The NC Triangle Chapter of Health 2.0 is happy to announce an upcoming event centered around patient communication and experience. The event, titled Improving Community Health: Challenges & Best Practices for Patient Experience, will take place in the heart of Eastern Carolina–Greenville, NC–on May 5th, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm. The event is hosted by Vidant Health and Eastern NC AHEC Monroe Conference Center, with Brasco ///, BBG and ECU as other sponsors.
PractImage’s Brandon Ives and Brent Anthony have played active roles in the planning and coordination for the event. Working alongside Vidant Health, ACHE and Health 2.0, the PractImage team assembled a panel of experts, community attendees, sponsors, and event marketing. The topic of the event expresses to practice managers, doctors, healthcare marketers and others that patient experience plays a critical role in the success of quality care. Vidant and Brasco invites attendees to explore the topic and work toward improving community care. The speakers include: Kim Blanton, System Patient Advisor, Vidant Health; Craig Hepp, ACO Executive, Coastal Plains Network; Melissa Roupe, Senior Administrator for Community Health Improvement, Vidant Health; Matt Womble, CEO, Bee Well; Brent Anthony, Director Strategy & Engagement, Brasco ///, NC Triangle Chapter Co-Founder, Health 2.0; and Beth Anne Atkins, MPA, Corporate Communications, Vidant Health.
About Health 2.0:
Health 2.0 NC Triangle provides a forum to showcase and discuss engaging and emerging topics in the realm of health innovation, digital health and technology through both online and in-person events, hackathons and conferences. The Health 2.0 NC Triangle chapter is transforming the Raleigh / Durham (Research Triangle Park) region and beyond by showcasing, exploring and encouraging healthcare innovation. As an associated chapter of Health 2.0 national, the organization holds regular meetings, bringing the community together to network, engage, learn about relevant topics, and see the latest demos from innovative healthcare companies. The chapter has a LinkedIn group with over 900 members, representing people working in healthcare settings, health IT startups, academics, medical device companies, developers, investors, large EHR and CRO companies and more.
All who are interested in continuing healthcare innovation and progress can join us by registering for our events through this website and following us on:
Twitter – @health20NCTri
The American College of Healthcare executives is a “professional society for healthcare executives dedicated to improving health.” The Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum of NC, or THEF, was founded in 1980 by a group of healthcare professionals responding to a need for a local professional organization. As an official chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives’, THEF offers professionals from all areas of healthcare opportunities to learn from content experts and each other about the most pressing issues affecting the industry.
The opportunity to meet and network with other healthcare professionals is unparalleled. The relaxed atmosphere of the educational sessions as well as leadership opportunities within THEF provide the ideal atmosphere to discuss and compare experiences and develop new ideas. (Information pulled fromhttp://www.ache.org/ and http://thefnc.ache.org/)