How Presbyterian Healthcare Services Is Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Future Using Digital Care ToolsSign Up Now
Thursday, October 29, 2020
1 PM Eastern, 12 PM Central, 10 AM Pacific
Presbyterian Healthcare Services changed the way New Mexico patients access healthcare with its pres.today digital front door, which has given patients easy access to care during a global crisis. The health system’s digital care strategy goes beyond simply offering virtual visits and instead makes every episode of care -- regardless of where it is delivered -- better by streamlining clinical workflows and by directing patients to the most appropriate venue of care. The presenters will describe how Presbyterian has continued to meet patient needs during the pandemic, how it is deploying digital tools to tackle the combined COVID-19 and flu seasons, and how the health system is innovating care delivery to prepare for a post-pandemic future.
This webinar is designed for people with the following titles: CEO, CFO, COM, CTO, and CIO.
It is appropriate for people whose emphasis is on strategy, telehealth, virtual health, innovation, and patient engagement.
Attendees of this webinar will be able to:
1) Identify digital tools systems can implement today to meet patients where they are, regardless of geographic, technology, or language barriers
2) Discuss actionable steps to prepare for a combined flu and COVID-19 season
3) Discover care automation and how it streamlines clinical workflows
Ries Robinson, MD
Ries Robinson, MD is the Chief Innovation Officer at Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Dr. Robinson’s current focus is helping Presbyterian identify, pilot, adopt and scale innovation for the benefit of patients and members. Within this global umbrella, Dr. Robinson has focused on patient access issues with the goal of reducing the burden on providers and empowering patients to better manage their health conditions.
Ray Costantini, MD
Ray Costantini. MD is the CEO and Co-founder of Bright.md. Dr. Costantini is a pioneering healthcare executive, innovative physician, and seasoned entrepreneur who is passionate about making healthcare better. Prior to founding Bright.md, he led the design, build, deployment, and operations of three groundbreaking telehealth and digital health products at Providence Health and Services, one of the largest health systems in the country. He also previously founded three successful companies and is a national speaker on healthcare innovation, telehealth, and patient engagement.