Events Archives – PCCI

8 December 2022

PCCI Named to D500 list of exemplary organizations in Dallas




Congratulations to PCCI’s CEO Steve Miff for being named to D CEO’s Dallas 500 list. This list includes the top business leaders in Dallas, representing some of the most dynamic organizations in the region. This is the third year in a row for PCCI to be honored by D CEO.

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8 December 2022

PCCI CEO Steve Miff named Outstanding Healthcare Innovator




D CEO posts all the winners of its recent Excellence in Healthcare Awards, where PCCI’s CEO Steve Miff was named Outstanding Healthcare Innovator: “Steve Miff is one of the most innovative leaders in the Dallas healthcare community. His organization has guided the community through COVID-19 by graphing everything from outbreaks to vulnerability with its unique software that has been mimicked all over the country.”

Congratulations to the PCCI team for the work it produced to earn this award and to all the finalists who are committed to serving our community.

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4 November 2020

HIMSS Webcast III: Connected Communities of Care and Bending the Cost Curve




https://www.himsslearn.org/connected-communities-care-and-bending-cost-curve

The healthcare cost curve continues to spiral out of control.  Programs such as accountable care and value-based purchasing are exemplar programs with bold cost-containment targets.  In addition, we know that non-health issues contribute to a significant portion of healthcare costs.  This session will specifically focus on where and how focusing on SDOH can impact costs.

Please have a look at the full set of HIMSS Webcasts featuring PCCI and Healthbox discussing how to implement SDOH principles via connected communities of care:

 

 

4 November 2020

HIMSS Webcast II: Connected Communities of Care and the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)




https://www.himsslearn.org/connected-communities-care-and-community-health-needs-assessment-chna

Understanding community need has been a core aspect of hospital operations, especially for organizations with a non-profit status.  As we gain greater insights into the impact of non-medical determinants and their impact on positive health outcomes, there is a heightened imperative to revamp how CHNA activities are undertaken and the type of data that are collected.  This session will speak to how organizations who have been on the front lines of SDOH work have altered their approach to their CHNA to gain deeper insights to better contextualize the true needs of their communities. This webcast features PCCI and Healthbox leaders:

Please have a look at the full set of HIMSS Webcasts featuring PCCI and Healthbox discussing how to implement SDOH principles via connected communities of care:

 

 

4 November 2020

HIMSS Webcast I: Connected Communities of Care During Times of Crisis




https://www.himsslearn.org/connected-communities-care-during-times-crisis

In the first of three webcasts, we see that as the pandemic continues to unfold, it is painfully clear that underserved populations are at greater risk for COVID-19.  As such the importance of connections between clinical and community-based organizations is more important than ever.  This session will delve into how communities with operational connected communities of care have responded to the current crisis and will provide insights that can be leveraged in other communities. This webcast features Healthbox and PCCI leaders:

Please have a look at the full set of HIMSS Webcasts featuring PCCI and Healthbox discussing how to implement SDOH principles via connected communities of care:

 

 

5 August 2020

PCCI Expert: Leslie Wainwright brings insights to panel at 2020 ONC Tech Forum




Leslie Wainwright, PhD, PCCI’s Chief Funding and Innovation Officer will bring her expert insights to a panel at the prestigious 2020 ONC Tech Forum at on August 11, 1:15 p.m.

Track 4: Tech in the Continuum of Care
Advancements in Interoperability of Social Determinants of Health Data

ONC supports collecting and sharing social determinants of health (SDOH) data through standards and certification, policy, and coordination across agencies and various stakeholders. This session will discuss standards gaps related to the collection of SDOH data and opportunities for enhanced interoperability. Panelists will discuss practical implementation examples, including development and use of FHIR for standardized exchange, tools to enable enhanced communication between provider and user types, and challenges of implementation of electronic referrals between health care and human services providers.

