VETERANS WAIT TIMES

Telemedicine Improves Veterans Wait Times in Clinical Appointments by Consulting Respiratory Therapist

by Karen G. Ezell


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£11.95
Hardcover
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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 21/08/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 134
ISBN : 9781728321325
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 134
ISBN : 9781728324364

About the Book

This study contributes to literature by identifying the reactive approach that the U.S. government uses to address the initial problem. It is written from the context of a respiratory therapist who explores the theory of applying telemedicine, of which remote monitoring is included, and telehealth services in a proactive manner to address the problem of long wait times at hospitals and clinics.


About the Author

I’m Karen Ezell a native Texan from San Antonio; who’s a professional Respiratory Therapist who graduated from Galveston College in 1979. Majored; in Allied Health with emphasis as a Respiratory Therapy Assistant and trained at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Thereafter I graduated in 1985 from the Respiratory Therapy Program at St. Phillips College in San Antonio which led to National recognition as a Certified Respiratory Therapist and licensed in the State of Texas. I then furthered my education at Wayland Baptist University in San Antonio, earning an AAS in Respiratory Therapy and a BSOE in Occupational Education in 1996. In 2002 I then obtained a MS in Quality Systems Management from National Graduate School. Then I further my education by obtaining a Polysomnography Certification from Texas State University in 2009. Then after 38yrs of experiences in the field as a Respiratory Therapist, then decided to pursue a Doctoral Degree from California Intercontinental University and majored in Information System & Enterprise Resource Management in November 2015. Also, I have parented two lovely daughters: Krystal, and Kesha’e, and also a grandson Prince. Thanks Karen G. Ezell Ph.D