Almost Anything Is Virtually Possible: How Rapid Changes in Virtual Abilities During the Pandemic Have Improved Access to Critical Care
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Quality and Patient Safety, Professional Development and Education, 2022
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been the catalyst that changed our critical care world. This session will review how rapid changes in implementing telemedicine technology has improved education, management, and outcomes in critical care, especially in resource-limited regions. Speakers will show how, even with novel critical conditions, telemedicine has been shown to improve care without inducing negative financial impacts in underserved areas of healthcare. Speakers will show how to utilize diverse multiprofessional personnel to efficiently manage ICUs in multiple states while improving all aspects of critical care, including pharmacy, respiratory therapy, and specialty care.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Quality and Patient Safety
Tag Telemedicine eICU
Year 2022
virtual abilities
critical care
telecritical care


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