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Resources for Physicians

At Freeman, we believe in continued education for our team of physicians and the general public. Utilize our resources to advance your career and fine-tune your craft.

Training Resources

Meditech 6.X Training Modules

Introduction to the PCM Desktop
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Introduction to Provider Documentation
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Introduction to Provider Order Management
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Introduction to Transfer Orders
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Introduction to Provider Discharge
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Introduction to the Enterprise Medical Record (EMR)
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Video Resources

Freeman Grand Rounds

Freeman Grand Rounds* are presented by The University of Kansas Medical Center Office of Continuing Medical Education and KU Area Health Education Center-East in conjunction with Freeman Health System.

Notice of policy change: CME course credits are no longer credited for viewing videos. Your attendance is now required to receive CME credits for presentations. These videos serve as a source for reviewing presentations only.

Acute Management of Athletic Injuries Above the Belt

Acute Management of Athletic Injuries Above the Belt by Scott M. Mulle, MD, BA

Common Urologic Problems in Older Patients

Common Urologic Problems in Older Patients by Hadley Wyre, MD

Contemporary Management of Esophageal & Gastric Adenocarcinoma

Contemporary Management of Esophageal & Gastric Adenocarcinoma by Mazin F. Al-kasspooles, MD, FACS

Delirium: Screening, Prevention & Treatment in the Acute Care Setting

Delirium: Screening, Prevention and Treatment in the Acute Care Setting by Robert C. McNab, DO, FACOI

Evaluating Thyroid Nodules

Evaluating Thyroid Nodules by Robert C. McNab, DO

Enterocutaneous Fistula: Now What?

Enterocutaneous Fistula: Now What? by Ashley W. Bennett, MD

HIV Update and Hep-C Overview 2016

HIV Update and Hep-C Overview 2016 by Julie Ann Griffin, MD, MPH, FACP, FAAP

Managing Sepsis Across the Continuum of Care

Managing Sepsis Across the Continuum of Care by Steven Q. Simpson, MD

When Good Sepsis Care Goes Bad

When Good Sepsis Care Goes Bad by Steven Q. Simpson, MD

Renal Masses Inpatient and Outpatient Evaluations

Renal Masses Inpatient and Outpatient Evaluations (and Updates in Renal Cell Carcinoma) by William P. Parker, MD

Multimodal Approach to Managing Surgical Pain

Multimodal Approach to Managing Surgical Pain by Melanie Simpson, PhD, RN-BC, OCN, CHPN

Organ Donation : Everything You Always Wanted to Know

Organ Donation: Everything You Always Wanted to Know (and Were Afraid to Ask)! by Dr. Harry E. Wilkins III

Mechanical Circulatory Support in the ICU

Mechanical Circulatory Support in the ICU by Andrew J. Sauer, MD

Improving Migraine Management

Improving Migraine Management by Jennifer Bickel, MD

Management of Lung Care

Management of Lung Cancer by Nirmal Veeramachaneni, MD

Bariatric Surgery Update

Bariatric Surgery Update by David L. Baker, DO

Modern Epidemics: How Real are the Threats?

Modern Epidemics: How Real are the Threats? by LTC Lee A. Normand, MD, MHS, MBA

New Developments in the Management of Back Pain

New Developments in the Management of Back Pain by Talal W. Khan, MD, MBA

Current Diagnosis and Management of Primary Liver Cancer

Current Diagnosis and Management of Primary Liver Cancer by Jody C. Olson, MD, FACP

Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections

Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections by Brock A. Carney, MD, FACS

Acute Ischemic Stroke What to Chase Where to Go and Beyond the Norm

Acute Ischemic Stroke What to Chase Where to Go and Beyond the Norm by Michael G. Abraham

Stroke: Before, Into, and After the Clot

Stroke: Before, Into, and After the Clot by Michael G. Abraham, MD

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Cough

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Cough by Navid Zaidi, MD

Update on Anticoagulation

Update on Anticoagulation by C. Ryan Longnecker, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Damage Control Orthopaedics Less Can Be More

Damage Control Orthopaedics Less Can Be More by John M. Sojka, MD

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: Insights from the First Decade

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: Insights from the First Decade by David J. Cohen, MD, MSC

Perfecting the Parathyroidectomy Paradigm

Perfecting the Parathyroidectomy Paradigm by Peter J. DiPasco, MD

An Overview of Radiation Oncology

An Overview of Radiation Oncology by Chance Matthiessen, MD

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Transfer Patients to Freeman Patient transfers made easy

Freeman Direct Call, staffed by Direct Call specialists, serves as the 24/7 contact point for transferring your patients to Freeman.

Call 417.347.3627 or 866.740.3627 to transfer a patient to Freeman. When you call, we will need the patient’s name, date of birth, diagnosis, level of care needed (medical, critical care, cardiology, etc.), and the type of physician needed. The Direct Call Specialist will connect you with a Freeman physician to discuss the care needed and for acceptance.

Once accepted, we will immediately begin the process of obtaining a room. Once a bed has been assigned, the Direct Call specialist will call your facility with the room number and a phone number for nurse-to-nurse reporting.

Freeman Direct Call, a part of Freeman Transfer Center, coordinates all external transfers, with the exception of neonatal intensive care (NICU) patients. To transfer a patient to Freeman NICU, please call 417.347.3413.

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