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2018 Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Innovation Forum

January 30

Our Mid Atlantic forum will be held in beautiful downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on January 30th, 2018 at the historic Rittenhouse Hotel on Rittenhouse Square. The Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Innovation Forum will bring together over 100 CEO’s CMO’s CNO’s, and leaders from across the largest hospitals and systems.  The outcome?  Inspired collaboration to enhance the quality and safety of patient care. We hope you are able to join us in this opportunity to make a difference in one of America’s most important industries.

GOVERNING BOARD 

CHAIRS

Jan L. Bergen
President & CEO
Lancaster General health

Dr. Timothy Friel
Chair, Dept. of Medicine
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Dr. Peter Hill
Senior VP of Medical Affairs
Johns Hopkins Health System

Tami Minnier
Chief Quality Officer
UPMC
Exec. Dir.
Beckwith Institute

Dr. Stephen Sigworth
Associate CMO;
SVP, Jefferson Physicians
Jefferson Health

Dawn Tice
Exec. Dir. Clinical Operation Practice Performance and Quality
Main Line Health

BOARD MEMBERS

Dr. Robert C. Aber
Chair, Dept. of Medicine
Penn State Health

Dr. Kert Anzilotti
Chief Medical Officer, Acute Care
Christiana Hospital

Dr. Carol Barsky
SVP & Chief Quality Officer
Hackensack Meridian Health

Dr. Robert Bart
Chief Medical Information Officer
UPMC

James Blazar
EVP & Chief Strategy Officer
Hackensack Meridian Health

Dr. Anne Docimo
EVP, Population Health;
Chief Clinical Transformation Officer

Jefferson Health

Alison G. Brown
SVP & Chief Strategy Officer
University of Maryland
Medical System

Michelle Campbell
VP, Patient Safety & Accreditation
Christiana Care Health System

Dr. Charles H. Chodroff
SVP, Population Health &
Chief Clinical Officer

WellSpan Health

Susan Comp
SVP & Chief Nursing Officer
Pinnacle Health Hospitals

Nancy Corcoran-Davidoff
EVP & Chief Experience Officer
Hackensack Meridian Health

Dr. Peter W. Dillon
President, PSH Medical Group and Exec. VP, PSH
Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs; Chair Dept. of Surgery
Penn State Health

Sharon DiRienzo
Dir., Patient Safety &
Risk Management

Main Line Health

Dr. Marci L. Drees
Infection Prevention Officer
Christiana Care Health System

Lee M. Duke, II
SVP, Chief Physician Executive &
Chief Medical Officer

Lancaster General Health

Dr. Walter H. Ettinger
SVP & Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland
Medical System

Dr. Gerald J. Fulda
Chair, Dept. of Surgery;
Dir., Surgical Critical Care

Christiana Care Health System

Mary Ann Graham
Infectious Disease Control
Virtua Health

Dr. Mangla Gulati
Associate CMO &
VP of Patient Safety &
Clinical Effectiveness

University of Maryland
Medical Center

Dr. Samuel Hammerman
SVP & Chief Medical Officer
Select Medical Corporation

Dr. Robert E. Harbaugh
Chair, Dept. of Neurosurgery
Penn State Health

Laura Hayes
VP Clinical Quality,
Safety & Performance Improvement

Virtua Health

Dr. Michael Jablonover
SVP & Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland
Medical Center

Dr. Neil Jasani
Chief People Officer
Christiana Care Health System

Eileen Jaskuta
System VP
Quality & Patient Safety

Main Line Health

Dr. Allan S. Klapper
System Chair,
Obstetrics & Gynecology

Allegheny Health Network

Dr. Don Klingen
Chief Information Medical Officer
Main Line Health

Carol Kuplen
President
St. Luke’s University Hospital

Helene Loeb
Dir. of Quality Management
Virtua Clinical Quality, Safety & Performance Improvement
Virtua Health

