Speaker: Kari Gali, DNP APRN PNP-BC CPHQ, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Director of Quality Distance Health at Cleveland Clinic
Kari Gali, DNP, APRN received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (2014) and Master of Science in Nursing (1997) from Case Western Reserve University and her Bachelor of Science from Ursuline College (1984). Completing a 2 year national quality improvement program in 2015, as a VA Quality Scholar Dr. Gali participated in a multi-site quality improvement program to minimize non-urgent ED visits. She also facilitated the development of a resident quality improvement coaching toolkit which continues to be used in interprofessional resident training. Her current position is in Distance Health at the Cleveland Clinic where she is practicing telemedicine, designing population health programs integrating digital tools and directing quality in distance health. She has published a number of articles and presented internationally on both quality and telemedicine.
Dr. Gali is a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Illinois- Chicago in their Patient Safety Leadership program. She is a PCORI ambassador and a reviewer for PCORI and HRSA. At the American Academy of Pediatrics, she serves as a QI consultant facilitating QI integration into multiple projects. Her interests are quality improvement, patient-provider communication and interprofessional team communication with a focus on shared decision making, patient education and behavioral change. She also have a significant interest in the adoption of telemedicine, remote patient monitoring and predictive modeling.
1. Explore the current telehealth landscape
2. Examine clinical elements in a quality telehealth program
3. Discuss how advances in technology have expanded capabilities in patient care
4. Gain insight into the need to standardizing telehealth education
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