Addressing Consent Decree Challenges with EHR and Analytics [SPONSORED]

October 12, 2021
3:00pm - 4:15pm

This webinar will present concepts for using modern technology within custody environments to address unique challenges presented by consent decrees and court mandates. This information is relevant to all types of custody environments. Attendees should learn different ways of using technology to identify root causes, monitor and demonstrate measurable progress, and reduce the overall impact of the decree/mandate. In addition, we will discuss methods of proactively identifying hot spots before they mushroom into crisis, litigation, or simply subpar outcomes. We will also discuss information-based resource allocation as a preventative measure that also increases clinical outcomes.


PRESENTERS

Daniel Mullins currently serves as Branch Chief for HealthIT and Informatics for the South Carolina Department of Corrections. He oversees the departments responsible for supporting, enhancing, and managing the medical technology platforms and software solutions that allow the Agency to deliver care to 31 different correctional medical practices across the state. Mr. Mullins divisional responsibility is to provide impactful integration and implementation of technology solutions that allow for a holistic, community-equivalent care approach to correctional health care systems. These solutions and platforms include a state-wide EHR, an state-wide electronic medication administration record (eMAR), a pharmaceutical management system (PMS) and laboratory information management system (LIMS), health information exchange (HIE), PACS imaging software, and telemedicine platforms. Mr. Mullins graduated from the University of South Carolina with a BS in Nursing in 2012 and has been employed at the South Carolina Department of Corrections since graduation. He began his career with SCDC as a nursing manager in 2012.

Gary Steiner currently serves as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Medicalistics. He has more than twenty-seven years of experience in the healthcare field serving as director, VP, CIO, and now CTO at national healthcare and technology companies. Gary has established new markets, managed product direction, and go to market strategy for healthcare technology companies including Corrections/Public Health and Behavioral Health. He is also responsible for company technology platform, partnerships, and external relationships (Business Development), and effectiveness of technology resources.