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Dr. Eve Cunningham, an expert in applied technologies and care transformation talks effective approaches to scaling AI systems for optimal value.
Dr. Eve Cunningham discusses Providence's groundbreaking work in healthcare innovation and leading the way in integrating Ambient Intelligence, AI, and LLMs.
According to experts who spoke with mHealthIntelligence, retailers have a competitive edge in this space where other stakeholders have stumbled.
Dr. Eve Cunningham joins Dr. Zeev Neuwirth in a conversation that covers: the role of Digital Health in the current and immediate future of healthcare.
MedPearl is a clinician education and referral platform that is built into its EHR. The program gives primary care providers advice on whether, and where, to send patients for specialty care.
Virtual Care and Digital Health's Chief, Dr. Eve Cunningham has been recognized in Becker's Hospital Review as on of the up-and-comers in the health IT and revenue cycle field.
Providence rolled out three AI capabilities built in-house to address administrative burdens including a platform for physician education and referrals called MedPearl.
Learn how Providence addresses burnout through multiple initiatives designed to promote provider engagement, retention and joy, and some of their positive, measurable outcomes.
Eve Cunningham, MD, discusses the expansion of RPM to improve chronic disease management and how it plans to implement the services without adding to clinician burdens.
Virtual Care and Digital Health provides virtual clinical support to over eight states with 10 enterprise services, including TeleStroke, TelePsychiatry and TeleHospitalist.
Eve Cunningham, CEO of Digital Care and Virtual Health at Providence discusses how the organization leverages telehealth to help with clinician burnout.
Sherene Schlegel, Telehealth Clinical Operations Executive Director shared her experiences in a webinar discussion featuring stories from the front lines of nursing.
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Providence was recognized by Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA) for our commitment to scaling telehealth services throughout the pandemic and providing services to millions of patients.
Sherene Schlegel, Executive Director of Telehealth Clinical Operations spoke at a mHealth Intelligence panel on digital health literacy, in particular, among underserved populations.
Todd Czartoski, MD joined the Becker's "Digital Health + Health IT" podcast to talk about where the health system's virtual care program is headed.
Providence expanded its telehospitalist program to include cross-cover capabilities and daytime coverage at smaller facilities, helping them manage COVID-19-related volume surges during the pandemic.
Seattle's King 5 Local News showcased a patient using Providence Hospital at Home.
Renton, Wash.-based Providence has conducted more than 3 million telehealth visits since March 2020 and is working to expand that service, according to its telehealth annual report.
At MedCity News’ INVEST conference, panelists in a session on patient-centric care talked about the impact of the pandemic.
For many health systems, embracing virtual care services for patients prior to the pandemic's start proved to be a key factor in their systems' quick adaptation to the changing health care environment
Providence officially launched its hospital-at-home program last July at Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, Washington.
The pandemic has been a catalyst for an explosion in telehealth and physicians who oversee virtual care at three Catholic health systems say the platform has proven its value across specialties.
Providence Hospital at Home provides patients the opportunity to receive acute hospital level care in their own homes. Hear from Providence clinicians, executives and patients to learn more.
Providence Telehealth was recognized in an award to St. Elias Hospital in Anchorage Alaska. St. Elias won an innovation award for their TeleICU and TeleHospitalist programs.
Industry Outlook NOW online summit will explore a range of topics on what is next in healthcare. Attendees will learn about value-based care, digitization, staffing challenges, and much more!
Providence had a problem: maintaining access for its patients and needing to find creative ways to expand hospital and clinician capacity through virtual means.
Dr. Todd Czartoski presented at the 2021 Becker's Telehealth Virtual Forum in a panel discussion called: "What Telehealth at Scale Should Look like for Underserved Communities."
Todd Czartoski said now that patients and providers have become comfortable with telehealth, he expects to see more healthcare organizations offering patients virtual visits with their own clinicians.
Hospital executives are planning for how they can sustain telehealth momentum from the COVID-19 pandemic and build the practice into their future care delivery strategies.