Looking at the Big Picture for Strategic Communications
at Children's Hospital Colorado
WEDNESDAY MARCH 16, 2016
1 PM Eastern, 12 PM Central, 10 AM Pacific
Children's Hospital Colorado enhanced its care delivery by moving patient requests, critical code communications, on-call scheduling, and secure texting to a single mobile device platform. The hospital's CTO will describe the results, the lessons learned in creating a big-picture communication strategy that improves workflows, and its plans for the future.
This webinar is geared toward the following professionals: CTO, CIO, CMIO, and IT Director.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
1) How Children’s scaled and added to its communication infrastructure as it grew
2) The communication challenges Children’s faced and how they tackled them strategically
3) How Children’s created an infrastructure that provides the end user with many communication capabilities on just one device
4) The impressive results Children’s has achieved from its improvements to communications and workflows
5) Children’s vision for the future and Andrew’s next steps for the system
Andrew is the Chief Technology Officer at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver. He is a senior IT leader with expertise in network engineering, network design, unified collaboration, server and storage infrastructure, and data centers. He has over 14 years of experience and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems, as well as 11 technical certifications. He is a proven leader who creates strategic visions and then charts a course to achieve the outlined goals and objectives.
Hemant is President of Spok. He is a seasoned business executive with 27 years of global experience and proven success in healthcare information technology, brings a comprehensive set of management, technical, and product development skills to his role as President. Goel joined Spok from Siemens Health Services, where he was Vice President, Clinical Solutions. Before Siemens Health, Goel was Enterprise Vice President and General Manager, Radiology, Cardiology and Enterprise Imaging at Cerner Corporation, where he managed worldwide sales and development of this business unit. Goel holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, India, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the McColl School of Business at Queens University in Charlotte, N.C.