DIGITAL PERSONAL CONNECTED HEALTH
Las Vegas, NV - March 5, 2018
Rosemary Ventura is chief nursing informatics officer for NewYork-Presbyterian where she is responsible for leveraging technology and analytics to improve nursing practices and patient care. She oversees and evaluates administrative and clinical software, electronic medical records, communication tools, mobile applications and all other technologies that support nursing workflow, efficiency and patient safety.
Rosemary brings more than 12 years of information technology experience to NewYork-Presbyterian. For the past four years, she has served as the director of nursing informatics at NewYork-Presbyterian. Prior to that, she served as director of IT clinical services at Health Quest — the largest family of integrated nonprofit hospitals and healthcare professionals in the Hudson Valley area. In that role, she led a team responsible for clinical applications used by 3,000 employees across multiple operational departments, three facilities and a 30-office physician practice group. Prior to Health Quest, she was assistant director of Inpatient Clinical Systems at NYU Langone Medical Center.
Rosemary earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing and a Master of Arts in nursing informatics from New York University. She earned a Doctorate of Nursing Practice at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She is certified in nursing informatics by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
In this session, attendees will learn how NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital modernized its clinical collaboration and communication strategy with an enterprise wide mobile platform. The organization moved its clinicians and staff to a smartphone platform, reducing pager and phone use, and streamlining workflows, resulting in better patient care and greater efficiency.
In this case study, the speaker will explain the process - from identifying pain points, to purchasing the initial 10,000 iPhones to training staff for a pilot in advance of the full rollout. NewYork-Presbyterian now has more than 11,000 active users on the platform - with continued demand from its network hospitals and departments to be on-boarded. Adoption and usage data, which is track monthly, is steady and growing, confirming the benefits of the system.
One of the best ways learn is to network with your peers. This session provides an opportunity for attendees to meet with morning speakers and dive deeper into specific topics.
Here's how it works:
Speakers from the morning sessions will be stationed at different tables in the room. Attendees can circulate and speak one-on-one or in groups with individual speakers.
Network, share and learn in this interactive environment.