E-Consults – Extending the reach of specialty care in the community in a respectful, collaborative and additive way

 

 

Stanford Medicine was able to extend its specialty care reach in a respectful, collaborative and additive way with existing community physicians and caregiver organizations. Through a partnership with AristaMD, Stanford Medicine has dramatically reduced wait times, improved access to sub-specialties, and created a path to faster resolution of clinical outcomes. By preserving the patient-physician relationship and instead empowering the community physician to do more for their patients. For Stanford faculty, reducing barriers to patients and thereby enriching their practice with a more diverse set of clinical cases has proven to be valuable.

FEATURED PRESENTERS

Tip Kim (Biography), Chief Market Development Officer at Stanford Health Care
Lena Giang (Biography), Digital Health Senior Manager at Stanford Health Care

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TIP KIM

TIP KIM

Chief Market Development Officer at Stanford Health Care

Tip Kim is the Chief Market Development Officer for Stanford Health Care (SHC). He is responsible for developing market strategies, anticipating and formulating timely responses to the environmental, competitive, and structural changes facing SHC. In addition, he serves as a principal liaison to the broader health care market in the Bay Area and beyond, evaluating opportunities for collaboration, joint ventures, and other interactions. Before joining SHC in 2015 as Vice President for Strategic Alliances, he was a Partner and Managing Director for global strategic consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting. He has a Master’s in Business Administration in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He earned a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Stanford University.

LENA GIANG

LENA GIANG

Digital Health Senior Manager at Stanford Health Care

Lena Giang is the Senior Manager of the Digital Health Care Integration team at Stanford Health Care. She leads the design, scaling and implementation of novel digital health products and clinical programs. More recently this has included Stanford Health Care’s COVID telehealth response to expanding virtual care to 350,000 patients and extending eConsults to community clinics. She brings in her extensive experience in healthcare analytics to support data driven decisions. At her time at SHC, she also worked on Clinical Business and Analytics to develop and manage analytic solutions to improve quality of care and patient outcomes. Prior to joining SHC, she was with the Data and Analytics team at Palo Alto Medical Foundation to drive quality initiatives and support risk management. She holds a Master of Public Health with a focus on Epidemiology from Brown University and a bachelor’s degree from Boston University.