For more information to go: https://www.healthit.gov/news/events/2020-onc-tech-forum

About ONC

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is at the forefront of the administration’s health IT efforts and is a resource to the entire health system to support the adoption of health information technology and the promotion of nationwide health information exchange to improve health care. ONC is organizationally located within the Office of the Secretary for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

ONC is the principal federal entity charged with coordination of nationwide efforts to implement and use the most advanced health information technology and the electronic exchange of health information. The position of National Coordinator was created in 2004, through an Executive Order, and legislatively mandated in the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act) of 2009.

 

23 March 2020

PCCI Expert Akshay Arora talks SDOH at MD Anderson




Late last month, Akshay Arora represented PCCI at a session at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston where he presented PCCI’s perspective on social determinants of health and machine learning.

Akshay’s presentation, “Using Social Determinants of Health and Machine Learning to Improve Healthcare Outcomes,” was delivered to an audience of diverse healthcare experts, including clinicians, researchers, data scientists, and professors. The audience was particularly interested in the community data insights platform, with feedback that PCCI has created a very special tool to deeply understand the community.

To have a PCCI expert talk to your organization about our pioneering ways to health, go HERE.

25 February 2020

HIMSS20: PCCI experts to launch book, deliver program presentations




The experts at Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI) will be out in force at the HIMSS20 Convention in Orlando in March. At the event, PCCI will launch its new book, “Building Connected Communities of Care,” which is currently available in pre-sale. There will be several events where show attendees can meet with the authors and learn more about the book. These events include  book signings and presentations (see below).

Additionally, PCCI experts will deliver presentations on their cutting-edge programs at HIMSS20. See below for all of the PCCI activities.

If you are attending HIMSS20 and would like to meet with PCCI’s experts, please contact us HERE.

 

  • Author Meet & Greet, Book Signing
    • CEO Steve Miff and VP Keith Kosel (book authors)
    • Tuesday, March 10, 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
    • Orlando – Orange County Convention Center, Level 2 – Lobby B

 

 

  • Building Connected Communities of Care Book Release Reception
    • Tuesday, March 10, 3-4 p.m.
    • Exhibit Floor, Hall B, Booth #2731 (Healthbox)
  • Author Meet & Greet, Book Signing
    • CEO Steve Miff and VP Keith Kosel (book authors)
    • Wednesday, March 11, 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
    • Orlando – Orange County Convention Center, Level 2 – Lobby B

 

 

 

21 February 2020

PCCI Experts Share How Predictive Models Help Improve Healthcare at UT Dallas




In mid-February, the University of Texas at Dallas’s Computer Science Department hosted presentations by PCCI experts Akshay Arora and Priyanka Kharat at their weekly Community Outreach program. The presentations were delivered to UT-Dallas students, clinicians, health data scientists and technology officers from different companies interested in PCCI’s predictive models and healthcare research.

Priyanka presented “Harnessing Healthcare Data using AI/ML”; and Akshay presented on “Using Natural Language Processing in Clinical Applications.”

The audience was engaged and asked insightful questions about Sepsis prediction and post model deployment feedback from clinicians noted in Priyanka’s presentation. The design of PCCI’s cloud platform (Isthmus) and the way the company created a healthcare domain specific platform for machine learning was very well received.

During Akshay’s presentation, he discussed how PCCI leveraged clinical NLP for understanding the VTE prophylaxis and SDOH to understand our patient cohorts.  The audience was particularly inquisitive about the extension and the generalization of PCCI’s clinical NLP models for multiple hospitals.

11 February 2020

PCCI at HIMSS20 – AI-Powered Early Prediction of Post-Acute Care Need




PCCI’s Medical Director, Jacqueline Naeem, MD, will be presenting at HIMSS20 on Friday, March 13 at 10:45 a.m., in Room W414A. Her presentation “AI-Powered Early Prediction of Post-Acute Care Need” offers her expert insights on early identification of patients who require post-acute care upon discharge. She will discuss how through the early identification, transition care team productivity is increased, medically unnecessary length of stay and likelihood of readmission is reduced. Click the image below for all the details: