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How to establish an ultrasound first culture in rural and critical access healthcare

Start Date:9/20/2021

Start Time:2:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS), once a novelty, is fast becoming a critical part of patient care, especially for rural and critical access hospital settings. Join us to hear from Dr. Peter Weimersheimer, Emergency Medicine Physician at the University of Vermont Medical Center, who will share lessons learned when implementing POCUS in his practice.

Learning Objectives:

- How to implement a comprehensive POCUS strategy, including lessons learned

- Integrating POCUS into the clinical workflow with specific case examples.

- A long-term trajectory of how POCUS can and will play a role in rural healthcare

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Speakers

Peter Weimersheimer, MD

Emergency Medicine Physician at University of Vermont Medical Center

Jill Kalman, MD

Chief Clinical and Scientific Officer at Butterfly Network

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