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Mike McSherryMike McSherry, CEO and co-founder of Xealth

March Madness is taking a new meaning this year with ViVE and HIMSS in close proximity – both in dates and locations. I am excited to present Improving Care Program Results With Digital Health with Duke Health Chief Digital Strategy Officer Matt Roman at HIMSS, but let’s not jump ahead. Before that, there is ViVE.

If you will be attending either event, we would love to catch up. Here is a link to schedule time.

On March 6, we will arrive in Miami Beach for ViVE, excited to see what HLTH combined with CHIME and StartUp Health delivers regarding tech that can change healthcare. We are sponsoring this event as it brings together the right mix of people with the energy to make a change – like how Xealth connects providers and patients every day.

Here are just a few sessions at the event I am looking forward to, aside from Wyclef Jean:

Leadership from our client health systems discussing healthcare’s hot topics, including person-centered care, the CIO view, the opioid epidemic, and ROI for health tech. Among them are Atrium Health, Baystate Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and Providence.

Our partners and investors will also showcase their perspectives on incorporating social determinants of health (SDoH) to help physicians and nurses with whole-person care, achieving techquity, and deciding when to buy, build or partner.

ViVE and HIMSS22

Next, we head to Orlando for HIMSS, where Matt and I will showcase ways health systems can roll out digital health programs that show clear results and are repeatable across clinical lines to engage clinicians with their patients, improve current care programs results and deliver enhanced outcomes.

In fitting with the theme to re-imagine health, health system leadership will tackle topics including sustainable healthcare future, nursing informatics, data marketplaces, engaging workforces with digital, customer experience, CMIO perspectives, tech impact on pharmacy, collaborative care models and supporting digital innovation. With Advocate Aurora Health, Atrium Health, Banner Health, Baylor Scott and White Health, Digital Medicine Society (DiMe), Providence and UPMC leading sessions, it is going to be a jam packed event!

We look forward to seeing friends and colleagues again. Health Datapalooza follows close on the heels of these events in early April, but let’s get Florida out of the way first!

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