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The First of Its Kind: Visibility Into the Home and Hospital

Nov 2, 2022
2:00 pm EDT
Presented by Connect America
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About This Webinar

Although seniors and vulnerable populations want to age gracefully in their own homes for as long as possible, payers, ACOs, and caregivers are often the last to know when critical care events and hospitalizations happen. This lack of visibility erodes member independence and accelerates the transition to assisted living. There’s a better way for everyone involved.

This webinar will dive deep into a groundbreaking collaboration with health information exchanges (HIEs) that shows how we can finally close the loop on care, and we'll also show how you can put predictive analytics, trends, and risk scoring into action before critical care events occur.

Attendees Will Learn How

  • A more expansive digital health and safety platform that includes Personal Emergency Response Services (PERS) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) can enhance member engagement, improve clinical outcomes, and lower healthcare spending
  • Powerful predictive analytics can deliver risk scores and trended data that enables early interventions before critical care events happen
  • Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) can deliver crucial Admit, Discharge, and Transfer (ADT) information to care- and case managers in near real-time when hospitalizations occur


Rosemary Kennedy, PhD, RN, MBA

Chief Health Informatics Officer

Connect America

Dr. Kennedy is Connect America’s Chief Health Informatics Officer, with expertise in delivering innovative, value-based healthcare using health information technology and process redesign to improve quality, cost, and performance. Dr. Kennedy has led teams at eCare Informatics, Sotera Wireless, the National Quality Forum (NQF), and Siemens Healthcare, among others. She is the recipient of…

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Dana Womack, PhD, RN

Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology and School of Nursing

Oregon Health and Science University

Dr. Womack is a nurse informaticist consultant with extensive experience in early product concepting and has served as an informaticist at the Center for Aging Services Technologies. She has worked in Informatics at the Intel Corporation and Inova Health System and previously worked in consulting at Deloitte and Bearingpoint, among others. Currently, Dr. Womak is an Assistant Professor in the…

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Harm J. Scherpbier, MD, MS

Chief Medical Information Officer

HealthShare Exchange

Dr. Scherpbier is a physician Chief Medical Information Officer (CMO) at HealthShare Exchange, the Philadelphia regional Health Information Exchange, focused on expanding the reach and relevance of information exchange in clinical care and population health. Dr. Harm Scherpbier is also an independent Health IT advisor and Adjunct Lecturer at the Jefferson College of Population Health, teaching…

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