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Unlocking Healthcare's “Digital Front Door” with Integrated Virtual Care

A conversation with these panelists about how an organization knows which patients should be engaged in virtual care, the best ways to engage the patients in virtual care, and then how you measure whether the virtual care provided was successful or not:
- Steven Lazer, Global Healthcare CTO at Dell Technologies
- Pete Stevenson, President and COO/CSO at eCare21
- Gail Zahtz, Vice President Continuum of Care at Centers Health Care
- Jamey Edwards, CEO and Co-Founder at Cloudbreak Health
- John Lynn, Founder and Chief Editor at Healthcare IT Today (moderator)
Recorded Jul 16 2020 48 mins
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    What’s In It for You
    • See how the deployment of a modern AI and computer vision-based infrastructure can enhance your safety and security framework today and tomorrow
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    - Pete Stevenson, President and COO/CSO at eCare21
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