2020.08.21(Fri) 14:00~16:00 (GMT+8)
SCSE YouTube Channel
In the COVID-19 Era: Humanization of remote care and management
The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the long-anticipated surge in telehealth (ehealth) services worldwide. Telehealth has always been a viable solution within our healthcare system, but its utilization by the general public and healthcare providers and has been slow. Aside from technological, clinical, and some regulatory barriers — low adoption numbers are typical because patients are not familiar with the services or they are not aware of the idea of a virtual visit, and healthcare providers have been hesitant to lead the transition. However, COVID-19 has resulted in customer demand for a change in healthcare provision from a high-touch low-volume model of care to a low-touch high-volume model. Healthcare providers and their partners must now adapt to this rapid influx of customers with new and varying demands.
During this session, we will be looking at Taiwan’s experience and success in emerging technologies, intelligent solutions, and post-pandemic opportunities spurred by the COVID-19 epidemic. Share the management experiences of smart hospital systems as well as how healthcare providers using technology to contain the coronavirus pandemic. To discuss how remote care and low-touch services are being adopted during the pandemic as well as talk about the benefits and challenges of telehealth.
This livestream event, including keynotes, panel discussions, and live Q&A opportunities, will be easily accessible from anywhere in the world. Join us as our SHE infectious disease experts to discuss the crisis and the new technology utilized to combat it as well as what is under development.