LogicStream is excited to announce our lineup of upcoming conferences: AMDIS, Epic UGM, IHI and HIMSS. Join us at these upcoming conferences to learn how leading health systems are implementing Clinical Process Improvement solutions that empower operational stakeholders with the information they need to standardize care, measure adoption of evidence-based best practices and understand the impact their care delivery has on outcomes. If you’re interested in learning more, schedule a meeting with LogicStream. We look forward to connecting with you.
The highly anticipated Epic UGM conference is taking place September 25 to 28 at Epic’s Verona, Wisconsin Campus. Sharing knowledge among the Epic community is the heart of UGM and a large part of why it’s so successful. As a result, UGM provides a productive platform for valuable discussion among Epic staff and customers. Attendees will be briefed on the company’s vision for the future, and learn about the latest healthcare and technology trends. LogicStream is hosting happy hour during UGM on Wednesday, September 27. We will be holding the event at Eno Vino Wine Bar and Bistro located off Capital Square. Hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and of course wine will be served on us! Stay tuned for more details…
December 10 to 13, 2017, LogicStream will be exhibiting at the IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement alongside thousands of the brightest minds in healthcare. Taking place in Orlando, Florida, the Forum is the premier conference from which you can create meaningful connections, gain new perspectives, and discover actionable strategies for providing better quality care. Visit us to learn about how we are implementing Clinical Process Improvement solutions to pave the way to safer healthcare. More details on special events and how to set up a demo will be coming soon.
The 2018 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition is March 5 to 9, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. HIMSS brings together 40,000+ health IT professionals, clinicians, executives, and vendors from around the world. Exceptional education, world-class speakers, cutting-edge health IT products, and powerful networking are hallmarks of this industry-leading conference. Join LogicStream to discover how Clinical Process Improvement solutions align with the goals of HIMSS to lead efforts towards optimizing health engagements and care outcomes through information technology. LogicStream will be exhibiting and providing demonstrations and customer presentations throughout the conference as well as hosting a special invite-only event during HIMSS18. Finalized details will be available closer to the date.
LogicStream enjoyed a successful week at the 2017 AMDIS Physician-Computer Connection Symposium in Ojai, California June 21 to 23. While we had the opportunity to network and connect with so many contacts new and old, the highlight was hearing about the effort being made by CMIO’s around the country to implement Clinical Process Improvement solutions that support their organization’s efforts to improve clinical quality while reducing costs. During the conference, Dr. Judi Binderman, VP-Corporate CMIO at Community Medical Center in Fresno, California shared with the AMDIS attendees how her organization has developed data curiosity throughout the health system. A big driver of that data curiosity is the ability to put the key information in the hands of the operational stakeholders throughout Community Medical Centers using Clinical Process Improvement solutions from LogicStream. If you attended AMDIS we hope we were able to connect during the show or during the happy hour we hosted. Click this link to view the recording of Dr. Binderman’s presentation and learn more about how Community is fostering data curiosity and creating an army of process engineers throughout their health system.
Thank you to those who came and saw LogicStream Health at HealthImpact East in New York, June 5, at the Union League Club. It was great to make new connections and share how LogicStream’s Clinical Process Improvement solutions empower operational stakeholders at health systems across the country with information they need to make meaningful change. This happens with self-service access to the information required to foster an environment of data curiosity and solutions that are both innovative and practical.