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11/2/2017
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Jay Brehm Senior VP of Strategic Planning and Business Development for Franciscan Alliance will be speaking on Accountable Care Transition to the Frontline. This talk will deal with ACOs and population management from payment models to strategic models. Jamie Schnitzius, of CreateIt, and Mary Black of Raphael HC will talk about technology and patient engagement. Raphael has used CreateIt software to enhance patient communication with their obstetrics program.

2/17/2015
When: 2/17/2015
10:30 AM
Where: Indiana CPA Society
8250 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. #100
Classroom A
Indianapolis, Indiana  46240
Contact: Jason Bundy
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We have two exciting speakers scheduled to speak.

 

Jay Brehm Senior VP of Strategic Planning and Business Development for Franciscan Alliance will be speaking on Accountable Care Transition to the Frontline. This talk will deal with ACOs and population management from payment models to strategic models.

 

Mr. Brehm was appointed senior vice president of Strategic Planning and Business Development for Franciscan Alliance in February of 2013. In his current role, Brehm focuses on strategy, business, and market development and managed care initiatives for all 13 hospitals owned and operated by Franciscan Alliance.

 

 

Jamie Schnitzius, of CreateIt, and Mary Black of Raphael HC will talk about technology and patient engagement. Raphael has used CreateIt software to enhance patient communication with their obstetrics program.  The multi-lingual two way Patient Engagement and Education solution initially targeted obstetrics patients with the hopes of reducing Infant Mortality by increased patient education and better communication between patient and clinic. They are planning to implement it with their diabetic population as well. Jamie will talk about how it works and Mary will talk about their experience with the software and its benefits and challenges.

 

What really makes the system unique from both the clinic and patient perspective is the ease of implementation.  As far as a clinic goes, there is no software or servers that need maintained, because we run as a Software as a Service solution.   As far as patients go, we engage them through devices they already possess, (Cell Phone SMS - Email - Websites - Voice Calls - etc...) so they don't need to download an application, or have a home computer or even really have a smart phone.

 

 

 

Lunch will be served.

RSVP by February 13th to ensure an accurate lunch count.

Thank you to those who have already RSVPed.

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