How Clinically Integrated Networks Can Overcome the Technical Challenges to Data-SharingSign Up Now
Wednesday November 8, 2017
1 PM Eastern, 12 PM Central, 10 AM Pacific
Clinically integrated networks (CINs) can improve outcomes, patient satisfaction, and cost by sharing data across settings and organizations despite the challenges of standards, formats, and closed systems. This webinar will describe how Georgia Heath Connect connects CINs to hospitals and small and rural practices, helping providers in medically underserved communities meet MACRA requirements by providing technology, technology support, and education that accelerates regulatory compliance and improves outcomes.
In this webinar you will learn:
How interoperability challenges can be overcome regardless of standards, formats, and data governance or geographic location or even size
The best approaches for clinically integrated networks to connect to hospitals and small and rural practices How to prepare to meet MACRA requirements in medically underserved communities by providing technology, technical support and education to network providers and health information exchanges serving these communities
How a cloud-based, data-centric approach to integration and data sharing can accelerate regulatory compliance and help to improve patient outcomes
Register to learn best practices to connect with and share data between any provider hospital, health system or clinic, remote or urban and use cloud-based solutions to enhance clinical and operations processes.
Dominic Mack, MD
Dominic H. Mack, MD, MBA is executive medical director of the Georgia Health Information Technology Extension Center and Georgia Health Connect and is director of the National Center for Primary Care and associate professor at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Mack has received numerous awards of commendation for his work in the field of medicine and public health. He has also served internationally as the leader of student and physician ambassador groups to Australia and China. After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Dr. Mack worked extensively across the Gulf Coast with devastated communities to help rebuild and expand the damaged health systems in the region through the expansion of Electronic Health Record and Telemedicine programs.
Gary Palgon is vice president of healthcare and life sciences solutions at Liaison Technologies.
In this role, Gary leverages more than two decades of product management, sales, and marketing experience to develop and expand Liaison's data-inspired solutions for the healthcare and life sciences verticals. Gary's unique blend of expertise bridges the gap between the technical and business aspects of healthcare, data security, and electronic commerce. As a respected thought leader in the healthcare IT industry, Gary has had numerous articles published, is a frequent speaker at conferences, and often serves as a knowledgeable resource for analysts and journalists. Gary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer and Information Sciences from the University of Florida.