While limiting everyone’s exposure to COVID-19 is a smart idea, we didn’t want you to miss out on some of the valuable health IT insights being presented at HIMSS conference. So we’re bringing a virtual HIMSS20 to you.
Visit the Virtual Consumerism / Patient Engagement Pavilion
Lirio, together with some of the best minds working to dramatically re-shape how healthcare addresses consumerism and patient engagement, will host a virtual Consumerism/Patient Engagement Pavilion on March 10. From 1pm-3:30pm ET, join the following companies and their representatives as they explore a range of person-centric, preventive health technologies and strategies:
1:00pm – 1:30pm
Patient Engagement’s Missing Ingredient: How Health Systems are using Behavior Change AI to Revolutionize Results
Greg Stielstra – Senior Director of Behavioral Design, Lirio
David Meintel – Vice President – Business Intelligence, Rochester Regional Health
Ever wonder why your patient engagement efforts work just a little? What about the people you haven’t been able to reach? With behavioral science and machine learning, you can hyper-personalize messages for each individual and move them to action. Hear from Greg Stielstra, Director Behavioral Design at Lirio and David Meintel, VP Business Intelligence at Rochester Regional Health, about insights gained from behavior change AI.
1:30pm – 2:00pm
Elevate Your Patient Experience
Steve Losardo – VP, Healthcare Solutions, Mobiquity Inc
Mobiquity’s VP of Healthcare Solutions, Steve LoSardo, will be discussing how digital technology has changed the consumer experience and can do the same for healthcare. Steve will share examples of how to engage, enable, encourage, empower and elevate the patient experience to improve health outcomes and quality of care. Mobiquity is a global digital consultancy, designing and building digital solutions that add meaningful value to patients’ lives.
2:00pm – 2:30pm
NHRMC increases Patient Experience with ECheck-In
Jennifer Pollard – Director of Practice Operations, New Hanover Regional Medical Center
Patients, dubbed consumers everywhere else, are often still faced with a dizzying array of forms and repeated requests for the same information. Staff are faced with collecting data and approvals even before the critical offering of care – the primary charter. Learn how North Carolina-based New Hanover Regional Medical Center embraced their patients before arrival with at-home ECheck-In via MyChart, streamlined information requirements, and accelerated care with staff’s real-time access to data from patient forms.
2:30pm – 3:00pm
Tech as a Platform to Drive Patient Engagement
Jillian Cohen – CEO & Co-founder, Virtual Health Partners
This presentation will explore key components of digital health platforms, how they drive patient engagement and how to develop KPIs for a successful digital health solution.
3:00pm – 3:30pm
Is your AI Virtual Triage Digital Front Door Safe?
Don Bauman – Isabel Healthcare
Given the proliferation of virtual triage / symptom checker tools in the last 3 years, it is imperative to choose wisely. Much focus has been on the User Interface (chat-bot) or the rather meaningless tag of Artificial Intelligence (AI) but the real focus should be on the independent validation of accuracy and how the Clinical Engine is built. Learn from Isabel’s Don Bauman about the differences between rules-based vs. curated machine learning NLP based tools and why that is important to the safety of your patients.
The Virtual Consumerism/Patient Engagement Pavilion awaits. Won’t you join us? Register for the webinar here.
Can’t Make It Tuesday?
While we hope many of you will join us for the Tuesday session, the great thing about virtual is that it’s always on. If participating at the live session isn’t in the cards for you, fill out this contact form, and one of our team members will get back to you.
Keep Your Knowledge Growing
The Virtual Consumerism Pavilion will give you a lot to think about, and we know you’ll come away with newfound knowledge about the most prevalent health IT trends affecting your organization. But as you’re processing, here’s a chance to dig a little deeper.
On Wednesday, March 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET, Lirio will host a webinar, “Patient Engagement’s Missing Ingredient: Hyper-Personalization,” featuring Arielle Trzcinski from Forrester Research. She will share research and insights around patient engagement and will be joined by Tara Hillegeer, Director of Admissions, and Jason Zawodzinski, Sr. Project Manager, Technical Operations, at Rochester Regional Health. They will provide their perspectives on using patient portals to drive engagement.
Register for the webinar to gather critical insights that can inform your patient engagement strategies in 2020.
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