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Upcoming Webinar: Overhauling a Trauma System of Care

Halo Flight alerts the CHRISTUS trauma team using Pulsara

Overhauling a Trauma System of Care: How We Improved Efficiency, Created Shared Awareness, & Optimized Continuity of Care

What if you could improve patient care—across your city, region, and even state—by streamlining communication and coordination between EMS and hospital teams? Learn how Texas hospital and EMS leaders are doing just that—utilizing new workflows built on a scalable telehealth communication and logistics platform. Since reworking their trauma system, they’ve improved efficiency, cut down on phone calls to multiple people, streamlined transfers, optimized continuity of care, created shared awareness and accountability, and more. In this leadership roundtable, discover why they created this new system of care, what day-to-day operations look like, and how they are growing it across their organization and region.

Presented by Jennifer Carr, MSN, RN, CPEN, TCRN, Vice President of Trauma Services at CHRISTUS Spohn Health System in Corpus Christi, TX, Randy Endsley, BSN, CFRN, CEN, LP, CMTE, Chief Medical Officer and Flight Nurse with HALO-Flight in Corpus Christi, TX, and moderator Corey Ricketson, Vice President - Strategic Accounts at Pulsara.

 

Webinar Event Details


Date: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022

Time: 1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 11:00 AM MT | 10:00 AM PT

Host: American Trauma Society

Cost: FREE

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Meet the Presenters

 

Moderator

Webinar-20221102_ATS-Presenter-Headshot_Corey-Ricketson@800 (1)Corey Ricketson, Vice President - Strategic Accounts at Pulsara

After getting his start in healthcare at the age of 15, Corey Ricketson quickly rose through the ranks at Austin-Travis County EMS, serving as a rescue medic, flight paramedic, and special operations commander. Having always had a passion for process improvement and stellar clinical delivery, Corey joined ESO Solutions, an ePCR startup, in 2008. He helped grow the company from 18 clients to over 4,000. Corey’s particular love for the pediatric specialty led him to join the amazing team at Handtevy, where he fulfilled a commitment he’s always made to himself: to work in a job that makes a positive impact on society and pushes the world to be a better place.

As the VP of Strategic Accounts at Pulsara, Corey’s goals are to streamline patient movement workflow, advance interoperability, and improve communications toward healthy systems of care. Staying ahead of an ever-changing and demanding emergency management and healthcare ecosystem is a challenging, yet rewarding proposition that keeps Corey waking up excited every day. Dedicated to creating a safer and more efficient patient experience by leveraging technology, connecting care teams, and ensuring the continuum of care is seamless and transparent, Corey thrives on teamwork and loves working alongside the most talented in the industry.

 

Speakers

Webinar-20221102_ATS-Presenter-Headshot_Jennifer-Carr@800 (1)Jennifer Carr, MSN, RN, CPEN, TCRN, Vice President of Trauma Services at CHRISTUS Spohn Health System

Jennifer Carr, MSN, RN, CPEN, TCRN is the Vice President of Trauma Services for the CHRISTUS Spohn Health System located in Corpus Christi, Texas. She has 20 years of experience as a Registered Nurse with specific knowledge as an emergency, pediatric, trauma nurse, and nurse leader. Jennifer earned her Master of Science in Nursing Leadership degree from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.  

Jennifer has also been involved in many national, state, and community associations and committees throughout her career including the Coastal Bend Regional Advisory Council, Emergency Nurses Association, Society of Trauma Nurses, Texas EMS Trauma & Acute Care Foundation (TETAF), Texas Stop the Bleed Coalition, and Texas Trauma Coordinator Forum.  She is also a trauma nurse surveyor for TETAF and lectures on snake bite treatment. In 2013 Jennifer co-authored an article published in the Journal of Emergency Nursing titled, “Bedside Management Considerations in the Treatment of Pit Viper Envenomation.”

 

Webinar-20221102_ATS-Presenter-Headshot_Randy-Endsley@800 (1)Randy Endsley, BSN, CFRN, CEN, LP, CMTE, Chief Medical Officer and Flight Nurse with HALO-Flight

Randy Endsley was born in Beeville, Texas, and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. He has a wide array of experience within the medical field beginning with his service in the US Air Force from 1989 until 1996. He first obtained his EMT basic, gained additional experience as a firefighter, then became a Licensed Practical Nurse. Further developing his medical career, Randy became a Paramedic and Registered Nurse, earning a bachelor's degree in Nursing from the University of Texas.  

Randy’s nursing background spans over 26 years, encompassing emergency medicine, intensive care positions, and flight nursing. He joined HALO-Flight in 1999 and was promoted to Chief Flight Nurse in 2002. Additional certifications that Randy holds include Certified Emergency Nurse, Certified Flight Nurse, and Certified Medical Transport Executive.


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