U.S. healthcare is rapidly moving from a volume-to-value based model of care. Providers today are actively look for ways to improve quality, decrease costs, and expand services to a broad and often difficult-to-engage population.
Join us to discuss clinicians' experience leading telemedicine programs across several different healthcare settings including primary care, pediatric care, and emergency departments. The panel will discuss unique challenges for each setting and the commonalities all providers face in meeting the triple aim and the evolving role telemedecine plays.
General Manager, Healthcare Solutions
Eric oversees Everbridge’s global portfolio of healthcare solutions, ensuring that the company continues to deliver solutions that best meet customers’ needs while maintaining the company’s position as the market leader in clinical communications and collaboration. He brings more than 15 years of experience creating and leading products to market to his role as General Manager, Healthcare Solutions. Prior to joining Everbridge, Eric helped several healthcare technology companies meet the needs of provider organizations, care management organizations, payer organizations, hospitals, physicians and healthcare consumers. These included Curaspan Health Group (Navihealth), Ingenix (OptumInsight), PatientKeeper and IHCIS.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Habash was named to Castle Connolly's elite America’s Top Doctors list for 2015, which represents the top 1% of physicians in the nation. She began a successful medical career after the state’s Florida Society of Ophthalmology named her Young Ophthalmologist of the Year “for demonstrating leadership, service, competence, and devotion to the highest ethical and professional standards.” She was then asked to serve as a Board Member and President of the FSO, the governing body for all ophthalmologists in the state of Florida. Dr. Habash was recently appointed to join the faculty of Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, the top eye hospital in the country. As a fun aside, she is the official eye surgeon for the UFC organization, providing surgical and trauma care for the MMA fight champions.
Dr. Habash is also Chief Medical Officer of Everbridge and Co-Founder of HipaaChat. She was listed by Becker's Hospital Review as one of the Top Healthcare Entrepreneurs to Know for 2016. As the worldwide leader in unified critical communications, Everbridge has integrated the secure messaging and telemedicine capability of HipaaChat within its suite of products. As Chief Medical Officer, she provides strategic clinical insight for Everbridge's 1000+ hospitals and healthcare systems, working closely with partners like Apple and Verizon to deliver the future of medicine.
Chief Healthcare & Innovation Officer
Femwell Group Health
Geeta Nayyar, M.D., M.B.A., is a nationally recognized leader in healthcare information technology as well as a board-certified practicing physician. She has been named one of the “Top 26 smartest people in Health IT” by Becker’s Report and ranked one of the “Top 25 Minority Healthcare Executives” by Modern Healthcare. She is the author of the mobile health chapter in the HIMSS Medical Informatics textbook and is a noted social media expert and blogger for the Huffington Post. Med City News recognized her as one of the “Top 12 Powerful Women Voices in Healthcare Innovation and on Twitter.”
Frontier Nursing University
Dr. Marckmann is a Nurse Practitioner in Washington State who has practiced in Primary Care, Emergency and Sports Medicine for the past 17 years. She has been on the sidelines for a variety of high school sporting events for the past 9 years where she became interested in concussion management for her athletes. Although Washington was the first state to pass the Lystedt Law mandating the removal of athletes from play, there were no policies to return athletes to play or learn. She developed a return to learn policy for her athletes and authored a Return to Play protocol for Washington’s third largest school district that mirrored the CDC recommendations; this policy has now been adopted by many other districts in Western Washington. Seeing many athletes without access to care and providers without real-time concussion resources, Ms. Marckmann sought to address the health inequity with telemedicine. Dr. Marckmann received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in 2016 from Frontier Nursing University and her Masters of Nursing as a Nurse Practitioner in 1999 from the University of Washington. She holds an affiliate clinical faculty appointment with the University of Washington School of Nursing. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners since 2013.
Monday, April 24
10:01 AM – 10:15 AM