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New Parkland Hospital and their Digital Transformation
Joe Longo Vice President Parkland Health & Hospital System
Big things are happening at Dallas’ Parkland Health & Hospital System – including the grand opening of a new $1.3B all digital facility called the New Parkland Hospital. In this session, Joe Longo, Vice President of Information Technologies for Parkland will highlight their journey building a technology strategy as well as discuss the digital technology in place in this new facility. Joe will then zero-in on Parkland’s implementation of a new patient engagement solution designed to connect, engage, educate and even entertain patients and their family members.
Joseph Brennan Director of Operations for MedNow Spectrum Health
Kristopher Brenner, D.O. Physician Champion
Spectrum Health and Priority Health MedNow, provides a fast, convenient and affordable way to deliver medical care – virtually. Learn how to develop a telehealth program that utilizes the latest and most secure technology. This health offering provides patients easy access to the care at a lower cost. It puts consumers in charge of how they want to connect with providers and when. It’s health care on their terms.
Tele-stroke and Telehealth Programs at Lee Memorial Health
William Carracino, M.D. VP & CMIO Lee Memorial Health
Learn how Lee Memorial Health, based in southeast Florida and the fifth largest public health system in the US, has implemented Telehealth systems in order to dramatically reduce “door to needle time” for stroke victims. In this session, Dr. William Carracino, M.D, VP & CMIO of Lee Memorial Health will share his perspectives on building a Telehealth program from scratch, with a specific focus on lessons-learned around technology selection, EHR integration, workflow transformation and future plans to expand into other clinical areas.
Dr. Michael Blum Associate Vice Chancellor Informatics and CMIO
Dr. Aaron Neinstein Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of Clinical Informatics
Ed Martin Technology Director UCSF
The UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation (CDHI) catalyzes faster and more effective implementation of digital health into every day clinical care. CDHI does this by supporting and partnering with innovators inside and outside of UCSF, helping to develop, test, evaluate, and realize big ideas for improving health. Learn how CDHI is addressing one of the biggest impediments to digital health development and a massive global health challenge — interoperability.