We’re excited to host the first annual Mobile Heartbeat User Group (MHUG) meeting. Over the next two days, attendees will share insights and feedback on the impact of Mobile Heartbeat products and services, network with each other and discuss key issues affecting the industry.

Mobile Heartbeat CEO, Ron Remy, will kick off the conference, welcoming our guests and sharing the Mobile Heartbeat road map for 2018 and beyond. We are working on several exciting and strategic initiatives to expand our offering as we continue to address our customers’ evolving needs and workflows.

Jonathan B. Perlin, MD, PhD, MSHA, MACP, FACMI, President, Clinical Services and Chief Medical Officer, HCA, is the keynote speaker presenting: From Promise to Practice: Closing the Data Loop for Learning, Improvement and High-Performance Healthcare. Dr. Perlin will present best practices focusing on how to track and analyze user data to improve workflows and patient care.

Later in the conference, Annabaker Garber, PhD, RN, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, HCA, will dig in deeper and present MH-CURE Impact by the Numbers: User and Adoption Analytics, looking specifically at how Mobile Heartbeat has impacted processes, costs and patient outcomes at HCA.

We’re delighted to also have Allen Hsiao, MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Yale-New Haven Health System, who will discuss the positive impact of smartphone communications platforms like MH-CURE on academic medical centers.

From NewYork-Presbyterian we welcome Rosemary Ventura, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, who will tell us about the Real Mobile Communications of New York. Rosemary has led the successful implementation of Mobile Heartbeat’s MH-CURE platform across the NYP network, where more than 11,000 current Mobile Heartbeat users across the network of hospitals execute over 70,000 communications events per day.

We will also dig down into many of the industry “hot topics” during the meeting in break-out sessions. From communications and alerting policies, to device security management around BYOD, and how to encourage successful physician adoption to maximizing your technology investments and interoperability.