Leaders from EMS and hospital teams join together to discuss the role of Telehealth in Acute Care Scenarios such as Stroke, STEMI and Trauma
Ridgefield, NJ,- Nov 01, 2021: General Devices announces that registration for the Webinar, “Understanding the Role of Telehealth in Stroke, STEMI and Trauma Care: A Discussion with Providers & Leaders from EMS, Hospitals & Community Healthcare” is now open. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, November 16th at 12:00 PM EST, and focus on industry-wide topics, such as:
- Systems of care, Regional program development and growth with telehealth
- App-based communication & technology for Acute Care
- Gaining team buy-in for the right tools
- EMS and ED workflows with Mobile Telemedicine
GD has gathered several acute care experts with first-hand experiences to share their insights and uses of telehealth in their acute care roles. Our panelists are leaders from both EMS and Hospital teams:
Alina Capatina, Program coordinator for acute coronary syndrome and ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) at Baystate Medical Center
Rodney Dawson, The Director of EMS and Outreach, at HCA / TriStar Division, here he bridges the gap between hospital and prehospital care by building relationships and aligning clinical practice.
Ben Ryals, BSN, RN, CEN Emergency Department Nurse Manager with 16 years at Southeast Health Medical Center ED.
Curt Bashford, CEO & Protagonist of Responsive Innovation at General Devices. His experience at GD spans 35 years & includes developing and marketing communications and telemedicine solutions for Emergency Medical Services, hospitals & health care providers.
Join us as we discuss the challenges associated with telehealth in acute care, and the steps the industry can take to leverage new advances in Telehealth to improve patient care.
Register for the webinar ‘Understanding the Role of Telehealth in Stroke, STEMI and Trauma Care: A Discussion with Providers & Leaders from EMS, Hospitals & Community Healthcare,’ today to hear from these industry experts.