Overview
Join VitalHub and Sunnyside Home on November 5th at 1:00 PM (EST)
…to discover how senior care organizations like yours are responding to the industry’s growing pressure to do more with less, by mobile enabling their frontline staff for better care quality outcomes.
Enhance frontline staff productivity with the DOCit mobile app for long-term care:
DOCit is an innovative tasks, workflow and documentation mobile app designed with long-term care innovators to help long-term care frontline staff focus on care delivery and quality.
In this webinar, you will learn how Sunnyside Home uses DOCit to:
  • Improve coding accuracy & data quality
  • Save time & money
  • Improve staff satisfaction and productivity
  • Enhance interdisciplinary communication
  • Improve workload planning, analytics and coordination
“We want staff to have more time to get to know residents and be able to create opportunities on a daily basis for them to feel joy and purpose. This app will help enhance clinical care and emotional care for the people who live here.”
– Julie Wheeler, Administrator, Sunnyside Home
Date & Time

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (EST)

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Presenters

Andre Vandenberk

Chief Innovation Officer, VitalHub Corp.

Andre brings that rare combination of proficiency in both strategic and tactical sides of IT and healthcare to his role as Chief Innovation Officer at VitalHub. Andre is responsible for driving the innovation and progressive design of the VitalHub product platform with 35+ years of knowledge and leadership experience. In the 1980s, Andre studied business at the University of Western Ontario and computer science at the University of Alberta.In 1994, he left to do healthcare consulting until assuming the role of President of The Oak Group in February, 1996. The Oak Group produces a clinical decision support and process control software system, The MCAP System, for use by hospitals and health insurers.

Julie Wheeler

Administrator, Sunnyside Home

Julie is the Administrator for Sunnyside Home. In this role, Julie is responsible for managing the day to day operations for the Region of Waterloo’s 263 bed Long-Term Care Home. Julie holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Gerontology from the University of Guelph, her Masters Certificate in Healthcare Management from York University’s Schulich School of Business and has completed the OANHSS Administrator Leadership Program. Julie has worked in health services and not for profit management and served as the Executive Director for the Alzheimer Society of Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge prior to joining the Region as Manager of Community Programs in 2012. Julie is a passionate advocate for advancing the care of persons who are living with a dementia, Julie has participated on numerous steering committees and advisory tables at the regional and provincial level. Julie and her husband Trevor have two daughters, Georgia and Maeson.