If you are looking for clear and precise strategies on how to grow an ambulatory practice with no added labor, this webinar is for you. You will learn how MIMIT Health, a multi-specialty Chicagoland medical group, applied the tech-forward, customer-centric principles of Amazon to grow 40% while achieving the ultimate experience for patients, providers and staff.

You will get answers to the following:

  • What combination of systems beyond the EHR are needed for the “Amazonification of care?”
  • What does it mean to be truly patient centric, and what difference does this make?
  • How does digital transformation allow you to succeed in being “better, faster, cheaper?”
  • What is an AI assistant and how does it alleviate documentation burdens?
  • How can you create connected and collaborative patient relationships for life?

Featured Speakers

Paramjit “Romi” Chopra

Founder and CEO
MIMIT Health

Dr. Paramjit “Romi” Chopra is founder and CEO of MIMIT Health, a multi-specialty physician group with seven clinic locations in the Chicagoland area. He is a board-certified interventional radiologist specializing minimally-invasive therapies for peripheral artery disease, uterine fibroid disease, venous disease and musculoskeletal disease. Chopra is a recipient of the U.S. Congressional Medal for Outstanding Contributions and Excellence in Patient Care and Teaching.

Graham Hughes

President and Chief Medical Officer
Saykara

Dr. Graham Hughes is President and Chief Medical Officer of Saykara, a healthcare technology company using artificial intelligence to automate provider documentation and alleviate administrative burdens. He has more than 25 years’ experience defining and delivering innovative healthcare technology solutions. Prior to Saykara, Hughes was CEO of Sutherland Healthcare Solutions, and earlier in his career, he held senior executive roles at IDX, GE Healthcare and SAS.

Ryan Plasch

VP Growth
Saykara

Ryan Plasch is VP Growth of Saykara, a healthcare technology company using artificial intelligence to automate provider documentation and alleviate administrative burdens. He has been a health information technology sales and business development executive for 25 years. Prior to Saykara, Plasch spent 10 years with Medstreaming, and earlier in his career, he was with Philips, Zonare Medical Systems (now Mindray Medical) and Eastman Kodak Health Imaging.



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