Day three of #TeleCon15 kicked off with a number of breakout sessions for the hundreds of attendees to chose from including:
Enhancing Mission Control – Aligning Support Services to Improve Patient Throughput, presented by the team at Carilion Clinic
The Automation of Tasks in the ED, presented by Southeastern Regional Medical Center
Managing Capacity with Care Progression Indicators, Dashboards & IHI Capacity Meetings, presented by the team at the University of Colorado Health
Making Beds Available Faster with Real-Time Discharge Notifications, presented by TeleTracking
The Implementation of an Operational Platform across an Enterprise, presented by the team at The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Top 30 Patient Flow Tips & Tricks, presented by Penn Highlands DuBois
The Launch of Apple iPod® devices for a Patient Transport Department, presented by Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital
Improving Project Results with Effective Change Management, presented by TeleTracking Education & Training
Creating Capacity through the Centralization of Patient Logistics, Precision Patient Placement and Discharge Design & Readiness, presented by TeleTracking Consulting Services
Increasing Compliance with Joint Commission Regulations presented by UAB Hospital
Care Support as a Pillar in TeleTracking’s Operational Platform, presented by TeleTracking
Fine Tuning your Patient Flow Processes, presented by TeleTracking
The conference wrapped up with final remarks from president, Michael Gallup, “What you’re doing is creating a revolution to change healthcare – and we want to be a part of it.”
TeleTracking will celebrate its 25th Anniversary next year, and five lucky winners were the recipients of ‘free trips’ to #TeleCon16 in Naples, FL! Congratulations to Amy McNabb, Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, Mary Bibb, BJC Healthcare, David Asherbraner, Frye Regional Medical Center, Karen Wyche, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, and David Stefano, VCU Healthcare.
We hope to see you at #TeleCon16!