Maximizing Patient Experience through Technology, Clinical Care, and Administrative Efficiencies
The needs of our veterans are continuously changing as a result of innovations in medical care as well as the influx of engagements which the United States has been involved in throughout the past few decades. The VA has been tasked with an enormous responsibility to provide exceptional and the highest level of care possible to these commendable Veterans.
VA Healthcare Summit 2015 will bring together strategic leaders and experts within the Veterans Affairs to evaluate and assess the benefits and challenges in which they face in the near future with augmenting and implementing new technology, clinical care practices, and administrative efficiencies.
By examining and identifying the areas in which improvement are greatly needed within the VHA, the VA can properly inform and educate the Vendors of the parameters and systems needed to correct these deficiencies. By doing this the VA will ensure they are moving in the right direction in order to resolve the overall problem of dealing with a countless influx of Veterans as well as the issue of sequestration.
We Will Examine Topics Including:
- Future of Mental Healthcare within the VA
- Health Informatics in the Future of VA Care
- Technology upgrades that will impact the Patient Experience such as Telehealth, Vista Evolution and Health Informatics for Mental Health Care
- Innovations in Women’s Specific Care
- Treating the Growing Threat of Traumatic Brain Injury
- Administrative Innovations through Enhancing Veterans Benefits Management System and Veterans Claims Intake Program
- New VA Leadership Structure and how it will Transform the Future of the VHA
- Implementing Lean Six Sigma to Improve VA Efficiency and Productivity
Benefits of Attending:
- Receive CME Credits for 2015
- Hear from 20+ Expert Speakers Leading VA Healthcare Initiatives across the US
- Gain your Lean Six Certification during our Lean Six Sigma Focus Day
- Create your own Agenda by Choosing from our Technology, Clinical Care, and Administrative Tracks
Former Principal Deputy Director
Office of the National Coordinator on Health Information Technology (ONC)
Bradley C. Nindl, Ph.D.
US Army Institute of Public Health, Army Public Health Command
Dr. Alice B. Aiken
Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research
Lisa Griffin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
University of Texas at Austin
Chris MedinaSan Antonio City Council
COL Edward P Horvath
US Army Reserve
Airworthiness Certification & Evaluation Branch, US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory
Andrea L. Behrman
PhD, PT, FAPTA, Director
Pediatric Neuro- Recovery Program, Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
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