Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) December 1, 2005
Patient Placement Systems (PPS) and StatCom of Alpharetta, Ga., invite Alabama hospital executives and managers to a complimentary “lunch and learn” symposium at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Birmingham on Wednesday, December 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Several Alabama healthcare industry professionals will join PPS and StatCom representatives in discussing their experience with utilizing Web-based technology to improve hospital discharge planning.
- Toni Uffinger, social work coordinator at Baptist Princeton Medical Center in Birmingham
- Ben Sawyer, former director of performance and process improvement at St. Mary’s Healthcare System (now vice president, client solutions for StatCom)
- Rhonda Nichols, president and founder of the national healthcare advisory firm Innovative Healthcare Consulting, Inc.
- Laura Bucciarelli, senior clinical director for Beverly Healthcare in the Alabama market.
Register online at http://www.patientplacement.com/events or by calling (770) 643-5782.
Patient Placement Systems digitally connects all parties involved in referring and transferring patients from one facility to another through the PPS Network. The PPS Network improves information flow and communication so each party involved in patient transfer has the information they need, when they need it. PPS is a part of the Jackson Healthcare Solutions family of companies. For more information about PPS, visit http://www.patientplacement.com.
A web-based software application, StatCom creates a common infrastructure across the healthcare system for instant communication, patient and resource tracking, and automated work flow. StatCom is an unobtrusive, enterprise catalyst for improved patient flow. StatCom is part of the Jackson Healthcare Solutions family of companies, named to Inc. magazine’s 23rd annual Inc. 500 ranking of the fastest growing U.S. private companies in 2004. For more information, visit http://www.statcom.com.
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