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Stewart Ferguson

Stewart Ferguson

Stewart Ferguson came to Alaska in 1999 to apply his engineering background and interest in biomedical engineering in a practical way to telemedicine. He started on the National Library of Medicine Project in Anchorage, and moved on to being the technical director, deputy director, and then director of the Alaska Federal Health Care Access Network Project/Department (AFHCAN) within the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium in Anchorage. The project delivered telehealth services to Alaskan villages through medical equipment connected to a computer that emails information to doctors at regional hospitals. Stewart Ferguson went on to become the Director of Telehealth and the Chief Technology Officer for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.

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