This week at #KareoChat, Nolan Murtha and Matt Good of Lifespeed will be leading a discussion about the important of relationships in healthcare. Join the conversation on Thursday, May 26 at 9 AM PT to talk about why relationships matter and how to build healthy ones in healthcare.
Here are the chat questions to help you prepare your thoughts and join the conversation.
- What effective methods are practices using to build patient relationships?
- What types of communication achieve the best results with patients?
- How are practices effectively promoting health literacy content to patients?
- Security aside, what modern tools would improve practice communication? (Skype, Slack, Facebook, etc?)
- What manual patient engagement process would you most like automated or systemized?
- How can providers integrate patients into process of creating engagement tools?
About the Host
Nolan Murtha, Chief Executive Officer of Lifespeed
Nolan possesses 12 years of experience in technology creation and implementation in the feature film industry, having served over eight years as a technology supervisor on James’ Cameron’s Avatar film projects, and has led a team of 50+ artists and developers to create novel technologies for top grossing filmmakers to engage virtual reality-like cinema tools.
After an intense period of care-coordination for close family friends during a traumatic accident, Nolan decided to leave film technology and begin working in healthcare to improve the patient experience.
Matt Good, President of Lifespeed
Matt has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the healthcare industry. Prior to co-founding Lifespeed he served as the Full-Line Neuro Area Manager with Brainlab, a world leader in image guided medical technology and software, as well as the West Coast Director of Sales for IMRIS, a market leader in intraoperative imaging solutions. A consistent President’s Club award winner throughout his career, Matt has become engrained in the industry by working with many luminary hospitals and providers throughout North America.
After a decade in medical technology sales, and witnessing the lack of interoperability of data, he co-founded the Company to address many of the issues that patients and providers face when trying to coordinate care across disparate hospital systems.
Matt is a graduate of The Ohio State University where he received his Bachelors of the Arts in Economics.