Invitation: IBM Collaboration Solutions Community Webcast - XPages: A Remedy for the Healthcare Industry
Joyce Davis 06000019G0 JOYCE_DAVIS@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  healthcare notes webcast meeting community ibm xpages
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By Joyce Davis
I love to see how technology can positively impact people's lives, and we're definitely going to see an inspiring example during this month's community webcast on April 23rd at 10am ET. We're lucking to have guest speakers, Sam Bridegroom and Abby Butts, who will join us to share how they used XPages to develop applications that significantly improved medical and operational processes for a non-profit healthcare system in Indiana. We'll even have another XPages guru join us as our community member spotlight. Paul Withers will give us a quick update on an exciting community-driven project called org.openntf.domino. I hope you'll join us for this fun and informative webcast!
Register for the webcast: https://events.na.collabserv.com/register.php?id=3aefa01e10&l=en-US
Title: XPages: A Remedy for the Healthcare Industry
Abstract: Simple access to information is critical in healthcare, which can be a challenge when that information is housed in several different systems. Using the IBM Domino XPages architecture, Hendricks Regional Health is revolutionizing the way clinical and administrative information is accessed, collected and shared – all while providing significant cost savings to the organization.
You will see examples of how XPages-based solutions (utilizing the XPages Extension Library tools) are being used to enhance patient care, improve communication among staff and improve engagement with patients and their families, and providing integration opportunities between disparate systems that have been too difficult to implement in the past.
This is an example of how one organization is leveraging their IBM software investments to bring immense value to its staff and customers.
Abby is an IBM Certified Advanced Application Developer for Notes and Domino 8.5 and has worked at Hendricks Regional Health for 12 years. She develops applications for every area of the hospital and her work has improved business and clinical processes. Abby uses XPages, XPages Extension Library, Dojo, jQuery, REST Services, Java, Lotuscript, and, on occasion, even @Formula to develop applications.