Poor communication contributes to 80% of medical errors (the 3rd leading cause of death), ⅓ of all malpractice suits, poor outcomes and redundant costs. Unfortunately, these miscommunications are abundant because our care teams are stuck in communication silos. 

That's why we need to unify ALL systems of care for ALL time sensitive emergencies with regional communication networks that connect ALL members of the care team -- from prehospital providers to interfacility teams to those at other hospitals outside of our own.

This webinar is well suited for providers and hospital executives who would like to learn:

  • How to identify the key gaps in communication and why they persist despite today's "solutions."
  • The importance of uniting all time sensitive emergency workflows and systems of care
  • What a true regional system of communication looks like and how it facilitates the provision of value based healthcare.
  • What hospital executives can do to help their teams provide better patient care, improve job satisfaction for providers, and increase revenue while decreasing costs. 

Featured Speakers:

Dr. James T. Woodson, M.D.

Founder and CEO

James Woodson, MD, FACEP, is a Board-Certified Emergency Physician whose passion is to serve. He is Founder of Pulsara and the Alpine Compassion Clinic, which provides free preventative care to those in need in the East Texas Community. After completing his Emergency Medicine specialty training at Carolinas Medical Center, James joined Leading Edge Medical Associates (LEMA), providing patient care at the Good Shepherd Health System in the Longview, Texas area. While practicing, he experienced the communication difficulties we face in healthcare in diverse settings from rural critical access facilities, all the way to major metropolitan tertiary care centers. This experience inspired Dr. Woodson and his team to found the healthcare communication company Pulsara, where he currently serves as CEO.

Mic Gunderson, EMT-P (Ret), FAEMS

Center for Systems Improvement

Mic has been involved in emergency healthcare for over 40 years in various leadership, managerial, research, and clinical positions with regulatory agencies, academic centers, and 3rd service, fire-rescue, private and military EMS agencies. His consulting practice focuses on design, assessment and improvement of systems of care for high-risk time-sensitive care and EMS systems. Prior positions include National Director of Clinical Systems for the American Heart Association; EMS System Director, Kent County (MI) Medical Control Authority; National Director of Quality, Education and Research, Rural-Metro Corporation; and Director of Research and Education, Office of the Medical Director, Pinellas County (FL) EMS System.


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