While healthcare organizations have been under tremendous financial stress during the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent United healthcare survey shows that 56% of healthcare organizations reported accelerating their artificial intelligence (AI) plans. Since the pandemic struck, investment in AI platforms has skyrocketed. In this webinar, we will hear what is driving the current AI investments including cost savings, improved provider, and patient experience, reducing staff burnout and administrative burden.
- Learn how a cutting-edge platform uses AI and RPA to quickly eliminate repetitive operational tasks at scale by using existing administrative processes and applications (i.e. EHR, web-based apps)
- Hear experts discuss how healthcare organizations are investing in AI and automation technologies to cut costs, reduce staff burn-out, create resilience, and enhance the employee and patient experience
Chief Operating Officer
Lance is the founder and CEO of Shift Health, Inc. Prior to that he was the Head of Product at Halda Marketing, the VP of Product Management at Solutionreach, and Director of Product Management at Aetna. He was also the Technical Product Manager at Mendicity, and a Software Engineer.
Lance is a leader known for his ability to transform products and teams into powerful ecosystems that continuously deliver value to the business and customer. He loves to create, build and lead performing products and teams that focus on outcomes, and makes customer empathy a part of team culture. He has a proven track record of working with high growth start-ups and enterprise SaaS companies to launch new products, open new markets, scale teams, and grow revenue. He is a product builder.
He volunteers for the International Association for Business and Society, and holds a degree from Brigham Young University.
Co-Founder, Managing Partner
Austin is a serial entrepreneur, researcher, and sales leader in the health-tech field who is passionate about supporting fellow entrepreneurs, serving patients, and exploring new technologies. He is is the Founder and Managing Partner of Springtides Ventures, which invests in startups solving important problems in healthcare using powerful data science and software technology. He is also the co-founder of Edilytics, building precision algorithms for analyzing genome editing experimental data. He has been an investor at multiple companies, Intellihealth, Tula Health, Tava Health, Wellsheet, PathologyWatch, Sendaride, Medpilot, Osmosis - Knowledge Diffusion, Medumo, and Superconductive Health. He wrote for Globalhealth.care and served as the Commercial Director for Echonous. He holds a BA in International Relations from Brigham Young and MBA from Harvard University.
Director of Revenue Cycle
Southwest Spine and Pain
Patty Jones is the Director of Revenue Cycle at Southwest Spine and Pain, where she leads a talented team of professionals who manage claims billing and follow-up, financial clearance, contracting, credentialing and cash posting functions.
Patty joined Southwest Spine and Pain in April, 2020. She holds dual bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Business Management from California State University Long Beach and LeTourneau University in Longview, TX and has a background in Finance.
She has served as a Controller and Director of Finance across multiple industries and transitioned to healthcare Revenue Cycle in 2009 and has since held leadership positions with large health systems including; Group Health Cooperative in Seattle, Peace Health in Oregon, Washington and Alaska, Baylor College of Medicine and Houston Methodist in Texas.
Valley Women's Health
Adam Rasmussen is the CEO of Valley Women’s Health. Prior to that, he was the Standards Committee Chair and Board Member at the Utah Health Information Network, the Director of Treasury and Finance at Unicity International. He also served as a partner at Granite Capital Partners and as a financial analyst. Adam graduated from Brigham University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, and went on to hold two MBA’s from Duke University, one in Health Sector Management and the other in Finance.
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