Telemedicine for Rural and Critical Access Hospitals,
Webinar Presenter Bios

Harry Brockus
Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center

Bryan Arkwright
Senior Consultant at Subsidium Healthcare;
Former Director, Center for Telehealth at Mission Health

Harry Brockus

Harry was born and raised in DeMotte, Ind. after which he received an Associate’s Degree in Respiratory Therapy from Indiana Vocational Technical College. Later, he earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Calumet College of St. Joseph as well as a Master’s of Business Administration from Indiana University.

Mr. Brockus began his healthcare administration career at a 3 hospital system in Northwest Indiana, comprising 800 total beds. He served as Director over 13 Outpatient Centers and Physician Liaison. During his tenure in Indiana, Mr. Brockus, served as an internal consultant throughout the hospital. Starting in January 2007 he spent two years in Allentown, Penn. assisting in the development of the state’s first physician-owned full service hospital.

In November 2008, Mr. Brockus was hired as the CEO of Hoopeston Regional Health Center by management company QHR and remains focused on improving the quality and access of healthcare in the community. He recently led Hoopeston Hospital through a merger with The Carle Development Foundation, providing operating efficiencies and improving access to specialty care.

He is an avid supporter of community development programs and participates in many organizations including Rotary Club of Hoopeston and the United Fund of Grant Township. He is a member of the Vermilion Advantage Board and recently was nominated to take a seat on the DACC Foundation Board.

Bryan Arkwright

Bryan T. Arkwright works as a senior consultant currently focusing on Telehealth Strategy and Operations. Bryan’s immediate past experience was serving as Director of the Mission Center for Telehealth in Asheville, NC where he oversaw the expansion and growth of their Telehealth clinical programs reaching over 44 locations and establishing a comprehensive multi-year telehealth strategic plan. Bryan’s other experiences include working at Wake Forest Baptist Health serving as lead for their Office of Telehealth and launching key regional telehealth programs. Bryan’s areas of expertise include: Project Management, System Development, Business Development, Telehealth Operations, mHealth, Telehealth Readiness Factors, Telehealth Rapid Development Life Cycle, Telehealth Governance, Strategic Planning, Strategic Intelligence, Knowledge Management, and Process Improvement.

Bryan has a Bachelor’s degree from Ohio University, a Master of Health Administration from Medical College of Virginia/VCU, and a Six Sigma Black Belt from the American Society for Quality.

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