Telehealth Seminar series
Wednesday, July 1st
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Stephanie Harman, MD
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
Clinical Chief of Palliative Care
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Social Work Lead Intensive Care Units, Stanford Health Care
Javier Lorenzo, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor and Critical Care Specialist
Department of Anesthesiology
Perioperative and Pain Medicine
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Palliative Care, Stanford Health Care
Intensive Care Units & Palliative Care,
Stanford Health Care
Connecting with Critically Ill Patients and Their Families through Telehealth
As telehealth usage continues to expand, clinicians and medical educators are being asked to adapt to new ways of connecting with patients and working with trainees. This series will provide perspectives from physicians, faculty, trainees, and patients about best practices and lessons learned from experiences with telehealth. In this session, a multidisciplinary panel will discuss making connections in the acute inpatient setting with patients and their families and the new challenges, such as limited visitation, as well as clinical pearls in using telehealth in novel ways.
- Describe challenges in using telehealth in the inpatient setting.
- Identify tools to enhance communication with hospitalized patients and their families.
June 10, 2020
Wednesday, June 10th
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Ian Tong, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Doctor on Demand
Virtual Care Insights
The global coronavirus pandemic offers a transformative moment in health care delivery. Physicians and Care Teams will need to role model behaviors and skills that contribute to appropriate telehealth services. This seminar will explore the approach of one of the nation's original Direct To Patient/Direct To Consumer national telemedicine practices. We will also discuss the application of multiple telemedicine modalities.
• Describe the appropriate use of basic synchronous and asynchronous telehealth modalities.
• Describe a comparison of video vs voice-only telehealth delivery.
Ian Tong is Chief Medical Officer of Doctor On Demand, one of the nation's largest telemedicine practices. Doctor On Demand was awarded Best Telemedicine Platform in 2019 by numerous agencies including MedTech Breakthrough and UCSF Digital Health Awards for Synapse - a Virtual Primary Care Platform. Dr. Tong completed training at Stanford in 2006 and served as one of the original E4C Faculty.
May 29, 2020
As telehealth usage continues to expand, clinicians and medical educators are being asked to adapt to new ways of connecting with patients and working with trainees. This five-part series will provide perspectives from physicians, faculty, trainees, and patients about best practices and lessons learned from experiences with telehealth. In this first session, panelists will discuss making connections, agenda setting, telehealth in the subspecialties, and pearls from their own experiences.
Erika Schillinger, MD
Clinical Professor, Medicine – Primary Care and Population Health
Rika Bajra, MD
Associate Director, Core Clerkship in Family and Community Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Primary Care and Population Health
Gilbert Chu, MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry
Patricia Garcia, MD
Medical Informatics Director, Ambulatory Specialties; Clinical Assistant Professor, Gastroenterology
Sumit Shah, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine/Oncology
Donna Zulman, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine (General Medical Disciplines), Primary Care and Population Health