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Telehealthcare Leaders Forum to be Held April 16-18 in Newport, Rhode Island

David Lee Scher, MD, will participate in the Telehealthcare Leaders Forum on April 17, 2013. Dr. Scher will take part in a panel discussion with experts that have successfully implemented telehealthcare programs.

The panel will share insights on overcoming clinical, financial, and marketplace barriers to speed the adoption of telehealthcare solutions and technologies. Best practices for successfully implementing telehealthcare solutions will be shared.

Dr. Scher is the Director of DLS Healthcare Consulting. Dr. Scher has more than 25 years of experience with patient-focused products and services and his perspective helps ensure that products are user-friendly and clinically successful. As a pioneer adopter of remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology more than 13 years ago, Dr. Scher became an astute observer and expert on barriers to the adoption of RPM and other digital technologies. Dr. Scher's insights are available on the blog The Digital Health Corner, which is one of the most followed in the field of digital health technology.

The Telehealthcare Leaders Forum is sponsored by Tunstall Americas. It is dedicated to a professional exchange of innovative ideas and best practices for telehealthcare solutions to improve patients' lives while lowering healthcare costs associated with care for the elderly and patients with chronic conditions. The Forum is the premier event focused on telehealthcare solutions in North America. The Forum features experts on innovation in the healthcare industry, representatives from health systems in the US and Canada, representatives from life science companies in the US, representatives from US-based payers, and government leaders from the state of Rhode Island and Northern Ireland. Presenters and panelists will share their insights on transforming healthcare delivery.

The Telehealthcare Leaders Forum is scheduled for April 16 to 18 in Newport, Rhode Island. For more information, e-mail [email protected], call 1-877-354-6111, or visit


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