1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Health care in the US is changing: consumers are more engaged, the nation's aging population is growing, chronic diseases are on the rise, and game-changing laws like MACRA are being implemented in the shift to value-based care. These are just a few factors driving care delivery outside the four walls of a traditional doctor's office. Technology and the Internet of Things can help, providing improved and personalized care – and creating value for industry stakeholders.
But are consumers and caregivers ready for new technology like telehealth, and even robots and drones, to receive care? Are federal and state policies evolving to keep up with changing demands and technology in these value-based care models?
During this webcast, we'll discuss results from Deloitte's 2016 Survey of US Health Care Consumers which found that patients and caregivers are open to new technology for care, if care is high-quality and patient data is secure. We'll also discuss our recent Realizing the potential of telehealth report on trends in telehealth and consumer interest; the regulatory landscape; and the potential barriers, opportunities, and enablers for telehealth in the coming years.
Please join us Thursday December 15th, 2016 at 1 PM Eastern as Deloitte's Leslie Korenda and Casey Korba explain Deloitte's insights and research findings.
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