Practical Guidance for Building and Sustaining a Telestroke
Webinar Three in a three-part series
Original Event: Dec. 13, 2011
Estimated Time to Complete: 1 Hour
Accreditation for this program has expired.
This activity is jointly sponsored by Medical Education Resources and National Stroke Association.
Overcoming Challenges will address:
- Identifying obstacles in licensing, credentialing, privileging, medical and legal issues and practicing across state lines
- Tools to maintain and sustain a telestroke network
- Getting buy-in from clinicians and administrative leadership and providers
- Educating staff
- Identifying and engaging champions and stakeholders
- How to keep hub and spoke partners engaged
- How to combat the fatigue factor
- Technology issues including cost of ongoing maintenance and human resources
Through participation in this activity, participants should be better able to:
- Identify and address existing obstacles to telestroke network implementation
- Discuss key components to maintaining the logistical and/or operational sustainability of a telestroke network
- Summarize methods to acquire, educate and maintain telestroke team members
- Discuss telestroke technology and its issues
This series is designed for stroke center coordinators, medical directors, hospital administrators, neurologists and emergency medicine physicians. The audience may also include other stroke team members.
|Bart M. Demaerschalk, MD, MSc, FRCP
Professor of Neurology
Mayo Clinic Hospital
|Jeffrey A. Switzer, DO
Associate Professor of Neurology
Medical College of Georgia
The enduring webinar is designed for individual viewing. The posttest and evaluation are electronic and can only be completed by an individual after watching the program. There are no fees for participating in this activity.
This activity is for educational purposes only. Accreditation for this program has expired.
Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest
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The faculty reported the following financial relationships with commercial interests whose products or services may be mentioned in this activity:
|Name of Faculty||Report Financial Relationship|
|Bart M. Demaerschalk, MD, MSc, FRCP||Investigator: National Stroke Association sponsored study on telestroke funded by Genentech, Inc.|
|Jeffrey A. Switzer, DO||Research Support: Genentech, Inc., Lundbeck; Local Primary Investigator: NIH NINDS grant.|
The content managers reported the following financial relationships with commercial interests whose products or services may be mentioned in this activity:
Name of Content Manager
Report Financial Relationship
|Denise Henasey||No financial relationships to disclose|
|Lori Conwell, CCMEP||No financial relationships to disclose|
PC-based attendees—Required: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista
Non accredited On-demand Webinars
Webinar One: Business Model Strategies
Telestroke Network Fundamentals
The Practical Guidance for Building and Sustaining a Telestroke Webinar Series is brought to you by an educational grant from Genentech, Inc.