H2081 Section on Early Career Physicians Program

Sunday, November 4
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: Plaza International Ballroom K, Hyatt Regency Orlando


Topic(s): Early Career Physicians

Sponsor(s): Section on Early Career Physicians

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Leveraging Technology to Optimize Patient Care and Workplace Efficiency
Technology is advancing rapidly, with numerous products available and emerging for use in health care delivery. Given that most practicing pediatricians — including early career pediatricians —are not involved in the tech industry, there often is a significant gap in knowledge and understanding of technologies that can be used by the pediatric workforce. This program will introduce early career pediatricians to new technologies that can be leveraged to optimize the delivery of care and workplace efficiency.

Suzanne Berman, MD, FAAP

Managing Partner
Plateau Pediatrics
Crossville, Tennessee

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Alison Curfman, MD

Medical Director, Mercy Virtual Kids
Mercy Clinic
St. Louis, Missouri

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Eric Shelov, MD

Associate Chief Medical Information Officer, Attending Physician
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Nephi Walton, MD, FAAP

Falls, Pennsylvania

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Suzanne Berman, MD, FAAP

Managing Partner
Plateau Pediatrics
Crossville, Tennessee

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H2081 Section on Early Career Physicians Program

Sunday, November 4
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: Plaza International Ballroom K, Hyatt Regency Orlando


Topic(s): Early Career Physicians

Sponsor(s): Section on Early Career Physicians

View full agenda here

Leveraging Technology to Optimize Patient Care and Workplace Efficiency
Technology is advancing rapidly, with numerous products available and emerging for use in health care delivery. Given that most practicing pediatricians — including early career pediatricians —are not involved in the tech industry, there often is a significant gap in knowledge and understanding of technologies that can be used by the pediatric workforce. This program will introduce early career pediatricians to new technologies that can be leveraged to optimize the delivery of care and workplace efficiency.

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Nephi Walton, MD, FAAP

Falls, Pennsylvania

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