Zane Networks is proud to participate in the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) in Kissimmee, FL on August 14-17, 2023. Conrad Clyburn, senior advisor for Zane Networks will be onsite at the event to gain the latest insights on the status of military medical research while solidifying ties with the attending DOD program executives and federal contractor teaming partners.
“Our organization has deep domain experience in the health IT challenges that the armed forces faces including disaster response and recovery, virtual telehealth, prolonged remote patient monitoring, and FHIR-enabled care coordination,” said Clyburn. “I look forward to not only strengthening our existing relationships with the defense contractors who will be in attendance, but also connecting with other onsite participants to share success stories from our extensive list of public sector clients.”
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Conrad Clyburn will share examples of the company’s service offerings, which are designed to mitigate the impact of major disasters and public health emergencies. This includes the development and management of strategic and comprehensive preparedness programs, as well as evaluation, planning and counsel toward medical and public health preparedness.
In the virtual telehealth arena, he will describe how the company’s launch of SNC Telehealth Solutions and flagship televisit solution, SeeMD is connecting patients to their healthcare providers through a web portal. The solution remotely monitor’s a patient’s health status while improving health quality outcomes and preventing care disruptions.
Finally, Conrad Clyburn will go into detail on the company’s extensive work with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s Integrated Care for Kids initiative in multiple states. Through an effort funded by the Administration for Children and Families, the company leverages its open-source, care coordination platform which uses the federally endorsed Health Level 7 (HL7) FHIR standard to exchange patient information securely. This provides the care team with immediate access to patient information in one place without having to manage patient data from separate electronic sources.