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Reducing Physician Burnout
Staffing shortages and increased health system costs due to agency staffing all stem from the same cause, physician burnout and nurse burnout. Providers are leaving their jobs out of frustration. They are worn out. Those that are hanging on are desperately looking for relief. There is no silver bullet to reducing burnout however, a source of burnout that has been around for over a decade is the EMR. Providers spend as much as twice the amount of time behind the keyboard as they do in front of patients. The AMA is calling "fixing the EMR" a national imperative. The National Academy of Medicine sent out a call for a commitment from health systems to address clinician burnout.
Nebraska Medicine partnered with Redpoint Summit to solve many of these problems through the creation of a platform that leverages AI to identify EMR usage patterns and tailor the EMR experience for each user at scale through automation. We identify the clinician's EMR usage fingerprint via AI. With this unique fingerprint, we are able to identify patterns of usage and build streamlined workflows for each user. Redpoint Summit has the vision of healthcare simplified through digital transformations and the mission of reducing burnout, increasing satisfaction, and improving efficiency within healthcare through insight & understanding.
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Chuck Schneider is the CEO & founder at Redpoint Summit overseeing the mission to build innovative and secure products that clients can’t stop talking about. He is a healthcare software expert with over 25 years of experience in healthcare software development and leadership.
Prior to Redpoint Summit, Chuck was Vice President of cloud application platforms at Cerner. Chuck was one of the first 20 software developers that created Cerner’s PowerChart EMR. He created and later led the local and global teams which produced the largest ordering system in the world at the time called PowerOrders. Chuck drove the creation of the medication process, ePrescribing, mobile development and other major core EMR functionality. Chuck has 11 US patents in healthcare software.
Schneider maintains a deep commitment and passion to providing exciting and meaningful products to Redpoint Summit clients. Chuck holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Iowa State University and a Global Healthcare Executive Leadership Certificate from Bloch Executive University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Chuck Schneider, Founder, CEO
Brian Lancaster is a co-founder and board member of Redpoint Summit. He is currently the chief information officer for Children's Mercy Kansas City. He has more than 20 years’ experience driving transformational improvements for healthcare providers and vendors.
Brian's expertise comes from a unique blend of provider and vendor roles that includes leading the technology strategy at UNMC and Nebraska Medicine to achieve the HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award, HIMSS Level 7, and Most Wired recognition working with Epic. While at Cerner Corporation, he was the executive over the product and business strategies for Cerner’s Electronic Medical Record and Population Health product lines where he was a recognized innovator that was awarded several patents.
Brian Lancaster, Co-Founder, Board Member
Mike Antonelli is the Chief Technology Officer at Redpoint Summit and is passionate about simplifying technology for end-users. He has integrated across and among vendors that make up the clinical and consumer healthcare experience.
Before this role, Mike spent more than 10 years contributing to Cerner Corporation's products and platforms. He brought several new products to market, including the telemedicine platform that supports millions globally. Mike lead enterprise adoption of new technology that improved product quality and delivery through a focus on problems that never go away: reliability, security, and user experience. He is committed to making interoperability meaningful and delivering products where users need them when they need them.
Mike has a degree in Computer Science from Indiana University, and a US patent for integrated real-time video in healthcare.
Mike Antonelli, Chief Technology Officer
Michael Ash, MD is a co-founder and advisor for Redpoint Summit. He currently is an executive vice president and chief operating officer for Nebraska Medicine. He also serves as vice chancellor of Information and Technology for the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC).
In his dual role, Dr. Ash oversees information technology, information security, quality, safety and clinical effectiveness. He also has responsibilities for Marketing, Patient Experience, Process Improvement and Telehealth.
Dr. Ash has more than 20 years of experience in health information technology. His experience includes several positions with Cerner Corporation, including chief medical officer and vice president for physician strategy and innovation. Prior to Cerner, Dr. Ash practiced as an internal medicine physician. Dr. Ash graduated with a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy and went on to earn his medical degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He completed his internal medicine residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
During his career, Dr. Ash has been granted a dozen technology patents ranging from health forecasting to management of complex order sets.
Michael Ash, MD, Co-Founder, Advisor
Scott Raymond serves as the vice president and chief information and innovation officer for Nebraska Medicine. In his dual role, he oversees information technology and innovation.
With 27 years of health care experience ranging from hands-on critical care to strategic operations, Raymond possesses the ability to understand how health care impacts patient care and how culture enables greatness.
Raymond has expertise in enterprise change management, digital, cyber security, clinical informatics, and contract negotiations that generate significant operational savings. Having implemented Epic, an electronic medical record system, at six hospitals and multiple ambulatory clinics, he has also consulted on a variety of health care start-ups.
To stay close to the business, and remain focused to provide quality patient care, Raymond maintains an active nursing license. He holds a master’s degree in health care administration and informatics and a bachelor’s degree in nursing. He is ITIL, Lean Leader and Facilitative Leadership Certified.
Scott Raymond, Board Member
Angela Gifford is a Senior Product Manager at Redpoint Summit. She has 10 years of experience in the healthcare software industry.
Prior to Redpoint, Angela was a Senior Portfolio Leader at Cerner Corporation. Angela managed a span of 12 agile teams concurrently, which included both local and global teams working on Mobile and Web Development. Angela is passionate about driving change and is always looking for ways to become more efficient through process improvements.
Angela holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Emporia State University. She also maintains several certifications including her Project Management Professional through PMI and Certified Scrum Master through Scrum Alliance.
Angela Gifford, Senior Product Manager
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