NATCO Exhibitor Presentation
Driving Better Transplant Outcomes: Partnering with eHealth Technologies
Save Time. Drive down costs. Focus on quality.
Leveraging eHealth Technologies’ services to retrieve, format, and deliver health information allows transplant centers to more efficiently prepare and present patients at selection committee and manage waitlists. In this session, NACTO Annual Meeting attendees will learn the benefits of enhanced mapping of health data within Epic/Phoenix or Cerner/CareDX so that patient information is both useful and discoverable by end-users to provide a more comprehensive picture of candidates for transplant.
About the Speakers:
Caroline Schrader, MSN, RN started her nursing career working in Intensive Care and transferred to transplant upon completion of her master’s degree in nursing. Caroline has held many positions in transplant including nursing coordinator, quality coordinator, clinical analyst for software integration and most recently as a nurse manager. Caroline is the Subject Matter Expert on all questions related to transplant and transplant software integration.
Michelle Donowsky, RT(T), Executive Director of Clinical Optimization, brings over 25 years of clinical experience to her role. She plays an integral role in engaging with customers to understand their workflows and clinical needs, to execute a successful implementation of eHealth Technologies’ solutions. In addition, Michelle works closely with IT and R&D to drive software enhancement solutions/processes and new product development. Michelle’s background includes several roles at Eastman Kodak Company/Carestream Health including Worldwide Training Manager, Digital Imaging, and Worldwide Clinical Development Manager for the Kodak Oncology Business segment. She is also the founding partner of Onconcepts, LLC, a company specializing in international sales of radiation oncology imaging and QA equipment. Michelle received her degree in Radiation Therapy from the SUNY Health Science Center and worked in the field for 16 years, spending the majority of that time within the University of Rochester Health Network. Michelle’s ties to the world of oncology extend to her work with cancer related charities and hospice volunteer work.