Upcoming virtual event: November 17, 2022
The NH Telehealth Alliance will host the 2022 Public Policy Summit virtually on Thursday, November 17. We anticipate participation from industry leaders, technology and healthcare providers and policymakers, and regulatory agencies, to address emerging issues and engage in impactful discussion. The Summit will focus on both telehealth developments and emerging issues around broadband expansion in NH. Our goal is to elevate and focus critical issues around innovation, connectivity, and advocacy efforts to drive a robust future of telehealth in NH.
Registration is free for NH Telehealth Alliance members as well as non-members!
Stay tuned for more speaker and session announcements!
*this agenda is subject to change
Welcome and Introductions
Jim Monahan, Founder, NH Telehealth Alliance
Platinum Sponsor TBD
Keynote: Digital Equity Beyond Demographics
Sarah Swank, Counsel, Nixon Peabody LLP
In her keynote address, Sarah will identify the current obstacles to
and possible solutions for achieving digital equity in New Hampshire. Sarah will explore the disparities in healthcare access, digital literacy, language barriers, and more. Using the identified obstacles as a starting point, Sarah will propose policies and practices that can foster a more equitable and accessible telehealth system.
Session 1: The State of Broadband Deployment in NH
Session 2: Behavioral Health and the Advantages of Telehealth
Matthew Mishkind, Director of Strategic Facilitation, Office of Telehealth and Technology Implementation for Behavioral Health Practice and Science, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Anschutz Medical Campus
Michelle Turner, Vice President, Clinical Talent and Delivery, Hazel Health
Other speakers TBA
Join us for a session that explores the advantages of using telehealth for providing behavioral health services. Panelists will discuss their experiences in providing behavioral health services via telehealth, discuss how telehealth has been helpful in providing behavioral health services, examine the ways in which it is useful to think about telehealth beyond being only a direct substitution for in-person care, and the realities of provider capacity with telehealth widely available.
Session 3: NH Perspective on Telehealth
Session 4: Emerging Telehealth Technologies