Many hospitals today face a perfect storm of operational and financial challenges. With increasing competition from outpatient facilities and rising care costs negatively impacting budgets, now is the time to boost your clinical registry’s value. However, collecting and analyzing data can be time-consuming and costly without the right tools. During this webinar, we will share insights and best practices for increasing the value of registry participation and how it’s possible to reduce costs while improving outcomes using the ARMUS Product Suite.
In this webinar, we will discuss how to:
- Reduce data abstraction time and labor
- Turn your data into high-quality data
- Drive insights to improve outcomes
- Get access to actionable analytics
Prior to Health Catalyst, Zoltan served as the VP of Engineering at ARMUS Corporation. He has 25+ years experience of delivering software solutions to the healthcare industry, and over a decade of experience teaching software engineering management and software engineering at the graduate level. He holds a BA in physics from U.C. Berkeley, an MS in Software Engineering from Santa Clara University, and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley.
Prior to Health Catalyst, Sheila served as the Clinical Services Director at ARMUS Corporation and was at ARMUS 15 year prior to the transition of ARMUS to Health Catalyst. She has 30+ years’ experience in Cardiovascular Nursing, including Cardiovascular Clinical and Outcomes Management as well as Clinical informatics. Additionally, she has served as an educator in the public school system. She is an RN with an ASN in Nursing from Tennessee State University and holds a BS in Education from the University of Tennessee, Martin.
JoAnn Mader is the Quality Outcomes Manager for the Abstraction Teams at Community Health Network in Indianapolis and MultiCare in Washington State. Her teams are responsible for data abstraction and quality improvement for multiple cardiovascular registries, Centers for Medicare, The Joint Commission metrics, and National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP). She joined Health Catalyst in January 2020 from Community Health Network where she had been for thirty-seven years. JoAnn has 30 years of experience as a registered nurse, with a primary focus on the Cardiovascular population. In addition, the past ten years of her career have been focused on Data quality and Improving patient outcomes in collaboration with the hospital systems she is associated with.