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Developer Challenge: Reimagining Care Delivery

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Join Allscripts, Microsoft and ARC Innovation Center at Sheba Medical Center as they look for innovative startups reimagining care delivery.

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2020 marks 200 years since the trailblazing social reformer and nurse Florence Nightingale was born. In honor of the mark she left on healthcare, the World Health Organization has named this year the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

With her legacy in mind, MATTER, Allscripts, Microsoft and the ARC Innovation Center at Sheba Medical Center are hosting a challenge calling for startups to reimagine care delivery. At this virtual pitch competition, startups will share their solutions that address the following question:

How might we use technology and innovative solutions to create the EHR of the future to reduce the burden on nurses?

Following each presentation, the startups will engage in Q&A with a panel of leaders from the sponsoring organizations. The panel will determine one winner of each track, to be announced at the end of the event.

PRIZES:

  • Waived Allscripts Developer Program partner fees for the first year
  • Once partnership is approved and app is certified by Allscripts, the winners may elect to be featured as Allscripts' App of the Month, with Allscripts promoting a webinar hosted by your organization to their clients and staff, with the opportunity to be featured on the Allscripts blog and in a press release
  • Two Microsoft Surface Go tablets
  • Opportunity to pitch your solution to experts from ARC Innovation Center at Sheba Medical Center’s network, such as Mayo Clinic, Mount Sinai, Ottawa General Hospital and Henry Ford
  • Free year of the Allscripts-ARC Innovation Center at Sheba Medical Center's private sandbox, which enables the testing of solutions in a demo lab environment that is well-suited to support the iteration and refinement process of software development

Prize package is a combined value of $7,000+.

MEET OUR EXPERT JUDGING PANEL:

PAUL MINTON, RN, CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER, ALLSCRIPTS

Paul Minton is Allscripts vice president and chief product officer and as a clinical expert, directs product management for Sunrise and Paragon. He joined Allscripts in 2006 and has significant experience in health informatics, including designing, implementing and supporting electronic health record (EHR) systems. In addition to his role at Allscripts, Paul has more than 26 years of experience working as a staff nurse in the emergency department, critical care unit and medical-surgical department. He is a certified trainer for PALS, ACLS and BTLS and has Advanced Database and .Net programming experience. Paul holds critical care certification from the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, and a degree in nursing from St. Philip’s College (San Antonio, Texas, US).

JENNA DATE, CHIEF EXPERIENCE OFFICER, ALLSCRIPTS

Jenna is Allscripts’s vice president chief experience officer. As an independent design strategist, she helps industry leaders design innovative futures for their customers and organizations with a deep focus in the human experience. Jenna’s 20+ years in the design community has given her a breadth of experience in product, organizational and service design. She specializes in human-centered design and product strategy. Jenna has collaborated with global companies and local non-profits like, Allscripts, Eaton Corp, Innovative Systems, Inc., UPMC, Philips/Respironics, BossaNova Robotics and GE Healthcare just to name a few.

In addition to consulting, Jenna directed the masters in human-computer interaction (HCII) at Carnegie Mellon University, and held an associate professor role teaching a series of capstone courses with corporate and non-profit sponsors. She’s worked with partners such as Panasonic, Expedia, Bank of America, GE Healthcare, 3M and NASA among others.

Prior to Carnegie Mellon, Jenna worked for Siemens Healthcare, MAYA VIZ and co-founded a boutique design firm, Fit Associates, LLC.

KATHLEEN MCGROW, DNP, MS, RN, PMP, CHIEF NURSING INFORMATION OFFICER, MICROSOFT

Kathleen McGrow serves as chief nursing information officer for the Microsoft Health and Life Science Industry team. In this role, Dr. McGrow advises organizations on how the innovative use of technology can support their digital transformation imperatives of consumer engagement, provider enablement, analytics for population health and cognitive computing to support a learning health system. Her expertise in data, analytics and artificial intelligence is used to educate organizations on how to enhance clinical, operational and financial performance, maximize capacity and patient experience, and transform to new care models and paradigms. Dr. McGrow has led, planned and directed programs and strategic initiatives for organizations including implementation of an evidence framework for best practices. This framework was used to identify customer pain points and targeted outcomes and used during engagements to assist the customer in developing success plans including quantifiable targeted outcomes such as return on investment and cost aversion. Her clinical background spans many years, with the majority of that time spent in trauma and critical care settings. She has worked at some of the premier medical centers in the United States, including Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Dr. McGrow is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a doctorate in nursing practice focused on executive leadership and evidence based practice.

PAUL READ, RN, MSN, CHIEF NURSING EXECUTIVE, SPRINGHILL MEDICAL CENTER

Paul Read is chief nursing executive and vice president at Springhill Medical Center, where he has been since graduating from the University of Mobile School of Nursing in 1998.

His employment at Springhill began in 1990 as a unit secretary in the intensive care unit. He began his staff nursing career at Springhill in the intensive care unit in 1998. In 2000, he became the nurse manager of ICU and PACU. He was credited with creating a more family oriented environment for employees, which was evident by the quality care patients received.

In 2002, he was asked to serve as the chief nursing executive for Springhill, and he was charged with promoting nursing and improving quality of care hospital-wide. Mr. Read achieved this by serving as an example for all nurse managers. He “rolled up his sleeves” and pitched in whenever necessary. His actions demonstrated that outstanding nursing care starts at the top. He earned his Master of Science in Nursing Administration at the University of Mobile in 2005.

LITAL SHNAIDERMAN, DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, ARC INNOVATION CENTER AT SHEBA MEDICAL CENTER

In 2019, Lital Shnaiderman joined Sheba to lead all strategic partnerships and to grow ARC's network of industry partners, leading medical centers, academia, government and startups. Lital holds a BSc in information systems engineering and an MBA in technology and innovation, degrees which provide her with a unique mix of technical, business and innovation management skills.

Prior to Sheba, she worked in a key role focused on improving healthcare analytics at UNC Healthcare and in the banking and telecom industries, where she gained 10 years of experience in leveraging data and redesigning digital services. More recently, she led the digital health program in the Center for Digital Innovation, a leading accelerator in Israel. There, she managed a portfolio of 30 startups and created partnerships with the healthcare industry and providers in Israel and the U.S.

Her 15 years of experience working in large corporations as well as with startup companies in Israel and her time in the US provides Lital with vast experience in healthcare and a strong passion to redesign it through a digital revolution.

FEATURING A PRESENTATION FROM DR. MICHAEL OPPENHEIM, VP & CHIEF MEDICAL INFORMATION OFFICER, NORTHWELL HEALTH

Michael Oppenheim, MD is vice president and chief medical information officer at the Northwell Health in New York. Dr. Oppenheim received his undergraduate degree from Yeshiva College, and his MD degree from the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Oppenheim completed residency in internal medicine at The New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center and fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Montefiore Medical Center – Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Michael is responsible for overseeing the clinical aspects of information technology deployment and optimization as well as aligning health information technology efforts with health system strategic clinical initiatives and priorities, including interoperability, clinical analytics / artificial intelligence / machine learning and technology innovation to support clinical excellence and population health. Dr. Oppenheim was recently inducted as one of the inaugural Fellows of the American Medical Informatics Association. He continues to practice infectious diseases at North Shore University Hospital at Manhasset.

Allscripts is a proud supporter of Nurse Heroes — learn more about a special event taking place on November 26 at 6pm ET.

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