The Evolution of Hub and Spoke Telemedicine Program into a Remote Presence Health System
July 1, 2013
About this webinar:
Doug Romer speaks on the changes made in a critical access hospital after utilizing telemedicine.
Presentated by: Doug Romer, RN
Doug Romer is the Executive Director of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer at Grande Ronde Hospital, a twenty-five bed critical access hospital located in rural northeast Oregon. Doug has over thirty-five years experience in the healthcare industry including Surgical Services management, performance improvement, accreditation and licensure. Doug serves on the Board of the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center and the Telehealth Alliance of Oregon. Doug is the telemedicine coordinator for Grande Ronde Hospital and has implemented several successful telemedicine programs that have increased access and quality of care for its rural community. Some of these telemedicine advances are “firsts in the nation” and Grande Ronde continues to build on those successes.
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