Telemedicine: The Long-Term Solution to Physician Shortages and Specialty Coverage
Jason Povio, the President and COO for Eagle Telemedicine, the leader in technology-enabled, inpatient care for sustainable healthcare resilience again joins eHealth Radio and the Healthcare and Telemedicine Channels.
Many of today’s hospitals, rural hospitals in particular, face a number of challenges, in delivering specialty coverage. What are some of most significant short-term and long-term obstacles that rural hospitals face?
How is Telemedicine solving the challenges faced by these hospitals?
What are some ways telemedicine is delivering long-term value?
What approach does your company, Eagle Telemedicine take to address inpatient and outpatient care for hospitals? What are some key differentiators that you provide?
Is it working? Are these hospitals seeing improvements as a result of implementing telemedicine?
Jason Povio serves as President and Chief Operating Officer for Eagle Telemedicine. In this role, Jason has oversight over all aspects of the business, including operations, program implementation, post-implementation support, credentialing as well as marketing and business development.
He has a diverse background in systems engineering along with broad experience in healthcare, working in large integrated healthcare systems in a number of operational excellence and executive positions.
Jason received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Masters of Science in Engineering Management from the University of South Florida along with several Graduate Certificates in Quality and Change Management. He also holds a Lean Healthcare Certification and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from the University of Michigan.