Dr. Susan M. Manzi
Chair, Dept. of Medicine;
Dir., Lupus Center of Excellence

Allegheny Health Network

Dr. Matthew McCambridge
Chief Quality Officer
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Dr. Thomas M. McLoughlin
Chair, Dept. of Anesthesiology
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Ann Muller
Corporate Dir. of Nursing
Universal Health Services

Dr. Geoff Nicholson
Chief Medical Officer
WellSpan Health

Dr. Andrew J. Norton
Chief Medical Officer
Main Line Health

Dr. David A. Pegues
Infection Prevention Manager
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Mary Ellen Pfeiffer
Chief Patient Safety Officer
WellSpan Health

Dr. Mike R. Ripchinski
Chief Quality Officer &
Chief Medical Information Officer

Lancaster General Health

Dr. Rose Ritts
EVP & Chief Innovation Officer
Jefferson Health

Lanyce Roldan
Chief Nurse Executive
Lancaster General Hospital

Donna Sabol
VP & Chief Quality Officer
St. Luke’s University Health Network

Dr. Julia Shaklee Sammons
Medical Dir. of the Dept. of
Infection Prevention & Control
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Dr. Rachel Sorokin
Chief Patient Safety &
Quality Officer

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Dr. Phillip Storm
Chief of the Division
of Neurosurgery

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Laura Tansey
Dir. of Quality Improvement
Main Line Health

Dr. Allen J. Taylor
Chief of Cardiology
MedStar Heart and Vascular Institute

Dr. Martin Topiel
Infection Control Officer and Medical Director of Antimicrobial Stewardship
Virtua Health

Dr. Thomas F. Tracey, Jr.
SVP & Chief Medical Officer
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center;
Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics 
Penn State College of Medicine

Dr. Michael Weaver
Chair, Dept. of Neurosurgery;
Professor of Surgery

Temple University Health System

Dr. Thomas Whalen
Chief Medical Officer
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Dr. Ken Wood
Chief Clinical Officer
University of Maryland
Medical Center

Kathy Wroten
Infection Prevention Director
Christiana Hospital

Stacey Youcis
SVP of Service Lines & Population Health
Lancaster General Health

AGENDA

2018 Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Innovation Forum

The Governing Board is pleased to welcome the following leading-edge practitioners, business leaders, and industry partners to provide their expertise at this year’s Forum. Please check back for updates as we finalize the agenda

KEYNOTES

Leveraging Innovation and Collaboration to Transform Healthcare

The problems we face today are numerous and range from complicated to complex...

The problems we face today are numerous and range from complicated to complex, and while some have interconnections throughout our system, others are simply paradoxical, and all of them are challenging to say the least. To solve such challenges will require a sophisticated and intelligent approach, one that has a real sense of urgency, yet is disciplined in practice and leverages interdisciplinary teamwork and collaboration to focus on our industry getting it right more than any of one of us being right. This opening keynote is a call to action for each of us individually and all of us collectively to understand our role to rise up to our challenges and transform healthcare for our patients, our communities, and one another.

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Bonita Stanton, MD
Founding Dean
Seton Hall – Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine

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Robert Garrett
Co-CEO
Hackensack Meridian Health

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Paula Batt
SVP, Sales
StayWell

Leveraging Collaboration and Innovation to Overcome Uncertainty and Achieve Excellence Out of Thin Air

We’ve all been successful, but that’s all in the past. Our business of patient care...

We’ve all been successful, but that’s all in the past. Our business of patient care is in the midst of unprecedented flux due to the commoditization of service delivery, consumerization of the mode for delivery, and commercialization of what’s become healthcare delivery. What we have done historically to be successful will no longer work. Rather, it’s collaboration among intraorganizational teams and interorganizational networks that are proving increasingly to be the driving force for improved productivity, overall team performance, and success. We must work together to overcome uncertainty, share with one another to identify breakthrough possibilities, and create – out of thin air – new opportunities for success. This afternoon keynote will address the challenges we all face and inspire collaboration among us all to advance our work of patient care.

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Brian Nester, DO, MBA
President & CEO
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Antibiotic Resistance: Do We Have a Chance?

Dr. Osterholm will use his recently published book, Deadliest Enemy: Our War...

Dr. Osterholm will use his recently published book, Deadliest Enemy: Our War Against Killer Germs, to frame the rapidly growing global crisis with antimicrobial resistance. It threatens the patients at your hospital, your healthcare staff, and the bottom line at your institution. Your greatest revenue-producing procedures such as open-heart surgery, organ transplants and joint replacements are becoming inherently more dangerous making the most critical, lifesaving procedures more complex risk-benefit decisions. Dr. Osterholm will share how healthcare leaders, like you, can direct your staff to implement solutions that address effective antimicrobial stewardship, the first step that you can take to slow down the antimicrobial resistance concern. The benefits of action are as dramatic as the dangers of inaction. Limiting antibiotic exposure to decrease C. difficile infection rates, improving HAC scores and reducing costs by decreasing length-of-stay. In addition, optimizing antibiotic effectiveness as the standard of care will sustain these life-saving treatments for future generation.

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Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH
Regents Professor, McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair in Public Health
Director, Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP)
Distinguished Teaching Professor, Division of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health
Professor, Technological Leadership Institute, College of Science and Engineering,
Adjunct Professor, Medical School, University of Minnesota
Author of Deadliest Enemy: Our War Against Killer Germs

Session Sponsor

Driving Value and Efficiency to Fix Healthcare

Many have recognized that any sense of “business as usual” is over for us...

Many have recognized that any sense of “business as usual” is over for us and it has been for a long time. We are shifting our focus to achieve more value rather than volume, more integration rather than fragmentation, greater leveraging of technology rather than being leveled by it, and greater collaboration rather than isolation. This dinner keynote will focus on the trends leading us to today, detailing what’s shaping our future of tomorrow, and outline the roadmap on how we can transform (and fix) healthcare through collaboration, innovation, and care.

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Craig Hillemeier, MD
CEO, Penn State Health
SVP for Health Affairs, Penn State
Dean, Penn State College of Medicine

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Building a Patient-Centric Enterprise

The increasing focus today on patient outcome is forcing...

The increasing focus today on patient outcomes is forcing healthcare systems administrators to recognize the fact that outcomes are a component of the entire system of patient touchpoints, rather than just time with their physician, or any other singular event. The best practices today take a “whole solution” view toward being patient-centric and measure all patient outcomes and touchpoints along the continuum of care to determine if actual results are meeting expectations or not. This breakout session will detail how design thinking and the use human factors and human-centered design principles are being used to build and thrive in a patient-centric enterprise.

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Tami Minnier
Chief Quality Officer, UPMC
Executive Dir., Beckwith Institute

 

Advancing the Quality of Patient Care with Improved Infection Control

Although progress has been made over the years...

Although progress has been made over the years, the healthcare-associated infections today remain unacceptable. All hospitals use HAI plans to reduce CLABSI, CAUTI, MRSA bacteremia, SSI, and other infections. This breakout session will discuss emerging trends, proven practices, and new methods aimed at getting HAIs to zero.

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MaryEllen Pfeiffer, DO
Dir. of Patient Safety
Wellspan Health

 

Managing Opioid Abuse for Patient Safety and Community Wellbeing

The opioid crisis has become what we have known to be true...

The opioid crisis has become what we have known to be true for a long time; a national emergency. While pain management is vital for human livelihood – with nearly 100 deaths every day from opioids – we can and need to do better for our patients and communities. This panel will detail critical decision points in opioid therapy, comprehensive solutions to mitigate abuse and successful case studies of non-opioid pain management.

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Peter Hill, MD
SVP, Medical Affairs & Assoc. Prof. of Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins Health System

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Roland Lamb
Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Planning and Innovation Division
DBHIDS

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Steven Berkowitz, MD, FACC
Interim CMO
Eastern Maine Health System

Session Sponsor

Creating an Empowered Culture of Change

Right now, there is a confluence of challenges regarding change in healthcare...

Right now, there is a confluence of challenges regarding change in healthcare today: first, there is no greater challenge for leaders than to initiate cultural change; second there is no greater challenge for employees within any system than to bring about change; and third there is no greater need than now to see cultural change in healthcare. While some healthcare organizations have proven cultural change is, in fact, possible, most struggle with planning, leading, and sustaining positive change. This panel discussion will address the need and nature to change the culture of healthcare and how it can be done efficiently and effectively.

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Stephen Sigworth, MD, MSHA
Assoc. Chief Medical Officer
Jefferson University Hospitals

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Eileen Jaskuta
System VP Quality & Patient Safety
Main Line Health System

Making the Move from Volume- to Value-Based Care

Many questions remain unanswered when it comes to determining...

Many questions remain unanswered when it comes to determining the best payment system, but there’s no debate that our business model continues to move from volume to value. This may solve some issues we face today, but raises (many) others including how to effectively make the move. This panel will detail the steps necessary to transition from a volume- to value-based model and how you can prepare for the challenges of this shift in healthcare economics.

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Jim Blazar
EVP & Chief Strategy Officer
Hackensack Meridian Health

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Allen Taylor, MD
Chief of Cardiology MedStar Heart and Vascular Institute
Georgetown University Hospital

Session Sponsor

EXECUTIVE BOARDROOM SESSIONS

Understanding Population Health to Better Manage Population Health

Differing definitions, descriptions and determinants continue to emerge...

Differing definitions, descriptions, and determinants continue to emerge when it comes to population health. While some argue it is a concept of health, others see it as a field of study, and yet others have said it is inclusive of health outcomes, patterns of health determinants, and policies and interventions relative to a group of individuals. This Boardroom discussion will debate and differentiate public health, health promotion, and social epidemiology in order to understand population health and better manage it.

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Charles Chodroff, MD
SVP of Population Health & Chief Clinical Officer
Wellspan Health

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Anne Docimo, MD, MBA
EVP, Population Health;
Chief Clinical Transformation Officer

Jefferson Health

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Andrea McGonigle
Managing Director
Microsoft Health & Life Sciences

Session Sponsor

Navigating the Evolving Landscape of Virtual Care and Innovation

One of the most pressing issues of our day is leveraging technology...

One of the most pressing issues of our day is leveraging technology to deliver healthcare (more) virtually. Current innovations and applications focus on providing self-help educational and prevention tools, conducting virtual checkups and diagnosis, and remote monitoring of treatment and disease management. This boardroom will spotlight new and emerging technologies associated with virtual healthcare and telehealth, while detailing best practices, current challenges, what’s working, what’s not working, and what’s next.

 

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Michael Ripchinski, MD
Chief Quality Officer & CMIO
Lancaster General Health

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Robert Bart, MD
CMIO
UPMC

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Peter Greene, MD
CMIO
Johns Hopkins Health System

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JW Beard, MD
Medical Director, Medical Affairs
ICU Medical

Session Sponsor

Navigating Continual Change While Facing the Challenges of Engagement

As we all navigate the evolving landscape of healthcare...

As we all navigate the evolving landscape of healthcare, the imperative of engagement becomes increasingly important. The challenge is more paradox than problem; therefore there is no single solution, no one-size-fits-all approach, or fix from a mythical silver bullet. On the premise that our success will be found from engagement with colleagues, this interactive session will engage all participants to share challenges as well as their unique solutions that lead to both increased engagement and the realization of positive (and sustained) change.

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Tim Friel, MD
Chair, Dept. of Medicine
Lehigh Valley Health Network

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Julia Sammons, MD, MSCE
Hospital Epidemiologist & Medical Dir., Dept. of Infection Prevention & Control
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Building a Health System Ambulatory Care Platform on the Foundation of Quality, Patient Safety, and Continuous Performance Improvement

Supporting any hospital system's mission to. improve the health and..

