CLEVELAND, October 5, 2020 – Axuall, University Hospitals, MetroHealth System, and Hyr Medical will present the phase 2 results of the digital credential pilots at NAMSS 2020 Conference from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Thursday, October 8, 2020 during the Lightning Learning Presentations. During the presentation, Charlie Lougheed, Trish Gallagher, Janna Kennedy, and Dr. Faris El-Khider will cover four areas. The first explores healthcare trends that drive the need for medical staff to address the increasing demand for speed and efficiency during the onboarding process. The group will describe some new technologies, including digital credentials, issuer signatures, and blockchain, and discuss how this fits into workflows and bylaws. Janna, Trish, and Dr. El-Khider will share what each of their organizations learned during their pilots. And finally, the group will discuss what is in store for the future for this technology.
Janna Kennedy is the Director of Medical Staff Services, Credentialing, and Provider Enrollment for University Hospitals. University Hospitals is an integrated network of 18 hospitals, 40 outpatient health centers, and 200 physician offices throughout northern Ohio.
Trish Gallagher is the Director of Professional Affairs at The MetroHealth System, where she oversees all aspects of credentialing, GME, and Provider enrollment. MetroHealth is a nationally ranked non-profit public health care system in Cuyahoga County with four hospitals, 20 health centers, and a network of over 1,200 physicians and advanced practice providers. Dr. Faris El-Khider is the co-Founder & Chief Clinical Officer of Hyr Medical, a network of over 800 physicians bringing the gig economy to healthcare. To learn more about the NAMSS, the NAMSS 44th Educational Virtual Conference, please click here.
About Axuall, Inc.
Formed in 2018, Axuall, Inc. addresses the national imperative to improve access to quality healthcare by helping to eliminate unnecessary inefficiencies in workforce deployment. Axuall is a national digital network that enables clinicians, healthcare systems, and primary source institutions to share and manage authenticated credentials in real-time. With this, we empower health systems to accelerate the time-to-deployment of qualified healthcare professionals, while at the same time reducing physician burnout.