RoundTable Leverages Patient Experience Conferences and Forums

It’s that time of year again! For the start of this spring season, RoundTable will have a presence at several conferences, including: MAHCE Telehealth Program in Columbia, AMGA​ National Conference in National Harbor, the 2019 DVHIMSS Spring Symposium, and ​the 2019 Patient Experience Forum​—​both taking place in Philadelphia.

On March 21, RoundTable representatives will be participating in the Telehealth Program, a one-day event hosted by the Maryland Association of Health Care Executives (MAHCE), a local chapter of the the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE)​ ​dedicated to “professional development and interchange among senior-level health care executives” as well as a myriad of other health-related professions. Through a panel of experts seasoned in the implementation of telehealth initiatives, this year’s event will focus on the role of virtual technologies, both current and futuristically, in minimizing barriers to the provider-patient relationship​—​enabling our team to better address our clients’ abilities to improve the patient experience, and access to care.

Concurrently on March 21, our team will be travelling to Philadelphia to attend the 2019 Spring Symposium organized by the Delaware Valley chapter of HIMSS (DVHIMSS). With its theme “​The Patient-Provider Experience: Beyond the Point of Care”, the one-day event will give our representatives an opportunity to assess the impact of various data tools on today’s patient-provider experience, further honing their competencies to strategically improve patient care as well as consumer engagement.


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RoundTable Activation Project Manager Will Coordinate Implementation Logistics for Acquired Community Hospital 

RoundTable was selected to provide Activation Project Management for an East Coast, multi-facility IDN which will be implementing its centralized Epic application at a newly acquired community hospital.  The Epic Activation Project Manager will forecast and ultimately implement activation support schedules, staff, facilitation of activation activities and management across multiple activation sites.  She will maintain comprehensive project documentation, closely tracking outcomes against estimates, and mitigating any potential risks through strategic partnership and communication across client teams and leadership.

“It’s tempting to underestimate the volume of work and forethought that is required for the Go-Live event itself.  Detailed project management around resource planning, change control, progress and risk mitigation are absolutely critical in the process, well in advance of any transition date,” advises Lauren Rosenthal, Director of Delivery & Operations.

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