March 19, 2018
The 18th Population Health Colloquium, a hybrid conference and Internet event March 19-21, brings together providers, payers, pharmaceutical executives, leading technology and solutions companies, and academia and government stakeholders to highlight advances in population health. Leaders within the industry will share best practices, case studies, expert insights and industry trends. The Colloquium will showcase the groundbreaking work of organizations leading health transformation through new care delivery models, creative partnerships, and new data and technology innovations.
Michelle McCleerey, PhD, MA, MEd, MBA, RN, is Chief Clinical Officer and Vice President of Strategy at PerfectServe®, healthcare’s most comprehensive and secure clinical communication and collaboration platform. McCleerey provides strategic guidance on the evolving healthcare landscape to inform the development of PerfectServe solutions that meet the needs and challenges of healthcare providers. She brings more than a decade of experience in creating innovative, user-centered healthcare technologies.
McCleerey presents “Patient-Centered Collaboration Technology to Facilitate Holistic Population Management.” Clinical communication and collaboration technology are critical to a population health management program. McCleerey explains how innovative patient-centered collaboration technology is able to support and facilitate holistic population health initiatives. Click here for photo of Michelle McCleerey.
4:15 p.m. ET, Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at LOEWS Philadelphia Hotel in Pennsylvania.
PerfectServe is healthcare’s most comprehensive and secure care team collaboration platform. The platform is unique in its ability to improve communication process accuracy and reliability via its proprietary Dynamic Intelligent Routing® capability, which automatically identifies and provides immediate connection to the right care team member for any given clinical situation at every moment in time. More than 500,000 clinicians in forward-looking organizations across the U.S. rely on PerfectServe to help them speed time to treatment, expedite care transitions, enhance the patient experience and reduce HIPAA compliance risk. PerfectServe is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, with offices in Alpharetta, Georgia and Chicago.