NaviNet Senior Executives to Speak about Unified Patient Information Management and the Future of Connected Healthcare

President and CEO Brad Waugh to speak at 21st Annual UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference, CIO John Kelly to Speak at HealthIT 2011 Conference

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- NaviNet, America’s largest real-time healthcare communications network, announced today that its chief executive officer and its chief information officer will speak at industry conferences about the future of health IT in the U.S., including connected healthcare trends and unified patient information management (UPIM). Both conferences are focused on implementing technology to improve healthcare delivery, quality of care and efficiencies.

Both Brad Waugh, NaviNet president and CEO, and John Kelly, NaviNet CIO, will speak on the emergence of solutions to give physicians and other healthcare professionals single-source access to clinical, administrative and financial patient information. Through application and workflow integration, solutions for UPIM create efficiencies, improve quality of care and enhance patient service and satisfaction.

21st Annual UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference

Brad Waugh, NaviNet president and CEO, will present at the 21st Annual UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference in New York, N.Y., held on February 7-8, 2011. Waugh will join senior managers from more than 120 leading healthcare companies to present on the state of the U.S. healthcare services industry. Waugh’s presentation and other sessions will provide to investors a deeper look into the state of this dynamic and specialized sector.

Who:

  Brad Waugh, president and CEO, NaviNet
 

Where:

21st Annual UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference, Grand Hyatt, New York, N.Y.

 

When:

February 7, 1:30 p.m. ET

For more information about the UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference, please visit: http://www.ibb.ubs.com/Conferences/.

HealthIT 2011 Conference: The Tools for Meaningful and Accountable Care

NaviNet CIO John Kelly will join doctors, CIOs and other healthcare executives at the HealthIT 2011 Conference, sponsored by the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium, on February 4 in Burlington, Mass. This year’s conference is focused on optimizing quality and proficiency within the healthcare industry through the implementation of innovative and efficient technology. Kelly will speak on a panel that will feature leading members of the Consortium who will discuss how technology will meet industry needs for implementing EHRs and effective health information exchange.

Who:

  John Kelly, CIO, NaviNet
 

What:

Panel discussion titled “The Technology to Power EHRs and HIEs”
 

Where:

HealthIT 2011 Conference: The Tools for Meaningful and Accountable Care, Burlington Marriott, Burlington, Mass.

 

When:

February 4, 2:30 p.m. ET

For more information about the HealthIT 2011 Conference, please visit: http://www.mahealthdata.org/.

About NaviNet

NaviNet, America’s largest real-time healthcare communications network, securely links leading health plans, industry partners and the government to hundreds of thousands of physicians, clinicians and other healthcare professionals. More than 70 percent of the nation’s physicians are enrolled in the NaviNet Network, which touches 121 million covered lives. NaviNet’s solutions and services for unified patient information management (UPIM) address the full lifecycle of healthcare data management by providing single-source access to patient-centric administrative, financial and clinical information to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and improve quality of care. The NaviNet solution suite includes NaviNet Insurer Connect, NaviNet EMR and NaviNet PM. For more information, or to sign up for NaviNet, please visit www.NaviNet.net or call 617-715-6000 or 800-805-7569. Connect with us on our blog, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.



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