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How Healthcare Changes Will Benefit Resellers
Regulatory changes often create new opportunities and markets for technology service providers. This is happening right now in healthcare, as Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance companies have begun paying for telehealth service and remote patient monitoring. If you already have a trusted relationship with a physician or practice, you can be the company that introduces them to new Chronic Care Management, Remote Care Management and other advanced communications programs. You can earn up to $50 per year per patient, with many offices enrolling about 150 patients per doctor or $85,000 per year per physician.
In this webinar you will learn:

• The specific changes to Medicare billing that have enabled this opportunity
• The details of the Chronic Care Management and Remote Care Management Program
• Technologies such as interactive messaging, check-in service, secure messaging, video conferencing and telehealth
• What you need to do in order to be a partner in this growing opportunity

Who should attend:

• Healthcare consultants
• Medical billing companies
• Telecom/Network providers who already provide services to physicians and medical practices

Feb 5, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Gregg Smith
Chairman and CEO @MessagePro
An original MessagePro founder and its majority investor, serves as MessagePro‘s CEO. In 1991, Mr. Smith co-founded Premiere Global Services Inc., a publicly-traded company since 1996. Mr. Smith also founded Z-Tel Technologies, Inc., taking it public in 1999. In total, Mr. Smith’s companies have raised over $200MM in public financing and more than $100MM in private financing. With a focus on adding intelligence to core communications services, Smith’s companies have always excelled in adding value for service providers and consumers alike.
Gerald Baldino
Contributing Editor @ChannelVision Magazine
Gerald Baldino has spent the last several years immersed in tech and telecom, reporting on a variety of key topics such as SD-WAN, IoT, cybersecurity, data center management and more. Gerald is particularly interested in business communications and disruptive software. A Connecticut native, Gerald graduated from UMass Amherst. He lives in South Florida.