New TV Show Focuses on Non-Clinical Aspects of Peninsula Regional
How does Peninsula Regional Medical Center protect your healthcare information? How can you best navigate PRMC’s million-square-foot campus? How will healthcare reform affect Peninsula Regional?
These are the kinds of questions that will be answered on “Lifeworks PRMC,” a new show on PAC-14 focused on the non-clinical activities of the Medical Center, hosted by PRMC Community Relations Director Roger A. Follebout Jr.
If you live in Wicomico County and have cable, you can watch the show’s debut on Thursday, March 14 at 7:43 p.m., right after Focus on Health, a show that frequently features Peninsula Regional Medical Center health professionals. “Lifeworks PRMC” will also air on Friday and Saturday nights at 8:00 p.m. If you live outside of Wicomico or don’t have cable, the show is accessible at any time via the PAC-14 website - just click “Video on Demand” at the top of the page and type “PRMC” into the search box.
The first guest is Chris Hall, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development and Chief Business Officer at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, discussing the impact of healthcare reform and changes in how care is provided.