Dr. David Feinberg, president and CEO of Geisinger Health System, kicked off Day 4 of CHC sharing principles of Geisinger Health's ProvenExperience&trademark; portfolio, which places patient experience and satisfaction at the heart of the health system.
.@GeisingerHealth's Dr. Feinberg: Putting patients at the center of team-based care. #CHC16 pic.twitter.com/fuPy2G2ryt1. Cerner Physician (@CernerPhysician) November 16, 2016
Feinberg shared how a person-centered approach can radically elevate the patient experience, advance organizations and revolutionize the health care industry.
Cerner Chairman, CEO and co-founder Neal Patterson made a surprise appearance to a standing ovation.
"I've got great news,"" Patterson said. "I'm getting stronger and getting better daily, which is a great place to be."
"What I've done the last 35-40 years has been a privilege, but there's a lot left to be done. We're gonna go do it." - Neal Patterson #CHC16 pic.twitter.com/oRrhfhOnIc2. Cerner (@Cerner) November 16, 2016
We had record attendance Tuesday with more than 1,700 visitors to the Value Stage. Last year, 1,700 attended the solutions gallery during the entire conference. Key topics included behavioral health, network and security, hospital operations and readmission prevention.
Wednesday was highlighted by 11 presentations on the Value Stage.
Augusta University Health highlighted how their NICU was made safer withhuman milk and formula management.
North York General Hospital spoke to the value of clinician engagement and workflow-oriented system design.
.@drjeremytheal: By using Powerchart, @NYGH_News saved an est. 150 lives from pneumonia and COPD exacerbation #CHC16 https://t.co/zBC0cc38uE pic.twitter.com/cZpKDn2MWB3. Cerner (@Cerner) November 14, 2016
Cerner's code Learning Lab, running Tuesday through Thursday, included hands-on training and best practices for using APIs to develop pluggable content.
The inaugural Cerner code Learning Lab helps programmers develop pluggable content that works with Cerner's open solutions. #CHC16 pic.twitter.com/5ix0uBRQZN4. Cerner (@Cerner) November 16, 2016
Lucia Savage, chief privacy officer for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, and Christine Bechtel, president and CEO of Bechtel Health, provided insight for empowering consumers in their health and care.
@BechtelHealth @SavageLucia and John Glaser discuss #consumer #engagement in #health at #CHC16 pic.twitter.com/2uZ9MxtKFn5. Meg Marshall (@MegMarshallHIT) November 16, 2016
In a broad-reaching discussion, GenomeQuest CEO Richard Resnick provided insight on genomics and precision medicine. "When you sequence the genomes of patients with neurological disorders," Resnick said, "you change treatment in nearly half of cases."
"It's changing and personalizing medicine in ways that we would never have dreamed" -Richard Resnick #genomics #CHC166. Meagan O'Donnell (@meaganodo) November 16, 2016
We heard from Dr. Rishi Sikka, senior vice president of clinical operations at Advocate Health Care, and Jim Murry, chief information officer at Stony Brook University Hospital, regarding population health management, diversity of payment programs and care delivery models.
Great Cerner partners Dr. Rishi Sikka @advocatehealth & Jim Murray @stonybrooku share incredible #PopHealth stories @Cerner #CHC16.7. Bharat Sutariya (@bsutariya) November 16, 2016
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