May 3 at 10:00 am PDT | The 21st Century Home: Health Hub of the Future
Pandemic-driven expansion in virtual care revealed the potential of homes as hubs for health. The spectrum of opportunities is rapidly growing—from the now-familiar telehealth appointment to cutting-edge passive monitoring technologies that can collect and transmit physiologic data and information about well-being to providers and caregivers. Projections estimate that up to $250 billion in US health-care spending could shift to virtual care. As record numbers of health plans and systems develop technology partnerships and acquire startups for the delivery of home-based clinical care, the lines between conventional health-care delivery and home-based care are blurring. Panelists will look at how we can build on this momentum to improve systems of care as we look to the future.
Physician; Host, TED Health Podcast
President, Best Buy Health
Chief Medical Officer, US Digital Health Service Business, Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
Executive Vice President, External Affairs, Communications and Brand, The Permanente Federation
National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, US Department of Health and Human Services