Starting a Sustainable Community-based Remote Monitoring Program: What You Need to Succeed

Starting a Sustainable Community-based Remote Monitoring Program: What You Need to Succeed

Coordinated by the ATA Home Telehealth and Remote Monitoring Special Interest Group

This course will provide a practical approach to building a remote monitoring program. There are many studies and reports available that document the clinical, human resource and fiscal benefits of remote monitoring; however, there are few resources available to help those that wish to create or integrate a monitoring program into their existing health architecture. Many programs fail once started due to poor design. This course will provide practical, clear steps toward a sustainable, clinically excellent remote monitoring program. The presenters, established experts in the field, will share their many years' worth of combined wisdom, practical experience and lessons learned in an interactive, workshop presentation format.

Learning Objectives

• Identify key clinical, legal, human factors, business and financial concerns that need to be addressed in building a sustainable remote monitoring program.

• Select the most appropriate technologies - including hardware and software - for the learner’s target patient populations

• Understand the process of change in incorporating a successful remote monitoring program into an existing clinical and business architecture.

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Moderator

Laurie Poole, MHSA
Vice President, Telemedicine Solutions at Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN)