Why we love health IT: CommonWell members weigh in
“No doubt, the work of health IT is challenging and is never done, but I love that it’s with purpose – to foster the patient and care team relationship, to facilitate the best possible care, and to get the right information in the right hands at the right time. At its core, interoperability is collaboration – sharing information gathered at one point to benefit another, and the health IT community echoes this collaborative spirit. I’m so proud to be part of an industry-driven by cooperation and the pursuit of empowering care teams to best support their patients.”
–Kathryn Ayers Wickenhauser, Director of Marketing & Membership, DirectTrust
“As healthcare technology leaders, we have the opportunity and responsibility to transform care as we know it and ensure that vital patient information transitions alongside patients as their care needs evolve over time. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to validate the need for increased care coordination and interoperability across the continuum. The team and I at WellSky are honored to collaborate with fellow health IT vendors and CommonWell in our shared mission to advance smarter, better, and more connected care in 2021 and into the future. We’re all working together to power better health outcomes for more people. That’s at the heart of what we do.”
–Amy Shellhart, Senior Vice President, Solutions Management, WellSky
“By leveraging data and analytics, cardiologists can view patient cohorts to gain a clearer understanding of what’s happening at scale. These days, it’s simple to determine which patients with chronic heart disease are taking a particular medication and experiencing certain symptoms or adverse events. That knowledge can produce the kind of insights—into, say, the development of complications—that help save lives. And cardiology is only beginning to feel the effects of innovations such as telehealth and machine learning. These technologies are here to stay, and they’re likely to further enhance the work of cardiologists across the world.” Read more from Dr. El-Oraby here.
–Hazem El-Oraby, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, TrakCare, InterSystems
“For anyone who likes solving hard problems to make the world a better, more efficient place, health IT is the perfect home. I particularly enjoy my work because the interoperability issue is an elephant in the room that requires a lot of attention, collaboration, and trust to conquer. Bringing it down to Earth a bit more, being successful in the work we do means that actual lives are impacted every day. That is what drives our purpose and passion. It’s also just really cool to make this happen with such dedicated customers.”
–Miona Short, Strategy Analyst, Redox
“Health tech has been given a makeover into a sleek, readily available, user-friendly space – a space that is accessible even from a smartphone app – while all the data analysis and coding are excluded from the patient experience, reserved specifically for IT support. Tech support is in constant communication with the software developers, customers, and patients, allowing for these worlds to merge and create a technology service that is not only innovative and transformative, but that is usable.” Read more from Jessie here.
–Jessie Swindell, Professional Services Analyst, Ambra Health
“Ultimately, Health IT should be about creating the best experience for payors, providers, and patients. We have the potential to change the entire Workers’ Compensation industry from a transactional experience to a transformational experience. Everyone wins when we create a great experience. That’s what drives us. It’s what we do. It’s what we love.”
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