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GlobalMed would like to invite you to a complimentary live video event on Correctional Healthcare.

Providing healthcare to inmates is not a correctional system’s primary mission, but it IS a critical function that must be performed, under challenging circumstances:

  • Aging Population
  • Lack of Provider Interest in Population
  • Rising Costs - Reduced Funding
  • Security In and Out of Prison
  • Transition to Outside Care Facilities

Hear from experts in Healthcare and Telemedicine on how Technology can address these concerns and more.

Is there a particular topic you would like discussed? Submit your request when you register!

Featured Presenters Include:

Debbie Voyles, Director of Telemedicine, Texas Tech University
Dr. Michael D. Arca,
California Correctional Health Care Services


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About the Presenters

About Debbie Voyles:
Debbie Voyles is the director for telemedicine for the F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health, which is part of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Debbie has been a part of the telemedicine program since May 1999. She is responsible for the management of the day to day operations of the telemedicine program. Her duties include strategic planning, marketing, business development, and development of new telemedicine sites. Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Lubbock Christian University and a Master of Business Administration with a certification in Health Organization Management from Texas Tech University.

About Dr. Michael Arca:
Michael Arca
, M.D., Chief of Telemedicine Services for the California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS), has been involved with CCHCS over 5 yrs and Telemedicine Services for the last 3 years.  CCHCS’s telemedicine program provides access to both specialty care and primary care to 33 adult institutions spread across California, including many located in rural and graphically remote areas. In 2012 CCHCS Telemedicine program was named as a Computerworld Honors Laureate.

 

 

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To make sure you don't miss it, add the event to your Outlook here, your Google Cal here, or your iCal here.
Watch it Here
10 a.m. Pacific/ 1 p.m. Eastern

TexLa.Log-01222   GlobalMed-LOGO2   CCHS222

GlobalMed would like to invite you to a complimentary live video event on Correctional Healthcare.

Hear from experts in Healthcare and Telemedicine on how Technology can address:

  • Aging Population
  • Lack of Provider Interest in Population
  • Rising Costs - Reduced Funding
  • Security In and Out of Prison
  • Transition to Outside Care Facilities

Featured Presenters Include:

Debbie Voyles, Director of Telemedicine, Texas Tech University
Dr. Michael D. Arca,
California Correctional Health Care Services


 

Debbie Voyles:
Debbie Voyles is the director for telemedicine for the F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health, which is part of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Debbie has been a part of the telemedicine program since May 1999. She is responsible for the management of the day to day operations of the telemedicine program. Her duties include strategic planning, marketing, business development, and development of new telemedicine sites. Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Lubbock Christian University and a Master of Business Administration with a certification in Health Organization Management from Texas Tech University.

Dr. Michael Arca:
Michael Arca
, M.D., Chief of Telemedicine Services for the California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS), has been involved with CCHCS over 5 yrs and Telemedicine Services for the last 3 years.  CCHCS’s telemedicine program provides access to both specialty care and primary care to 33 adult institutions spread across California, including many located in rural and graphically remote areas. In 2012 CCHCS Telemedicine program was named as a Computerworld Honors Laureate.

 

Register Here!