Video consultations in healthcare: examples from the US and the UK

The Green Templeton College Health & Care Initiative along with Digital Health Oxford (DHOx), are hosting a series of talks on video consultations, bringing together learning from different clinical areas:

Using Telemedicine to Support Neonatal Resuscitation
Dr Jennifer Fang, Assistant Professor of Paediatrics, Consultant Neonatologist, Mayo Clinic, with Ed Percy, VP EMEA, InTouch Health.
Dr Fang will present on Mayo Clinic’s telemedicine programme in remote consultations for supporting neonatal resuscitation. The talk will cover three key aspects of the programme:
Recognizing system-level challenges to optimal resuscitation of high-risk neonates in community hospitals
Identifying how telemedicine can improve access to care, patient safety, and resuscitation quality for neonates
Describing strategies for successful telemedicine program implementation and utilization

This will be followed by two short presentations:
UK policy context in remote consultations
Dr Harpreet Sood, practicing NHS doctor and Health Education England, previously NHS England’s Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer

Developing, implementing and doing video consultations in the UK: research perspectives
Professor Sara Shaw, Dr Joe Wherton and Dr Lucas Seuren, Interdisciplinary Research in Health Sciences (IRIHS) group, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford

Barclay Room
Green Templeton College
43 Woodstock Road
OX2 6HG.