Healthcare Leaders Join InSites Build 2014 Conference

Leaders to Share Their Results and Vision for Reducing Healthcare Costs and Improving Quality of Care

Fargo, ND – September 10, 2014 – Intelligent InSites, Inc., the leading provider of operational intelligence for healthcare, will host its industry-leading event, InSites Build 2014, September 22-24, 2014 in Fargo, ND.

The InSites Build 2014 conference is designed for healthcare providers, industry analysts, and solution providers to share their results and vision – through presentations, workshops, panels, and networking – for reducing healthcare costs and improving the quality of care by leveraging innovative technologies and processe

“At Intelligent InSites, we are confident the best days of healthcare are ahead of us. Despite all that is happening and being said about healthcare today, we think and believe differently. InSites Build is about engaging with passionate innovators, committed healers, and tireless leaders about how we can transform healthcare into something remarkably better,” said Shane Waslaski, President and CEO of Intelligent InSites. “We are excited to be working with our partners and customers to leverage real-time-location sensory data and our operational intelligence platform to support revolutionizing the patient experience and to optimize the efficiency of care delivery.”

Forward-thinking healthcare organizations, including Sanford Health, Texas Health Resources, and University of Virginia Health System, will discuss how they leverage operational intelligence derived from automatically-generated data, including RTLS and RFID technologies, to support their vision to improve healthcare efficiency and deliver the best care to their patients.

During the roundtable sessions at Build 2014, attendees will discuss today’s biggest challenges and opportunities in healthcare focusing around the following topics: Bringing Hospitality into Healthcare, Powering Population Health, Building the Culture of Continuous Improvement, and How to Finally Make EHRs Useful.

The event agenda also includes presentations from top healthcare thought leaders – members of the Intelligent InSites Healthcare Advisory Board – who will share their insights on the future of care delivery and the technology driving it.

InSites Build 2014 includes a pre-conference training session Keeping the Patient at the Center, facilitated by Dr. Jon Ulven, Psychologist and Chair of Sanford’s Adult Behavioral Health Department. Session attendees earn 1 contact hour approved by the North Dakota Board of Nursing.

As part of InSites Build 2014, Intelligent InSites is hosting an event open to the public – on September 24, 2014. 2014 will feature three outstanding presentations:

  1. The Evolution of UX Design – Lorraine Chapman, Technology Usability Chair, HIMSS IT
  2. Our Outpatient Future – Matt Hocks, VP of Clinical Services, Sanford Health
  3. Healthcare’s Innovation Era – Doug Burgum, Intelligent InSites Executive Board Chairman, Philanthropist and Entrepreneur


About Intelligent InSites

Intelligent InSites helps transform healthcare with real-time operational intelligence that improves care, enhances the human experience, and increases efficiency. Through its open, real-time, healthcare platform, Intelligent InSites automatically collects and processes data from multiple data sources such as EHRs, financial systems, building systems, sensory and real-time location systems (RTLS), mobility solutions, and other healthcare IT solutions–then provides actionable intelligence to achieve cost savings, operational excellence, and better care. By utilizing the enterprise-wide architecture of the Intelligent InSites platform, healthcare systems can leverage all legacy, current, and future data sources to optimize their technology investments across the entire organization, then have the flexibility to meet changing organizational, regulatory, and compliance needs.

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