Clinical efficacy, throughput reduction, and broad information dissemination are vital to reducing delays in care. Modern healthcare institutions rely on rapid communications of time dependent processes to both global and specific recipients. Learn how Staten Island University Medical Center at Northwell Health Network created a new system to support the immediacy and specificity of communications necessary to drive high efficiency and direct dissemination of point to point information. In this webinar, Albert Villarin MD FACEP, Chief Medical Information Officer for Staten Island University Hospital (Northwell Health Network in New York), will discuss how this led to improved clinical workflows and outcomes.

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Albert Villarin, MD, FACEP

Chief Medical Information Officer
Staten Island University Hospital (Northwell Health Network in New York)

Albert Villarin, MD, FACEP serves as a Chief Medical Information Officer for Staten Island University Hospital (Northwell Health Network in New York) He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and also serves as the Associate Chief Information Officer, and Director of the Division of Quality Analytics. Dr. Villarin is passionate about the potential role that health information technology can play in improving care quality and is focused on advancing innovation for providers and patients. He is currently completing thesis work at Northwestern University for his Masters in Medical Informatics and is a strategic developer with several companies to innovate new healthcare focused advancements in communication, robotics process analytics and end-user adoption strategies.

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