David Cooke serves as the Director of Operations, Ethics & Compliance and has over 15 years of experience in the Healthcare Industry focused in inpatient medicine. David leads projects to implement telemedicine through go-live and manages the continued operations of our practices.
He also oversees the compliance programs for both our corporate employees and Physicians partners. David earned a B.S. in Business Administration and a M.A. in Marketing from the University of Alabama.
By David Cooke
If you’ve decided to implement telemedicine to improve the care at your hospital, you may want to consider who is implementing the program to be certain that the remote care works well with your current clinical workflow. Your team has decided that telemedicine solution is the right strategy for meeting the specific and unique needs of your hospital. Now that you’ve accomplished the “what,” it’s time to talk about the “how.” Enter Phase Two: implementation. Having completed hundreds of implementations in a wide variety of specialties, we have created a replicable playbook that enables rapid start-up and clear, concise monitoring on a go-forward basis. Rest easy, you are in good hands with the Eagle Telemedicine operations team!
In this blog series, we are going to walk through our proven and replicable process to implement telemedicine. This process allows your hospital to receive the best in technology-enabled inpatient telemedicine. Once the program starts, you will have all of Eagle’s proprietary elements that drive a successful telemedicine program. Connect, communicate, consult and care is what it’s all about.