Online Panel Discussion: Leveraging Innovation in the O.R.
Wed, May 27 at 12PM
As healthcare continues to move toward utilizing data standards, the way in which that consumption occurs is also evolving. Point of use scanning solutions have taken data standards to the edge of the sterile field, improving workflow efficiency and documentation accuracy. Now, technology is making it possible to expand the capture of standardized device data at the point of use in the sterile field. In the pursuit of the quadruple aim, it is possible to align and integrate the capture of data, improve clinical work-flow and efficiency, and recognize cost savings while accomplishing digital management of procurement and inventory. This session will discuss that evolution and the value of this innovation and what it is driving for providers, suppliers and the patients they serve.
About the Speakers:
Betty Jo Rocchio, MS, BSN, CRNA, CENP | System Chief Nursing Executive
Mercy Hospital System
Betty Jo has oversight and leadership accountability for 45 hospitals including one virtual hospital in nursing and procedural areas across 4 states within Mercy. She leads the quality, service, and financial initiatives for Nursing, Perioperative Services, Cath and EP Labs, and GI Labs. She has more than 29 years of experience in health care, including 22 years in Perioperative Services and Procedural Areas in various leadership positions.
Dr. James E. Tcheng | Professor of Medicine & Professor of Informatics
Dr. Tcheng is a Professor of Medicine and a Professor of Informatics at Duke University. He is a practicing interventional cardiologist and faculty of the Duke Clinical Research Institute and the Duke Center for Health Informatics. He serves as Director of the Duke Cardiovascular Databank, Director of Performance Improvement of the Duke Heart Center, and CMIO of the Duke Heart Network. His work focuses on the clinical, technical and operational informatics of cardiovascular clinical data to facilitate the capture and interoperability of data that advances the assessment of clinical care delivery and accomplishes quality and performance improvement.
Phil Sayles | Founder | Summate Technologies
Phil Sayles is the founder of Summate Technologies, Inc. Phil spent 16 years as a sales rep in the trauma industry for Synthes, managing all aspects of the supply chain and OR support for healthcare providers.
Matthew Mentel | President | SOIPUS
Matt is currently a Strategic Partner with Strategic Optimization and Innovation Partners LLC. He brings to his clients more than 29 years of experience in health care including over 23 years in strategic execution, innovative leadership, supply chain, finance, operations, project management and information technology. Over his a career he has held leadership roles in large health systems and has led initiatives from the frontline to the board of directors.