Empowering Cardiologists for Enhanced Patient Care
Presented by Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology and GE Healthcare with the Advisory Board Company
May 21, 2012
James Jay, Vice President and Global Manager for Cardiovascular IT and Imaging, GE Healthcare
Diagnostic & Interventional Cardiology Webinar Series
Originally broadcast June 21, 2012
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. ET
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Cardiovascular IT strategy is of critical importance both in helping deliver cost-effective patient services and contributing to optimal patient outcomes. While many procedure volumes are decreasing, demand for better patient outcomes and reduction in readmission rates are increasing.
On June 21, hear from Jake Hartman of the Advisory Board and discover how your fellow cardiologists, administrators, and IT directors are responding to the changing cardiology landscape today with strategic IT solutions like Centricity* Cardio Enterprise, GE Healthcare's new, unified enterprise CVIT solution.
Jake Hartman is a Consultant with the Imaging Performance Partnership of the Advisory Board Company. In this capacity, he is responsible for leading research studies across each year on a variety of topics related to strategic planning, as well as serving as a resource for the membership in understanding health care reform and its implications. He currently supports the partnership on issues relating to growth strategy, health reform, information technology and health system strategic planning. His current research focuses on resource deployment and network strategy for health systems. Hartman has also led research within the Health Care Advisory Board and the Cardiovascular Roundtable in his time at the firm. Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Hartman worked in research at the National Institute of Drug Abuse studying the impact of methamphetamine on neurological development. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biology and philosophy from Duke University.
James Jay is the vice-president and global general manager (GM) for cardiovascular IT and imaging at GE Healthcare. As the GM, he has global oversight for GE Healthcare’s cardiovascular information technology business developing, marketing and servicing enterprise imaging and information systems products for cardiology departments in healthcare providers, spanning invasive and noninvasive care areas. James brings extensive healthcare IT clinical workflow domain expertise in cardiology and radiology to his role.
James holds a MBA in global management from the American InterContinental University and a BS in computer and information science from the University of Oregon.
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