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Telehealth-Bücher: Training Manuals, Risk Management, Standards & Richtlinien

Bücher von Sheila Wheeler

The Pandemic has propelled Telehealth center stage overnight. It is essential! Telehealth clinical training is also essential! All training tools for a complete system are listed here.

Ms Wheeler’s newest training manual Telehealth: Essentials for Expert Clinical Practice will be available from Amazon in early 2021. It is a revision of the 1993 Trainingshandbuch, and includes a Standards Manual. Telehealth Risk Management in Ambulatory and Pre-Hospital Settings will be released in early 2021 as well. The two new books are available auf Amazon in Spring of 2021

Manager: Jump start your clinical training for existing or new staff! The texts are unique, evidence-based and practical for a group or a new hire as a self-study. Get staff up to speed quickly, and check that task off your list! Miteinander ausgehen, no evidence has shown that, by themselves, electronic algorithms can safely replace the need for a complete system, einschließlich clinical training. Training materials are an essential component of a basic telehealth system.

Recent evidence shows that electronic algorithms may actually introduce new error, and that clinicians are still making basic errors (Wheeler, 2015, 2019). Wheeler’s books form components of a complete system designed to inform technological safety und reduce errors evident in recent telehealth malpractice cases.

Most of Wheeler’s books are informed by actual malpractice case studies illustrating recurrent pitfallsinadequate assessment, communication, Kontinuität und Einverständniserklärung. Wheeler has developed remedies to these root causes of error in Medicine (Gemeinsame Kommission) in addition to human error. Ms Wheeler’s goal was to develop telehealth products that were evidence- and standards-based, as practical and as “real world” as is possible, to bolster patient safety and reduce negative outcomes .

Wheeler’s 1993 Trainingshandbuch — “Telefon-Triage: Theorie, Praxis & Protocol Development” — is a classic in the field, and set the stage for telehealth as a subspecialty. Extrapolated from physician practice research (and early malpractice cases), it is serves as a unique historical overview — ein “how to” und “go to” training manual for the embryonic fields telephone triage.

Wheeler’s 3-volume set of Telegesundheitsrichtlinien (Erwachsene, School-Age or Infant-Child) is based upon expert nurse consensus, research evidence and malpractice cases. Wheeler’s expert witness work, combined with her research, Joint Commission standards and regulations, all serve to inform the design of Telehealth Guidelines. Her design and content are user-friendly, integriert, Beweis- and risk management – based.

All books are Available auf Amazon

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