Leading in a Tech Enabled Environment
HX360™ – a new initiative co-developed by HIMSS and AVIA – invites health system leaders to reinvent care delivery in our time by harnessing the potential of next generation technologies.
Join a diverse group of health system leaders who are passionate about combining the right mix of resources, process and technologies to improve the way we deliver healthcare. HX360 will be hosting its inaugural event April 13-15, 2015 co-located with HIMSS15 Annual Conference at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL.
Today’s Healthcare Challenges
In healthcare today, patients have choices and health systems are being measured closely. Health system leaders must meet a twofold challenge: to create quality clinical experiences and good clinical outcomes for patients, and to maintain the fiscal health of their organizations.
HX360 is an initiative that seeks to improve care delivery by encouraging the adoption of next generation technologies and workflows to address the key challenges faced by health systems today. These Contemporary Provider Challenges, as identified by leading health systems, include:
- Patient retention and acquisition
- Primary care provider efficiency
- Post-acute care management
- Patient experience improvement
- Care coordination
- Supply chain optimization
- Mandated quality metrics improvement
Improving Care Delivery with Next Generation Technologies
Electronic health records (EHR) and other data-collecting platform technologies have set the stage for improving healthcare delivery through more effective data collection. There have been a number of important advances in healthcare over the past several decades, including the adoption and use of EHRs. To continue care delivery transformation, next generation technologies must also be adopted.
But in recent years, billions of dollars in new venture capital have funded emerging "next generation", non-EHR technologies such as intelligent scheduling software – technologies that draw on EHR data to improve care in real-time. By implementing solutions based on these technologies, health system leaders hope to make care more efficient and more integrated, while lowering costs and improving quality.
Get involved today and stay at the cutting edge of the rapidly changing world of healthcare delivery!