Untapped Innovation: Using Telehealth to Improve Resident Care & Gain the Edge Over the Competition

 | 10a.m. - 11:30a.m.

Join Hodgson Russ attorney Jane Bello Burke for a two-part telehealth webinar hosted by the NYS Health Facilities Association (NYSHFA) and NYS Center for Assisted Living (NYSCAL) on May 27 and June 19.  Jane will discuss the future for telehealth in the skilled nursing setting and how to use it to gain the edge over the competition.

PART I: Introduction to the use of telehealth in the long-term care setting (May 27, 2020)

  • Understand the pre-COVID rules that apply in the nursing home setting and how the rules changed during the COVID era
  • Anticipate how the regulatory landscape may change again after the pandemic is over
  • Identify options for telehealth technology (hint: it’s less complicated than you may think!)
  • Learn how some nursing homes are using telehealth now to deliver care to their residents

PART II: Explore the answers and do a deeper dive (June 19, 2020)

  • Understand how you can incorporate telehealth into your facility workflow to address common conditions and situations
  • Identify policies and procedures to guide telehealth workflow and streamline the delivery of care
  • Learn how to prepare for telehealth funding opportunities as they become available in the future
  • ​​Hear about lessons learned and (finally!) get answers to your questions

Who should attend: Healthcare professionals
Single session: $125 (NYSHFA members) / $175 (non-members)
Both sessions: $225 (NYSHFA members) / $250 (non-members)

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