Webinars & Events

Join us at an upcoming SeamlessMD event to keep up to date on emerging digital patient engagement best practices and the latest trending topics in health care. Presented by leading digital health leaders, forward-thinking physicians and healthcare professionals, our webinars deliver insights designed to address optimizing the patient experience, reducing high costs services such as readmissions, length of stay and ED visits. Our team is excited to get back to participating in industry events and welcome the opportunity to meet up with you. Find us at the following events or register for one of our upcoming webinars.

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Product Talk: Improve your ERAS outcomes with Digital Care Journeys

With ongoing staff shortages, widespread burnout, and time-consuming manual patient education, health systems are struggling to scale their ERAS efforts and relieve the pressure on clinical staff To see how your organization can save time, money, and gain the full benefits of your ERAS program with Digital Care Journeys, join our upcoming 30-minute webinar on Wednesday, December 7.
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University Hospitals Use Digital Care Journeys to Enhance Recovery After Cardiac Surgery

Hear from Dr. Marc Pelletier, Chief of Cardiac Surgery, University Hospitals to learn how University Hospitals is using Digital Care Journeys for Cardiac Surgery to support their enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) strategy and improve patient outcomes. Earlier this year, University Hospitals received a Patient Engagement Best Practice award from the Ohio Patient Safety Institute in recognition of their ERAS Program and their focus on creating shorter hospital stays, less use of opioids, fewer post-surgical infections, and lower costs for patients.
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Digital Care Journeys: The New Trend in Patient Engagement

Learn how leading health systems have realized that digital care journeys are key to optimizing the patient experience and reducing high-cost services, such as length of stay, readmissions, and ED visits.
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How Atrium Health and UAB Medicine Use Digital Care Journeys to Improve Quality & Patient Safety

As the healthcare industry undergoes transformation, technology has become an integral part of how healthcare providers engage with patients pre, during, and post hospitalization. The right technology can assist with increasing efficiencies, empowering patients, reducing costs, and improving quality and patient safety. Technology such as digital care journeys can improve medication safety, automate delivery of evidence-based education (e.g. ERAS) and enable standardized, high reliability care. Hear how Misty Eller, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Department of Surgery, Atrium Health, and Dr. Daniel Chu, Vice Chair of Health Services Research, UAB Medicine, are leveraging EHR-integrated digital care journeys to improve patient safety.
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How MultiCare Health System Delivers Digital Care Journeys to Optimize the Patient Experience

Hear MultiCare Health System’s Ben Chao, President of CareConnect and Paige McCall, Vice President of System Service Lines, discuss how deploying an outcomes-based digital patient engagement platform enables them to engage, monitor, and stay connected with patients across healthcare journeys, standardize care and create a consistent patient experience across regions. The discussion will also cover how the platform self-guides patients through their personalized care journey and how care teams have access to real-time dashboards to remotely monitor patients progress, get alerted to patients at-risk and leverage population level insights to improve care.
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Orthopedic Digital Care Journeys: Virtually Guiding Patients Pre & Post Surgery while Collecting Patient-Reported Outcomes

Hear how Dr. Friedrich Boettner, an orthopedic surgeon and specialist at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), recognized the shift to value-based care and identified several areas of improvement that could be solved using a digital patient engagement platform. Specifically, the need for more comprehensive patient education, remote patient monitoring, and more effective methods for collecting Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) than traditional paper-based surveys.
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Reduce Backlog & ED Visits with Surgical Remote Monitoring

Implementing a successful Surgical Remote Monitoring program can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. In this webinar, you will hear from Caroline Fanti, Director, Regional Surgical Services, TBRHSC, Skylar Christian and Stephanie Vincent, NPs for Remote Patient Monitoring at TBRHSC, as well as Erin McDonald, Regional Surgical Services Clerk at TBRHSC on how Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre complimented their existing workflows to implement Digital Care Journeys–increasing same-day discharge and reducing ED visits and readmissions in the process.
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Product Talk: How SeamlessMD Integrates with Epic, Cerner, and Meditech

This 40-minute webinar highlights how SeamlessMD, a digital patient engagement platform that guides patients through episodes of care pre and post-surgery, partners with Epic, Cerner and Meditech to deliver an integrated digital patient experience. Learn how hospitals and health systems such as UAB, Multicare, and Atrium Health integrates SeamlessMD with your EHR using any standard integration interface including HL7, FHIR, SMART on FHIR and Oauth2. Formally tested and approved, SeamlessMD has direct, turn-key FHIR integrations as an approved vendor with Epic App Orchard and Cerner CODE.
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Product Talk: How Patients Access SeamlessMD Digital Care Journeys

This 30-minute webinar will highlight how SeamlessMD, a digital patient engagement platform used by leading hospitals and health systems to engage, monitor and stay connected with patients through surgery, oncology, maternity and medical episodes of care - leading to improved outcomes and lower costs. Dr. Joshua Liu, CEO, SeamlessMD will demonstrate how patients can access personalized digital care plans on their smartphones, tablets or computers and are guided through their health conditions or treatments via reminders, education and progress tracking. And how providers receive alerts, monitor patients and access analytics to deliver better care.