KNOXVILLE, Tenn., June 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: As providers shift their focus to a model that emphasizes preventive care for target patient populations, IT tools—and in particular, mobile technology—are critical to the transition. Co-sponsored by PerfectServe® and FierceHealthcare, this free webinar explores how providers and payers are deploying mobile tools and applications to improve care coordination for high-cost, high-touch populations. Hospital and health system IT, health information management, privacy and security, and clinical management leaders are invited.
WHO: Featured webinar speakers are:
Jeremy Rogers, director of eHealth, Indiana University Health, is an accomplished digital leader with broad cross-channel expertise. He has led e-commerce and web product development teams, delivering exceptional results and channel growth as both a commercial stakeholder and technologist for more than 17 years. He joined Indiana University Health in late 2015 as Director of eHealth, responsible for digital user experience.
Darren Olsen, director of consumer innovation, UPMC Health Plan, oversees the health plan's portfolio of digital solutions that support core business processes, such as the member portal, mobile app and the Wellness Engagement Center. Under Olsen's leadership, the Consumer Innovation Department has grown significantly, representing expertise in human-centered design, visual design, product and service design.
Michelle McCleerey, PhD, MA, MEd, MBA, RN, vice president of product development, PerfectServe, provides strategic guidance on the evolving healthcare landscape to inform the development of solutions used by providers. She brings more than a decade of experience augmented by first-hand insights on clinician workflow at hospitals creating innovative and user-centered technologies.
PerfectServe Synchrony™ is healthcare's most comprehensive and secure care team collaboration platform. The platform is unique in its ability to improve communication process accuracy and reliability via its proprietary Dynamic Intelligent Routing™ capability, which automatically identifies and provides immediate connection to the right care team member for any given clinical situation at every moment in time. More than 100,000 clinicians in forward-looking organizations across the U.S. rely on PerfectServe to help them speed time to treatment, expedite care transitions, enhance the patient experience and reduce HIPAA compliance risk. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook and subscribe to our blog.
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