The End of Telehealth as We Know It

December 4, 4:00am, UTC - 5:00am, UTC

In person in Anchorage or webinar.  This event is by invitation only.  Please follow the registration button to request an inviation.


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Join us in person or via webinar for a thought provoking presentation on the telemedicine by Stewart Ferguson, Ph.D. from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Comsotium on 3 Dec 2014 from noon to 1pm.  

Stewart Ferguson Ph.D. is CIO for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) located in Anchorage Alaska.  Dr. Ferguson has primary responsibility for IT and Clinical Informatics operations for the Alaska Native Medical Center, the largest Native hospital in the US and the only level 2 trauma center in Alaska.  Dr. Ferguson was previously the Director of the Alaska Federal Health Care Access Network (AFHCAN) in Anchorage, Alaska with deployments throughout Alaska, the United States, and multiple other countries.  He is the a Past-President of the American Telemedicine Association, and is a founding member and past-Chairman of the Board for the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center providing support to telehealth systems in 8 states and the Pacific Islands.  Dr. Ferguson has over twenty years of progressive computer and research experience in academic, industrial, biomedical and business environments.  He has been involved in software development for CT scanners, theoretical solutions for the forward and inverse problems in biomagnetism, and imaging techniques for cardiac activity.  He holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees both in Biomedical Engineering, and B.S. degrees in both Mathematics and Electrical Engineering.

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