Tuesday, March 27, 2012
1:00 pm EST
Avaya and Penn Medicine invite you to a learning webinar event. Penn Medicine chose Avaya communications-enabled solutions providing mobility and network readiness to support clinical staff to enhance care coordination, mobile information delivery and improve workflow. As the delivery of healthcare changes, University of Pennsylvania Health System is leveraging mobile communications technology to improve clinical communications. Integrating mobile communications with traditional telephony capabilities allows for more agile and responsive communications across the Health System.
Distinguished speaker and leader in healthcare, John P. Donohue, Associate CIO of UPHS, speaks about the diverse needs met through the strategy being executed at UPHS, a large Philadelphia-based health provider. Avaya Solutions speaker will be Ed Koehler, Network Readiness and Mobility Solutions Expert.
Avaya is the leader in business communications and collaboration solutions for healthcare and offers key strategies and insights in this strategic case study webinar. Come join us and help your hospital or health system organization improve the clinical staff and patient experience!
- Sanjeev Gupta, Director of Healthcare Vertical Solutions
- John P. Donohue, Associate CIO of Technology and Infrastructure, Penn Medicine - University of Pennsylvania Health System
- Perry Heliger, Avaya Solutions Expert in Network Readiness and Mobility
- Joyce Landis, Avaya Solutions Expert in Network Readiness and Mobility
Complimentary! There is no cost to attend this webinar.
Each webinar lasts at least 60 minutes and includes a Q&A session with the presenter. Each registration includes one web connection per registrant.
All registrants will receive an expert action plan overview on BYOD Mobility and Network Readiness Solutions for Healthcare from Avaya. Come and discuss with Penn Medicine and the Avaya Healthcare Solutions team how you can take advantage of this example for your organization in a live webinar!
CPHIMS, This activity qualifies for 1.0 contact hour toward recertification of the CPHIMS credential.