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COVID and Telemedicine: Experience from China, India, and the U.S.
October 7, 2020 @ 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Hongqiao Fu, Assistant Professor in Health Economics and Policy in School of Public Health, Peking University
Ajay Nair, CEO, Swasth Digital Health Foundation
Atveev Mehrotra, Associate Professor of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School
Moderator: Winnie Chi-Man Yip, Professor of Global Health Policy and Economics, Harvard School of Public Health; Director, Harvard China Health Partnership; Interim Director, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.
In many countries, telemedicine is playing an important role in COVID-19 pandemic response and may have an increased role in non-COVID-19 service delivery going forward. Join us for a discussion of telemedicine in the three largest countries of the world–China, India, and the United States. Panelists will discuss the policies around insurance coverage, pricing, and quality of telemedicine and the role that telemedicine may have in the regular health care delivery system for years to come.
Sponsored by Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and Harvard China Health Partnership. Co-sponsored by the Mittal South Asia Institute and the Harvard University Asia Center. This panel discussion is presented as part of “24 Hours of Harvard,” a special feature of Worldwide Week at Harvard 2020.
This discussion will be streamed online at https://worldwide.harvard.edu/24hh-24-hours-harvard. No pre-registration is necessary.