HealthCare Appraisers and Intercept TeleMed are pleased to deliver a joint webinar demonstrating the value proposition of telemedicine in the intensive care unit. Intercept TeleMed is a physician-led telemedicine company that offers customized service offerings to facilities in need of ICU and other specialist services. HealthCare Appraisers is a full-service valuation firm that regularly issues fair market value opinions on a wide variety of telemedicine arrangements and transactions.
With the recent accelerated adoption of telemedicine services, various stakeholders have sought a clearly-articulated narrative for the value proposition of telemedicine services. The goal of this webinar is to provide a holistic case for telemedicine services using Intercept TeleMed’s TeleICU model. We will combine clinical, operational, and financial insights to demonstrate how and why such service models deliver value. The webinar will illustrate these principles using a case study based on common real-world conditions and by diving deeply into the following key domains of value: patient outcomes, stakeholder satisfaction, service line efficiency, and financial viability.
- Detail the primary domains of value for telemedicine and TeleICU services
- Explore the key value differentiators that characterize higher-performing telemedicine service lines
- Understand the various TeleICU models of care and their unique contributions to value
- Explore the connection between the TeleICU and positive performance across the primary domains of value
Luis Argueso is a Partner in the Denver office.
Argueso’s area of practice involves the appraisal of healthcare businesses and the valuation of healthcare provider compensation relationships. He has been providing valuation and consulting services since 2008. Mr. Argueso is a national subject matter expert in the valuation of compensation arrangements between hospitals and medical groups which staff and medically direct hospital-based service lines such as: anesthesiology, emergency, hospitalist, and radiology departments. He also is a thought leader in the fair market value and commercial reasonableness of telemedicine businesses and service arrangements. Based on this expertise, Argueso has provided consulting to clients for improving the efficiency, quality, and compliance of telemedicine and hospital-based service arrangements.
Diego C. Reino, MD, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Intercept TeleMed, is a Board Certified transplant surgeon specializing in liver and kidney surgeries. He has trained and practiced at some of the nation’s most prominent hospitals that specialize in transplantation, including UCLA, the Cleveland Clinic, where he was a leading transplantation surgeon, and Rutgers University. Through this work, Dr. Reino saw the needs and benefits of tele-ICU medicine, which became the impetus for him to found Intercept TeleMed. He received his BA degree in biology from Drew University and his MD from Rutgers University.