Premier Healthcare Event Provides Insights to Drive Better Patient Outcomes with an Impressive Lineup of Healthcare Experts
SAN DIEGO – Sept. 29, 2022 – AristaMD, a digital healthcare company specializing in care transition solutions, hosts its second annual virtual conference: “Healthcare Technology: Optimizing Care Delivery and Transition” on October 28, 2022.
The digital conference features renowned healthcare experts sharing first-hand accounts of the transformative impact of technology on the quality of care. The conference is free for those in the healthcare space to attend and takes place virtually Friday, October 28 from 8 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. PT.
“We’re thrilled to host our second annual conference, allowing providers and administrators to come together to explore game-changing technology shaping the next wave of healthcare innovation,” said Brooke LeVasseur, CEO of AristaMD. “Attendees will benefit from case studies and education focused on the intersection of technology and healthcare.”
Register for our 2022 virtual conference
Learn how to optimize care delivery and transition through five different sessions.
The late October conference will be hosted by Crystal Mullis, Vice President of Member-Backed Ventures, Vizient, the nation’s largest member-driven healthcare performance improvement company. Topics by highly acclaimed medical experts include:
- Referral strategies to improve behavioral health access and care by John A. Javis, Chief Executive Officer at Behavioral Health New York City (BHNYC) IPA; Tracy Schneider, Clinical Director at Behavioral Health New York City (BHNYC) IPA and Dana Calderone, Administrative Assistant at Behavioral Health New York City (BHNYC) IPA
- AFib – tips and tricks for the PCP by Jana Goldberg, MD, FACC, who serves as National Medical Director, Vice President of Clinical at Heartbeat Health
- Health Equity: Expanding our understanding of care access and delivery to improve outcomes in vulnerable populations by Shelley Davis MSN, RNC, CCM, who serves as Vice President of Clinical Strategy at Lightbeam Health Solutions
- Managing through difficult times, incorporating new data and tools to make your job easier by Pam Gould, Chief Growth Officer at AristaMD and Jon Gautsch, Sr. Vice President of Engineering at AristaMD
“As a behavioral health independent practice association, our use of the AristaMD platform has assisted us in not only maintaining our market share but also increasing the satisfaction of our referral source partners by being able to facilitate the coordination of quality care in a timely and efficient manner,” said John Javis, CEO of the Behavioral Health New York City IPA. “The ability to communicate vital information electronically and securely proved invaluable when behavioral health services went virtual during the COVID pandemic.”
With a mission to use technology to expedite time to treatment, decrease costs and drive better patient outcomes., AristaMD’s team is intimately familiar with the benefits and challenges of healthcare access. AristaMD’s platform enables healthcare organizations to coordinate and collaborate to improve access to care. AristaMD’s eConsult solution significantly impacts the care plan in greater than 90 percent of patient cases. More than 70 percent of routine clinical referrals can be safely and effectively addressed by eConsults, expanding the scope of care and allowing patients to receive timely, effective treatment. The platform also streamlines the referral process for clinics, specialists, and their patients. Automating the referral process allows administrative staff to spend less time on the phone and eliminate most manual processes.
To register for this free virtual conference, visit www.aristamd.com/register. For additional information on AristaMD, visit www.aristamd.com/healthcare-technology.
Afib – Tips and tricks for the PCP
Jana Goldberg, MD, FACC, National Medical Director, Vice President of Clinical Services at Heartbeat Health, offers an end-to-end review of Afib diagnosis and management for the PCP. The presentation will start with current data for Afib screening and navigating different types of ECG monitoring devices (how to improve your “door to diagnosis” time).