Catholic Healthcare News – September 2019

Catholic Healthcare News – September 2019
18 September 2019 - 15:07, by , in News, Healthcare Articles, Comments off

Eduardo Conrado is Ascension’s Chief Strategy and Innovations Officer, a Role that ‘Starts and Ends with People’

Eduardo Conrado has nearly a year under his belt as Ascension’s Chief Strategy and Innovations Officer. He has been described by colleagues as results-driven and extensively experienced in launching critical digital innovation programs in commercial and consumer segments. Read Conrado’s interview with Becker’s Hospital Review, where he shares what is behind Ascension’s digital strategy.

How CommonSpirit Health Focuses its Innovation Team to Support its Overall Strategy

CommonSpirit Health Senior Vice President and Chief Strategic Innovation Officer Rich Roth sat down with Becker’s Hospital Review and outlined how the system built its innovation team and how consumerism affects healthcare delivery.

How Asynchronous Telemedicine Saved SSM Health 18 Minutes per Visit

SSM Health recently launched telehealth virtual visit technology as a direct-to-consumer offering. Anyone within the health system’s four-state footprint of Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wisconsin can take advantage of a virtual visit for $25 with no insurance required. As reported in HealthcareITNews, the health system is averaging 600 virtual visits per month with its new telehealth offering, gaining efficiencies for caregivers and boosting patient satisfaction.

How Ascension’s New CEO Joe Impicciche is Ushering in the Next Generation of Leadership

Joseph Impicciche comes to the role of Ascension Health’s president and CEO as the organization restructures its leadership and completes a national rebrand. Becker’s Hospital Review caught up with Mr. Impicciche to discuss the transition and Ascension’s latest work around healthcare issues defining 2019.

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