Stroke ISIG Virtual Happy Hour
Creating a Telehealth Program in Metropolitan and Rural Environments while Responding to a Pandemic: The Lessons Learned
With guest speakers Brian Hull, PT, DPT, MBA and Bryan Kolberg, PsyD, ABPP
17 JUN // 5:00 – 6:00 PM ET
This webinar will continue the discussion on maximizing benefits of telehealth as a viable medium. Participants can expect to learn the essential steps of creating a telehealth program and how to apply lessons learned during the pandemic to future practice.
Meeting ID: 955 6153 2574
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
DR BRIAN HULL
Brian Hull, PT, DPT, MBA is the Director of Rehabilitation for Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center at Waxahachie, and Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-All Saints in Fort Worth. He works with the system leadership to help develop and implement the strategic planning and operations for the Baylor Scott & White hospital therapy programs. Dr. Hull received his Physical Therapy degree from Bradley University, his MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas, and his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of New England. He has served in various leadership roles within Baylor for more than15 years and various community service leadership roles with the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas for more than 10 years. He serves on the curriculum development task force and is Committee Chair and faculty for the APTA-HPA’s LAMP: Management program and as adjunct faculty for Texas Woman’s University School of Physical Therapy. Dr. Hull has published and presented various leadership topics, including therapy value calculation, strategic planning, healthcare reform, quality improvement, pandemic response, finance, economics, negotiation, and organizational behavior.
DR BRYAN KOLBERG
Dr. Bryan Kolberg is a bilingual board certified rehabilitation psychologist at Gundersen Health System in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He specializes in working with adults with acquired disabilities and chronic health conditions, and he is involved in training of postdoctoral fellows. He obtained a doctorate in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and went on to complete a predoctoral internship at the University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in rehabilitation and neuropsychology at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. He is an active member of the American Psychological Association Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and highly esteemed among his colleagues.