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Crossing the Virtual Chasm:

 

Rethinking Curriculum, Competency, and Culture in the Virtual Care Era

2020 Archive
Recordings and Agenda

Symposium occurred on Thursday, September 10th, 2020.
Recorded sessions are available for viewing under "Resources".

Agenda

Telehealth has revolutionized healthcare as COVID-19 has swept through the world. Though its benefits are undeniable, it brings unique challenges and barriers as healthcare professionals, supervisors, and learners have had to navigate their way through education in a virtual environment.

 

In this symposium, we addressed the challenges, workflows, strategies, and best practices in telehealth-enabled education through lively discussion among experts from around the country on how academic medical centers and professional organizations across the country are navigating the challenges to the traditional approach of medical education in a virtual world.  

Panel 2: Rethinking Assessment: When Virtual Care is the Vehicle and the Environment of Practice

Panel 3: Survival of the Fittest: Adapting Teaching and Learning in a Virtual Care Environment

Break

Panel 4: Play like a Pro: Best Practices for Virtual Care Education

2:20-2:30 PM EST

1:25-2:20 PM EST

2:30-3:20 PM EST

3:25-4:15 PM EST

4:20-5:00 PM EST

Panel 5: Keeping the Patient in the Center: The Impact of Virtual Care on Patient Experience

Panel 1: Strengthening Your Core: Defining Competencies for Telehealth Education

Welcome and Introductions by Lee H. Schwamm, MD,

Exec Vice Chair Neurology | Director, Center for TeleHealth [Mass General Hospital]

Vice President, Virtual Care | Digital Health

[Mass General Brigham]

Professor of Neurology

[Harvard Medical School]

12:00-12:20 PM EST

12:25-1:20 PM EST

5:00 PM EST

Closing remarks by Lee H. Schwamm, MD

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About Mass General Center for TeleHealth

The Center for TeleHealth puts Mass General at the forefront of a national shift toward providing patients and the community high-quality, convenient virtual care options to augment the traditional ways in which medical care will be delivered.

Users of the telehealth service communicate, collaborate and share their information remotely using familiar and easy to use tools. These tools allow providers to interact with patients—and each other—in a way that is most convenient and best suited to the patient's medical needs.

 

The Mass General Center for TeleHealth’s mission is to enable more personal, more affordable and more efficient ways of giving care that unleashes the expertise and creativity of our providers and supports the gathering of patients and providers at the times and places best suited to their needs.

Speakers

Proud to bring subject matter experts from across the country

Moderated By:

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Lee H. Schwamm, MD

Exec Vice Chair Neurology | Director, Center for TeleHealth [Mass General Hospital]

Vice President, Virtual Care | Digital Health [Mass General Brigham]

Professor of Neurology [Harvard Medical School]

Speakers Include:
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Contributors

Symposium made possible in part by a gift from Lois and Georges De Menil

In Conjunction With: 

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Virtual Care
Symposium 2020 

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Crossing the Virtual Chasm:

 

Rethinking Curriculum, Competency, and Culture in the Virtual Care Era

Symposium occurred on Thursday, September 10th, 2020.
Recorded sessions are available for viewing under "Resources".

Agenda

Telehealth has revolutionized healthcare as COVID-19 has swept through the world. Though its benefits are undeniable, it brings unique challenges and barriers as healthcare professionals, supervisors, and learners have had to navigate their way through education in a virtual environment.

 

In this symposium, we addressed the challenges, workflows, strategies, and best practices in telehealth-enabled education through lively discussion among experts from around the country on how academic medical centers and professional organizations across the country are navigating the challenges to the traditional approach of medical education in a virtual world.  

Panel 2: Rethinking Assessment: When Virtual Care is the Vehicle and the Environment of Practice

Panel 3: Survival of the Fittest: Adapting Teaching and Learning in a Virtual Care Environment

Break

Panel 4: Play like a Pro: Best Practices for Virtual Care Education

2:20-2:30 PM EST

1:25-2:20 PM EST

2:30-3:20 PM EST

3:25-4:15 PM EST

4:20-5:00 PM EST

Panel 5: Keeping the Patient in the Center: The Impact of Virtual Care on Patient Experience

Panel 1: Strengthening Your Core: Defining Competencies for Telehealth Education

Welcome and Introductions by Lee H. Schwamm, MD,

Exec Vice Chair Neurology | Director, Center for TeleHealth [Mass General Hospital]

Vice President, Virtual Care | Digital Health

[Mass General Brigham]

Professor of Neurology

[Harvard Medical School]

12:00-12:20 PM EST

12:25-1:20 PM EST

5:00 PM EST

Closing remarks by Lee H. Schwamm, MD

WeightCtr_providerview_371_ret.jpg

About Mass General Center for TeleHealth

The Center for TeleHealth puts Mass General at the forefront of a national shift toward providing patients and the community high-quality, convenient virtual care options to augment the traditional ways in which medical care will be delivered.

Users of the telehealth service communicate, collaborate and share their information remotely using familiar and easy to use tools. These tools allow providers to interact with patients—and each other—in a way that is most convenient and best suited to the patient's medical needs.

 

The Mass General Center for TeleHealth’s mission is to enable more personal, more affordable and more efficient ways of giving care that unleashes the expertise and creativity of our providers and supports the gathering of patients and providers at the times and places best suited to their needs.

Speakers

Proud to bring subject matter experts from across the country

Moderated By:

Dr. Lee Schwamm.jpg

Lee H. Schwamm, MD

Exec Vice Chair Neurology | Director, Center for TeleHealth [Mass General Hospital]

Vice President, Virtual Care | Digital Health [Mass General Brigham]

Professor of Neurology [Harvard Medical School]

Speakers Include:

Marcy Bolster, MD

Massachusetts General Hospital

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John Scott, MD

University of Washington

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Shruti Chandra, MD

Thomas Jefferson University

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Laura Christopherson

Mayo Clinic

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John Co, MD

Massachusetts General Brigham

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Bart Demaerschalk, MD

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science

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Susan Edgman-Levitan, PA

Massachusetts General Hospital

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Christine Doss Esper, MD

Emory University School of Medicine

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Elissa Hall EdD, MD

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science

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Sarah Hampton

Association of American Medical Colleges

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Emily Hayden, MD, MHPE

Massachusetts General Hospital

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Toyia James-Stevenson, MD

IU Health

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Aditi Joshi, MD

Thomas Jefferson University

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Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD

Emory University School of Medicine

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Neel Naik, MD

Weill Cornell Medicine

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Christopher Sharp, MD

Stanford Health CARE

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Ambar Kulshreshtha, MD

PhD

Emory University School of Medicine

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Margrit Shoemaker, MD

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine

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James Marcin, MD

MPH

UC Davis Health

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Amy Seegmiller Renner, PhD

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science

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Aswita Tan McGrory, MBA, MSPH

Massachusetts General Hospital

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Christian Dankers, MD, MBA

Massachusetts General Hospital

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Ronald Weinstein, MD

University of Arizona

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Daniel West, MD

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Kelley Wittbold, MD

Massachusetts General Hospital

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Julian Genkins, MD

University of California, San Francisco

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Andrea Borondy Kitts

Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

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Contributors

Symposium made possible in part by a gift from Lois and Georges De Menil

In Conjunction With: 

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Resources

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Video Recording:  Panel 1

Video Recording:  Panel 2

Video Recording:  Panel 3

Video Recording:  Panel 4

Video Recording:  Panel 5

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Contact Us

For more information or questions, please email:

 

virtualcarecompetency@mgh.harvard.edu