In this session, we will discuss what telehealth is, and what it means in the continuum of care. Throughout the presentation, Jenni will provide examples of how telehealth is improving patient outcomes and how legislation, regulations, and payment models are changing to encourage technology and innovative program adoption.
1. Establish knowledge of telehealth practice and use potentials.
2. Learn how technology utilization is a game changer in all areas of the healthcare and long-term care industries and why understanding value based care, patient outcomes, and quality of service is essential to stay relevant in the future markets.
3. Provide an opportunity to have open dialect on questions concerning new care delivery methodology and the need to move from traditional fee for service healthcare to community based and increased access models.
Time & Presenter
10:00 am – 11:30 am MT
You will have the opportunity to submit questions during the registration process and during the presentation.
Jenni Gudapati, MBA, RN, Value-Based Healthcare Program Director
Boise State University College of Health Sciences
Jenni Gudapati MBA RN works for Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences as the Value-Based Healthcare Program Director. Jenni has dedicated her career to combining both her clinical nursing and passion for business development, growth, and lean management. She has served on both State and National Boards and has been very active in her community and collaborating with both State and Federal healthcare and legislative leaders. She is currently co-chair for the Healthcare Transformation Council of Idaho’s Telehealth Task Force and member of The Boise Chamber’s Healthcare Advisory Board.
Jenni has presented to both State and National Association Conferences on Telehealth, Innovative Health Delivery and Payment Models, as well as Lean Management in Healthcare. Her passion for higher quality with lower cost health care delivery, stems from her experience working in the ED, CCU, and Home Health settings. She is a strong patient-outcome and patient centered care model, advocate that loves working with people to create innovative and efficient health care deliveries. Her years of experience as an industry leader has fostered the belief that technology and common-sense healthcare can not only reduce costs but improve patient lives.
None at this time.
1.5 CEUs possible.
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One  CEU is awarded for every sixty  minutes of actual live ZOOM webinar presentation time.
CEUs are awarded only to those individuals:
- Who are “registered” for the LIVE ZOOM webinar (no substitutions are made). Registered attendees receive a log-in link unique to the registrant and with a note that the link is “unique” and not to be shared, and with an additional NOTE: “IF you share your unique registration link or the phone number, you risk losing CEUs for this program!”
- In actual attendance of the presentation (ZOOM “Attendance Report” documents actual time logged-in and logged-out. During the housekeeping comments, registered attendees are informed “to receive CEUs you must attend the entire presentation and complete the polling question at the end of the presentation.”
- At the end of the presentation a polling question is provided for the registered attendee to “certify they have attended the entire presentation.”
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