Building the Digital Ecosystem: Understanding Foundations for Your Digital Transformation
10:00 – 11:00 A.M. Central time
Registration fees: $225 per facility | Non-Members Registration Fee: $350 per facility
Chief Information Officer, IT Directors
This webinar will show organizations how to advance their understanding of digital capacity. This session will also provide additional information on digital transformation in a way that engages stakeholders in support of the best outcomes for consumers, clinicians, and staff.
At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
- Define and explain what impacts an organization’s digital capacity.
- Discuss what stakeholders can do to engage with digital initiatives and why it is important.
- Explain your organization’s definition of digital to gain buy-in and foster adoption.
Christopher Kunney serves as senior vice president of digital acceleration for Divurgent where he is responsible for developing new business and expanding existing contracts. He recently served as chief strategist & business development for DSS, Inc.’s Juno EHR product line. As an experienced health care information technology executive and strategist, Mr. Kunney works with hospitals, health systems, accountable care organizations, clinically integrated networks, ancillary service providers, and physician-owned entities to provide guidance and insight on emerging health care technology offerings, compliance-related issues, and technology adoption.
Sarah Brandt is a digital transformation leader with over 14 years of experience partnering with organizations to rethink their approaches to consumer and employee experience. As a vice president at Divurgent, Sarah leads solution development and delivery related to clients’ digital health and human-centered design initiatives. She has partnered with integrated health systems, data analytics and digital technology providers, and clients to structure and execute strategic initiatives that drive measurable improvement in health, well-being, and business outcomes. She is passionate about helping cross-functional teams standardize and scale operations using data, technology, human capital, automation, and process re-engineering.
This speaker has no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this presentation.