Learn How Nurse Leaders Spearhead Cross-Continuum Patient Engagement Strategy at the AONE 2019 Annual Conference

Join CipherHealth at AONE 2019

At this year’s AONE Conference, over 2,600 nurse executives will join fellow healthcare leaders to collaborate in inspiring, building, and sustaining a culture of nursing excellence globally. As the AONE 2019 Conference Gold Sponsor, CipherHealth is proud to lead the patient engagement conversation.

Through their patient advocacy at the bedside and in the boardroom, nurses already lead the charge in improving the quality and experience of care delivery across the care continuum. Nurse leaders at every level can help their organizations navigate today’s increasingly complex patient journey by leveraging patient engagement as a strategy to improve care transitions and ultimately, create an integrated experience across all settings. By empowering their teams to better engage patients during their hospital stay and throughout their care journey, nurse executives can lead their organizations in transforming every aspect of how care is delivered, experienced, and perceived.

We are thrilled to meet with nurse leaders that are defining the future of healthcare delivery by anticipating and championing the needs of their nursing staff and patients. If you will be joining us in San Diego, stop by Booth #616 for live demos of our KLAS #1 ranked patient outreach and digital rounding solutions, sweet treats, and great giveaways! In the meantime, we invite you to explore these educational resources to learn how we help nurse executives lead their organizations in engaging patients across the entirety of the care continuum.

In her role as Market Manager for Hospitals and Health Systems, Lucia Huang, RN, integrates her previous experiences on the front lines of patient care within the broader context of the business of healthcare. She is passionate about empowering nurses to provide the highest quality and experience of patient care through technology. Lucia graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Economics from the Wharton School and a BSN from the School of Nursing.