The world of healthcare is constantly changing, and we can no longer treat in a silo and expect to provide a well-rounded level of care. Each discipline brings a very unique skill set to the care of our patients, creating new opportunities for interdisciplinary teams to drive improved outcomes.
This webinar provides participants with the basic foundation for the creation of an interdisciplinary team and different types of rounds that can be performed in various settings. Participants will be able bring back to their clinic the core knowledge of interdisciplinary care and establishment of scheduled rounding.
This webinar is a part of the MedBridge enterprise solution. Our complete solution of professional development and patient engagement tools helps organizations attract and retain staff, elevate quality of care, and improve outcomes.
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A graduate from Delaware Technical and Community College, Christine has spent over 10 years working in her rural community hospital. After five years as charge nurse and preceptor for new RNs on the adult/pediatric medical surgical unit of Memorial Hospital of Salem County, she transferred to the facility's outpatient wound care clinic. She has since returned to acute care as an inpatient wound care consultant.
Dr. Scott LaRaus is a 1992 graduate of Hunter College’s Physical Therapy Program in New York. He obtained his post‑professional doctorate of physical therapy at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey in May 2008. Currently, he is the Director of Inpatient Rehabilitation Services at Memorial Hospital of Salem County for Fox Rehabilitation. Dr. LaRaus is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Acute Care Section.