Networking Event | Accelerating the Learning Health System with BPM+ Health
Tentative Date: Tuesday, March 14th
Tentative Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET
Location & Room: OCCC: West Building, Level 3- Room W306B
Event Description: Register today and learn how our member community works together to accelerate learning health systems using the Readiness Assessment Maturity Model (RAMM) and our Adoption Playbook.
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BPM+ Health at HIMSS21 | AI Automation at the Edge | Interoperability Showcase Demonstrations
Presented by: Shane McNamee, MD, Executive Director, BPM+ Health Ben Cushing, Director of Federal Health & Science, Red Hat Ken Allgood, Founder & CEO, Healthflow.io
Sepsis is a costly and life-threatening condition resulting in multi-organ failure. Beating conditions like sepsis requires rapid detection and mitigation of risks. Recovery at home is often preferred, yet medical teams often lack the capability to perform constant surveillance for emerging risks across their patient cohorts, especially in rural settings. We will demonstrate an early warning system driven by Clinical AI at the Edge, fed by at-home postoperative monitoring and automated clinical care escalation and coordination processes.
- Event-Driven Architecture
- Mobile Engagement
- Machine Learning
- BPM+ Process Automation
Interoperability Showcase Demonstrations
More information coming soon!.
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Our community comprises cross-discipline groups of professional organizations, clinical societies, and healthcare providers working together to develop and pilot standards-driven healthcare process automation techniques to realize the benefits of Healthcare IT fully.
Together we can actively create change in healthcare.
Readiness Assessment Maturity Model (RAMM)
Author: Organizational Adoption and Change Management Working Group
It still takes up to 17 years for the latest medical knowledge & best practices to be integrated into clinical workflows. This time lag has devastating consequences for all of healthcare's leading actors (Patient, Provider, Payer) & stands a firm barrier to realizing value-based care outcomes.