For the last two months, MDPathways has taken the spotlight from California to Puerto Rico! Committed to improving patient engagement and creating a better experience for patients and practices alike, the MDnetSolutions team has been hard at work demonstrating this industry-changing platform.
Here’s a recap of our recent travels:
AMIA 2015 Annual Symposium (American Medical Informatics Association)
San Francisco, CA
This week Alan Creighton, CEO, and Heather Sobko, CMIO and Vice President of Medical Services, are headed to Silicone Valley to attend the AMIA 2015 Annual Symposium. Heather is a long-time member of the AMIA organization and brings insights from her nursing experience as well as informatics to table for MDPathways. She and Alan will meet with other industry leaders to share and discuss the use of data-driven tools to effectively improve outcomes, care coordination and quality while significantly reducing costs.
Los Angeles, CA
MDPathways created major buzz at the country’s largest conference for the innovators and providers committed to battling obesity. This week-long exhibition is a joint initiative between the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and The Obesity Society (TOS) to brings together surgeons, physicians, nurses, dietitians, psychologists, researchers and even software developers to demonstrate and educate one another about new discoveries in the push for a better patient experience.
Check out the MDnet Twitter feed to follow the updates. Just look for #OW2015!
PRHA (Puerto Rico Hospital Association)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Last month, the MDnet team joined more than 600 international healthcare professionals and representatives from Puerto Rico and surrounding islands to dive deep and brainstorm solutions for patient care coordination, quality improvement, cost reduction, administrative measures, and value-based care. There they also exhibited MDPathways and the newly released MDCare Transition System, which was met with much excitement and interest. The team have scheduled a return visit for further discussions with the Puerto Rico Healthcare System to explore a partnership.
Stay tuned for more updates from the team and be sure to follow us on Twitter at @MDnetsolutions!