Tech Tuesday: Home Health Care in 2020 and Beyond - Paradigm shifts and a sea of change (Webinar)
Date and Time
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
This month's Tech Tuesday will be hosted through the webinar platform GoToMeeting. Register at the plugin below and you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the GoToMeeting session. When clicking through to the link, the website will prompt you to download the GoToMeeting desktop app software. You can go ahead and do so to participate in the webinar or you can opt to call in through the phone number instead provided through email upon webinar registration. If you opt to participate through phone only, please note that you will not have access to any presentations or handouts provided through the webinar platform.
Everything is changing rapidly due to the events surrounding COVID19 and the new reality of home health. As counter-intuitive as it sounds, the current conditions, growing patient populations, caregiver shortages, and reduced reimbursements are creating massive opportunities for innovators and entrepreneurs in home-based health care. Providers and payers continue to evolve new care and payment models that embrace and incentivize more specialized care in the home. Join us for our monthly Tech Tuesday session on April 14th from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM from the comfort of your own home or office where Zach Zuniga, Director of Grandview Health at Home, will talk about how the industry is viewing these seismic shifts as opportunities and how technology can play a vital role in this new paradigm of care.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Zachary Zuniga serves as a Director for Grandview Health at Home, a network of family-owned and operated home-health focused businesses serving New Mexico and Texas. He also works with health tech startups and home health companies to create effective strategies for ideation, development, and implementation of new technology products.
Zach was born and raised in El Paso and received his Bachelor’s degree from UTEP, where he graduated cum laude with a degree in Political Science. He went on to receive his law degree from Cornell Law School. After working to represent healthcare providers, insurers and patients in New York, Zach worked for 3 years as a product strategist for a health-tech startup based out of Brooklyn before returning to El Paso to pursue his own entrepreneurial interests.