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Quarterly Thought Conference: Recruiting a New Generation of Health Care Professionals

Click here to register! According to the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), medical professionals are in greater demand now more than ever. Engaging students early on in their career planning stage helps to educate them about a career most have never heard about. Listen in on August 24 at 3 PM CST as Michael [...]

Quarterly Thought Conference ARCHIVED – Legal and Regulatory Update for the Region

Click here to view presentation. Listen as Christa Natoli, Deputy Executive Director, The Robert J. Waters Center for Telehealth & e-Health Law (CTeL) provides an introduction to CTeL, shares a state policy overview for Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee, and discusses telehealth reimbursement and CBO. This event was recorded on April 18, 2017. It will require [...]

Quarterly Thought Conference: Legal and Regulatory Regional Update

Click here to register! April 18 at 3 PM CST Listen in as Christa Natoli, Deputy Executive Director, The Robert J. Waters Center for Telehealth & e-Health Law (CTeL) shares a legal and regulatory update for Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. Christa oversees all business development efforts and strategic operations. She has extensive experience in policy [...]

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Building and Developing the Tele-ICU Program

Partnering to Improve Patient Care Tele-ICU programs represent some of the finest integrations of on-site teams, remote teams, and technology to support and to improve patient care. This Quarterly Thought Conference from the South Central Telehealth Resource Center highlights the Tele-ICU program at Baptist Health in Little Rock, Arkansas, eICUcare. This program serves 16 hospitals [...]

Quarterly Thought Conference: eICU Care

FREE WEBINAR February 21 at 1 PM CST Click here to register!     Vicki Norman, RN, Director of eICU Care at Baptist Health, will discuss eICU care. The Baptist Health eICU provides 24/7 critical care monitoring via a central hub, which is located in Little Rock, Arkansas. The hub provides services across the Baptist [...]