About the Webconference
In the changing world of reform, health care systems must work even harder to provide high quality care. Sharing patient data in real time, evaluating care patterns to drive efficiency, and implementing standards around evidence-based practices are all critical to success. In order to succeed in this new world, providers must perfect their ability to harness the power of health care data. Sifting through the vast array of technology out there is no easy task, requiring man-power and time that providers don’t always have.
Join Aneesh Chopra, former Chief Technology Officer of the United States, as he shares his knowledge on the key technology trends that currently confront public and private sector organizations including the:
- Growth of mobile broadband
- Importance of privacy and security
- Promise of new collaboration tools
In addition, he will discuss how organizations can effectively and efficiently utilize cutting edge analytics, like the Crimson Clinical Advantage suite, to meet growing customer demands.
About our Presenter
Appointed by President Obama on his first day in office, Aneesh Chopra stepped into the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer of the United States where he helped establish nationwide internet policy principles, a public safety broadband network, and the President’s open government plan for unlocking innovative problem-solving strategies across federal agencies. Prior to his work in government, Aneesh worked in the Advisory Board’s Research and Insights and Consulting and Management divisions from 1997-2006. He re-joined the Advisory Board in February of this year as the Senior Advisor of Health Care Technology Strategy, assessing and developing strategies in potential new areas of growth, working with some of our largest member hospitals in consulting initiatives, and sharing insights about health care reform.
This webconference is open to all hospital and health system executives. For more information, please contact Anna Hatter at email@example.com or 202-266-6639. Advisory Board members at non-hospital organizations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, a valid hospital email address is required to process registration.