Webinar: The value of HealthIT in an emergency

You can’t control when and how an emergency will hit - but you can control how you respond to it. Make sure your emergency preparedness plan leverages the digital tools you already have.


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Whether an emergency is caused by severe weather or an infection outbreak, information can get lost – or lost in translation – during an emergency.

The HealthIT tools many senior care operators have could be the best tool in their emergency toolbox, empowering them with critical information in a crisis and saving valuable time and resources when they are needed most.

Join us and our experts for a discussion about the value HealthIT has in an emergency and how digital solutions can help healthcare teams be prepared for clinical and community impacts during an emergency.


Top 3 takeaways:

  1. How HealthIT can ensure residents and employees are safe, informed, and connected during a crisis
  2. How to add digital solutions to your emergency preparedness plan, ensuring compliance with CMS
  3. How to leverage data to maintain quality and continuation of care in an emergency

Have you reviewed your crisis communications plan lately? Is it as robust as it could be? Use our checklist to evaluate your current plan, or to help build a new one.

Download the checklist


Darcy MacHale

Director of Business Development, Cliniconex

Darcy is a proven sales leader and top performer with more than 20 years of business development experience in international enterprise sales, media software sales, e-content fulfillment, commercial print, global logistics and supply chain management. With acclaimed success in developing high-value, mutually beneficial relationships with some of the world’s most respected organizations Darcy is now focusing his expertise on the adoption of innovative technologies in the healthcare and senior care space.


Alexandra Hochreiter

Partner Engagement Manager Audacious Inquiry

Alexandra (Ali) Hochreiter, MPH, has worked in public health and emergency management for 15 years. Ms. Hochreiter currently serves as an Engagement Manager with Audacious Inquiry, a health information technology and policy leader, primarily supporting California, Texas, and Oregon.

Previously, Ms. Hochreiter worked as a consultant supporting the Department of Health and Human Services, assisting in COVID-19 analysis and after-action reports, and for FEMA's National Integration Center, Individual Community and Preparedness Division, and National Preparedness Assessment Division. She also led the development of training and exercise programs for a large investor-owned utility in California, strengthening wildfire preparedness efforts.

Ms. Hochreiter's field work includes hurricane, tornado, and pandemic response, and volunteered with her local Medical Reserve Corps on vaccination efforts.

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