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Published on Nov 17, 2017
At Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health system, the concept of traditional healthcare is challenged daily—resulting in a transformation of care and the patient experience as we know it.
Jefferson Health—a twelve-hospital health system in the greater-Philadelphia area, featuring 2,824 licensed acute care beds and a wide variety of specialty areas of practice—is in the midst of a digital and clinical transformation. In just the past few years, Jefferson Health has aggressively piloted and launched numerous consumer and clinical applications that are fundamentally changing the way care is accessed. They’ve received nationwide acclaim for the launch of nationally recognized brands such as JeffConnect (a mobile telehealth service providing anytime, anywhere healthcare) and for developing mobile apps like myJeffHealth and myBaby@Jeff that enable quick and easy access to local healthcare. Jefferson Health’s dedication to the art of innovation is undeniable.
In this webinar, Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer and SVP for Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience and Robert Neff, Director of Innovative Technology Solutions and Platforms at Jefferson Health, reveal the Jefferson Health perspective of digital and clinical transformation. Listen in as Neil and Robert describes the latest advances in application development through Jefferson’s CDICE (Center for Digital Innovation and Consumer Experience) team; the agile and lean startup principles that have led their team to analyze, design, develop, release, evaluate, and support innovative patient-focused enterprise web, IoT (Internet of Things), clinical and mobile applications from Apple Research Kit-enabled mobile research apps to EHR (Electronic Health Record)-integrated clinical applications.
Learning Objectives: -- Identify the recent and upcoming digital innovation programs at Jefferson Health -- Model the Agile and Lean project management principles being applied during development -- Illustrate key touch-points for effective release, evaluation, and continuous development support behind applications -- Describe key clinician, IT, and executive stakeholder relationships, and how to engage such stakeholders in successful transformation initiatives