Kansas Telehealth Summit
Recent years have seen significant growth in the use of telehealth, to the point where more than half of U.S. hospitals connect with patients and consulting practitioners through the use of video and other technology. Emerging technologies and innovations are continually opening up new opportunities. Whether you are just beginning to implement telehealth or are looking for growth strategies, the Kansas Telehealth Summit provides valuable information for your journey. Speakers will share their healthcare technology success stories and best practices based on real-life experiences and programs in a variety of healthcare settings. Keynote presentations, panel discussions, and breakout sessions will provide opportunities for interaction with experts and peers.
The Kansas Telehealth Summit is a joint undertaking of the KU Institute for Community Engagement and the KU Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth.
Kansas Telehealth Summit
Telehealth After the Pandemic
Postponed to early 2022
Objective of the Summit
At the conclusion of the conference, participants will be able to:
- Apply the latest technologies in telehealth to rural primary care.
- Discuss the organizational and financial aspects of employing telehealth.
- Use telehealth in a variety of primary care settings.
- Discuss how COVID-19 has affected telemedicine in Kansas.
Health care administrators, IT management, public health personnel, and health care and behavioral health professionals
Call for Abstracts - Due by April 30, 2021
Abstracts for Oral or Poster Presentation
Theme: Telehealth After the Pandemic - Long-term planning, implementation, financial modeling, novel applications, clinical adaptations, other related topics
Abstracts are encouraged from health professionals, health administrators, students, scholars, researchers and others who are involved in telehealth activities.
Please go to https://redcap.kumc.edu/surveys/?s=MJF9W949P4 to review instructions and submit your abstract.
Abstracts accepted for the Kansas Telehealth Summit program will be presented virtually. Abstracts will be reviewed by the Summit planning team and authors will be notified if accepted. Once accepted, authors will be sent instructions for preparing for their presentation or posters. Presenters will be expected to register for the Kansas Telehealth Summit if their abstract is accepted for presentation. The registration fee will be waived.
Our next Kansas Telehealth Summit was postponed until early 2022. We will share the schedule as soon as it is available.