ATLANTA, GA — Unlike in years past, today we can email our doctor and receive a direct response within 24 hours. We have patient portals to access our medical records and leave comments for our doctor, in real time, on how prescriptions and treatments are working — or not! If we need to see a specialist, our electronic medical records are easily transported anywhere in the world. The Bionic Woman, and the Six Million Dollar Man, 1970s TV shows, are today’s reality. Join us to learn how technology is transforming patient care and patient treatment.
WHO: Michele P. Madison, Partner, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP: MODERATOR
Dee Cantrell, CIO, RN, BSN, Emory Healthcare and WOTY 2014 Winner
Tiffany Wilson Karp, Executive Director, Global Center Medical Innovation
WHAT: WIT Forum: How Technology is Transforming the Doctor-Patient Relationship
WHEN: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 | 7:30am – 9:00am
WHERE: Westin Atlanta Perimeter North, 7 Concourse Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30328
Dee Cantrell, WIT 2014 Woman of the Year in Technology, is the CIO for Emory Healthcare, Inc. in Atlanta. She is the first female and the first nurse to serve in this role. Ms. Cantrell also serves as the Associate Director for Emory’s Center for Clinical Informatics and the Deputy CIO for the Office of Information Technology for Emory University. READ MORE
Tiffany Wilson Karp, Executive Director, Global Center for Medical Innovation, has spent over a decade bringing innovative medical technology from benchtop to bedside. The Global Center for Medical Innovation, the Southeast’s first medical device innovation center, works with university innovators, clinicians, entrepreneurs, industry, investors, and startups focused on innovation, patient care, and economic growth. READ MORE
Women in Technology (WIT), an Atlanta-based organization, passionately supports women at every stage of their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) career — from the classroom to the boardroom. 50/50 by 2020: WIT has set a goal of making Georgia the state with the highest percentage of women in the STEM workforce by the year 2020. WIT enables women to build strong networks, develop leadership skills and advance their careers. WIT is the largest, most active female-centered STEM organization in the metro Atlanta region.
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