Supporting any hospital system’s mission to improve the health and well-being of our communities are those communities’ comprehensive, longitudinal and holistic outpatient services spanning the continuum of care. With hospital system reimbursement shifting towards improved safety, quality and lower health care costs for populations – not just individuals – their implementation of care in the ambulatory environment must rapidly evolve to meet regulatory and payment requirements.  The practice transformation required of ambulatory medicine is increasingly complex and requires health system-level resources to achieve success.  In this way, hospital systems and their ambulatory partners are increasingly dependent on each other for success.

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Dawn Tice, BSN, MBA
Exec. Dir. Of Practice Performance and Quality
Main Line Health

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Seth Rubin, MD
Family Medicine Dr.
Bryn Mawr Family Practice

Leveraging Both Human Factors Analytics and Predictive Data Analytics to Improve Patient (and Employee) Outcomes

Beyond diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring, patient care and their outcomes are part...

Beyond diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring, patient care and their outcomes are part of a much larger system that must be understood if we are to optimize outcomes. Some organizations have been quantitative modeling – the use and discipline of statistics and predictive analytics – as well as qualitative human factors modeling – the discipline of understanding the interactions among humans and other elements of a system – to improve patient care and outcomes, as well as employee health and wellbeing, and hospital performance. This boardroom session will detail organizations that have been leveraging such analysis to create greater outcomes as well as discuss the issues, challenges, and barriers in leveraging data for decisions.

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Nancy Corcoran-Davidoff, MAS
EVP & Chief Experience Officer
Hackensack Meridian Health

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Michelle Patch
Safety, Service, Quality Officer, Emergency Medicine
The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Advancing Antimicrobial Stewardship Through Improved Science

Infection prevention and antimicrobial stewardship programs (ASPs) have caused...

Infection prevention and antimicrobial stewardship programs (ASPs) have caused advances in patient safety and quality of care, but the spread of infections caused by multidrug-resistant organisms remain at unacceptable levels. The approach of most ASPs is to serve as both a cost-cutting program and increase-patient-outcomes program. This session will discuss the core elements of hospital ASPs to meet the current challenging expectations as well as emerging trends regarding what’s next when it comes to ASPs, increased patient care, and the management costs.

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Martin Topiel, MD
Infection Control Officer and Medical Director of Antimicrobial Stewardship
Virtua Health

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Sara Cosgrove, MD, MS
Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Dir., Dept. of Antimicrobial Stewardship
Associate Hospital Epidemiologist
The Johns Hopkins Hospital

The Governing Board is reviewing nominated sponsors and selecting the industry-leading partners that they will be inviting to participate.  For sponsorship inquiries please contact us.

TITLE Sponsors

 

Accelerate Diagnostics, Inc. is an in vitro diagnostics company dedicated to providing solutions for the global challenge of antibiotic resistance and hospital acquired infections. Established in 1987, the company began research activity for microbiology solutions in 2004 and relaunched in 2012 as Accelerate Diagnostics, Inc. to develop and commercialize its first diagnostic platform.

www.acceleratediagnostics.com


 

Health needs are infinite, but resources are finite. Health organizations are frustrated with technology solutions that haven’t delivered on their promise to improve care, facilitate research, and rein in costs. Transforming healthcare requires more than digitizing medical records. We need “systems of insight” that help translate data into action, and “systems of engagement” that enable new ways to treat patients more quickly and more long-term. Microsoft platforms and services lay the trusted foundation for such solutions, so health providers and payors, public health or social services agencies, and pharmaceutical companies can improve patient and employee experiences, empower researchers, and enhance products and services in the face of increasing cost pressures.

microsoft.com


 

 

Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:PCRX) is a specialty pharmaceutical company dedicated to advancing and improving postsurgical outcomes for acute care practitioners and their patients. The company’s flagship product, EXPAREL® (bupivacaine liposome injectable suspension) was commercially launched in the United States in April 2012. EXPAREL utilizes DepoFoam®, a unique and proprietary product delivery technology that encapsulates drugs without altering their molecular structure, and releases them over a desired period of time. To learn more about Pacira, including the corporate mission to reduce overreliance on opioids, visit:

pacira.com


 

 

StayWell is a health solutions company that uses the science of behavior change to help people live happier, healthier lives. StayWell brings decades of experience working across the health care industry to design solutions for improving individual and organizational health outcomes, managing the health of targeted populations, and creating brand engagement for employers and health care organizations. StayWell is majority-owned by Healthcare Services & Solutions, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, NJ, USA (“Merck”).

staywell.com


 

 PREMIUM Sponsors

 

 

With more than 25 years of molecular experience, BioFire Diagnostics, LLC sets the standard for molecular diagnostics through its pioneering advances in syndromic infectious disease testing.

As BioMérieux’s Global Center of Excellence for Molecular Diagnostics, no other company has FDA-cleared and CE-IVD marked assays for more pathogens. BioFire Diagnostics has produced the easiest, fastest and most comprehensive multiplex PCR system available: the FilmArray.

The FilmArray System from BioFire is the new standard for syndromic infectious disease diagnostics. Simple, fast and comprehensive, the FilmArray delivers accurate results in about an hour. The right test, the first time can impact all areas of patient care. Healthcare providers can see faster diagnoses and improved antibiotic stewardship. Labs can see improved efficiency and reduced costs and downstream testing.

biofiredx.com


BCG.com


 

 

ICU Medical helps you cost-effectively increase the safety, accuracy, and efficiency of IV medication delivery. Our complete line of IV smart pumps and medication safety software with full IV-EHR interoperability helps turn your IV pumps into an extension of your EHR system, helping you maximize revenue capture, eliminate lost charges, and optimize total cost of ownership. Our systems include advanced cybersecurity and other patient safety features to provide state-of-the-art medication error reduction technology while reducing pump programming time and helping reduce alarm fatigue.

icumedical.com


 

SUPPORTING Sponsors

 

 

SLD Technology designs and fabricates cutting-edge laminar airflow systems for operating room environments. Our AirFRAME® system, is an adaptation from the same downflow cleanroom systems utilized in semiconductor and the biopharma markets. This fully integrated solution brings air, lighting and ceiling-hung equipment supports into a single fixture that hangs above the patient bed.

Bringing it all together as a factory assembled system reduces schedule, coordination and site conflicts that require attention from multiple trades and vendors in field erected methods. Modules install in hours versus weeks using traditional methods and can accommodate tomorrow’s technology today.

Utilizing contamination control expertise and technologies from cleanrooms, SLD surpasses the minimum design guidelines as required by ASHRAE 170. SLD products offer a lower cost of ownership to all healthcare stakeholders by increasing contamination control while lowering maintenance and energy costs. AirFRAME® is the more efficient project delivery method on the market today

sldtechnology.com


 

EMERGING Game Changers

Founded in 2016, Wambi, LLC is on a mission to bring compassion to the forefront of human experience. Wambi delivers a patient-driven healthcare employee performance platform aimed at recognizing and empowering compassionate care. Wambi serves to improve care provider engagement (especially millennials!), decrease turnover and burnout, and elevate the patient experience. Through its gamified digital platform informed by real-time patient feedback, care providers are armed with their individual data as a means to promote autonomy and inspire behavioral change. Through an integration with Wambi’s Carepostcard platform, organizations improve online recognition and reputation through positive patient testimonials.

Visit us at www.wambi.org

 

Details

Date:
January 30

Venue

Rittenhouse Hotel
210 W. Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103 United States
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Phone:
(215) 546-9000
Website:
https://www.rittenhousehotel.com/?chebs=gl-therittenhouse
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