Patient Experience and Process Improvement Education Offered by Intelligent InSites and Dakota Medical Foundation

Clinical and process improvement leaders together with patient advocates will deliver CE sessions in pre-conference track of InSites Build 2015

Fargo, ND – August 11, 2015 – Intelligent InSites Inc., the leading provider of operational intelligence for healthcare, and Dakota Medical Foundation, dedicated to measurably improving health and access to care, today announced a series of pre-conference educational opportunities focused on patient experience, empathy, and continuous process improvement.

Three sessions, eligible for continuous education credits, include:


  • Healing and the Patient Experience Speaker: Roberta Young, Chief Executive Nursing Officer, Sanford Health. Session will also feature a Patient Advocate.
  • How to Keep the Patient at the Center of Process Improvement Speaker: Karl Moser, Lean Consultant, Continuous Improvement Academy
  • Case Studies in Process and Patient Experience Improvement: Panel from Essentia Health: Kristen Limb, Director of Process Improvement; Steve Park, MD; Roberta Maughan, Senior Process Expert; and Lara Lunde, MD


“Patient experience and empathy are at the forefront of nearly every conversation in healthcare today,” said Shane Waslaski, President and CEO of Intelligent InSites. “We are honored to be partnering with Dakota Medical Foundation – a premier sponsor of the InSites Build 2015 healthcare conference – to offer educational opportunities for healthcare leaders attending our conference, and caregivers from across our community and region.”

“Innovations in treatment delivery and patient flow processes, thanks to remarkable new technologies, are vastly improving the patient experience. At the same time, quality and efficiency gains allow caregivers to treat more people each day. We’re pleased to share in teaching about these exciting advancements that better the patient experience while improving access to care and overall health in our communities,” said Pat Traynor, President of Dakota Medical Foundation.


About Dakota Medical Foundation

Dakota Medical Foundation leads initiatives to improve health and access to care, builds the capacity of nonprofits to produce superior results, and actively seeks and invests in breakthrough innovations to vastly improve health for people of the region. Since 1996, DMF has invested more than $78 million to operate initiatives and expand the impact of more than 450 organizations in North Dakota and western Minnesota.


About InSites Build 2015

The InSites Build 2015 conference is designed for healthcare providers, industry analysts, and solution providers to share their results and vision—through presentations, learning labs, panels, and networking—for reducing healthcare costs and improving the quality of care by leveraging innovative technologies and processes.


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 technology 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, and then provides actionable intelligence to achieve cost savings, operational excellence, and better care. Using the enterprise-wide architecture of the InSites platform, healthcare systems can leverage all legacy, current, and future data sources to optimize their technology investments across the entire organization, and have the flexibility to meet changing organizational, regulatory, and compliance needs.

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