In this March 2 Scottsdale Institute webinar, you’ll hear from two healthcare organizations that are finding creative ways to handle COVID-19 surges and vaccinate members of the community.
At University of Missouri Health Care, in Columbia, Missouri, for example, an IT team has come up with new ways to automate billing for vaccination administration and streamline information sharing between disparate EHRs and the state through a health information exchange.
Similarly, at Palomar Health in Escondido, California, teams have significantly expanded bed capacity and created a way to support monoclonal antibody infusions (Bamlanivimab), which can protect high-risk groups.
Join representatives of these organizations and learn how IT is helping them to address the pandemic’s many vexing challenges.
- Moderator: Dick Flanigan, MBA, FACHE, SVP, Cerner
- Speaker: David Pape, VP, Technology, Palomar Health
- Speaker: Kurt Romeiser, Senior Clinical Informaticist, Tiger Institute Health Alliance
- Speaker: Prudence Myers, MHA, CPhT, Sr. Decision Support Analyst, University Physicians Revenue Integrity, Plan Administration, University of Missouri Health Care