Amy Oliver, Marketing Manager
After moving the clocks forward this past weekend, it feels like spring is here and with it, a packed season of conferences! Xealth is first heading to Nashville for ViVE, March 26-29, an event dedicated to the senior digital health leaders focusing on the business of healthcare systems.
We’re thrilled to be the official WiFi sponsor — connecting attendees to the internet, just like we connect health systems to patients. The ViVE agenda has an impressive curation of sessions spanning the healthcare spectrum, including one with our CEO and Co-Founder, Mike McSherry, as a panelist for the “You Will Never Break the Data Chain” session. Health data experts on this panel will discuss the business case for collaboratively exchanging data and discuss what new opportunities their missions will unlock. Our executive team will be in attendance, and we’d love to connect in person — schedule time with us!
We are then off to Chicago for Becker’s Hospital Review’s 13th Annual Meeting where we are delighted to see two of our client partners share their valuable insights. Tracy Chu, FACHE, Corporate Vice President of Population Health and ACO Chief Executive for Scripps Health will discuss “Designing Value-based Care, With or Without Payers” on Monday, April 3, at 9:30am and then “Transforming the Business Through IT and the Future of IT,” on Tuesday, April 4, at 1:00pm.
Brynne Swinburne, Director of IS Strategic Support for Providence will share how to “Take Patient Engagement to the Next Level,” on Monday, April 3 at 8:45am.
Also in Chicago, HIMSS23, April 17-21, focuses on “Health that Connects + Tech that Cares.” Our COO and Co-Founder Aaron Sheedy will join Tracy Chu on stage to discuss “Automation Improves Digital Education App Performance,” on Wednesday, April 19 at 11:30 am.
Tracy will share how Scripps leverages digital health, including tools delivering patient education and remote patient monitoring, to help fill a necessary role in extending care options for patients, and how integration into clinician workflow is essential for success. Examples of this can be achieved in multiple use cases, including maternity care, direct to employer services, and diabetes continuous glucose monitoring. Scripps’ work has driven significant patient engagement numbers in its maternity app, including a 460% increase in enrollment and a 270% increase in patients who access its app monthly. These connections are leading to strengthened ties between doctors and patients, creating a better overall experience.
We plan to create and nurture connections in Chicago as well. Please schedule time with our team if you are attending HIMSS and want to learn how digital health can improve clinician and patient experiences. Xealth helps strengthen provider relationships with our patients and partners – and scales digital health efforts. We facilitate tighter patient connections to the health system, relieve admin pressures on clinical staff, and address gaps in care. All this while taking some of the load off IT teams.
We hope to see you on the spring conference circuit!