PatientKeeper CEO to Speak at the J.P. Morgan 30th Annual Healthcare Conference
Paul Brient to highlight PatientKeeper’s unique approach to enabling hospitals to achieve Meaningful Use while driving physician adoption of technology
WALTHAM, MA & SAN FRANCISCO – Jan. 9, 2012 – PatientKeeper®, Inc., the leading provider of physician healthcare information systems, today announced that Paul Brient, president and CEO of PatientKeeper, will speak at the J.P. Morgan 30th Annual Healthcare Conference, taking place Jan. 9-12, 2012 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco. Mr. Brient will provide an update on the company and an overview of PatientKeeper’s physician-centric software applications – including CPOE, physician documentation, and charge capture – that help physicians work more efficiently and effectively, drive physician adoption of healthcare IT, and enable hospitals and practice groups to comply with federal “Meaningful Use” and ICD-10 mandates.
Who: Paul Brient, president and CEO, PatientKeeper, Inc.
What: PatientKeeper Overview
When: Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012; 4:30 p.m. PST
Where: Elizabethan C/D, Westin St. Francis Hotel, 335 Powell St., San Francisco, CA
The J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference is the largest and most informative healthcare investment symposium in the industry. It brings together global industry leaders, emerging fast-growth companies, innovative technology creators and members of the investment community. Organizers expect the 2012 conference to feature more than 300 companies, both public and private, delivering presentations to more than 4,000 investors.
PatientKeeper’s EHR optimization software solutions streamline clinician workflow, improve care team collaboration, and fill functional gaps in existing hospital EHR systems. With PatientKeeper as the “system of engagement” complementing the EHR, clinicians can easily access and act on all their patient information from PCs, smartphones and tablets. PatientKeeper has more than 70,000 active users today. For more information about PatientKeeper, visit www.patientkeeper.com or call (781) 373-6100.