Telemedicine Update: Provider and Patient Perspectives

May 8th, 2017 by Kareo

Come join us at the next #KareoChat on Thursday, May 11 at 9 AM PT, when @drtom_kareo will guide use through a conversation on how providers and payers have been impacted by the initial wave of adoption of telemedicine. We’ll talk about what to expect from telemed in the future and what to look out for.

Here are the chat questions to help you prepare your thoughts and join the conversation.

  1. In the last two years how has adoption of telemedicine changed by providers/payers?
  2. How have patients responded to telemedicine ?
  3. What are the proven benefits of telemedicine?
  4. What are the reported pitfalls of Telemedicine?
  5. Given the current trajectory where will telemedicine be in the next two years?

Bring your questions, post them to #KareoChat ahead of time, or tweet them to the host @drtom_kareo or @GoKareo. Hope to see you there!

About the Host

Dr. Tom GiannulliTom Giannulli, M.D., M.S., is the chief medical information officer at Kareo. He is a respected innovator in the medical technology arena with more than 15 years of deep experience in mobile technology and medical software development. Previously, Tom was chief medical information officer at Epocrates and he was the founder and chief executive officer of Caretools, which developed the first iPhone-based EHR. Prior to that, Tom drove a number of key mobile healthcare technology innovations as VP of Advanced Research for Data Critical and the founder and CEO of Physix. He holds a M.S. in biomedical engineering from the University of Utah and earned his M.D. from the University of Texas at Houston where he completed his residency in internal medicine.

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