SeamlessMD CEO Invited to Speak at Epic Conference on EHR-integrated Patient Engagement & Remote Patient Monitoring
September 3, 2021
We are excited to announce that Dr. Joshua Liu, CEO of SeamlessMD, was recently invited to present at Epic’s 2021 App Orchard Conference on how health systems are integrating SeamlessMD with their EHR to deliver FHIR-integrated, patient engagement & remote monitoring technology.
Dr. Liu will share Seamless’ experience implementing patient engagement & remote monitoring technology using Epic interoperability technologies (FHIR, web services, SMART) and will include learnings and outcomes from various hospital partner implementations, including processes, timelines, and proven strategies for implementing with minimal interruptions to workflow. The presentation will also hit on how SeamlessMD leveraged unique Epic functionality such as SmartData Elements and Inbasket messaging.
The App Orchard Conference will be hosted in person from October 6-8 at Epic’s Verona, WI campus and brings together health systems, health IT vendors, and Epic to share, network, and learn. The sessions are focused on sharing real-life success stories, covering best practices, development and deployment strategies, what’s new, and what’s coming.
Will you be attending? Let us know!
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