Doxy.me holds fire-side chat to discuss ways to ensure all patients have access to affordable healthcare in the digital health era
Who: Brandon M. Welch, MS, PhD, founder and CEO of doxy.me, a free, simple and secure telemedicine solution used by healthcare providers worldwide, participates in Reuters Total Health Forum.
When: Welch will join Reuters Events’ Jamie Harding for a virtual fire-side chat to discuss innovations in telemedicine in the era of COVID-19 on Nov. 19, 2020, 2:45 – 3:00pm EST.
What: Reuters Total Health Virtual Forum will bring together 5,000 global leaders across payers, providers, pharma, employers, investors, startups, policymakers, and the patient community to build the future of health. The annual event unites CEOs, innovators, disruptors and policy makers to set the roadmap for a system of full access and health equity. It challenges the global health industry to reimagine what’s possible, transform patient experience, and change the world.
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Details: Welch’s fire-side chat, entitled, “Telemedicine for All: A Lesson in Creative Destruction” will cover:
- 2020 – the year of transformation and a new provider-patient relationship
- Growth, scaling at speed and enabling healthcare the way patients want it — seamless, integrated and digitized
- How telehealth forces down costs and drives greater access, now and in the future
Bio: Brandon M. Welch, MS, PhD is an Assistant Professor in Biomedical Informatics and Director of the Telehealth Research and Innovation Program at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Welch uses his training in human genetics and biomedical informatics to develop innovative and user-friendly health IT solutions for personalized medicine and telemedicine. While a PhD student at the University of Utah, he founded doxy.me, an award-winning, simple & free telemedicine solution now used by hundreds of thousands of healthcare providers. His current telemedicine research focuses on expanding and improving telemedicine technology to support research, and to serve rural, underserved, and global populations.
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