Webinar: Compassion & Speed at Scale - Success Stories from Hospice Savannah and GMED Global
The CEO of Hospice Savannah and VP of Operations for GMED Global will share their personal experiences leading transformative initiatives to give thousands of patients custom care with limited resources.
Hospice Savannah has been leveraging technology for years to facilitate compassionate patient interactions. They expanded this initiative by teaming up with the Georgia Department of Public Health to stand up a mass COVID-19 vaccination site in days, including a seamless integration into Georgia’s IIS.
GMED Global became one of the nation’s largest COVID-19 testing sites by building one automated workflow to manage scheduling, payment, digital paperwork, and CRM. In weeks, they processed 80+K tests with minimal patient wait times.
Panel will discuss how to:
Carey M. James, MBA
VP of Operations
Carey James is the EVP and Chief Operations Officer of GMED Global, LLC., an international organization specializing in the delivery of world-class medical education and innovative healthcare solutions. Carey is responsible for operationalizing and managing business initiatives and building teams that drive growth.
Carey previously served as VP of Operations for Ross School of Medicine, a leading provider of physicians to the US. He’s built a distinguished track record of launching programs, establishing partnerships, generating revenue streams, and crisis management.
Dr. Kathleen Benton
President and CEO
Dr. Kathleen D. Benton, Dr.PH, MA is Hospice Savannah’s President and CEO. Prior to Hospice Savannah she served as the Director of Clinical Ethics and Palliative Care at St. Joseph’s/Candler for over 12 years. Dr. Benton’s connection to Hospice Savannah dates back to 2010 when she became a member of the Board of Directors. She was subsequently appointed to the Steward Center for Palliative Care Board, serving as Chair from 2017 to 2018. A native of Savannah, Dr. Benton lives on Isle of Hope with husband Rex and children Julia Grace, Jack and Andrew. She holds a Masters in Bioethics from Case Western Reserve University and a Doctorate in Public Health Leadership. Dr. Benton serves on the faculty of Mercer University Medical School and Augusta University (Medical College of Georgia). An international speaker, Dr. Benton has authored many reviews and articles, and the book The Skill of End-of-Life Communication for Clinicians; Getting to the Root of the Ethical Dilemma, 2017, Springer Publishing. A second book The Dignity at End of Life in Medicine; A Spiritual Reflection on the Clinical Area of Palliative Care, jointly authored by Vatican appointee Msgr. Renzo Pegoraro published in 2019.
Christina S. Wong - Moderator
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Regulated Industries
Christina has a diverse background in regulatory affairs and marketing, and she now leads the healthcare and life sciences product marketing vertical at DocuSign. Before DocuSign, Christina began her career in the public sector where she covered healthcare issues for former California State Senator Christina Kehoe. Later, she advocated for improved local government ordinances, which her efforts contributed to the creation of one of the SF Bay Area’s largest East Bay Regional Parks. Christina’s regulatory experience also includes being a product manager at Advanced Sterilization Products, a medical device subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. Additionally, she spent over four years as the 2nd marketing hire at a water focused tech startup that sought to bring big data to water utilities. When she isn't working, Christina goes on long urban walks with her family. Christina has a MBA from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy from UC Berkeley where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.
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