This year’s summit was one of our best to date since it allowed us to obtain a considerable amount of valuable industry expertise from our highly-regarded speakers…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB)
May 11, 2017
Intermedix Corporation brought over 400 physicians and disaster preparedness officials from the local, state and federal levels to Nashville this week for the company’s 2017 summit conference which took place Tuesday through Thursday at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.
Each year, Intermedix organizes this three-day event which includes numerous networking opportunities, breakout sessions to exchange pioneering ideas and information sessions that focus on various timely and pertinent subjects within the overall health and safety ecosystem.
“The summit is our annual opportunity to strengthen relationships and directly interact with our respected industry leaders,” said Joel Portice, CEO of Intermedix. “This year, we were particularly proud to engage in sessions where experts shared how innovative practices, such as big data utilization, machine learning and simulation-based planning, can support civilians, patients and various communities when it comes to emergency medicine and preparedness.”
The overall goal of the summit is to have industry experts equip attendees with knowledge and best practices that will enhance their business operations moving forward.
Presentations and panel discussions covered relevant and timely topics such as how medical surges were monitored during the 2016 World Series, why and how resources should be applied to building community disaster coalitions and how a data science approach can assist hospital clinical staff in the early detection of sepsis. Other noteworthy sessions included how telemedicine, an emerging…