Health Technology Forum
Dallas/Fort Worth Meetup
The monthly events are hosted by IBM at their Innovation Center in Dallas near LBJ and 121. Food and refreshments are provided. Suggestions for speakers are always welcome for future events! These events are always an hour or two of great networking, learning and discovery.
At these completely FREE monthly meetups, we discuss real-life technology use-cases from hospitals, doctor offices, medical billing, insurance, remote monitoring, health and wellness, and various patient-care services. Subject matter experts, users, entrepreneurs, regulators, and providers address each other’s needs and solutions. The objective is to connect entrepreneurs with professionals who are addressing these real-life problems that exist today in the healthcare ecosystem. We also review how low-cost, scalable, deployable systems can meet or exceed the needs of 21st century care-giving.
The Health Technology Forum Meetup event will take place
Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 at 6pm
at the NEW
IBM Innovation Center
1177 South Belt Line Rd. Coppell, Texas 75019
This is the new location for the Innovation Center!
Please join us at this or future events by signing up at meetup.com.
Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 at 6pm. The Health Technology Forum presents “Automate Care Management; Reach More Patients”.
6:00-6:45PM – Welcome, Refreshments and Networking
6:45-6:55PM – HTF Progress Report and Sponsor Thank you
6:55-7:00PM – Speaker Introduction
7:00-7:40PM – Automate Care Management; Reach More Patients, Russell Olsen
7:40-7:50PM – Forum Q&A
7:50-8:00PM – Networking with Speaker and Organizers and Closing
Care teams provide the non-visit, continuous care that is essential to population health management. They are also responsible for promoting patient engagement between visits. But, care managers who use manual processes cannot intervene with every patient. That effort requires the use of health information and communication tools that automate the process so that care managers can devote themselves to the patients who need the most attention.
Besides automating care management, the latest technologies enable organizations to analyze population data and stratify patients by risk. Based on that information, they can design engagement strategies tailored to particular subgroups of patients.
Russell Olsen, serves Phytel as vice president of product management, and his background combines product development with finance. Russell has helped create IT solutions for population health management, pay for performance and patient-centered medical homes.
Before joining Phytel, he served as CIO and vice president of product management for MDdatacor. At MDdatacor, he led the enhancement of the company’s patented natural language processing engine. He also created medical-home and P4P products that were later used by five Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans. Prior to MDdatacor, Russell was with Ernst & Young’s Technology and Security Risk Services, where his work included Sarbanes-Oxley and financial audits for Fortune 500 companies.
Russell holds a BS degree in electronics and information technology from Brigham Young University’s School of Technology. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and GIAC Systems Network Auditor.
Please join us for this exciting conversation on the role of technology in automating patient care!
Come together for health,