Michelle Stansbury, VP of innovation at Houston Methodist, the #1 hospital in Texas for patient care and safety, will share how the hospital reinvented the patient experience for the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond and launched touchless patient registration in just 3 months.

In this webinar, we’ll explore best practices for:

Creating a safe and touchless experience for patients coming in for care

Ensuring the highest degree of security and patient satisfaction 

Expanding the touchless experience to other areas, like HR and legal

Implementing the right innovative solutions for your practice quickly and cost effectively

Using digital technology to reinvent your own patient experience

Featured Speakers

Michelle Stansbury

Vice President of Innovation
Houston Methodist

Michelle Stansbury has been with Houston Methodist since July 1993. During her 25 years at Methodist, she has had many accomplishments. In 2016, Houston Methodist deployed Epic to its main academic medical center and all of its physician practices. Before joining Houston Methodist, Michelle held leadership roles at Compaq Computer Corporation and Amoco Oil. Her most recent passion is in Digital Health Innovation and has been part of the team leading innovation initiatives at Houston Methodist. Michelle earned her Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Phoenix University. She is a member of the following professional organizations: College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, Healthcare Financial Management Association, and the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society

Christina S. Wong

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Regulated Industries

Christina has a diverse background in regulatory affairs and marketing, and she now leads the healthcare and life sciences product marketing vertical at DocuSign. Before DocuSign, Christina began her career in the public sector where she covered healthcare issues for former California State Senator Christina Kehoe. Later, she advocated for improved local government ordinances, which her efforts contributed to the creation of one of the SF Bay Area’s largest East Bay Regional Parks. Christina’s regulatory experience also includes being a product manager at Advanced Sterilization Products, a medical device subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. Additionally, she spent over four years as the 2nd marketing hire at a water focused tech startup that sought to bring big data to water utilities. When she isn't working, Christina goes on long urban walks with her family. Christina has a MBA from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy from UC Berkeley where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.