OB leaders at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Baltimore, MD., describe PeriGen’s powerful EHR and fetal monitoring/surveillance technologies supporting healthier babies and their mothers in syndicated cable TV program “Today in America”. Hosted by Terry Bradshaw, listen as he speaks on the benefits of labor and delivery systems.
Articles & Interviews
PeriGen CEO Matt Sappern speaks on the following AIG summary report on hospital executive challenges. “We must all realize that financial sustainability and quality patient care are NOT mutually exclusive – they are in fact co-dependent.” To read Matt’s interview with AMN Healthcare Article, please click here. Download PDF.
On September 19, 2012, HIStalk.com interviewed PeriGen’s CEO, Matt Sappern. To read Matt’s interview with HIStalk.com, please click here.
On January 18, 2012, Executive Leaders Radio invited PeriGen’s new CEO, Matt Sappern, to participate in a short interview. Executive Leaders Radio is dedicated to honoring individuals who have risen to leadership roles through hard work and dedication. This highly popular radio program shares the stories and wisdom of leaders like Matt, with a diverse Continue Reading
Publication: Journal of Healthcare Risk Management Date: December 2007 Author: Larry L. Smith, JD and Dorothy Berry, RN, BSN, HRM, CPHRM Full Article (PDF) Abstract Following a catastrophic birth injury that occurred as a result of deviations from the expected standards of care, the OB Risk Reduction Task Force of a healthcare network identified criteria Continue Reading
Thirty-four EHR products received HHS certification from two of the three ONC-ATCBs, ending months of waiting by anxious eligible providers and hospitals, many of whom have put their EHR purchases on hold in order to ensure that they could meet Meaningful Use criteria. To achieve Meaningful Use, providers and healthcare organizations must use “certified EHR Continue Reading
Behind the nurses’ station on the labor and delivery floor of Cité-de-la-Santé sits a large screen displaying several graphs which appear in real time. These graphs do not represent the curves of stock market trends, but rather the heartbeats of the babies who will enter the world over the next few hours. Implementation of Continue Reading
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To the Editor: Re “Little Benefit Seen, So Far, in Electronic Patient Records” (Business Day, Nov. 16): Your article about electronic medical records, a cornerstone of proposed health care reform plans, suggests that the use of computerized records in hospitals has little impact on cost and quality of care. Electronic records by themselves may not Continue Reading