Developing a Teleneonatology Program in Response to COVID-19

A telemedicine network that allows neonatologists to be at the bedside of critically ill neonates exactly when needed:

In this presentation to HIMSS 2021:

  • Improves access to neonatal expertise
  • Facilitates patient triage
  • Improves patient safety and quality of care

 

In this presentation to HIMSS 2021:

Chris Dewhurst , MD
Clinical Director, Liverpool Neonatal Partnership,
Liverpool Women’s Hospital and
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
Liverpool, United Kingdom

&

Beth Kreofsky, MBA
Operations Manager, Teleneonatology Program
Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN, USA

aim to support by evidence and experience the following Learning Objectives:

  • Identify how a telehealth program can be set up quickly, safely, and effectively in response to a pandemic
  • Describe the benefits of a partnership between health providers and academic researchers in developing a telehealth program
  • Recognize how a telehealth solution can support clinical decision-making in a remote setting
  • Analyze the operational success and workforce response to a telehealth program

 

Learn how a rapid Implementation of Teleneonatology During Pandemic Onset took place.
Discover the outcomes & lessons learned & future developments.

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