EHR induced clinician burnout is at an all-time high. The strain is fueling an already tremendous worker shortage in nursing, as well as contributing to significant resignations across the care team. The challenges are well known.
This important and timely webinar aims to address what can be done to provide these critical frontline workers, including physicians and nurses, the necessary relief to increase their job satisfaction, and ultimately improve patient care.
The panelists will address their experience deploying an intuitive predictive workflow system, integrated with Cerner and Epic, which has reduced clinician time in the EHR with speed and flexibility, among other benefits. They'll also discuss their experience using the FHIR API-based engagement layer to stand up a field hospital and deploy a COVID dashboard, all with minimal time and support required from IT.
Director of Information
Technology and Systems,
RN, MBA, MS, BSN, CPHIMS
LeAnthony serves as an organizational leader on IT infrastructure, information systems and healthcare informatics processes at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. He partners with IT project stakeholders to design, develop, and support current and future IT systems and optimize workflows.
LeAnthony has more than 25 years of experience in information technology, healthcare, and informatics leadership. He joined RWJBarnabas Health in 2015 as an Informatics Strategist supporting the design, development and implementation of core clinical systems (Epic, Cerner, and AllScripts). Prior to RWJBH, LeAnthony held leadership roles in healthcare and informatics at Johns Hopkins, Watch our on-demand Webinar
NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, and NYU Langone.
LeAnthony earned his Master of Science in Informatics from University of Maryland at Baltimore, he also holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Arizona Global Campus and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas. He is a registered nurse in New York and New Jersey and an Alumnus Certified Critical Care Nurse- Pediatric Specialization. He is also a Certified Professional in Health Information and Management Systems.
Nicholas Larochelle, MD
Medical Director, Concord Hospital Emergency Department, Transfer Center, Stroke Program
Nicholas Larochelle is an Emergency Medicine Physician and the Medical Director for the Concord Hospital Emergency Department. Watch our on-demand Webinar
He attended Bowdoin College, the University of Vermont School of Medicine, and completed Emergency Medicine Residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Nick has a desire to improve mental health treatment and an interest in Early Directed Treatment in the Emergency Department.
CEO and Founder of Wellsheet
Craig Limoli founded Wellsheet to transform the clinician experience with the EHR, accelerate workflow, and reduce clinician burnout. Wellsheet’s patented and award-winning platform is integrated with the leading EHRs including Cerner, Epic and athenahealth. Clinicians have reported a 40% reduction in time spent in the EHR, and a 20% increase in throughput. The company’s intuitive, predictive workflow platform is deployed in large enterprises, and engaged with some of the largest health systems and government agencies, as well as with payers and FQHCs. Wellsheet leverages FHIR APIs and can deploy in weeks.
Prior to Wellsheet, Craig worked at IBM as a strategy consultant in their Watson Health division, where he led regional business development for their flagship care coordination product. After seeing the deficiencies in existing technologies in healthcare, Craig saw an opportunity to create a better experience for physicians and left Wharton’s MBA program to found Wellsheet. Craig received a bachelor’s degree from Princeton.Watch our on-demand Webinar