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Paving the Way to a Better Patient Experience: Patientco's Virtual Conference


May 16, 2019 08:22 AM

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Donna Grindle
Donna Grindle is a speaker, podcaster, consultant, and advisor who helps businesses of all shapes and sizes build and manage effective information privacy and security programs. Before starting her company, Kardon, in 1999, Donna was Vice President of a medical practice management software firm where she got her start in the late 80s writing software for electronic claims submissions. After a successful career helping develop and support a wide variety of software for clients, she also ran her own Managed IT Service and Consulting company that specialized in healthcare, Donna now uses her over 30 years of experience to help businesses protect the privacy and security of their confidential information. She also shares that knowledge in her weekly podcast, Help Me With HIPAA, where HIPAA and humor collide to make learning fun.
Drew Boston
@Moxi Ventures
Drew Boston is the owner and founder of Moxi, a new-era technology agency with purpose. Moxi operates at the intersection of strategy, design, and technology and focuses its efforts on social impact. The company delivers growth-as-a-service to leading difference makers around the world including multi-national corporate venture platforms, sub-specialty funds, and health systems. Drew began his career with Morgan Stanley and later, transitioned to Accenture. There, Drew led projects for Fortune 100 clients related to growth, data monetization, product/service design, operating model design, and mergers and acquisitions. Specifically, Drew focused on Digital Health for Accenture, advising organizations on their growth strategies. He co-founded Accenture’s largest employee-driven organization, Healthcare 20/20 and co-led its global thought-capital research group. He has also been cited in the Economist, Wall Street Journal and Becker’s.
Geoffrey Hills
Geoffrey Hills is a Senior Manager at Accenture Strategy. The healthcare ecosystem is under constant evolution pressure from traditionally non-healthcare companies, government regulations continue to move us closer to value-based care, and venture and private equity money flows into the sector, understanding how to grow and how to respond to disruption become ever more important. Geoffrey guides his clients through digital strategies, growth strategies, and through successful mergers and acquisitions. Geoffrey began his career at Epic Systems where he worked with some of the country’s largest healthcare systems as they modernized and worked through digital patient engagement. He holds an M.B.A from University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. from Seattle University.