Nathaniel’s presentation is titled, “Telehealth Revisited: Using Virtual Care in Physician Practices.” T.J.’s presentation is titled, “Utilizing Wearables & Apps to Drive Revenue.”
The FMA Summit will discuss the magnitude of savings by better utilizing virtual health and how physicians can incorporate wearables, mobile health tracking, telemedicine and more into their practices when treating chronic care patients. Today’s tech-savvy patients aren’t just looking for physicians online. They’re incorporating wearable technology into their everyday lives and want higher levels of digital interaction with their health care providers. Is your practice ready? Are your patients able to schedule appointments online? Are you able to monitor their health digitally? The FMA 2016 Digital Health Summit will educate attendees on how to position their medical practice for success in an increasingly mobile world.
For more information or to register for this event, visit the FMA Digital Health Summit website.