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DrFirst presents sessions on secure communications at the 2016 International MUSE (Medical Users Software Exchange) Conference

Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Kissimmee, Fla. | May 31 - Jun 3, 2016

Join DrFirst at the 2016 International MUSE Conference at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Fla., on June 1st and 2nd, for lively panel discussions focused on how hospitals are successfully deploying Backline, DrFirst’s secure communications solution, to improve care, enhance care collaboration, impact patient outcomes, smooth workflow, avoid re-hospitalizations and save money.

We’ve assembled two panels of expert speakers to share their best practices for deploying and using secure text messaging in the healthcare environment. The panel discussions include:

Leverage secure texting to enhance care collaboration

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80 minute showcase | June 1, 10:30am | Room: Sanibel 2

Presented by:

  • Rick Simpson, Manager, Clinical Applications
    East Tennessee Children’s Hospital
  • Amy Hill, Clinical Systems Analyst, Information Systems
    East Tennessee Children’s Hospital
  • Kyri Isaac, PhD, Med, Project Manager
    Interfaith Medical Center
  • Brian Yeaman, MD, Primary Care Physician
    CEO, Yeaman & Associates
  • Theresa Palasota, DrFirst
  • Brad Block, DrFirst

Are you leveraging secure text messaging for healthcare collaboration? If yes, then join us to share your experiences. If no, then join us to learn directly from provider organizations how they deploy PatientCentered ChatSM, event notification, clinical content distribution, and patient engagement to solve realworld care collaboration problems. Backline®, DrFirst’s secure text messaging and care collaboration platform, is enabling MEDITECH hospitals to:

  • Reduce turnaround times of technical order notifications
  • Replace outdated communication protocols
  • Improve in-hospital care transitions
  • Shorten the transition time to nursing homes and other post-acute facilities,
  • Allow primary care providers to be more proactive in emergency department follow-up care.

What good is secure text messaging if no one uses it? 

Proven implementation approaches for hospitals
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55 minute showcase | June 2, 11:15am | Room: Sanibel 1

Presented by:

  • Rick Simpson, Manager, Clinical Applications
    East Tennessee Children’s Hospital
  • Amy Hill, Clinical Systems Analyst, Information Systems
    East Tennessee Children’s Hospital
  • Theresa Palasota, DrFirst
  • Brad Block, DrFirst

This interactive discussion will focus on how to successfully deploy a secure text messaging and communications platform that provides real, measurable benefits to patients, providers and the organization.

We will examine how hospitals have successfully implemented Backline, DrFirst’s secure texting and care collaboration platform, to accomplish clinical goals, improve the flow of critical information and improve administrative processes.

Secure texting offers hospitals tremendous care collaboration advantages, such as improving communication efficiency, connecting internal and external care teams, and easing transitions of care. However, without a solid implementation plan driven by relevant use case support, provider adoption suffers.

Attend this session to learn:

  • How to set realistic implementation goals
  • Win physicians over
  • Ensure engagement among nurses
  • Measure success
  • Avoid common pitfalls with outdated BYOD policies.

We hope you’ll join us to learn more about using secure text messaging in the hospital and healthcare environment. And don’t forget to stop by Booth #1200 to meet the DrFirst team and grab some exclusive DrFirst swag! We look forward to meeting you!

 

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