Leveraging Video Technology to Enhance Patient Safety and Deliver Concordant Care

Join me on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, for a C-TAC webinar, "Leveraging Video Technology to Enhance Patient Safety and Deliver Concordant Care." My talk is based on my forthcoming article: "Video Advance Directives: Growth and Benefits of Audiovisual Recording." This will be in a symposium issue of the SMU Law Review celebrating the 30th anniversary of Cruzan. Advance care planning conversations are the first step in ensuring that people communicate their preferences and goals of care, but how can we make sure that those wishes are understood and honored?  TRIAD VIII was the first evidence-based study to evaluate how Scripted Patient To Clinician Video messaging can allow clinicians to hear what matters most to a patient straight from the patient’s mouth, even when a medical crisis renders them unable to speak for themselves. MIDEO®, a state of the art ACP platform, utilizes ID cards and medallions that connects to a video recording in seconds, which patients can state their care preferences. MIDEO is leading this charge in this space as a patient safety tool to prove goal concordant care. During this webinar, MIDEO® creator Ferdinando Mirarchi, D.O, and legal &ethical experts will discuss how technology can play a role in ensuring that patient wishes are heard and honored. Speakers:• Ferdinando Mirarchi, D.O., Creator, MIDEO®, Founder, Institute on Healthcare Directives• Charles Sabatino, JD, Director, Commission on ...
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