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(CS5-01) Remote Patient Monitoring in Rural Mississippi

Monday, April 24
10:15 AM - 10:44 AM
Location: W224 AB

The University of Mississippi Medical Center's Center for Telehealth launched The Mississippi Diabetes Telehealth Network in August 2014 to pilot an advanced healthcare model on patients with uncontrolled diabetes living in the Mississippi Delta. At the Center for Telehealth, our active multidisciplinary team works together to provide individual disease management plans for patients which would not otherwise have access to this type of care without telehealth. By providing access to our telehealth network, this program is helping improve care coordination and strengthening connections between clinicians and patients beyond the walls of a hospital in a way which is reducing the use of higher acuity clinical settings, such as the ER.

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Megan T. Duet

Project Manager
UMMC Center for Telehealth

Megan Duet serves as a Project Manager for the Center for Telehealth at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Her main areas of focus are Remote Patient Monitoring and Pediatric Specialty Services. Prior to UMMC, Megan served as a Project Manager and Research Specialist at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She has experience planning and implementing NIH funded clinical research grants in the field of Preventive Medicine. She received her Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology and her Bachelors of Science in Human Movement from Louisiana State University.

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Michael Adcock

Administrator
Center for Telehealth, University of Mississippi Medical Center

Michael Adcock is the Administrator for the Center for Telehealth at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) in Jackson, MS. Prior to this position, he was Chief Operations Officer at West Jefferson Medical Center, a 435 bed full service medical center in the Greater New Orleans market. In this role, Michael was responsible for over 600 employees and 18 direct reports. Prior to West Jefferson Medical Center, Michael was Vice President of Operations at Halifax Regional Medical Center in North Carolina. Michael worked at UMMC from 1998 through 2009. At UMMC, he started as a staff nurse and held numerous leadership positions with increasing levels of responsibility. Michael is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He was awarded the 2006 American College of Healthcare Executives Regent’s award as Mississippi’s Young Healthcare Executive of the year. He was chosen as one of the 2008 Top 40 Under 40 by the Mississippi Business Journal. He served on the CFO/COO National Advisory Council for the O’Neil Center and received the 2014 Interactive Patient Care Champion at 2014 Interactive Patient Care Awards. Michael served on the South East Louisiana Association of Healthcare Executives Education committee.

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