SMA Healthcare Tech Webcast with Andy and Reza
Do the myriad changes in healthcare technology make the practice of medicine more difficult and complicated?
If so, then join us on for “SMA Health Tech Webcast with Andy and Reza”. Drs. Andy Mohan and Reza Sadeghian will provide you with simple, common sense ideas on how to make technology and new innovations in health care work for you.
Tuesday, October 30
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12:00 pm CT / 1:00 pm ET
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Tuesday, November 27
Office Design, Practice Workflow Improvements From the Road
12:00 pm CT / 1:00 pm ET
Andy Mohan, MD, MBA
Dr. Anand "Andy" Mohan has been working as a physician informaticist for the past several years in over 35 + implementations with major hospital systems including Peace Health, Inova, UCLA, Johns Hopkins, Massachusetts General, Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic amongst other notable healthcare systems. Dr. Mohan has worked on the inpatient and ambulatory side with all specialties pre and post go-live. His focus is clinical workflow optimization and utilizing EHR systems efficiently. He has also led EHR clinical build teams to ensure quality and clinical integrity. Dr. Mohan is certified in EpicCare Clinical Documentation and EpicCare Procedure Orders 2015.
He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Southern Medical Association. Dr. Mohan received his medical degree from Sri Ramachandra Medical College in Chennai, India, Masters of Business Administration from Auburn University’s Physicians Executive MBA Program, and is currently finishing a Master's of Science in Applied Clinical Informatics (MSACI) from Vanderbilt University.
Reza Sadeghian MD, MBA, M.Sc.
Dr. Reza Sadeghian is a mid-career Pediatrician/healthcare executive that has gone back for additional training in clinical informatics as a fellow at the University of Washington. He is the first and only Pediatrician in North America with fellowship training in both Clinical and Biomedical Informatics. He is a member of executive committee of the Council for Clinical Information Technology (COCiT) section of the American Academy of Pediatrics. His clinical practice is on the teaching hospitalist service at Seattle Children’s Hospital, and at a local community practice that is part of their developing clinically integrated network.
Dr. Sadeghian has extensive experience as a healthcare consultant, having led ICD-10 conversion efforts, and assisted in various lean-based system workflow designs and implementations. His current line of work and research interests include examining the feasibility of using telemedicine to help manage pediatric health issues, designing mobile healthcare applications, evaluating secure text messaging solutions, optimizing EHR performance, and ensuring clinical workflows are respected by IT solutions. He is interested in lean management in healthcare, improving healthcare value, quality and safety; as well as increasing access to care in underserved areas.