ABISA’s CEO Delivers Presentation on Telemedicine to Joint National Conference on Hispanic Health

Washington, DC, April 26, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Nick Hernandez, CEO at ABISA, delivered a presentation last week on the topic of telemedicine at the Joint National Conference on Hispanic Health. The conference, held in Washington, D.C., was co-hosted by the National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) and the Hispanic Dental Association (HDA). Physicians, dentists, health care professionals, government and private sector partners from across the nation gathered to learn new strategies for effective health care and policies to improve the health of Hispanic populations.

One of the tenants of the Affordable Care Act was to provide access to care for all Americans. To that end, telemedicine is a piece of the healthcare transformation and the government is slowly helping with telehealth initiatives.

In the presentation delivered by Hernandez, he noted that while telemedicine is already available to patients nationwide, programs vary significantly in their objectives, scope, and complexity. “Not all telemedicine programs are designed the same or offer the same level of service. Additionally, telemedicine needs are different for solo and small group practices than for hospitals and healthcare systems.”

The CEO of a leading independent healthcare consultancy, Nick has helped clients throughout the United States and in multiple countries formulate strategic direction and advance healthcare business initiatives. The company’s client list includes physician groups, hospitals, healthcare IT organizations, venture capitalists, private equity investment groups, and strategy consulting companies.

ABISA offers a comprehensive range of consulting services tailored for the needs of healthcare providers. As a trusted source for operational solutions, ABISA enables physicians to concentrate more of their time on patient care. For more information, visit www.abisallc.com or contact us at info@abisallc.com.

About NHMA
The National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) is a non-profit organization in Washington, DC with the mission to empower Hispanic physicians to lead efforts to improve health of Hispanic populations in collaboration with public and private sector partners. Visit www.nhmamd.org.

About HDA
The Hispanic Dental Association (HDA) is a national, non-profit 501(c)3 organization comprised of oral health professionals and students dedicated to promoting and improving the oral health of the Hispanic community and providing advocacy for Hispanic oral health professionals across the US. Visit www.hdassoc.org.
Nick Hernandez