Webinar:

Developing Telemedicine Partnerships for Rural Healthcare

 


 

 

Archived Webinar February 2018

Rural citizens are some of the most affected by the shortages of providers, especially when it comes to specialty and follow-up care. Even the most amazing and well-intentioned physicians cannot be adept in all specialized areas of medicine practiced today. Referrals for specialty care, means the patient has to endure the cost of travel and time away from school/work to attend appointments in metro areas.

Telemedicine helps fill current gaps and challenges facing rural healthcare providers by bringing specialty care DIRECTLY to the patient.

This webinar, featuring Morgan Waller at Children's Mercy Kansas City teaches you how rural healthcare providers can partner with larger centers of excellence to deliver specialty care through telemedicine. To help move you forward with putting together your telemedicine plan, Ron Emerson from AMD Global Telemedicine reviews the key factors that need to be addressed when putting your strategic plan together.

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Learning Objectives:

  • How to fill gaps in your healthcare services, with highly specialized clinical telemedicine.
  • How to partner with academic medical centers to leverage their services and extend your ability to treat more patients.
  • Key considerations when starting a telemedicine program.
  • Effectiveness practice models and workflows.
  • Telemedicine business models that make the most sense for rural healthcare providers.

Featured Presenters:

 

Morgan Waller, MBA, BAPsy, BSN, RN
Director of Telemedicine


Ron Emerson, RN BSN
Global Director of Strategic and Partner Development

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Critical Access Hospitals
  • FQHCs
  • Rural Hospitals
  • Administration
  • Clinical Directors
  • Chief Nursing Officers
  • CEOs
  • Patient Services
  • Rural Private Practice Providers & Administrators
  • Rural Mental Health Providers & Administrators
  • Rural School District Administrators