Cathryn Gibbs, Dayton Physicians Network Application Analyst presented at NextGen Users Group Meeting on November 3, 2015 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Cathryn was a guest speaker, sharing her experience in implementing NextGen Share.
Dayton Physicians Network implemented NextGen Share in November 2014 to meet Stage 2 Meaningful Use Requirements. Cathryn lead the project to implement Share, and worked with other practices not using NextGen to ensure the ability to share Continuity of Care Documents (CCDA’s). Cathryn also designed the workflow around sending and receiving the CCDA’s and ensuring follow-up with patients was occurring in a timely manner, as well as ensuring only appropriate data is extracted into our patients charts. Cathryn continues to work with our staff as well as referring practices to promote the use of the Share CCDA exchange tools.
Cathryn appropriately titled her presentation, “NextGen Share-Herding Cats…..”, as working with so many different practices and applications across the nation has been both a social and networking experiment in cooperation and collaboration.
Dayton Physicians Network Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Ryan Steinmetz has been named Chairman of the Cancer Committee, which is the primary leadership body for the cancer program at the Atrium Medical Center. Dr. Steinmetz is a board certified Radiation Oncologist and has been treating patients at the Atrium since 2006.
As chairman, he leads the Atrium Cancer Committee in establishing goals, providing quality cancer care, oversight of the tumor board and cancer conferences and community outreach in accordance with Commission on Cancer requirements for cancer program accreditation.
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