Webinar

Overcoming Clinical Communication Barriers Utilizing Digital Health Technologies

Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 @ 11:00AM EST

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About the event

This is probably not news to you, but...

  • 1 in 5 primary care providers are not informed of the care that was provided by a specialist
  • 1 in 4 primary care providers are not informed about patient hospitalizations and discharges*

Join us for an upcoming webinar, where we invite clinical and technology leaders from Michael Garron Hospital and community care practices to discuss their experiences with innovative solutions that facilitate real-time communications and improved decision-making to enable new models of care to improve patient outcomes.

During this 60-minute webinar, you will get:

  • Insights about the healthcare care coordination challenges, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Change management strategies to support the adoption of care coordination platforms
  • Learnings about how Michael Garron Hospital improved patient outcomes through clinical communication and collaboration with their community care partners
  • Digital communication strategies for the acute care setting and primary care providers

*Source

Guest Speakers
Dr. Patrick Darragh, MD, MS
CHIEF MEDICAL INFORMATION OFFICER at MICHAEL GARRON HOSPITAL

Chief Medical Information Officer at Michael Garron Hospital (MGH). During his time at MGH, Dr. Darragh has played an integral role in the delivery of safe, efficient, and high quality patient centered care through the application of Information Technology systems at the hospital.

Amelia Hoyt, BSc
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER at MICHAEL GARRON HOSPITAL

Chief Information Officer at Michael Garron Hospital (MGH). During the height of the pandemic, Amelia played a critical role in ramping up care delivery by creating remote hospital wings to support virtual care, improving accessibility of the EMR offsite, and streamlining screening processes.

Dr. Meera Shah, MD, CCFP (EM)
FAMILY PHYSICIAN AND THE PRIMARY CARE DIGITAL HEALTH LEAD AT HEALTH ACCESS THORNCLIFFE PARK

Family Physician, Clinician Lead at Health Access Thorncliffe Park and Digital Health Lead for East Family Practice Network. As a digital health lead, Dr. Shah is well versed in evaluating and implementing technologies to help improve and streamline clinical workflow for family physicians.