uPerform’s Liz Griffith, Director of EHR Education, and Bobby Zarr, VP, Healthcare Strategy, sat down with the folks at This Week Health to discuss how uPerform is helping clients turn training time into patient time.
They share how uPerform is helping clients give more time back to patient care by transitioning from classroom to hybrid or virtual training. They offer tips for an effective health IT training strategy that is proven to drive EHR satisfaction.
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About Bobby Zarr
Bobby spearheads the healthcare management team at uPerform, helping health systems change the way software training is conducted with digital learning solutions. He is responsible for implementing strategies for health system onboarding, retention, and growth. He is a seasoned healthcare leader who brings over 10 years of extensive health IT training experience to the uPerform team.
Prior to uPerform, Bobby helped pioneer uPerform in the healthcare market at Infirmary Health. As the Manager of IT Training and Support, Bobby built and led the health system’s training program executing initiatives and optimization strategies, including the rollout and utilization of Epic to 10,000 users.
Bobby is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management (CPHIMS) and is a veteran of the United States Army.
About Liz Griffith
Liz is responsible for transforming the way healthcare thinks about technology literacy for their IT applications. Liz comes to uPerform from KLAS Research, where she led EHR satisfaction consulting and measurements since 2018, working with all types of healthcare organizations from large IDN systems to small ambulatory groups.
About Sue Schade
Sue is a Principal at StarBridge Advisors, LLC. A nationally recognized health IT leader, Sue recently served as interim SVP and Chief Information Officer at Boston Children’s Hospital. She previously served as interim Chief Technology Officer at University of Vermont Health Network, Chief Information Officer at Stony Brook Medicine on Long Island, University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, and Boston Children’s. Prior to StarBridge Advisors, she was a founding advisor at Next Wave Health Advisors. Sue has more than 30 years’ experience in healthcare information technology management and was recognized as the CHIME-HIMSS John E. Gall, Jr. CIO of the Year in 2014.
She is a regular speaker and writer within the HIT industry including a weekly blog called Health IT Connect at www.sueschade.com. She holds an MBA degree from Illinois Benedictine College in Lisle, Illinois.
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