Conferences

Conferences & Presentations

Presentations provided by Dr. Thompson

  • Telemedicine: A New Model for Healthcare Delivery
  • Health Literacy
  • HIPAA and HITECH – Information Privacy and Security
  • Documentation – Critical to the Success of Your Physician Group
  • Top 10 Documentation Mistakes – Improving the Documentation for Your Physician Group
  • Technology on the Run – Apps for Productivity and Healthcare
  • Healthcare 2011: A to Z. An Update for Telephone Triage Nurses
  • Patient Satisfaction – Teaching to the Test
  • Telephone Triage – Your Quality Improvement Toolbox
  • Dangerous Symptoms of Pregnancy. Clinical Case Studies in Telephone Triage.
  • Telephone Triage – Clinical and Documentation Strategies for Risk Management
  • Healthcare 2008: A to Z. An Update for Telephone Triage Nurses.
  • Benchmarking Call Center Performance.
  • First Aid Update  for Telephone Triage Nurses
  • Principles of Triage Decision-Making
  • Pediatric Injuries: Looking Through the Caller’s Eyes.
  • Healthcare 2006: A to Z.
  • Dangerous Diseases and Symptoms Not to Miss
  • Telephone in Primary Care
  • Poisoning – An Approach to Diagnosis and Initial Treatment
  • Injuries: Looking Through the Caller’s Eyes.

 

Presentations provided by Dr. Schmitt

  • Quality Improvement Projects in a Pediatric Call Center
  • 12 Pediatric Infections Not to Miss
  • Telephone Visits or Encounters: Basic Knowledge
  • Anaphylactic reactions and telephone triage
  • Fever and telephone triage
  • Dangerous Neurological symptoms
  • Dangerous Respiratory symptoms
  • Dangerous Gastro-intestinal symptoms
  • Dangerous Dermatologic symptoms
  • Dangerous Newborn symptoms
  • Dangerous Musculo-skeletal symptoms
  • Telephone Calls and preventing medical liability
  • After-Hours telephone triage systems
  • Office-Hours telephone triage systems
  • The Telephone Visit: an introduction to telephone triage and advice
  • Prioritizing incoming calls
  • Role of the Medical Director of an AHCC
  • Telephone Medicine: Future Trends
  • Major Changes in Pediatric Clinical Content: Yearly Update Report for Nurses (2000-2016)