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Seminar

DTC-09 - Lessons Learned From Brazil’s First Real-Time Telehealth Urgent Care System

Monday, April 30
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Location: E451B

Delivering health care to Brazil’s large and vast population remains one of the nation’s big problems. Examine how Brazil’s first urgent care real-time telemedicine program attempts to overcome the country’s unique hurdles. Examine data and results, and consider the challenges to telemedicine use as well as its potential to solve a wide array of health care delivery problems.

Learning Objectives:

Eduardo Cordioli

Head of Telemedicine
Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein

Dr. Eduardo Cordioli, MD, MSCE, MBA, is a obstetrician, since 2016 is the Head of the Telemedicine Center at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, São Paulo-SP, Brazil. He has held several leadership positions within the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital, being the last Manager of advanced diagnostic and outpatient unit and currently responsible for telemedicine and the postgraduate program in Gynecology and Obstetrics.

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Carlos Pedrotti

Senior Staff Physician - Telemedicine Department
Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein

Dr. Carlos Pedrotti, MD, MBA, internal medicine specialist and cardiologist, works at the Telemedicine Center of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, São Paulo, Brazil since 2012. In 2017 assumed the position of senior staff physician and clinical staff supervisor, joining the telemedicine management team on the development of new products and supervising operations.

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