Patient Engagement and ML/AI – Modern Interoperability as an enabler for value based care

June 18, 2024
Discover how modern interoperability empowers patient engagement and leverages ML/AI for better outcomes in value-based care. Join us on June 18th to learn how seamless data integration can enhance real-time workflows and analytics in healthcare.

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2024 
Time: 1:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM CT / 10:00 AM PT
Duration: 1 hour

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In a recent survey of more than 400 executives from large healthcare organizations in the U.S., respondents from organizations that provide value-based care and a mix of value-based care and fee-for-service reported that they see interoperability as a key factor in achieving patient engagement and utilizing ML/AI to gain better outcomes and close care gaps. In this webinar, we will discuss how modern interoperability can achieve these goals by seamlessly connecting to legacy systems, thereby providing a healthcare data platform that enables real-time workflows and data analytics essential for population health in value-based care.



Joerg Schwarz
Senior Director, Industry Strategy & Solutions, Healthcare Interoperability

Joerg Schwarz is currently Senior Director for Healthcare Interoperability Solutions and Strategy at Infor with over 25 years of experience in the Healthcare Industry and in the interoperability space specifically. Prior to Infor, Joerg worked as a Director at GE Healthcare and Agfa Healthcare, designing, and implementing solutions for medical image- and document- exchange as well as integrated care.  He also worked at boutique Healthcare firms such as NextGate (EMPI) and Audacious Inquiry (ADT Data Intermediary), and he built and directed a Healthcare & Life Sciences Line of Business at the Fortune 500 company Sun Microsystems until it was acquired by Oracle in 2009.


Mark Hagland
Healthcare Innovation

Mark Hagland is Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Innovation with over 31 years of experience in healthcare journalism, writing, and speaking. He has authored two books and received numerous national journalism awards for his investigative reporting. Mark holds a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin and a master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

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