Arkansas SAVES: Finalist for 2019 Hearst Health Prize





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Published on Jan 31, 2019

Arkansas SAVES (AR SAVES) was named a finalist of the 2019 Hearst Health Prize. Administered by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in partnership with the state’s Medicaid agency, AR SAVES provides real-time, interactive neurological consultation through its telestroke platform in rural and medically underserved areas across the state. Curtis Lowery, MD, Founder, Center for Distance Health at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences shares more.

The Hearst Health Prize is an annual $100,000 award honoring outstanding achievement in improving population health in the U.S., funded by Hearst Health and administered by the Jefferson College of Population Health. One winner is awarded $100,000 and up to two finalists each receive $25,000. The Hearst Health Prize provides a national platform to showcase successful programs and to proliferate best practices more rapidly.

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