By Ben Boulden Timothy Raines didn’t have any rehabilitation or physical therapy after experiencing a stroke. Instead, after UAMS treated his stroke, he turned to bowling for his recovery. Raines, 47, was watching TV in the living room of his Arkadelphia home at about 2 p.m. Nov. 24 when his wife, Kendra Raines, thought he […]
By Ben Boulden March 18, 2019 | Nathan King was experiencing hearing loss and the blurred vision that comes with macular degeneration even though his eyes and ears were just fine. Through a computer simulation, King, an education coordinator in the new UAMS Institute for Digital Health & Innovation, was learning what the challenges are for older […]
Patients in the small Delta town of Cotton Plant, Arkansas, now have easier access to healthcare with the help of telemedicine. The ARcare clinic, located in the small town of just over 600, had only been open two days per week. Since February, the clinic is open five days a week and is offering care […]
Phillip is a Telemedicine Specialist with UAMS Information Technology. He came to UAMS in 2007 after retiring from the United States Air Force and has been in the Telemedicine Support office since 2008. His primary focus is working with CDH on various Telemedicine projects, to include ARSAVES, Hand/Burn consults and the day to day management of the […]
Teague currently serves as UAMS’ Telemedicine Specialist Manager, supporting the overall operation of the Arkansas e-Link network, and manage all clinical and technical activities associated with the network. I develop & monitor performance/outcome metrics & make a recommendation to management for alternative methods to enhance cost efficiencies, reassess the program’s strategic direction, productivity, improved process […]
Martin Maize is an inventory manager with Arkansas e-Link at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.