Real-World Scheduling, Intakes, and Consults at a Texas Healthcare System

Register for the webinar:

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 5, 2017, 2:00 PM (ET)/11:00 AM (PT)
Sherri Abendroth, DHR Health

We invite you to this webinar discussing how DHR Healthcare digitized real-time clinician communications throughout their hospital network to improve responses to code alerts, consult requests, and co-ordinate behavioral health. Sherri Abendroth, the Safety & Emergency Management Coordinator for DHR Health in Texas, saw the value and stability of the Everbridge platform and expanded its use into clinical communications throughout her healthcare system.

The session will cover:

  • Converting code alerts (Stroke, STEMI, etc..) to 100% digital notification with improved response times
  • Leveraging real-time communication and video consults to co-ordinate behavioral health intakes
  • Avoiding the pitfalls in physician adoption throughout the network through a targeted roll-out process
  • Managing physician on-call schedules and one-click consult requests.

DHR Health is in the process of rolling out Everbridge to all 892 clinicians throughout the hospital network. Sherri will talk about the successes, but also some of the obstacles encountered along the way. This complimentary webinar will discuss the mechanics of clinical comms with lots of takeaways for your facility. We invite you to join us on December 5th, at 2 pm ET / 11 am PT and bring your questions, we expect a lively Q&A from this great speaker.

Sherri Abendroth.jpgSherri Abendroth, CHEP, has more than ten years of experience managing emergency preparedness programs across education and healthcare. She is the current Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance where she oversees the all planning involved with implementing programs that adhere to Joint Commission standards. Previously, she worked in Emergency Communications where she managed communication between residents dialing into 9-1-1 and emergency personnel and first responders.