Jared Antczak, chief digital officer at Sanford Health, will join panelists from across the country, including Baptist Health System and Providence Health, to address digital health literacy issues within vulnerable populations.
The panel discussion is part of the 2nd Annual Remote Patient Monitoring Virtual Summit, made up of health care and technology leaders from organizations across the country, which aims to address the successes and challenges of digital health care.
Sanford Health continues to advance the organization’s vision of virtual care with its goal of becoming the premier rural health system in the United States. During his panel discussion, Antczak will engage participants in techniques to improve digital health literacy challenges amongst different populations and communities across the globe.
“At Sanford Health, our footprint serves a variety of people,” said Antczak. “We have the privilege of serving many patients who live in urban communities who use technology daily as well as those who live rurally. No matter where you live, what ZIP code you’re in, we want to care for you. Whether you’re in an office building downtown or behind a combine in the middle of harvest, we want to ensure you and your family have access to quality health care.”
Antczak joined Sanford Health earlier this year as the health care system is set to grow its virtual care initiative, expanding access to health care for patients and residents by utilizing the most advanced technologies to keep care closer to home.
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