Meet Our Featured Subject Matter Expert For Hospital Patient Flow
A Physician executive versed in medical management, risk management, clinical operations, and systems theory, with expert level leadership on patient flow throughout the entire hospital, patient safety and risk management, leadership development, change management and process improvement. He has been a featured Speaker on operational strategies for patient flow, patient satisfaction, quality, safety, LEAN methodologies, workflow redesign, change management, observation medicine, clinical integration, staff satisfaction, team building, project management, risk and error reduction, behavioral medicine and the psychology of waiting. Dr. Jensen is a Faculty member for IHI (the Institute for Healthcare Improvement), for Healthcare Leadership Master’s Program – Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and for ACHE (the American College of Healthcare Executives). Expert panel member, site examiner and Faculty Member for Urgent Matters (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation). View a select list of his publications and articles.
Meet Our Featured Subject Matter Expert for Healthcare System Staffing & Organizational Development
Dr. Iscovich is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Potentia Analytics. He serves on the Board of Directors of Office Works, a Healthcare staffing company as well as an Advisor to DASH Systems a Technology “Last Mile” Delivery Startup. He is also CEO of Inflexion LLC a consulting and advisory company and author of The Art Of Routine with broad experience in physician management, healthcare finance, healthcare technology, organizational development, and mergers & acquisitions.
Dr. Iscovich has served as an advisor to InTouch Health a Robotics and Telemedicine Company that recently was acquired by TeleDoc (TDOC) and as Chief Executive Officer of the Qualitas Group of Envision Healthcare and CEO of Envisions largest division, extending from Missouri to Hawaii where he created viable solutions for today’s Healthcare staffing issues. To learn more about Dr. Iscovich, click on the bio link or the link to a recent article on pg.15 in Voice Magazine, “Is Artificial Intelligence Improving Our Lives.”