Foley Partner Nathaniel Lacktman, Chair of the firm’s Telemedicine Industry Team and Co-Chair of the firm’s Digital Health Group, will speak at the Connecting Michigan for Health conference on June 8, 2017. His panel presentation is titled, “Does Telehealth Change the Interoperability Conversation?”
While some organizations are achieving success with new and evolving telemedicine efforts, many still struggle to launch effective programs to support virtual visits, remote patient monitoring, and other telehealth solutions. What are best practices to clear the legal, technology, and logistics concerns with telemedicine?
Mr. Lacktman will be joined by an expert panel including:
For nearly a decade, Connecting Michigan for Health has brought together leading voices in the health care community to discuss ways to work together and improve care through better health information sharing. Policies and innovations take center stage, as speakers and attendees look at successes and challenges regarding health information exchange in Michigan and around the country. This year’s theme is “Connecting health care. Relieving burdens. Improving health.”
The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) is Michigan’s initiative to continuously improve health care quality, efficiency, and patient safety by promoting secure, electronic exchange of health information. MiHIN represents a growing network of public and private organizations working to overcome data sharing barriers, reduce costs, and ultimately advance the health of Michigan’s population.
Learn more and register for the event at ConnectMichigan.net.