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Use of Health Technology to Support Post-acute Care in Critical Access Hospitals

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Date:
June 2
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Objectives

  • Evaluate how health technology can be used to improve healthcare access in rural areas
  • Assess keys to promoting health equity with technology
  • Learn the role of remote patient monitoring and telemedicine in post-acute care
  • Observe specific examples of technology use: Doctors with Heart, National Hypertension Control Initiative

Presenter

Patrick Dunn, PhD, MS, MBA, FAHA is the Program Director for Connected Heart Health and the architect of the Intelligent Health Solutions for the American Heart Association’s Center of Excellence for Health Technology and Innovation.  Patrick has a unique blend of knowledge and experience in healthcare, business development, software engineering, quality and research.  Dr. Dunn is a clinical exercise physiologist and health educator with 36 years of experience in cardiac rehabilitation, preventive cardiology and wellness with specific expertise in digital health literacy and digital coaching methods.

1.0 Nurse contact hour

There is no charge to attend. Funding for this program comes from the Illinois Department of Public Health 1815 grant- Improving the Health of Illinoisans through Chronic Disease Prevention.

This webinar will be recorded.