The Delaware Health Care Commission (HCC) recently announced the dates for a Delaware State Innovation Models (SIM) Telehealth Learning Lab Webinar Series, hosted by Health Management Associates (HMA).
The webinar series aligns with the SIM Grant work being accomplished throughout the state. Specifically, the program design and implementation align with the behavioral health integration efforts and address shortages in specialty clinicians and concerns that have been broached through the primary care collaborative and transformation workgroup.
This webinar series, and telehealth in general, provide opportunities for cost savings throughout the health care system and a true transformation in how and where health care is delivered.
All Delaware practices and partners should join the Telehealth Learning Lab Webinar Series.
There are six webinars scheduled at noon on various days throughout January 2019. Please see the schedule and topic for each webinar:
Dates and Topics:
Thursday, January 10, 2019 - Digitally Integrated Primary Care and Behavioral Health
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - Additional Technology Enhanced Solution in Health Care Delivery
Thursday, January 18, 2019 - Telehealth Reimbursement and Payment Models
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - Telehealth Business Plan Development and Readiness Assessment
Thursday, January 24, 2019 - Vendor and Equipment Selection
Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - Use Cases from the Field
For more information about the Delaware-SIM Telehealth Learning Lab Webinar Series, including the links for each webinar, visit ChooseHealthDE.com.
Questions should be directed toward Health Management Associates Consultant, Mary Kate Broussseau, at email@example.com.
The Delaware Health Care Commission was created by the Delaware General Assembly to develop a plan for affordable health care for all Delawareans. It is a public/private endeavor focused on policy-setting around access, quality and cost.
Health Management Associates is a national research and consultant firm. They provide technical assistance and resources to the public sector. Their recent work focuses on transforming health care delivery and signifying useful insights from complex data.