Patient Engagement - Improved Outcomes and Reduced Costs

January 28, 5:45pm, PST - 7:45pm, PST

Kaiser Permanente Town Hall 
Upstairs Ballroom
3704 North Interstate Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
 

Registration

Non-member Price: 
$35.00
Member Price: 
$25.00
Student Price: 
$15.00

Patient engagement - getting patients to actively participate in their own care - has been dubbed "the blockbuster drug of the 21st century." This dramatic paradigm shift has the power to reduce healthcare costs and improve care outcomes. It is a new era of providers and patients working together to improve health. Patients want to be engaged in their healthcare decision-making process, and those who are engaged as decision-makers in their care tend to be healthier and have better outcomes. By involving patients and members, healthcare organizations can improve in both quality and safety, which can ultimately lead to reduced costs.

The panel will include a patient and leaders from Inpatient and Outpatient patient advisory programs. Bring your questions and concerns for an interactive Q&A session with the panel and attendees. 

This event has been approved for up to 2.0 continuing education (CE) hours for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the Certified Professional in Healthcare Management Systems (CPHIMS) and Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS).

Panel Members

Richard Gibson, MD, PhD, is a Research Director in Healthcare for Gartner, Inc. He is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Oregon Health and Science University. Formerly he was Chief of Healthcare Intelligence at Providence Health & Services, Renton WA. Previously he was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Legacy Health in Portland OR. Dr. Gibson is a family physician, emergency physician, and also boarded in Clinical Informatics. 

Jenny Pedersen is a Privacy and Compliance Officer for The Portland Clinic.  In addition to her position at The Portland Clinic, Jenny is the project manager for the Patient Advisory Council. She has worked in health care since 1974, starting as a licensed clinician and then advancing into varied health care administrative roles. She is passionate about patient rights and advocacy. Jenny enjoys the camaraderie that the Patient Advisory Council offers and feels excited with the prospect of patient involvement and decision making that can influence all of us at The Portland Clinic and the surrounding communities that we serve. 

Jonathan Bullock is program manager, Patient and Family Centered Care Programs for the Kaiser Permanente Northwest region. He started his career with Kaiser Permanente in the Southern California region in 2005 spearheading that region’s push to incorporate the patient and family perspective in quality improvement and the care experience. In July 2012, Jonathan relocated to Kaiser Permanente’s Northwest region to help expand Kaiser Permanente’s work in patient and family centered care.

Agenda

5:45-6:15 Dinner and Networking

6:15-7:30 Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A

7:30-7:45 Networking

This event has been approved for up to 1.25 continuing education (CE) hours for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the Certified Professional in Healthcare Management Systems (CPHIMS) and Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS).

Registration fee includes dinner: HiMSS Members $25, Non-Members $35, and students $15. 

Sponsorship opportunities for this and future HiMSS Events are still available. Please contact Rex Eads at rex.eads@comcast.net