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August 2 and 3: HHS Telemedicine Hack: August 2: Clinical Best Practices: The Art of the Tele-Physical Exam. August 3: Telebehavioral Health in Integrated Primary Care and Safety Net Clinic Settings

Posted 2 months ago by Susan Conaty-Buck

HHS Telemedicine Hack: 

Clinical Best Practices: The Art of the Tele-Physical Exam

9/2/2020: 12 noon EST

NP Telehealth Practice Featured

Free CEs available

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9/2/20 Presenters

Tina Gustin, DNP, CNS

Assistant Professor

Old Dominion University

School of Nursing

Director Center for Telehealth Innovation, Education and Research

Norfolk, VA

 Tina Gustin, DNP, CNS has over 35-years of advanced practice nursing experience. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Old Dominion University (ODU) School of Nursing where she teach in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. She is also  am also the Director of the university's Center for Telehealth Innovation, Education, and Research (C-TIER). The center serves as a telehealth learning hub and research center not only for the state but also the East Coast Region of the United States.  Dr. Gustin also serves as the clinical manager for the Pediatric Telehealth program at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk Virginia.  Dr. Gustin is responsible for the development of new telehealth programs and assuring clinical competence of the telehealth providers.  She has also been the PI and Co-PI for several Health and Human Services Administration (HRSA) grants totally over 6 million dollars. These grants have aimed at reaching the rural and underserved though telehealth and interprofessional collaboration. Dr. Gustin has extensively published and presented on both interprofessional team-based care and preparing providers for telehealth both nationally and internationally. I have a particular interest in the unique "telehealth etiquette" or "webside manner" that is necessary to successfully conduct a telehealth encounter. She has recently acquired a MITRE contract through ODU and C-TIER to assist in the cyber security of remote patient monitoring.  She has served on the American Nurses Association task force for technology and was most recently elected to the Center for Telehealth and eHealth Law (CTeL) Advisory Board.

 

Carolyn Rutledge PhD, FNP-BC

Professor

Associate Chair, School of Nursing

Director Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA

 Carolyn Rutledge, PhD, FNP-BC is Professor and Associate Chair of Nursing at Old Dominion University (ODU) where she directs their DNP program. Dr. Rutledge is a Professor of Family Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School where she has maintained a clinical practice for 32 years and served in a faculty role for the medical school, family practice residency, and faculty development. She has published over 60 articles and served as an investigator on 28 grant applications totaling over $19 million focusing on new models of care such as telehealth to provide care to rural and underserved populations. She was the lead in developing the NONPF position paper on educating Nurse Practitioners in telehealth.  She is a sought-after national consultant in telehealth education and had a book, “Telehealth Essentials for Advanced Practice Nursing” published June 2020.  She is the Academic Director of the Center for Telehealth Innovation, Education, and Research (C-TIER) at ODU.  In 2014, Dr. Rutledge received the SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Award, the highest honor provided to faculty in Virginia.

 

Patrick Hawkins, DNP, NP

Private practice nephrology clinic, Flint, MI

Assistant Professor/Senior Nurse Practitioner

Michigan State University, College of Nursing

 Patrick Hawkins, DNP, ANP is an NP at a private practice nephrology clinic in Flint, MI.  He will be co-presenting one of the case studies. Dr. Hawkins is also an assistant Professor/Senior Nurse Practitioner instructor at MSU’s College of Nursing.  His areas of interest include Chronic Kidney Disease, Hypertension Management, Transplant Anemia Management, and Community Health.

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August 3, 2020

12 noon EST

 HHS Telemedicine Bonus Hack:
Telebehavioral Health in Integrated Primary Care and Safety Net Clinic Settings

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Hosted By:       National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers

Presenters: 

Jonathan Neufeld, PhD, Director, Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center                                  

Tearsanee Carlisle Davis, DNP, FNP-BC, Director, Clinical and Advanced Practice Operations, University of Mississippi Medical Center                                                    

Paola Peynetti Velázquez, MPH, Senior Performance Improvement Advisor, Quality & Safety, Cambridge Health Alliance                                                                                  

Gaurav Gupta, MPH, Performance Improvement Advisor, Quality & Safety                

Nicholas J. Carson, MD, FRCPC, Medical Director, Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Services; Assistant Professor– Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School 

Jacob Venter, MD, MBA, CPE, FAPA, Vice-Chief, Operations; Chief, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry