On Sunday, May 1, to kick-off conference programming, ATA2022 will feature a series of deep-dive sessions that will showcase latest topics and innovations in key areas of the digital/virtual and telehealth space. Prepare to roll up your sleeves and dig into these compelling and cutting-edge sessions on topics such as telemental health, the business side of telehealth and adapting tech after disruption.
These sessions are included at no charge for registered (All Access) attendees. We encourage you to sign up for sessions when you register to secure your spot.
Behavioral Health 2.0: Where Can We Go From Here?
Throughout the pandemic, telehealth played a pivotal role in providing and expanding access to mental health care. At the same time, the telemental industry has exploded, providing patients access to more tools than ever before. How do patients in need sift through the myriad options to find the best solution for their specific need? And what truly groundbreaking innovations have emerged to address the most crucial areas in mental health? For these tools to truly make an impact in a patient’s care, they need to be designed at the personal level – to address specific conditions, populations and cultures, ensuring patients receive the specific care they need. This session will dig into these perspectives and explore challenges – and opportunities – within the mental health digital solution space, what solutions are on the horizon and what we must do to further evolve innovation to ensure patients receive care when and where they need it.
The Business of Telehealth: Legal Issues You Need to Know
Explore top regulatory issues new digital and telehealth companies need to navigate to avoid pitfalls. Topics to include: driving user engagement while managing privacy and risk considerations; transitioning from a direct to consumer model to an insurance based model; understanding HIPAA compliance, compliance program requirements, fraud and abuse basics and preparing for transition; labor and employment law considerations for multistate companies; and FDA regulations on digital health devices; considerations in building a telehealth strategy; legal and policy landscape around health equity data and inclusive virtual care models; and contracting and legal issues around remote patient monitoring.
Tech’s Silver Lining: After Disruption, What is the New Adaptation?
As the healthcare industry emerges from disruption, digital health innovators find themselves poised to adapt to new opportunities in an ever-evolving marketplace. Where do we go from here? There is an opportunity for organizations to “level-set”, consider lessons learned and focus on new opportunities. This session will explore several perspectives to include tech’s continued role in expanding access to care in a patient’s health continuum and in reaching our most vulnerable populations. What is the future here? Challenges that once stifled innovation have opened up opportunities in a more prepared landscape for nimble companies to pivot and address new needs coming out of the pandemic. We’ll consider new entries such as home testing – its role throughout the pandemic and how it is becoming an important component of remote care. What are new security challenges and how do we mitigate risk? Join this immersive discussion that will explore tech’s role in building a streamlined hybrid care solution – and building integration for patients and care teams in the home, in-patient care and beyond.
The Global Health Connector Partnership Summit: Globally Targeting Health Inequalities, Digital Health Skills and Health Data
The Global Health Connector Partnership reflects a determined commitment of existing organizations to improve health and care for citizens worldwide through the appropriate use of digital technologies in the provision of health and care services. Participating organizations of the Global Health Connector Partnership are able to pursue solutions to shared problems and discover areas of work via aligned strategic goals for further cost efficiency, reduced risk, and less effort.