COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 13, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The inaugural Connect. Communicate. Care. 2015 (CCC2015) conference is taking place March 9-10 at the SLS Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. This conference will highlight and discuss the latest innovations in what many consider to be a cornerstone in the future of health care; including on-demand, portable and telemedicine solutions. It was created to provide practical guidance, resource introductions and superior networking opportunities for health care leaders who have implemented, or are considering implementing, these enterprise telemedicine solutions in their facilities. With a track dedicated to telemedicine and another dedicated to the rising challenge of delivering language services in health care, CCC2015 will feature over 12 sessions spanning 15 hours.
Nine-time Emmy winner, Dr. Bruce Hensel, Chief Health, Medical & Science Correspondent for NBC4 in Los Angeles, will serve as the moderator for the conference.
"We have created a conference in which learning and relationship building is the focus," stated James Edwards, CEO of Carenection and Language Access Network (LAN), the event's sponsors. "We listened to our clients and built an experience around their needs and desires. We didn't want to be the only people to benefit and keep it captive, so we are sharing it with the industry to promote the most open and honest idea exchange while providing a tremendous amount of value to attendees."
The list of keynote speakers includes the following industry leaders and pioneers:
- Bart Demaerschalk, MD, Professor in the Department of Neurology at the Mayo Clinic
- Darren Dworkin, CIO, Cedars Sinai Medical Center
- Gerald Kominski, PhD, Professor of Health Policy and Management at UCLA
- Jay Sanders, MD, CEO of The Global Telemedicine Group and Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins
- Lou Silverman, CEO, Advanced ICU Care
- Joe Peterson, MD, Chief Executive Officer & Director, Specialist On Call
- Elsa Velasquez Ward, BSN, Cultural Diversity Coordinator, Midland Memorial Hospital
- Cindy Roat, Supervisor of the Bilingual Patient Navigator Program at Children's Hospital in Seattle, Washington
CCC2015 is designed to be an intimate event to provoke discussion and promote connection and therefore attendance is limited to 100 people.
About the Connect. Communicate. Care. Conference
Sponsored by Language Access Network (LAN) and Carenection, the conference will bring together health care leaders from across the country to share best practices and give practical solutions to making on-demand health care a key part of any facility's service delivery model. Attendees will be able to meet with and learn from the experts, executives and providers who use all the latest systems and options in health care technology for the hospital, clinic or in-home setting.
For more information on the conference, visit: http://www.LAN.us/Conference2015
About Language Access Network
LAN partners with some of the largest healthcare systems in the United States to provide immediate, reliable, secure, compliant, on-demand video interpreting for the Limited English Proficient and Deaf and Hard of Hearing patient populations. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in more than 200 languages, LAN helps speed diagnoses, improve outcomes and drive patient and provider satisfaction. LAN's medically trained, language-center-based interpreters are available at the push of a button to help clients connect, communicate and care.
For more information on Language Access Network, visit: http://www.lan.us
Carenection is a comprehensive end-to-end telehealth solutions partner that brings together best-in-breed technology, hardware, network infrastructure and consulting services to provide real-time access to critical health care resources in order to improve outcomes, reduce costs and enhance satisfaction for patients and providers. With over 40,000 encounters per month, Carenection is the most widely used telehealth delivery network in the U.S.
For more information on Carenection, visit: http://www.carenection.com
CONTACT: Dori Jennings 614-468-6043
Source: Language Access Network