Full Title: Aug 3 Biosciences Seminar – Obstacles and Opportunities, Providing Healthcare on Video
Speaker: Tom Hunter, CEO, iHope Network
Online Registration: While walk-ins are always welcomed, advance registration is appreciated – please note: the charge for all walk-ins in $15
Talk therapy for insomnia, anxiety, and other disorders can be just as effective on video as it is in the office. It’s easier for patients to access, and less expensive to deliver. However regulatory and reimbursement issues can impact a provider’s ability to offer care and the patient’s ability to access it. Despite the challenges, simple innovation in this area offers a solution to major treatment and cost problems. Tom Hunter, CEO of IHope Network will cover the obstacles they are faced with and the advances occurring in the digital health space.
100 Cummings Center
Beverly, MA USA
Date and Time
Begins: 08/03/2018 12:30 PM
Ends: 08/03/2018 02:00 PM
Chief Executive Officer, IHope Network
Tom’s experience includes marketing, product design, voice of the customer, behavioral health and intellectual property in games, healthcare and telecommunications. Prior roles include marketing at global companies like Thomson Reuters to founder and CEO of Glymetrix, a behavioral health company that used the motivational elements of games to help people manage their diabetes.
His background includes software product design, and he is the co-inventor of US Patent 6758746 Method for Providing Customized Interactive Entertainment Over a Communications Network.
Tom has done extensive work applying technology, methodologies and protocols that originate from entertainment, marketing and customer experience to telemedicine applications. He is a passionate supporter of evidence based use of technology to break down barriers to treatment and motivate patients to better outcomes.
To learn more about iHopeNetwork, visit their webside at http://www.ihopenetwork.com
For more than two decades, Shawn has been actively engaged in philanthropic causes. He was a Founder and Board Member of Gildas Club in New York City, a community provider of support services for cancer patients and their families. He served as Chairman of the Board of The Calcutta House in Philadelphia, an organization providing residential care facilities for people living with AIDS. Most recently he established a martial arts program at Nashoba Learning Group in Bedford, Massachusetts for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from George Washington University.
Registration, networking and lunch start at 12:30; Program
begins at 1 p.m.
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Pizza, salad, and soft drinks will be served.
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