Improve access to care. Optimize physician time. Enhance patient engagement
Service expectations in healthcare are growing, and telehealth just might be the answer to achieving better patient outcomes. Learn how your healthcare organization can make this a reality.
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Join Lynne Dunbrack, RingCentral, and our panel of healthcare thought leaders in this virtual discussion as we uncover the best telehealth strategies for patient engagement.
Lance Mehaffey is the Healthcare Industry Principal at RingCentral. He is responsible for the development and execution of healthcare go-to-market strategy and focuses heavily on how cloud-based communication and collaboration tools can enable providers, payers and life science organizations to reimagine how they engage with patients and improve team connectiveness and workflow agility.
Prior to joining RingCentral, Lance led the healthcare vertical practices for (3) other communications vendors. He has also led operations as an administrator of healthcare facilities in Montana and his home state of Iowa. Rounding out his healthcare experience, he held a product line leadership position with a national home healthcare services organization, where he was responsible for the development and launch of skilled infusion and restorative therapy product service lines. He holds a Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree from Des Moines University Medical School.
Lynne Dunbrack is Group Vice President IDC Health Insights and IDC Government Insights, which makes up the Public Sector. She manages a group of analysts who provide research-based advisory and consulting services for accountable care organizations, payers, providers, and suppliers that serve those markets. Lynne also leads the IDC Health Insights' Connected Health IT Strategies program. Specific areas of Lynne's in-depth coverage include mobile, constituency engagement, interoperability, digital transformation, privacy, and security. Technology coverage areas include clinical mobility (physician facing) and mobile health (consumer facing), end-to-end remote patient health monitoring for health, wellness and chronic conditions, Internet of Things (IoT), telemedicine and virtual care, and digital therapeutics.