Health Data Management has partnered with KLAS Research to facilitate a complimentary, virtual, evidence-based learning series: The HDM KLASroom.
The HDM KLASroom series is an ongoing education program leveraging the industry reach of HDM and the evidence-based content of KLAS Research to educate healthcare leadership and their teams around the latest technological, process, and cultural trends in healthcare.
Pilot Series Begins Streaming on October 27
The first installment of The HDM KLASroom, Traversing the Patient Experience Ecosystem, focuses on defining the current state of patient engagement, identifying the principles of success needed for improvement, and showcasing the people, processes and technologies currently delivering positive results.
Guided by the deep insights of KLAS Research and teachable experiences from successful program leaders, this four-week virtual learning program provides a framework for attendees to understand, identify, implement, and apply processes and technologies to enhance their current efforts or develop new initiative for improving patient experiences within their own organizations.
A new episode will live stream each Wednesday beginning October 27 with the series finale scheduled for November 17. Pre-register today to save your virtual seat.
About Each Episode
Each episode of "Traversing the Patient Experience Ecosystem" streams live at 11:00 AM ET on Wednesdays beginning October 27.
Ep. 1 - Access, Equity, Outcomes: Misaligned Imperatives | October 27
Ep. 2 - The Technology – Moving Beyond Patient Portals | November 3
Episode 2 takes a deeper dive into the research and experiences that identify what patients really want, and work to answer the following questions:
Ep. 3 - The Process - Changing Workflows and Meeting Patients Where They Are | November 10
Ep. 4 - The People - Pioneers in Consumer Engagement | November 17
Speaker Line-Up for Traversing the Patient Experience Ecosystem
The series features speakers from the following organizations. Learn more.
The HDM KLASroom is made possible by generous contributions from:
Interested in participating in the series as a faculty member or sponsor? Contact us.