January 19 Chapter Meeting

  • 19 Jan 2016
  • Breakfast in Bellevue, Luncheon in Seattle

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EvergreenHealth Case Study - Digital Innovation

NO WAOIC credits for this program

This discussion will include a review facts pertaining to EvergreenHealth; their service area and awards and recognitions.

In addition, Tom will review Key Technology Investments of EvergreenHealth; the Key Drivers for these investments and Limitations for Innovation.

Tom will give an overview of the partnership between EvergreenHealth, Cambia Grove and Elevar which has provided a different approach to bridging the gap between enterprise and startups in order to bring innovation to the healthcare sector. EvergreenHealth pitched four problem statements to the digital startup community, which became the foundation to identify pilot solutions. Executives then participated in a series of events working directly with the startups competing for a chance to land a pilot. 96 startups applied from across the US. EvergreenHealth chose one startup, EHR.Works, to receive a formal "letter of intent", with EHR.Works now being integrated with EvergreenHealth's EMR system to enable physicians to easily access patient information at the point of care.

Come hear more about this partnership!

Presenter
Tom Martin
is responsible for strategic planning, information technology, business and relationship development services and operational excellence at EvergreenHealth.

He came to EvergreenHealth in 2006 from University of Washington Medicine, where he served as chief information officer for all the UW Medicine organizations, including the UW Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, School of Medicine and all Practice Plan. Prior to that, he worked for Andersen Consulting in their state and local government practice. Martin earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in mathematics and business administration from the University of Portland.

Tom is a member of several civic and professional organizations, including the One Redmond, Northwest Health Response Network, College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, and was a founding member of the Cerner University Hospital Customer Group. He serves as a board member for One Redmond and the Northwest Regional Response Network.


January 19 Chapter Meeting

Online registration closes January 17.
Register by phone until noon on January 18 at 206-623-8632.
No refunds after January 15.
Members must log in to get the member rate.

Bellevue Breakfast - Daniel's Broiler

Located in the Bank of America building
10500 N.E. 8th, 21st Floor, Bellevue, WA 98004

The underground parking garage is shared with the Hyatt.
Once in the garage look for the 'Bank of America' elevators.
Take garage elevator to the Bank of America lobby.
Switch to a building elevator to go to 21st floor.
Building elevators are locked until 7 AM.

7:15-7:30 AM  Sign in
7:30-7:40 AM  Breakfast is served
7:40-8:00 AM  Announcements
8:00-9:00 AM  Program

$30 Members online; $40 at the door
$40 Non-members online; $50 at the door

Seattle Luncheon - K&L Gates

Main conference room, Floor 29
925 Fourth Avenue, Seattle 98104
(Corner of 4th Ave and Madison St)
Note: Parking is not free

11:15 AM-11:30 AM  Registration
11:30 AM-11:45 AM  Lunch is served
11:45 AM-12:00 PM  Announcements
12:00 PM-  1:00 PM  Program

$30 Members online; $40 at the door
$40 Non-members online; $50 at the door

Western Pension & Benefits Council • Seattle Chapter
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