74% of US internet households with children at home have used telehealth services in the past 12 months
Connected Health Summit brings together industry leaders to discuss the evolution of the healthcare industry, from new business models to the patient care experience
DALLAS, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New research from Parks Associates on telehealth shows that having children at home is a key driver of interest in and use of telehealth services — 74% of U.S. Internet households with of children at home have used telehealth services in the past 12 months, compared to 32% without children at home. Seventy percent of households with children at home are likely to use telehealth services the next time they are sick.
The research firm presents its latest data during its 9e Annual Connected Health Summit on August 30 and 31. The conference is Sponsored by ADT Medical Alert, Alarm.com, EarlySense, Johnson Controls, Rapid Response Monitoring, Becklar and Independa.
The August 31 virtual session”Who pays for health care? New business modelsfeatures research from Parks Associates, a fireside chat from Karen SilgenGM and VP, Virtual Care, UnitedHealth Group, and interactive panels featuring industry leaders:
- Iris BermanVice President, Telehealth Services, Northwell Health
- Jeff CutlerCommercial director, Ada Health
- Michael FongVice President, Virtual Care, Renowned Health
- Josh LockeVice President, Sales, Gasoline Group
- James MaultMD, CEO, BioIntelliSense
- dr. Geoffrey RutledgeCMO, HealthTap
- Atoul SinghGM, Digital Health, LG Electronics
- Kristen ValdesFounder and CEO, B.well
- Brad WiltzDirector, Medical Affairs, A&D Medical
“As we move into our next phase of healthcare, we need to support wellness care,” said Iris Berman, Vice President, Telehealth Services, Northwell Health. “The old way of delivering care is not sustainable. Technological extensions such as telehealth and remote monitoring are going to be the great connectors for all of us to responsibly manage our populations from the comfort of their own homes. and their neighborhood. The healthcare consumer is the owner and manager and should progressively and actively engage in a more collaborative environment with their providers through the use of technology.”
“As consumers, we now expect seamless, convenient and fully connected user experiences,” said Jeff CutlerCommercial director, Ada Health. “That means offering faster, easier and more intuitive ways to seek and access care. Now more than ever, providers need to embrace technologies that will truly empower patients and give them more insight and control over their own health.”
“Connected Health Summit is always a diverse group of attendees,” said Josh Locke, Vice-President, Sales, Gasoline Group. “As a long-time speaker, I’m always excited about innovative topics and their relevant approach to discussion. I don’t know of a more active association in the field of health technology.”
“Continuous remote patient monitoring will be the catalyst that will transform healthcare and usher in a future where patients receive more efficient, personalized and proactive care at a fraction of the cost of current standard care,” said James Mault, MD, Founder, CEO, BioIntelliSense. “I look forward to engaging with other innovation leaders in healthcare to advance this critical conversation about how forward-thinking healthcare systems can successfully adopt RPM and technologies. next-generation healthcare systems for better patient and operational outcomes.”
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About the Connected Health Summit
Connected Health Summit: Consumer Engagement and Innovation is a virtual executive conference focused on new business models, IoT technologies, consumer behaviors and deployments relevant to consumer healthcare solutions. The conference discusses opportunities for new solutions to meet the growing demand for independent living, chronic care management, remote access to care, wellness and fitness. www.connectedhealthsummit.com
SOURCE Associated Parks