National User Conference 2014
iPatientCare Inc.’s annual National User Conference (NUCON) 2014 ended with a great fanfare and incredible anticipation among the attendees! Since iPatientCare has proven itself as a thought leader within the Healthcare IT sector. NUCON takes an initiative in further fortifying its headship position in determining tendencies and providing education on topical events. We are grateful to our attendees, speakers, and exhibitor/sponsors for making the event a huge success like every year! We look forward for the same support in our upcoming NUCONs and VUCONs.
“This year’s User Conference focused on demands of changing healthcare environment, it has upgraded its services to bring forth ONC Meaningful Use Stage 2 (2014 Edition) Certified and ICD-10 Ready EHR. iPatientCare has evolved its product suite in terms of the practice management, patient portal, iPhone and iPad based clinical solutions, PRQS Registry and demonstration of the complete Revenue Cycle Management services.
NUCON 2014 Highlights
Constantly for the fifth year in a row, iPatientCare’s National User Conference was a full house by Physicians, nurses, Practice managers, billers, office managers and other practice staff from all over the country to learn about the latest developments with iPatientCare’s Electronic Health Record (EHR), Practice Management System (PMS), Revenue Cycle Management (RCM), PQRS Registry, iPatientCare R2015, iPatientCare Check-In Kiosk and the mobile point of care solutions (mHealth). This year, iPatientCare launched its wearable technologies like enhanced Google Glass integrated with iPatientCare EHR and iWatch too. Attendees were also able to meet wide range of Exhibitors whose products and services provided valuable addendums to iPatientCare system. The conference was designed to offer a deep dive into their respective topics.
The conference kicked off with a Keynote address by Udayan Mandavia, President and CEO of iPatientCare. He started off the session by highlighting NUCON 2014 as an event and throwing some light on current trending and future government healthcare IT initiatives, including Meaningful Use Stage 2, ICD-10 Ready and the challenges faced by healthcare providers. Not only the challenges, this year in the keynote session Udayan highlighted very well about the ‘Trust’ factor, which iPatientCare users have on the company and how it impacts the entire workflow of iPatientCare. Both, Udayan and Kedar Mehta, CTO of iPatientCare introduced about the iPatientCare R2015 and how it will be taken care to make work of practices easy. During the keynote he also shared his vision to bring together the iPatientCare channel partners, end users, certified professionals, business partners of iPatientCare for attending educational sessions, attend the exhibition and have some fun together as group.
Coffee with CTO/STO(One-On-One Session)
The opening session was followed by a wide range of classes available to all attendees. This year NUCON attendees were offered FREE one-on-one meetings with the iPatientCare’s Chief Technology Officer and Senior Technology Officers, supported by engineering and application specialist teams. Participants took full advantage of their opportunities to meet one-on-one at “Coffee with CTO/STO” session with iPatientCare’s, CTO Kedar Mehta and the STO’s Shripal Shah, Vipul Patel and Arnaz Bharucha. Due to limited availability of seats the sessions were assigned on first come first serve basis. The lucky ones took full advantage of this session.
Interactive Breakout Sessions
The separate breakout sessions were designed to target three unique audiences – physicians, other clinical support staff, and office managers. The numerous sessions accommodated sessions on Electronic Health Record, Practice Management System, Patient Portal, mHealth, Revenue Cycle Management, Privacy and Security of Data – Attendees at the National User Conference found valuable information and suggestions for using iPatientCare more effectively in their practices.
iPatientCare EHR and PMS has set a scale by meeting the ongoing requirements of the US healthcare reforms. The system has witnessed remarkable deviations and the enhanced instinctive solutions had made it easier for the providers to measure and act on their clinical and business outcomes. The educational sessions were designed, keeping in mind the evolving healthcare curve. The attendees were addressed by presentations highlighting the evolution of iPatientCare EHR, PMS and RCM services and how it can help the providers prepare for the new era of healthcare, including Meaningful Use Stage 2 and the transition to ICD-10. This educated the attendees with strategies to tackle critical health reform initiatives.
Like every year this year too attendees had an opportunity to meet wide range of Exhibitors whose products and services provide valuable addendums to iPatientCare system to make it a unique technology platform instead of an ordinary software product! Numerous iPatientCare partners who exhibited here represented Clearing Houses, Computers & Networking Service Providers, Medical Devices Manufacturers, and Decision Support Content Providers.
Though this year NUCON was a Virtual Conference, the entertainment committee worked hard towards planning a fun event as we want our users and channel partners to kick-off the holiday season over Wine, Cheese, and Chocolates as we would be only couple of weeks away from the Thanksgiving. All the attendees were presented with a special gift pack keeping in mind the chills and thrills of the forthcoming festivals. Hence all the attendees were able to enjoy and welcome the festive season along with the entire office staff.
Not only this, iPatientCare NUCON 2014 attendees also enjoyed participating in iPatientCare Jeopardy and Lucky Draw conducted by the Entertainment Committee at iPatientCare.
And the Good News is iPatientCare’s Virtual Portal will be accessible to all the users throughout the year for sharing ideas, learning and collaborating with industry veterans and get in touch with the exhibitors available at the booths.