Experience Innovation Network Announces 2014 Fall CXO Roundtable
Physicians, Healthcare Leaders Share Innovative Solutions to Drive Peak Performance
SAN JOSE, Calif. - November 3, 2014 - Vocera Communications, Inc. (NYSE: VCRA), the leading provider of integrated, intelligent communication solutions for mission-critical mobile environments, today announced that the Company's healthcare research collaborative, the Experience Innovation Network, will convene its seventh semi-annual Chief Experience Officer (CXO) Roundtable Nov. 4-5, 2014 in San Francisco with a special innovators showcase on opening day to be held at the Google Glass SF Basecamp.
This two day invitation-only event, titled, "Driving Employee and Physician Peak Performance," will be co-hosted by Bridget Duffy, MD, chief medical officer of Vocera, and Arnold Milstein, MD, MPH, professor of medicine and director of the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC).
Featured keynotes include Tony Schwartz, president, founder and CEO of The Energy Project; David Feinberg, MD, MBA, CEO of UCLA Health; Ronald Paulus, MD, president and CEO of Mission Health; Penny Wheeler, MD, president and chief clinical officer at Allina Health System; and Valerie Ulstad, MD, founder and CEO of Partners at Cascade Bluff.
"This event and the work of the Experience Innovation Network are focused on the quadruple aim, which is to restore joy to the practice of medicine while making improvements in population health, experience of care, and per capital cost of healthcare," Dr. Duffy said.
The CXO Roundtable will also spotlight healthcare mavericks Mickey Foster, president of Moses Cone Hospital, and Vic Buzachero, senior vice president for innovation, human resources and performance management at Scripps Health, who have implemented innovative solutions to engage and empower staff and physicians to enable peak performance.
The 2015 Spring CXO Roundtable is set for May 6-7 in San Francisco. For more information about these semi-annual events or other programs hosted by the Experience Innovation Network, email EIN@vocera.com or call 415.364.6100.
About the Experience Innovation Network
The Experience Innovation Network supported by Vocera and the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center fosters partnerships across organizations to revolutionize healthcare experience and outcomes. Co-founded by Bridget Duffy, MD, the first Chief Experience Officer in the nation, this network of healthcare pioneers is accelerating the discovery and adoption of innovations that restore the human connection in healthcare and in addition improve clinical outcomes, increase patient and staff satisfaction, build physician loyalty, and drive market differentiation.
Vocera empowers integrated, intelligent communication in healthcare, hospitality, energy and other mission-critical mobile environments. Widely recognized for developing smarter ways to instantly communicate and collaborate, Vocera offers a comprehensive portfolio of solutions that improve efficiency throughout organizations. The Vocera Communication System is installed in more than 1,200 organizations worldwide. The Vocera portfolio improves workflow, quality, safety and outcomes while elevating the customer and patient experience. In addition to providing innovative technology, Vocera drives thought leadership and new standards to improve patient experience via its research collaborative, the Experience Innovation Network. Vocera is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in San Francisco, Tennessee, Canada, India, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.vocera.com and @VoceraComm on Twitter.
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