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Dr. Airan-Javia, also a hospitalist at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, will be giving two presentations during the conference. The first will be on Wednesday, February 13 at 4 p.m., titled “If You Build It, Build It Well: User-Centered Design and Agile Development Provides User Delight” (Room W307A). The TrekIT Health executive will highlight how better designed, clinician-focused technology leads to improved provider wellbeing, happier clinicians and increased efficiency.
A second presentation, with fellow hospitalist and Associate CMIO at Penn Medicine, Neha Patel, MD, will present the processes – both operational To consider when developing and implementing new technology in the healthcare setting. The session, which will take place on Thursday, February 14 between 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. in room W315A, is titled “To Buy or to Build: How to Get Your Project Off the Ground”. The speakers will weigh the pros and cons of building a tech tool from scratch, or budgeting for a vendor and what barriers exist to inevitably deploying these solutions.
The HIMSS Annual Conference Education Committee selected over 300 educational sessions on the conference program. Proposals under review by the ACEC have gone through a peer-review selection process for enhanced efficiency and quality in selection of the educational offerings at the conference. This committee, comprised of HIMSS volunteers, reviews and selects all presentations with those representing an organization or non-commercial interest
given preference, a guideline followed to achieve continuing medical education or CME requirements.
“We debated this topic for years before finally rolling up our sleeves and developing Carelign” said Airan Javia, MD. “The product struck a chord and immediately had an impact on the way we provide real-time information about patients to front-line clinicians as well as the tools they use to plan, track and manage their treatment. This discussion is about that timeline – from conception, to development, through implementation and present day. The product’s success is largely attributed to the clinical community’s ownership and endorsement.”
In addition, TrekIT Health will exhibit as part of the Personal Health Experience, and can be found at Booth #888-98.
About TrekIT Health
TrekIT was formed to create a commercial software platform for both large institutional health systems and individual clinicians looking for a better way to manage their workflow based on the Carelign technology platform developed by Penn Medicine. Product design was born out of a necessity to improve clinician experience, present data in a way that reduces cognitive overload, and to improve the handoff process, while simultaneously reducing medical errors and making the EHR more user friendly. After recognizing the need for such software at other institutions, TrekIT Health was formed to bring the platform to a wider market. Focused on creating technology that makes clinicians more efficient and happy, TrekIT Health is currently raising its seed round of funding to scale the business model.