From Bed Management to Workflow Management
By: Chuck Webster, November 4, 2015
What kind of conference do I enjoy most? Apparently, a TeleTracking 2015 Client Conference, which I attended last week in Nevada. As a premed-accounting major (only one I’ve ever heard of), TeleTracking was full of customer success stories about reduced costs and increased revenues. With an MS in Industrial Engineering, TeleTracking was full of IE concepts (cycle time, throughput, capacity management, and utilization rates). Plus an MS in Intelligent Systems (medical informatics), TeleTracking was full of health IT, interoperability, and care transition technology.
Michael Zamagias, TeleTracking’s Chairman and CEO, welcomed attendees on day two of TeleTracking’s 13th Annual Client Conference,. Zamagias recognized those in attendance as leaders and expressed the organization’s understanding of the frustration and fatigue that caregivers deal with and the desire to be more productive. “What you do is not just a career – it’s a calling, And because of your commitment, TeleTracking is inspired to listen, learn and continue to lead.”
The keynote speaker for day two was Bill Strickland – community leader, author, and President & CEO of the non-profit Manchester Bidwell Corporation based in Pittsburgh, PA. Strickland used his own inspiring story of creating a state-of-the-art job training school – and impacting thousands of lives – on how to make the impossible possible. he emphasized that it’s about helping others and doing the right thing.
With a record breaking number of clients in attendance, the 13th Annual TeleTracking Client Conference – #TeleCon15 – opened on Monday, October 26th at the picturesque Westin Lake Las Vegas, Henderson, NV.
Michael Gallup, TeleTracking’s President, kicked off the morning’s general session recognizing the great work of the clients in attendance, and reiterated TeleTracking’s commitment to execute upon its expansive vision of getting patients to the right level of care the first time.