- Pediatric Critical Care in a Hospital Setting: Inpatient and Emergency Teleconsultation
- Primary Care in a School-Based Health Center: Reaching Pediatrics in their Own Communities for Outpatient Consultation.
As rural areas struggle with access to pediatric care and sub-specialists, telemedicine is increasingly becoming a fantastic tool leveraged by rural healthcare organizations across the nation. This webinar will shed some light on different ways telemedicine is already being leveraged to deliver quality and timely pediatric care to children in rural communities.
Please join our featured presenters Dr. David McSwain, MPH from MUSC Center for Telehealth and Kristin Smith, RN, BSN from the Community Health Center of Branch County. Each of them will share details of their pediatric telemedicine programs and how they achieved such positive healthcare outcomes and successes.
Webinar presented by AMD Global Telemedicine, a National Rural Health Association Platinum Partner.
Attending This Webinar Will Help You:
- Understand how community hospitals can leverage telemedicine to improve the quality of their pediatric care, strengthen subspecialty offerings, facilitate cost savings, and improve the financial bottom line for bother referring and consulting facilities.
- Learn new ways to address time-sensitive pediatric critical care patients, using telemedicine technologies.
- Find out what is involved in setting up a school-based telemedicine program and understand how it improves a rural hospital’s service offerings and substantially impacts student’s health.
Who Should Attend:
- Rural Health Clinics, Rural Hospitals, Federally Qualified Health Clinics and Clinical Services, Public Health Departments
- Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Director of Nursing, Clinicians, Medical Group Manager, Medical Directors, Pediatricians, Community Outreach Program Managers
Learn from two different programs how telemedicine has significantly impacted pediatric care in their rural communities. Although these programs are vastly different in nature, they share the same core mission of delivery timely and effective care for children in rural communities.
David McSwain, MD MPH
Medical Director, Telehealth Optimization, MUSC Center for Telehealth, Assistant Professor, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Kristin Smith, RN, BSN
Director of Patient Experience, Community Health Center of Branch County