Best practices for real-world clinical communication three clinicians share their perspective

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Effective and secure internal communication is critical in caring for patients. As health care organizations move to pay-for-performance models, they need to enable providers to communicate efficiently and securely across the entire continuum of care.

A recent study from the Ponemon Institute found that, on average, providers waste 45 minutes per day on outdated technologies like pagers. The study also found that over 80 percent of the providers surveyed admitted to communicating with colleagues insecurely from their personal devices.

Join this webinar to hear directly from three practicing acute care clinicians on how to create an effective and secure communication plan that boosts improved patient care, reduces unnecessary readmissions and allows for increased and earned reimbursements. 

Attendees Will Learn:

  • To improve patient safety and satisfaction by enabling collaborative team-based communication across a patient’s entire care team
  • To speed patient discharge by enabling providers to easily communicate about the patient’s status, orders and follow-up care directly from their smartphone, tablet or workstation
  • To reduce unnecessary readmissions by alerting a primary care physician that his or her patient has been sent to the emergency department

Please click here to register.


Sean P. Kelly, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Imprivata
Faculty of the American College of Emergency Physicians and attending physician, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School 

Christopher McKay, RN
Director of Nursing & Clinical Workflow Specialist

Claire Reilly, RN
Clinical Informaticist, Clinical Workflow Specialist