Note: For those who couldn’t attend the live hangout, the recorded video is embedded below.
What: A Google+ Video Hangout with John Lynn, Sean Benson, and Andre L’Heureux discussing the latest topics and developments around EMR, CPOE and CDS.
Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Time: 2:00 – 2:30 p.m. EST
Location: About 5 minutes before the event, we’ll embed the video stream on this page or you can find the video stream on the Healthcare Scene Google+ page as well.
Mark your calendars to join the following healthcare experts as they discuss the smart EHR of the future and its interaction with clinical decision support (CDS) systems:
- John Lynn, Founder of Healthcare Scene and Influential Networks
- Sean Benson, Vice President, Innovation, Clinical Solutions, Wolters Kluwer Health
- Andre L’Heureux, Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Clinical Solutions, Wolters Kluwer Health
The video will be available to view live on this page and the recorded video will be embedded on this page after the hangout as well.
If you have any questions you’d like to pose before or during the hangout, send them to @ehrandhit on Twitter and we’ll do our best to incorporate them into the discussion.
About Sean Benson
Mr. Benson co-founded ProVation Medical, now part of Wolters Kluwer Health, in 1994. He has been closely involved in most areas of the company’s operations, including Research & Development, Product Management, Sales, Marketing, Business Development and Client Services. This broad exposure to the company’s activities has allowed him to serve as a valuable knowledge resource for others as the organization has grown. Mr. Benson has a BA in Mathematics and Economics from St. Olaf College (1990), where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He worked as a consultant at Hewitt Associates in Lincolnshire, Illinois immediately after college.
About Andre L’Heureux
Mr. L’Heureux joined ProVation Medical, now part of Wolters Kluwer Health, in July of 1997. Prior to joining ProVation, Mr. L’Heureux was the practice administrator of Minnesota Gastroenterology, where he had P/L responsibility for all operations. Mr. L’Heureux’s 17 years in healthcare include strong administrative experience in large clinics, including managing multi-site clinics and group practices, engineering sales of facilities and strategic mergers, and working with different managed care models. He is also experienced in the implementation of electronic medical record systems, and has served on several vendor advisory boards and information systems committees. Mr. L’Heureux currently manages several software products and works in the area of business development.