Law Forum Series and sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Nancy L. Kaszak or Lisa Schmitz Mazur.

Continuing education credits may be available for certain professions.

Design courtesy of McDermott Will & Emery

 

 

 

Purchase tickets for the 2017 Telehealth Series Here

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