SUPPORT & TRAINING IN TELEMEDICINE PROVIDED BY CENTER FOR CARE INNOVATIONS
Center for Care Innovations (CCI) has partnered with Telemedicine.com to provide telemedicine consulting, technical support, and training to their members at no cost. Telemedicine.com is also available for one-on-one technical support free of charge from CCI as well. For technical support call 530-676-0421, or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be offering weekly educational events. Our first group event is a Live Webinar with details listed below.
Presented by Daniel Kurywchak, Founder & CEO of Telemedicine.com
LIVE WEBINAR: Telemedicine Technical Issues to the Home and How to Minimize Them
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, clinicians have been experiencing technical issues connecting to patients' homes from their home and the clinic.
Dan will go over the most common issues in layman's terms that we face in telemedicine, whether your physicians are located at the clinic, the hospital, or their home, connecting to a patient.
Wednesday, April 15 @ 1:00 PM PST
Audience: Hospital Administration, Clinicans, and Technical Staff
Dan will also go over decision-making on purchasing software, hardware, medical peripherals, etc., to support your telemedicine program to the home and clinic.
Feel free to send us your questions for Dan to cover during this Webinar. If your need is immediate, reach out to him now at email@example.com
Daniel Kurywchak’s background includes 22 years of Telehealth / Telemedicine experience gathered from his previous roles at the University of California Davis Medical Center as Director of Telemedicine Technology and Director of the Telemedicine Learning Center; the Telemedicine Director and Senior Engineer at Intel Corporation; Chief Technology Officer for the CA Telehealth Network; and in his current role as the Chief Executive Officer for Telemedicine.com. Inc. Mr. Kurywchak is the founder of Telemedicine.com, Inc. and currently holds two patents in the field of Telemedicine and technical certifications in networking. He is also a Certified Engineer for Tandberg (Cisco) and Polycom video conferencing systems.
As Director of Telemedicine Technology for UC Davis, Mr. Kurywchak oversaw new technology development and Telemedicine implementation projects for over 80 hospitals and clinics throughout California, which included but are not limited to projects within the PICU, NICU, OR, ER, as well as robotic surgery. These projects involved the implementation of over 35 medical specialties. As Director of the Telemedicine Learning Center at UC Davis, Mr. Kurywchak played an active leadership role in developing the innovative classroom design and the three-day course curriculum, along with managing over 10 instructors. While at the University, Dan had trained over 800 clinicians on how to successfully develop their own Telemedicine program and continues to do so in his new roles. Mr. Kurywchak is also an internationally recognized speaker in the field of Telehealth and Telemedicine.
While working with the Intel Corporation Mr. Kurywchak held the positions of Director of Telemedicine and Senior Engineer. He was responsible for Telemedicine operations worldwide. He worked with engineering teams to develop new innovative Telemedicine devices within the Digital Health Program. He also worked closely with Craig Barrett, the Chairman of the Board and former CEO of Intel Corporation on his World Ahead project where Dan consulted worldwide on Telemedicine program development and acted as a liaison between Intel Corporation and hospitals and clinics that wanted to participate in the development and testing of new commercial products in the Telemedicine field.
Throughout Daniel Kurywchak’s career in Telehealth, he has acquired an extensive technical and operational background in primary care, rural health, and the delivery of specialty care. In his current role as Telemedicine.com’s CEO, Mr. Kurywchak has successfully implemented more than 500 Telemedicine projects worldwide from Los Angeles to deep in the Amazon in Brazil. Mr. Kurywchak's exposure to the diverse medical needs of hospitals and clinics provides him with a wealth of knowledge regarding the challenges and successes of Telemedicine.