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Health 2.0 :: Realities of Telemedicine in 2014

  • Aug 19, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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Please join us on Tuesday, August 19th at 6:00PM for networking and to hear perspectives on the Realities of Telemedicine in 2014 from some of Atlanta's top health systems and healthtech companies. 

Piedmont Healthcare's Chief Marketing Officer
Matt Gove

Tenet Healthcare's (Southern Region) Chief Business Development Officer 
Sarath Degala

Wellstar's Center For Health Transformation PM
Steven Fraime 

Aloe Healthcare's Founder & CEO
Charles Lumpkin

ReachHealth's President & CEO
Steve McGraw

Alii Healthcare's Founder & CEO
Sylvan Waller


Doors open at 6:00PM, discussion begins at 6:30PM.  Share the love on Twitter and LinkedIn with #Health20ATL

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About Health 2.0 :: ATL

Health 2.0 Atlanta is a meetup group focused on connecting the Atlanta healthcare technology community. Our meetings include a mix of company presentations (from start-ups to public companies), panel discussions and speakers from the services, payor/plan, and technology sub-sectors. We're more than just a meetup group. We're also a great source for community announcements! Join today to stay current on local news, job opportunities and other health tech meetups. Please note that this group is not limited to technology enthusiasts. We encourage physicians, nurses, practice mangers, pharmacists, healthcare executives and social workers to actively participate.

Chris Carter (@chcart) + Andy Ibbotson (@andrewibbotson)

Health 2.0 :: ATL Co-Chairs

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  • Dennis S.

    I was a physician attendee at the telehealth event. It was an interesting and entertaining presentation. I was disappointed that the main focus of discussion seemed to be on using telehealth to expand the reach of healthcare silos and enhance metrics like patient satisfaction scores. I used to look forward to the day when practicing physicians would be paid to use telehealth to care for patients. Alas, the reality is that expanding the fee for service system by adding telehealth to the current "face time" based services is unlikely.

    1 · August 21, 2014

    • Dennis S.

      Ned, I'd be interested in knowing about those products. However, I probably should have made it clearer that my original post when I said "practicing physicians", I meant "physicians in private practice". It may actually make sense for a Kaiser Permanente to use telehealth in primary care today because the payment model is different. Unfortunately, the payment model for the vast majority of private practitioners is "fee for service", and there are only payments for a very narrow range of telehealth services. Of the many billions of dollars spent by Medicare last year, only 12 million dollars went for telehealth services nationwide.

      August 24, 2014

    • Ned T.

      Dennis, I agree that private practice physicians need a solution. Some of the big players have a plan (or are building one) for TeleHealth, but private practice is left out in the cold. Lets talk - you can reach me at [masked]

      September 4, 2014

  • Sean E.

    Hello Dennis, Care.IT is a telemedicine marketplace and patient engagement platform. Fee for service. Product is in soft launch right now with national rollout beginning later this year. By-the-way, we're actively looking for a Chief Medical Officer.

    August 25, 2014

  • Alan V.

    Well done

    August 21, 2014

  • David

    I am surprised that providers are not utilizing telehealth via home health partners. It would help solve issues with access, education, and could be targeted for those most likely to be readmitted (reduce penalties). Patients and families would benefit from the ease of follow up and it could be coordinated with a low cost field staff who help with the technology and data collection. Eventually follow for chronic conditions would be done independently.

    1 · August 20, 2014

  • Scott H.

    Another successful event! Thanks for all of the valuable insight and open discussion. Looking forward to seeing the impacts of telehealth in the coming years.

    1 · August 20, 2014

  • Amar L.

    It was very informative.

    August 19, 2014

  • Gopal M.

    Attended for the first time. It was good to see a wide representations of folks from various aspect of healthcare.

    August 19, 2014

  • James Fonger M.

    There is a need for relatively simple medical mobile applications that can help answer simple medical questions by querying a patient population about their experience after an intervention as well as monitoring the effectiveness and ROI of new medical programs adopted by a hospital system. I am interested in talking with anyone with an interest in this area of software development.

    July 27, 2014

    • Gary A.

      OneCare has developed a Selfcare platform for addressing this need. Please call me at[masked] Gary Austin/CEO OneCare

      August 8, 2014

  • Wesley G.

    Saman, reach out to me - i used to sell medical devices and have a couple of ideas for you. [masked]

    1 · August 7, 2014

  • Saman

    I am a physician looking for new medical devices that can be used in a primary care setting. I plan to start a direct payment concierge clinic outside of the US so most regulatory and reimbursement related issues are of minimal concern. I would like to beta test and/or buy any medical equipment used in a primary care setting including: vitals monitoring (e.g. ioximeter), equipment for physical exams (e.g. CellScope Oto), blood diagnostic equipment, and heart and lung measuring equipment (e.g. ECG, spirometry).

    1 · August 6, 2014

  • Ned T.

    Dr. Fonger,
    at ATA2014 earlier this year I met with a couple of companies which may meet (or at least partially) some of your requirements. Look forward to discussing at the MeetUp.

    August 6, 2014

  • James Fonger M.

    See you at the Meet up

    1 · July 27, 2014

  • Jayant U.

    James we can meet. At CloudMD we have sw that does very similar to the one you mentioned. More when we talk

    July 27, 2014

  • Jim H.

    We write medical software ( We will be looking to meet individuals who may have a good idea for the medical software field that we can help bring to market.

    July 26, 2014

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