Experience Innovation Network Announces 2014 Spring CXO Roundtable
Diverse Group of Visionaries will Share Innovations to Improve and Humanize Healthcare
SAN JOSE, Calif. - April 24, 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 thought leadership and research collaborative, the Experience Innovation Network, will convene its sixth semi-annual Chief Experience Officer (CXO) Roundtable from April 30-May 1, 2014 at The Sir Francis Drake Hotel in San Francisco, Calif. This two day invitation-only event, titled, "Clinical Innovations in Experience," will assemble visionary medical providers, digital health entrepreneurs and patients from across the country and Canada who are disrupting the status quo to improve the human experience of care.
The CXO Roundtable 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 Michael Roizen, MD, chief wellness officer at the Cleveland Clinic Health System and award-winning author of the YOU series of books co-authored with Dr. Mehmet Oz; Amir Rubin, president and chief executive officer at Stanford Hospital and Clinics with a proven track record of driving innovations in patient experience; and Linda Avey, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Curious, Inc., a data discovery platform helping individuals answer questions about their wellbeing through personal data aggregation and discovery. Avey also co-founded 23andMe, a leading personal genetics company.
"It is a privilege to be part of an organization whose mission is to define for the nation the standards of an optimal patient and staff experience. Our partnership with Stanford's Clinical Excellence Research Center will enable this network of CXOs to go faster to put science behind these innovations so they may become the new standards of care," Dr. Duffy said.
The CXO Roundtable will also spotlight and honor thought leaders who will share personal and professional experiences that have inspired them to develop innovations that are transforming care delivery. Hollye Jacobs, RN, a breast cancer survivor, award-winning blogger and bestselling author will participate in the CXO Roundtable Maverick Panel. Jacobs started The Silver Pen blog to discuss her journey with breast cancer and recently published the New York Times bestselling book, The Silver Lining. A pediatric and adult palliative care nurse and social worker, Jacobs takes a holistic approach to writing about breast cancer with style, a sense of humor and silver linings.
The 2014 Fall CXO Roundtable is set for November 4-5 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. Vocera is widely recognized for developing smarter ways to communicate that improve patient and customer satisfaction with the Vocera Communication and Care Experience solutions. Vocera provides technology innovations and thought leadership that humanize healthcare for patients, families and care teams and improve customer experience in more than 1,200 organizations worldwide. Vocera is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in San Francisco, Tennessee, Canada, Singapore, India and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.vocera.com and @VoceraCom on Twitter.
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