As your practice plans its next strategic initiative, the leaders at Hunterdon Healthcare can provide you answers to these critical questions:
• How can my EHR and PM system serve as the underlying engine that drives an enterprise-wide platform?
• How can I use the enterprise platform model to benchmark multiple KPIs?
Gain insights on how Hunterdon Healthcare maximized the flexibility of NextGen Healthcare solutions. Their achievements from this move include enhanced patient care, a successful value-based program, and the advancement of population health initiatives.
• How to break free of a disparate EHR
• The power of an integrated EHR/PM platform
• How to raise reporting efficiency
• How mobile benefits practices
• Strategies to advance whole-person care
• How a quick virtual care deployment upheld care quality at a critical time
Jeffrey Weinstein began his healthcare career working in the health insurance industry, first with Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and then with Sanus Health. After working for a specialty mental health HMO, he moved to the provider side working first with hospitals and then setting up integrated healthcare organizations.
Dr. Geralyn Prosswimmer has more than 26 years of experience as a practicing physician and has also participated in clinical research, both as a principal investigator and sub-investigator. As chief medical officer, she is responsible for clinical integration, clinical guideline development, value-based care delivery transformation, and patient-centered medical home advancement.
Karen Giannattasio is responsible for the availability of both EHR and practice management applications for more than 1,800 users, including 500 providers in 35 specialties across more than 100 locations throughout four counties. Karen has overseen the transition between hosting vendors, guided the team through software upgrades, and has implemented a myriad of EHR ancillary services.
Brandon Theophilus joined NextGen Healthcare through the company’s acquisition of Traverse City, Michigan-based Inforth Technologies, where he was the president and CEO. Today, Brandon serves as strategic market owner for all medical and surgical specialties with responsibility for product, commercial execution, and services.
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