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School-based Telehealth – November, 2015 ColoDLA Webinar

Webinar Summary

With over 57 schools participating in Children’s Health school telehealth program – it is the fastest growing in the country.  Join Julie Hall-Barrow from Children’s Health in Dallas as she presents a history, lessons-learned and successful outcomes overview of this program and how it has changed the landscape of keeping children healthy, in school, and learning!

As a Teacher, Administrator, Practitioner or Parent, this session will be of extreme interest and value for you!


About the presenter

Dr. Hall-Barrow is the Sr. Director of Healthcare Innovation and Telemedicine at Dallas Children’s Medical Center, Dallas, TX. Dallas Children’s is one of the top 5 Pediatric Hospitals in the country and is utilizing technology to reach children wherever they may be located. Since 1997, Dr. Hall-Barrow has provided leadership in healthcare transformation which has included corporate health, chronic diseases management and telemedicine. She has served as a national and international expert in the field of telemedicine including but not limited to pediatrics, neurology, emergent delivery methods and healthcare mobility.

Dr. Hall-Barrow currently serves as the Chair of the American Telemedicine Association Pediatric Special Interest Group. In this role, she provides leadership to both new and existing telehealth programs through education, research and service. She has provided guidance on legislation, outreach and collaboration with national organizations including the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association. She led the first state-wide tele-stroke program for Arkansas and initiated the first state-wide image repository.

Dr. Hall-Barrow has published her research in peer reviewed journals, presented nationally and internationally and continues to provide hands-on training to new providers of telemedicine. Dr. Hall-Barrow holds a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration, Master’s in Kinesiology and Bachelors in Health Education.