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Telehealth Law and Policy Forum Coming to Chicago Sept. 5
Posted on: 8/12/2019

Patients are using mobile medical devices and technology to send their health data to their healthcare professionals, some major retail stores are offering direct-to-consumer virtual care through " telehealth kiosks," and in a recent survey of 56 leading healthcare organizations, 86% are already using some form of artificial intelligence (AI).

Curious about how these tools fit into the future of medical practice?

Register today for the 2019 Telehealth Law and Policy Forum, taking place Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Northwestern Medicine Prentice Women's Hospital in Chicago.

This all-day event will feature legal, policy, operational, clinical and technology experts discussing telehealth, including:

telehealth concept
  • Artificial intelligence and telehealth
  • Direct-to-consumer telehealth
  • Remote patient monitoring
  • Expansion of telehealth for Medicare Advantage plans
  • Telehealth applications in areas such as pediatrics, behavioral health, pharma and the opioid crisis

U.S. Congresswoman Robin Kelly will be a keynote speaker.  

The cost for the Forum is $175; after August 28 the cost will be $200.

The Partnership for a Connected Illinois (PCI) is hosting the Forum, along with cohosts Northwestern Medicine and McDermott Will & Emery. The Illinois State Medical Society is a Supporting Nonprofit Organization for the Forum.

Purchase your ticket soon to get the reduced price! 



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