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When the COVID-19 pandemic began, many healthcare providers and life sciences organizations deployed Microsoft Teams and actively used it for communication and collaboration. Six months in, organizations are exploring what’s next with Teams.
How can the tool help support care coordination? What within Teams helps data integration to aid in improved decision making? Is Teams helping to maintain company culture, despite many still working remotely?
In this webinar, healthcare operations and enterprise collaboration experts will dive into the top five areas to consider for effective Teams use:
- Security in a regulated industry
- Healthcare-specific change
About the Speakers
Aaron Aude is a Partner and Director of Healthcare Solutions and is based in Cincinnati. He is one of three authors of our ebook “Go Beyond Email with Office 365: How to Drive Adoption of a Collaborative Digital Workplace.” During his career, he has helped people work better together in many different companies across the U.S. and abroad. Aaron has had the opportunity to develop applications, design and architect solutions and help direct venture capital into innovative ideas. He got his start in technology working out how to capture and calculate cardiac output in American lobsters.
Greg Foster is a National Healthcare Workforce Management Lead, who helps organizations better understand their workforce and develop a sensible approach to improving enterprise performance. He has deployed workforce management solutions for organizations totaling more than one million employees. He brings his clients keen insight that is tempered by vast real-world experiences. Greg enjoys sharing that knowledge with leaders and collaborating to improve their organizations. He hopes to enrich fairness and equity across their workforce.
Valerie Falls is a Portfolio Manager within the IT PMO Office at Nuvance Health. Valerie started her career as a programmer analyst in Montreal in the ERP industry and transitioned to Healthcare when she and her family moved to the Hudson Valley in 2008. She moved to project manager in 2014, where she worked on many implementations varying from multiple Cerner upgrades to Infor implementations to API staff scheduling implementations. In 2019, Valerie became a portfolio manager, where she manages and maintains the Nuvance Health PMO tool (Clarity PPM). Her tasks vary from implementing new methodologies to educating Nuvance Health Clarity users on using the software best.
Dave McDowell is a Senior Interface Analyst, IT, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dave has over 37 years of experience in healthcare software. Dave has served in many different roles, such as System Analyst, Design Analyst, Practice Manager, Sr. Project Manager, Sr. Consultant, and others. Dave has worked for provider organizations, software companies, and as a consultant, and has worked with and for prestigious clients such as Duke University and Mayo Clinic. Since 1991 (except for a few short stints in project management), he has focused on Healthcare integration. Dave is certified in multiple interface engines, including Cloverleaf, Rhapsody, Healthshare Connect (Intersystems), and Bridges, and is very familiar with others such as Mirth and Corepoint. He also truly enjoys mentoring and training colleagues and associates.