Specialists from 12 claims to fame showed 26 members on required virtual health introduction aptitudes at the eighth tri-administration, between office Virtual Health Patient Presenter courses Sept. 9 – 13 at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
The one-week course gave attendants, Army doctors, Air Force medical experts and Navy corpsmen hands-on guidance from claim to fame doctors and doctor collaborators, empowering them to go about as the suppliers’ “hands and eyes” during a virtual health visit. Members were told on strategies extending from complex orthopedic assessment to horrible mind damage assessment.
Virtual health utilizes a protected association with camcorders and screens to interface a patient with experts who are not situated close to the patient, diminishing the need to head out to get care.
“Computerized health care conveyance, synchronous virtual health, is the eventual fate of drug and we’re getting after that consistently here in Europe,” said U.S. Armed force Lt. Col. Robert Cornfeld, the medical chief of RHCE’s virtual health program. “We’re carrying the medical focus to the warfighter rather than the other way around.”
Local Health Command Europe virtual health gives computerized health care conveyance from in excess of 165 suppliers crosswise over 38 fortes to patients crosswise over Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The program serves Army, Air Force, Navy, NATO, Defense Logistics Agency and Department of State administration and relatives.
“This course has been great,” said U.S. Armed force Pfc. Andrew Diamond, a battle doctor alloted to the Sembach, Germany remedial office. “I’ve had the option to get outside of simply the ‘Military box’ and figure out how the Navy or Air Force does their care. I can bring back those aptitudes to Sembach and improve our center at giving care to our patients.”
“This course has been totally enlightening,” said Air Force Staff Sgt. Marqualla Sanders, a medical specialist appointed to the RAF Lakenheath family health facility. “I haven’t educated these strategies in a portion of these fortes previously.”