Meet the beckers part 3

Becker's 9th Annual Meeting Speaker Series: 3 Questions with MedSpeed CEO, Jake Crampton

meet the beckers part 3

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meet the beckers part 3

As part of an ongoing series, Becker's is talking to healthcare leaders who plan to speak at the conference, which will take place Aprilin Chicago. Who or what are the disruptors that have your attention?

Becker's 9th Annual Meeting Speaker Series: 3 Questions with MedSpeed CEO, Jake Crampton

I think [one of] the biggest disruptors in our industry is the industry itself. We are hearing about all kinds of disruptive partnerships, acquisitions and the like, which points to the fact that the status quo healthcare industry … may be on its way to becoming a relic. Health systems are joining together as never before, they are buying health plans and they are partnering to form drug companies. As someone who works every day to disrupt and change healthcare transportation, I am all for innovative [and] positive disruption.

We are all better when we challenge ourselves to think bigger. How do you see the barrier between competitors and collaborators changing?

meet the beckers part 3

Everything in healthcare now points toward value and enhanced patient-customer experience. To be successful, healthcare companies are realizing that there is value in letting go of their desire to control all functions and explore opportunities to collaborate both with each other and with outside entities to create value.

meet the beckers part 3

Our industry needs to iteratively learn from itself and from other industries in order to find new ways to better deliver on the promise of more convenient healthcare at a lower cost. John Donne, [an old English poet] wrote that ""no man is an island. To tie this into what I know best — intra-company logistics — we are seeing more and more systems that used to compete on everything partner in areas where they feel they can benefit from [a partner's] scale and efficiency while enhancing their core value proposition.

Intra-company logistics — the strategic, systematic, enterprise-wide movement of patient- and business-critical materials — is one of these areas. We see this as a reflection of a macro trend where a more complex, more highly-scaled expanded continuum of care environment drives needs extensively enough to require a more open collaboration orientation.

So I'm excited and inspired by disrupters like Velano Vascular and Lyft, which view innovation as way to inspire and delight people while helping them heal.

  • Becker’s 9th Annual Meeting Speaker Series: 3 Questions

Please share a new consumer-centric capability your organization has built or tapped into within the past 18 months. We look at innovation holistically — it's more than just offering the latest gadget or technology.

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We're interested in how that technology can improve a person's healthcare experience. For example, drawing blood remains an important part of medical care but needles can cause discomfort and anxiety.

meet the beckers part 3

One of our hospitals was the first in California to pilot PIVO, a virtually painless way to draw blood. Through this new technology, our staff can draw blood through a peripheral IV line instead of piercing a person's vein every time a sample is needed.

This creative approach limits the number of times a person is stuck by a needle and helps reduce accidental needle sticks among nurses and other care team members.

Every moment matters while patients are in our care. If we can help make them feel more at ease, then we are creating a healing experience at all levels. How do you define patient engagement? We are people before we are patients.

Becker's 9th Annual Meeting Speaker Series: 3 Questions with Jhaymee Heinlein, MS, MBA

I believe patient engagement comes from understanding and relating to patients as people first. This means we must care deeply about people and have empathy for them. Empathy gets a layer deeper. It's not just listening to what people say but looking for what's really going on that they might not be saying.