Date: Thursday, August 13
Time: 1:00 – 4:30pm ET

Telehealth… The Next Big Opportunity for Broadband?

In this virtual event on August 13, Cablefax will assemble panels of experts to assess key opportunities for the cable & broadband sector as advances in telehealth intersect with changing patient behavior.  

What in-home products and services will consumers demand—and what new business relationships will emerge as the multi-billion dollar healthcare sector looks for partners with strong relationships with customers in their homes?  

How will the next generation of broadband services improve connections between patients and doctors amid this more socially distanced and safety-conscious world? 

And where are the major opportunities for revenue growth and new lines of business?

Thanks to Our Sponsor


  • Chris Bastain

  • Mike Braham

  • Carina Edwards

  • Pam Lloyd, PhD

    VP, Government, Healthcare & Education
  • Eric Klassen

    Executive Producer
  • Kara Mullaley

    Community Broadband Market Development Manager
  • Bonny Roberts

    Director, Portfolio Management for Business, Information Technology
    Centura Health

Cablefax Moderators

  • Michael Grebb

  • Amy Maclean

    Editorial Director
  • Sara Winegardner

    Senior Editor


Click Session Name for Session Details & Speakers

  1. 1:00 pm - 1:15 pm


  2. 1:15 pm - 1:45 pm

    Wake Up Call: The Future, Brought to You by COVID-19

  3. 1:45 pm - 2:15 pm

    Fireside Chat: Real World Applications with Trappolo's Mike Braham

  4. 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm

    Screenology: Consumers Take Control with Tech

  5. 3:00 pm - 3:15 pm


  6. 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm

    Case Study: Telehealth Opportunities for Rural Broadband

  7. 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    A World of Possibility: Imagine Where We Might Go From Here!

Why Attend?

In a series of focused virtual sessions, you will learn how to:In a series of focused virtual sessions, you will learn how to:

  • Supercharge your knowledge of the newest telemedicine in-home applications, services and consumer devices.
  • Fully assess short-term and long-term business opportunities that are emerging as telehealth enters wider adoption.
  • Navigate complicated security and privacy issues as medical consultations and monitoring increasingly flow over broadband networks.
  • Assess regulatory challenges that could arise as the cable business crosses over into the complex healthcare market.
  • Analyze the current competitive market, including how broadband providers are setting up telehealth divisions, doing deals and otherwise positioning themselves for success.
  • Assess the overall healthcare industry and its unique needs as it expands out of the hospital or doctor’s office and into the home.
  • Partner with new telehealth startups and investment opportunities for broadband providers.

Questions?  Contact

Registration: Kate Schaeffer at

Sponsorship Opportunties: Olivia Murray at 

Program Content: Michael Grebb at