VUMC Presents: Advancing Technology to Support an Innovative Care Model

  • Tue, July 26, 2022
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom link to be provided

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Advancing Technology to Support an Innovative Care Model


Rapid growth experienced across the Vanderbilt health system, coupled with increased population demands for beds within the hospital, has resulted in an innovative care model, bringing healthcare to the patient where they want to be treated, when they need treatment. Pandemic pressures accelerated movement toward hospital services in a home setting, personalizing patient care in the comfort of the patient’s home. This Hospital at Home program opens more space in the traditional hospital setting for treating patients with severe illness and meets the continually increasing demand for inpatient hospital services.

Join several IT experts and clinicians from Vanderbilt University Medical Center to learn more about how this team translated the concept of hospital care at home to reality by

  • Building a robust virtual inpatient department
  • Developing a seamless inpatient workflow
  • Customizing a new platform in the hospital electronic medical record
  • Remotely monitoring and maintaining continuity of care
  • Providing the same level of care and services for patients in their home

Presenters:


Dara Mize, MD, MS, Moderator

                                                      

                      Judy Derrick,                                       Julie Ervin

           IT Senior Voice Program Mgr.                   Sr. Application Analyst


                                                   

                     Tara Horr, MD                      Megan Kimmerling, RN

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11:30am - 1:00 pm CST

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