EarlySense InSight™ System to Ensure Patient Safety in Healthcare Institutions [Interview][Transcript]

dr_zachary_palace_earlysense_insightGuest: Dr. Zachary Palace
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest Bio: Zachary Palace, MD
Medical Director, Hebrew Home at Riverdale by RiverSpring Health
Zachary Palace, MD, completed his undergraduate training at Yeshiva University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Hebraic Studies. He attended the State University of New York-Downstate Medical School, where he received his MD degree. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine as well as a Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine, at Staten Island University Hospital, and is board-certified in both specialties. He is credentialed as a CMD by the American Medical Directors Association (AMDA).

Segment overview: InSight™ is the latest product from EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free continuous monitoring.
Dr. Zachary Palace has been using EarlySense products at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale. Since using EarlySense, his facility has reduced the frequency of patient falls by almost 40% and has seen a significant reduction in the number of re-hospitalizations.

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Leading Software Developer for Medical and Dental Practices with Mac Applications [Interview][Transcript]

mark_hollis_macpracticeGuest: Mark Hollis
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest Bio: A graduate of Washington & Jefferson College with an extensive entrepreneurial background and having served in public office in Brooklyn, NY for two terms, Mark Hollis was a practice management consultant to more than 600 practices in the New York Metropolitan for 25 years before cofounding MacPractice in May 2004. With 35 years’ experience, Mark is an industry expert who represents MacPractice as one the top 40 EHR vendors in the Electronic Health Records Association (EHRA), the national trade organization that advises and consults CMS, HHS and the ONC. Mark’s company is also a member of Commonwealth Health Alliance, a nonprofit comprised of top EHR vendors who are constructing a national patient ID system as a foundation for national interoperability.

Segment overview: Mark Hollis, CEO of MacPractice, a software security and healthcare technology expert, discusses what physicians and practices should know about encryption and how it plays an important role in their organization’s success.

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Cloud Delivered Desktops Securing Sensitive Patient Data [Interview][Transcript]

Brady_Ranum_DizzionGuest: Brady Ranum
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest Bio: Brady Ranum, VP of Product and Strategy for Dizzion. Became VP of Products and Strategy in mid-2015. With over two decades of experience in IT infrastructure technology, Brady brings a unique and valuable skill-set to Dizzion. Throughout his career, he has excelled in designing colocation and customized managed infrastructures, and delivering high performance, highly available cloud deployments, custom networks, storage, and compliant environments.  http://www.dizzion.com/industries/healthcare/

Segment overview: Brady Ranum, VP of Product and Strategy for Dizzion, discusses how this company provides cloud delivered desktops that are fully-managed from end to end and leverage purpose-built infrastructure designed specifically for the demands of desktop delivery, especially in sensitive industries like healthcare.

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Real-time Data Analytics Fostering Connections at Every Point in the Patient Care Continuum [Interview][Transcript]

Neil_Smiley_Loopback_AnalyticsGuest: Neil Smiley
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest Bio: Neil Smiley, a serial entrepreneur with a passion for transforming industries with data-driven solutions, founded Loopback Analytics to deliver an advanced Software-as-a-Service platform healthcare providers can use to prevent costly readmissions. Neil began his career as an Accenture consultant and holds a computer science degree from Dartmouth College.

Segment overview: In this Health Supplier Segment, Loopback Analytics CEO and Founder, Neil Smiley, discusses big data’s new role in bundled payments, and how analytics will drive better patient outcomes.

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