How healthcare leaders are connecting organizations across regions for better outcomes

Tuesday, May 17th, 2022 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT

Healthcare organizations are increasingly discovering the need for an interconnected system of care that includes local and regional healthcare systems — from EMS to hospital teams and beyond.

The benefits to patient care and clinical coordination are profound, from faster treatment times and reduced costs to streamlined transfers and unified MCI/MPI and disaster management.

But with so many different systems and stakeholders, how does one go about setting up a regional system of care that scales?

How do you engage and get buy-in from a diverse group of stakeholders?

Learn how healthcare leaders from Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Des Moines, Iowa, successfully created interconnected regional systems of care based around Pulsara, a secure, mobile-first telehealth, communication, and logistics platform.

Hear how they successfully brought stakeholders from multiple organizations together, what challenges they faced and how they overcame them, tips and best practices, change management insights and discoveries, and more.


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Kate Leatherby

Regional Vice President - West, Pulsara

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Stein Bronsky, MD

Co-Chief Medical Director, Colorado Springs Fire Department, Co-Chief Medical Director, El Paso County, CO American Medical Response (AMR), and Medical Director, El Paso-Teller County 911 Authority

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Matthew Angelidis, MD

UCHealth ER Physician, Medical Director UCHealth EMS, Co-Medical Director CSFD/AMR, and Co-Medical Director Plains to Peaks RETAC

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Brian Helland

Operations Chief of the Clive, Iowa Fire Department

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David Edgar, MHA, CCP

NAEMT Board of Directors Region III, CAAS Board of Directors, and Assistant Chief of EMS for the City of West Des Moines, Iowa