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  • Elizabeth Ziemba

Join us April 17! Technology for International Transitions of Care: Digital Health & Remote Patient Monitoring

with John Morris & Irving Stackpole

Medical transitions of care are times of very high risk. When a patient is discharged from hospital to home many things can go wrong. Research has shown that these transitions of care too often result in unnecessary further treatments or even readmissions to hospital. It is estimated that 1/5 of these unnecessary readmissions could be prevented through better coordination and communications.

For example, Project RED has been demonstrated to reduce unnecessary hospital readmissions by up to 20%. These transitions of care become even more complicated when patients travel from one location to another for care.

One ray of hope for reducing problems associated with international transitions of care are new and emerging technologies, including various forms of AI and remote patient monitoring.

In this program, John Morris Sr. Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at iNaira Healthcare] and Irving Stackpole will discuss the leading edge of technological solutions being used to reduce the risks of clinical complications and improve outcomes among international medical travelers. In addition to reviewing current technical improvements to transitions of care, the program will address how these are integrated into comprehensive programs to improve clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction and cooperation between hospitals and other medical providers across borders.

John and Irving will discuss how these programs can:

  • Enhance Communication: assuring better understanding and expectations between and among patients, families, and providers

  • Personalize Care Plans: · tailoring the Transitional Care Plan for the needs of each patient and their caregiving network

  • Provide Early Intervention and Alerts: providing clear instructions about when to contact the provider, and what to do if important clinical symptoms emerge

  • Offer Remote Consultations and Follow-ups: giving patients, their families and providers confidence that questions can be promptly answered

  • Patient Education and Empowerment: assuring that patients and their caregivers are engaged with participating in their own care

  • Data Analytics and Predictive Modeling: looking at how today’s data can become tomorrow’s tool for identifying high-risk cases in advance

  • Leverage AI to reduce the administrative burden of delivering care

Join us on Wednesday, April 17 at 12 PM EST this informative presentation and discussion. And share this with your colleagues who will be interested to learn about transitions of care and how these can be improved.


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