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Learn the secret to remote patient monitoring


Free physician bootcamp to offer business training

Remote patient monitoring will just be one topic covered during a special FREE physician business bootcamp.

The two-day Medical Economics seminar, Oct. 7-8, will feature sessions aiming to guide physicians through ways to streamline challenges, maximize efficiency, and put more money in their pockets.


The eight virtual sessions have been thoughtfully curated around impactful learning objectives where physicians can get their questions answered by experts, engage with panel discussions, and network with their peers.

This is one event no physician should miss.

The remote patient monitoring session will be held at 11 a.m. ET on Oct. 8 and will give participants a chance to learn how to get started with remote patient monitoring with explanations of what it is, what physicians need, the benefits, and the challenges.

The panelists are:

  • Todd Haedrich - The newly appointed CEO of Optimize Health, having just joined the Remote Patient Monitoring pioneer in September of this year. In his role as CEO, Todd ensures every part of Optimize Health is working to fulfill the organization’s commitment to creating a world-class provider and patient experience that consistently delivers superior outcomes for doctors and patients alike. He has 10+ years managing market-leading solutions in both the human and animal healthcare industries. Most recently, Todd was the Global Technology Services Chief Commercial Officer at Covetrus, where he focused on driving growth, adoption, and customer success for the company's portfolio of animal-health technology solutions. Before that, he was at athenahealth, where he held leadership roles in sales, customer success, and operations. As General Manager and Vice President of athenahealth's Small Groups’ division, Todd oversaw the expansion of the company's largest customer segment.
  • Kaitlyn O’Connor - Senior Counsel at Nixon Gwilt Law, a widely acclaimed legal firm representing organizations across the healthcare industry. Kaitlyn combines her knowledge of business law and healthcare to provide real-world solutions for clients navigating this uniquely complex intersection. Kaitlyn’s areas of practice include digital health, telehealth, global privacy and security, teledentistry, fraud and abuse, and HIPAA privacy/security. She provides legal, regulatory, and business guidance to healthcare providers across the spectrum of care, as well as early-stage companies and vendors serving the healthcare industry. Kaitlyn specializes in remote patient monitoring (RPM) and leads NGL’s RPM practice alongside Managing Partner Carrie Nixon. Kaitlyn particularly enjoys working with innovative RPM vendors to implement practical business solutions and accelerate growth in this rapidly expanding industry. After graduating magna cum laude from Syracuse University, Kaitlyn attended William & Mary Law School, where she served as a member of the Business Law Review. She is a member of the Virginia Bar Association, the Connected Health Initiative (CHI), and the Virginia Cannabis Industry Association (VCIA) and serves as a Mentor for Jumpstart Foundry, an investment group focused on healthcare technology.
  • Neha Ajmera - Senior Vice President of Operations for Optimize Health, she works to expand the capabilities of Optimize Health’s software platform through clinically and financially powerful tech-enabled service offerings. This includes leading the team of RNs that make up the backbone of Optimize Health’s Managed RPM remote clinical monitoring service as well as their newly-launched RPM Eligibility Verification offering. Before joining Optimize Health, Neha spent 4+ years at Lyft, where she led the rollout of a number of new ventures for the ride-sharing leader, most recently as their Head of Fleet Service Operations. Prior to her time there, she served as an Engagement Manager at McKinsey with a focus on corporate and product strategy, sales enablement, and pricing in the SaaS and telecommunications industries. She also helped spearhead McKinsey's annual Women in the Workplace study and remains a passionate advocate for gender parity in the workforce.
  • Ryan Clark - Vice President of Customer Success at Optimize Health. In this role, he ensures that the healthcare providers utilizing Optimize Health’s RPM solution across the care continuum have the expertise, guidance, and support they need to manage and scale successful remote monitoring programs. Prior to joining Optimize Health, Ryan was the Senior Director of Client Success at Phreesia, where he was instrumental in establishing and scaling the client success organization with a focus on retention, product adoption, and expansion.


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