Healthcare provider organizations are ramping up investments in artificial intelligence, robotics, and other next-generation automation technologies to increase efficiency and improve patient outcomes. This intelligent automation combines the power of automating routine tasks with the ability to gather insights from volumes of healthcare data.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss with experts in healthcare how their organizations are implementing intelligent automation. This includes using 'smart room' technology to make existing EHR systems more flexible and intelligent, building prediction models to better identify high-risk patients and enhance clinical decision support, and streamlining processes to improve patient outcomes.

Featured Speakers

Michael Archuleta

CIO and HIPAA & Information Security Officer
Mt. San Rafael Hospital

Michael Archuleta is the Chief Information Officer and HIPAA & Information Security Officer at Mt. San Rafael Hospital in Trinidad, Colorado. In his current role, Michael oversees all aspects of information technology and has led major organizational transformations. During Michael’s time serving as CIO, he led and designed the first data center while then adding virtualization efforts that reduced costs 56% and improved uptime from 59% to 99% which increased business productivity, operating efficiencies and enhanced services while reducing operating expenses

Tom Pacek

Vice President and CIO
Inspira Health, New Jersey

With more than 38 years of experience, Pacek is responsible for leading the Information Systems function for the network, integrating new technologies to enhance patient experience and quality, developing a public health information exchange and implementing innovative new technologies for providers, patients and community members. Under his leadership, Information Systems has received multiple national recognitions as a “Most Wired” hospital and health system and was named the “Best Hospital IT Department” by Healthcare IT News for three consecutive years.

Arthur W. Harvey III

Vice President and CIO
Boston Medical Center Health System

Arthur W. Harvey III, MS, CPHIMS has 30 years of experience in the healthcare informatics field with a particular focus on building high performing HIT teams at provider organizations.  He currently serves as Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Boston Medical Center Health System overseeing overall IT strategy for both Boston Medical Center and the Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan.  Arthur holds a BA from Boston College in Economics and Computer Science as well as an MS in Information Technology Management from Brandeis University.  He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information Management Systems and serves as the chair of the CIO Council for the New England Chapter of HIMSS.

Fritz Haimberger

Vice President, Global Industry Lead - Healthcare Provider

Fritz Haimberger is a healthcare consulting, sales, and management executive with more than fifteen years of HIT, clinical operations, and revenue cycle experience. Mr. Haimberger has extensive experience focusing on provider solutions both in the U.S. and internationally, including Canada, Ireland, and the UK. Mr. Haimberger holds a B.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and resides with his family in Nashville, Tennessee.


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