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Telehealth Rising: Practical Insights and Strategies for Success

Tuesday July 26, 2016 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT

Telehealth technology is gaining popularity among health systems, but there are still significant barriers preventing widespread adoption. Telehealth models are only expected to expand as healthcare rapidly shifts from volume-based payments to value-based reimbursements, which requires increased efficiency in the delivery of healthcare.

Join Healthcare Informatics and a multi-disciplinary panel of experts as we release the findings from the recent Healthcare Informatics research report "Telehealth Rising: Practical Insights and Strategies for Success." Learn about the current state of telehealth with an emphasis on the barriers that are preventing telehealth technologies and how provider organizations are piloting unique, specialized programs and using telehealth models to deliver value.

This report features the latest survey data and studies from the field, and insights from industry experts and executives with NorthShore University Hospital, JFK Medical Center, Partners Healthcare in Boston, Hackensack University Medical Center, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the economic benefits of post-acute care remote monitoring
  • Summarize how telestroke and tele-ICU programs can improve care
  • List the types of patients who should be monitored remotely
  • Discuss the major issues of remote patient monitoring


Registrants of this webinar will receive an advance copy of the Healthcare Informatics research report, titled: "Telehealth Rising: Practical Insights and Strategies for Success."

Healthcare Informatics has been approved by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) to award a total of 1.0 hours of continuing education credits for "Telehealth Rising: Practical Insights and Strategies for Success."  CHIME Members may claim their CEUs for this program by entering them on the CHIME website at

Dr. Andrew Rubenstein
Chief of Obstetrics
Hackensack University Medical Center

Dr. Andrew Rubenstein is a Board Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist, a Diplomate of Obstetrics & Gynecology and a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians & Gynecologists.

Trained at the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences at The Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York, Dr. Rubenstein continues to refine his expertise in the most advanced techniques in the field, including gynecological surgery using advanced operative, and robotic laparoscopy.

Dr. Rubenstein's practice encompasses the full spectrum of women’s health, including prenatal and all obstetrical deliveries, and the total range of gynecological procedures, both inpatient and outpatient.

Neal Ganguly, MBA, CHCIO
Vice President & CIO
JFK Health System

Indranil (Neal) Ganguly is the VP & CIO of JFK Health System in Edison, NJ. He is a seasoned healthcare technology and business executive with a proven track record around developing strategic direction, managing budgets and operations; and ultimately delivering measurable value.

Neal has attained the CHCIO designation and is a Fellow of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), where he serves on the Board of Directors, and is active in Public Policy matters. Additionally, Neal is a Fellow of the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS), and served on the Board of Directors and as a chair of the Public Policy Committee as well as on the Board of NJ HIMSS Chapter where he is a past President.

Mark A. Caron
Geneia, LLC

Mark Caron is the Chief Executive Officer of Geneia. He has more than 30 years of business and technology expertise with more than 25 years in healthcare traversing both healthcare delivery systems and health insurers.

Prior to becoming CEO of Geneia, he was Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Capital BlueCross. His experience also includes senior leadership roles as the CIO of the Collaborative Care division of OptumHealth, Senior Vice President & CIO at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wisconsin, Senior Vice President & CIO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Chief Technology Officer at Catholic Health Initiatives, and Vice President of Information Systems at Healthsource. 


Rajiv Leventhal
Managing Editor
Healthcare Informatics