Visit AT&T ForHealth℠ in Booth #3727 at HIMSS13 in New Orleans.
AT&T ForHealth℠ is committed to serving the technology needs across the continuum of care - from hospitals to physicians to patients. Our suite of innovative wireless, cloud-based and networking services and applications empower clinicians by placing vital patient health information at their fingertips. Medical images are stored and shared through the cloud, highly secure and on demand. With telehealth, patients can get greater access to specialty care. And mobile health solutions can help patients become more engaged in their own care.
Building a New Breed of mHealth to Better Track and Manage Patient
March 6, 8:30 – 9:30 am, Ernest Morial Convention Center room 245. (Separate registration required.) To be truly useful, mHealth data needs to be kept highly secure, flow across applications and link physicians, hospitals and patients. This session will explore an open environment where data is shared in a highly-secure manner across the healthcare ecosystem to better track and manage patient outcomes. Speaker: Nasrin Dayani , AT&T mHealth Solutions Lead.
Plan on joining these other sessions:
Future of Patient Engagement is in the Palm of Your Hand
March 3; 2 – 3 p.m. Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room: 343. In this session, two physicians will discuss how organizations can use social media and mobile applications to engage patients beyond the office visit, and how the movement towards these new technologies is empowering both care providers and patients to rethink the traditional doctor/patient relationship. Speakers: Geeta Nayyar, MD, MBA, CMIO, AT&T ForHealth; Kate Christensen, MD, Medical Director, Internet Services Kaiser Permanente.
Cloud Medical Imaging Should Be in Your Future
March 7, 11:15 am – 12:15 p.m. Room 252. Learn how Henry Ford Health System is securely and successfully moving to a cloud-based, centralized repository for medical image access, storage, viewing and sharing for its cardiologists. Speaker: Kevin Yee, Administrator, Edith and Benson Vascular Institute, Henry Ford Medical Center.