September 16 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
Leveraging Telehealth to Redefine Intake and Proactively Manage Care
Attendees will learn how intake can be bifurcated to address both care management in tandem with claims management. See how to create a virtual occupational medicine clinic and learn about the impact to your patient population. There will be a discussion concerning differences in credentialing with telehealth and brick-and-mortar providers. Lastly, we will discuss chronic pain and how leveraging telehealth can help mitigate risk for this challenging subset of patients.
- Looking beyond just improving lag-time at intake and the benefits of a clinical front-end program
- Understanding credentialing standards and requirements for telehealth
- How predictive analytics and telehealth for proactive care can mitigate risk
David has been with CorVel Corporation for 13 years. He oversees CorVel’s interdisciplinary solutions that includes pain management solutions as well as nurse triage and telehealth. David has a history of innovation and his clinical modeling and care connected program were recognized in Business and Insurance for the Innovators Award. As the first company to bring Telehealth to workers’ compensation in 2015, David’s team has now completed over 10,000 telehealth visits and is looking to complete that number in 2019 alone.
David has over 15 years of workers’ compensation and medical management experience. He graduated from UC Davis with a B.S degree in bio-mechanics and competed as a Division I college wrestler. He has taken the “athletic” model approach to both disability management and medical management.
Rodney Escobar is the Director of Claims and Risk Management for the Tennessee Department of Treasury. Rodney has been with the State of Tennessee for 5 years and is currently overseeing the State’s property self-insurance programs, loss control program, the processing of tort claims, workers’ compensation program, criminal injuries compensation program, sexual assault forensics examination payment program, interlock and GPS monitoring program, and the Teacher’s Liability Insurance Program.
Rodney and his team are dedicated to working with State departments and universities to develop risk programs that help identify opportunities of improvement to reduce work place injuries, liability exposures, and the overall financial losses to the State’s risk management fund. Rodney has a Master’s Degree in Criminology. His risk management experience began with the City of Franklin, where he served as a law enforcement officer for 11 years and then as the City’s risk manager for 4 years. Rodney was recently named the Public Risk Management Association’s 2017, Public Risk Manager of the Year.