It is with great enthusiasm the editorial team at Today’s Practice announces the addition of Dr. Greg Sanders, founder and mastermind behind the revolutionary Charge Capture platform, HybridChart, as a key member of our speaking faculty at the upcoming Healthcare Financial Summit in Las Vegas, NV. Dr. Sanders has shown through his own achievements that a solution born of necessity can, in fact, revolutionize patient care. Providers and Population Health Administrators alike can join Dr. Sanders as he takes the stage at the Population Health Symposium this October at the Rio All Suites Resort in Amazon Hall, amongst his fellow renown experts in our nation’s newly accountable patient care model.
Dr. Sanders’ lecture title and description:
The Physician Contribution to Population Health Utilizing Mobile Technology
Dr. Sanders will present on the challenges of the ever-changing healthcare environment—with new regulations, rules, and technology—what you are doing today, you most likely will not be doing tomorrow. Physicians have been tasked with so much change and the demand to remain compliant that the actual time they get to spend with patients is minimal. Dr. Sanders is not only a full-time practicing Cardiologist, but a SaaS entrepreneur, developer and programmer. He will share his journey and how he is contributing to innovative healthcare technology with a comprehensive solution providing a positive impact on patients, communication, reporting, and revenue.
Dr. Sanders Bio:
Greg Sanders, MD, FACC received his undergraduate degree and his M.D. from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. After completing his internship and residency at Boston University, he completed a Fellowship in Cardiology at Harvard University. Dr. Sanders is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Echocardiography and Nuclear Cardiology. He is a designated Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC). He has been recognized as one of Phoenix Magazine’s TOP DOCs. He practices all aspects of non-invasive cardiology and has a special interest in Information Technology. In 2001, he began to design HybridChart, a software rounding solution for rounding providers.