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Un-complicating Healthcare IT

What Is A Magical End User Experience Worth?

May 9, 2017 11:49:00 AM Posted by Phil Stravers | Partner, V.P. Strategy & Development

What If Disney Ran Your Healthcare IT?

disney-castle.jpgWe recently published a pre-recorded webinar titled “What If Disney Ran Your IT?”.  In that webinar, we explore what creating a magical end user experience is worth. Using Disney as an example, we begin to unpack and explore how a focus on end user experience can drive positive results for your IT. If you are struggling to see the results from IT that you want for your organization or are frustrated with poor performing systems and ever rising costs, I think you will find these 50 minutes to be worth your time. Here are some examples of the “Disney-like” concepts that we unpack in this webinar:

  • How IT experience contributes to physician burnout
  • How IT experience impacts patients and their future spending
  • 2 common IT traps that lead to poor end user experience
  • What quality and enduring IT vision looks like
  • How the team makes the magic and leadership creates culture
  • How to leverage standards and managed services like cloud to create an environment for success

This isn’t a thinly veiled sales pitch. In this webinar, you will find information you can use today to begin to improve your end-user experience. So, don’t be afraid to fill out the form and download – no gimmicks or strings attached.  Thanks for watching and please feel free to engage with us on Facebook or LinkedIn if you have comments or questions. 


Phil Stravers | Partner, V.P. Strategy & Development

Phil Stravers, Partner and EVP of Strategy & Market Development at ICE Technologies, Inc. has been in consulting and management roles within the information technology industry for over 25 years and has spent more than 20 years helping hospitals and clinics “make IT work better”. Phil has had the opportunity to act as an Interim CIO for numerous hospitals which gives him a unique perspective on their challenges and associated solutions. Phil really enjoys sharing lessons learned and frequently presents at various hospital associations, HIMSS events and healthcare board rooms all over the country. In addition to his passion for improving Health IT, he loves baseball (die hard Cubs fan) and has spent more than 15 years coaching young baseball players. Phil lives in Pella, IA and often shares concepts learned from his background in coaching along with the Dutch farm culture and work ethic that his home town is known for.