September 2014 Life Science Lunch: Using Health IT to Encourage a Patient Focus

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

With all of the emphasis on EMR’s and data privacy issues in healthcare delivery, it can be easy to forget that patients are the source of all that information.  Whether you are engaged in healthcare delivery or in the development of tools that interface with patient populations, how technology is applied to an interactive situation can dramatically affect the relationship between patients and providers and in some cases, even the effectiveness of treatment.  Please join us as our panel explores what it takes to successfully use healthcare IT from the patient perspective.

Guest Moderator

Kristin Eilenberg,
President and Founder,
Lodestone Logic


Emily D. Tisdale
Founder & Principal Consultant,
Recourse Resource Consulting

Blythe Logan
Director of Business Development,
CoreTech Revolution

Jean Willey Scallon, MA FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Bloomington Meadows Hospital

About the Series

The Indiana Health Industry Forum and Barnes & Thornburg LLP partner to present a monthly seminar series on critical issues in life science. Each month, at lunch, a policymaker or a panel in the field of life science will be available to answer questions concerning the major challenges and opportunities in the life science industry. We hope you will join us.

There is no charge to attend, but please register so we know how many lunches to order. Please see registration page for details. Some of the discussion questions will be submitted to the speakers in advance.


For information on upcoming programs, please visit the Life Science Lunch website –


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