Every segment of the healthcare industry is reimagining the impact of virtual and hybrid care as services continue migrating toward more accessible, lower cost sites of care— including the home. As the industry grapples with tremendous headwinds, we are seeing permanent shifts in care delivery models to address the challenges of cost, utilization, access, and safety. Telehealth Academy III is an associated event with Nashville Healthcare Sessions.
“A Health & Human Services report detailed a 63-fold increase in the use of telehealth by Medicare beneficiaries, from 840,000 annual encounters in 2019 to approximately 52.7 million encounters in 2020. Two years later we continue to see telehealth solutions contribute significantly to the healthcare industry. It’s clear that telehealth is not a Covid novelty.”
– Eric Thrailkill, Chairman Project Healthcare
Now, more than ever, healthcare leaders are implementing technology-enabled solutions, addressing workforce challenges, and seeking innovations to address access, equity, cost and consumer experiences.
It is time to reimagine and rebuild an industry together. Telehealth Academy is of particular interest to those who appreciate the impact of the Nashville-based healthcare expertise on care delivery – across the country and internationally.
Telehealth Academy III is intended for executives across clinical, financial, operations, technology, and legal compliance areas—from early stage innovators to industry leaders, and including the voices of the patients, providers, employers, and financiers of healthcare.
Opening Keynote by Paul Keckley
“Navigating Headwinds: Fostering Sustainable Innovation in Telehealth in Partnership with CHiME” Panel
“Harnessing the Power of Generative AI: Revolutionizing Telehealth, Virtual Care, and Digital Health” Panel
“Health Care Legislation Pending in the 118th Congress and How Companies Can Better Influence What Happens Next” Panel
“Reimagining Care: Unleashing the Power of Virtual Care to Empower Patients and Relieve Burden” Panel
“Venture Capital and Private Equity Perspectives: Navigating the Telehealth Investment Landscape” Panel
“Revolutionizing Healthcare Delivery: Exploring Hospital-at-Home and Care-at-Home Capabilities” Panel
“Innovations in Inpatient Acute Care Telehealth: Enhancing Patient Outcomes through Virtual Solutions” Panel
Fireside Chat – Cindy Baier, NHCC Chair and Brookdale Senior Living CEO
Nashville pioneered innovation in hospital and facility-based care a half-century ago and now is championing care delivery models that add digital care outside of traditional walls. Nashville is home to a diverse healthcare cluster with leaders in a number of industry niches that impact the healthcare landscape locally, nationally, and internationally.
500+ Healthcare Companies located in Nashville
Globally, Nashville Healthcare creates $97B in revenue and 550K jobs
Locally, Nashville Healthcare creates $67B in benefits and 328K jobs
17 Publicly traded major healthcare companies are headquartered in Nashville