Intelligent Hospitals Presentation & Discussion
Thursday, May 26, 2022 4:00-5:30 PM CST
The digital transformation has rapidly changed the way we live and the expectations of our life experiences. The consumer lifestyle has become highly personalized and available on-demand from personal wearables, app-based access to information, and intelligent home devices. As healthcare providers continue to improve the patient, provider, and administrator experiences, data and technology are essential.
Our presenters will provide an in-use example of how one hospital is operating as a hospital of the future – today. You will hear about their strategic pursuit of digital transformation initiatives to address patient experience, clinical efficiencies, and operational effectiveness. Our presenters will show how they created digital pathways aligned to clinical workflows and optimized for positive experiences, increased patient access to and utilization of facility services using technology, and promoted safety and improved productivity, coordination, and collaboration of care.
Making buildings intelligent requires contributions from stakeholders across multiple areas of expertise. The Building Intelligence Group brings all of these folks together, tearing down the silos between trades, departments, and disciplines to network and learn from each other. Join us to learn more about what makes healthcare facilities intelligent and some examples of the current state of the art, some of the hurdles to intelligent building adoption in health care, and how healthcare facilities use technology to communicate building wellness.
Chief Product Officer, Analytics4Medicine
Eric is Chief Product Officer at Analytics4Medicine, a startup focusing on AI-driven clinical management of hypertension. Previously, he was Systems Director, Strategic Partnerships, Innovation, and Patient Experience at Advocate Aurora Health, an integrated healthcare delivery network serving Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. There, he led a corporate practice to digitally transform and improve care across the organization. Prior to this, Mr. Abbott led Product Management and Strategic Business Development initiatives at various high technology companies focused on the healthcare, Public Safety, and commercial enterprise markets. He also teaches Consumer Digital Health and American Healthcare System graduate courses in the Masters of Health Informatics Program offered by Northwestern University.
PE (MN), CTS
Intelligent Building Strategist, HGA
Skilled in communicating technical concepts to technical and non-technical audiences alike, Brad helps clients navigate the ever-changing technology landscape to select flexible, scalable solutions that adapt to present and future needs. Brad believes buildings should respond to the occupants, and that technology must enable productivity without being a focal point. With a background in low voltage systems, including, Audio/Video, Building Automation Systems, and Security and Telecommunications. He is experienced in all phases of construction projects including design and production of construction documents, budget estimation and review, construction administration, and system commissioning.
Senior Associate - Intelligent Buildings, Newcomb & Boyd
As an information technology leader, Mike has more than 18 years of experience pioneering and managing complex IT solutions. Through a history of collaboration with Fortune 500 companies, he is accomplished in providing technology-focused solution consulting, training, strategic fiscal planning, and implementation programming.