BOSTON – Cohealo, a platform for health systems to track and share medical equipment, today announced that its chief executive officer, Todd Rothenhaus, will present at the OR Business Manager Conference in Miami, Florida at the end of January. The speaking session, “The Art of Sharing: Maximizing Perioperative Equipment Utilization” will outline how health systems can stretch capital dollars and improve access to equipment by sharing resources between facilities. The speaking session is part of the finance track within the conference and will provide practical insight into how to safely share medical equipment and quantify the impact of a sharing initiative. Cohealo is available for further questions during exhibiting hours at booth 17.
The OR Business Management Conference is the main educational conference for operating room business managers, directors, and perioperative professionals and leaders to learn about the latest best practices in business operations and management.
Who: Todd Rothenhaus, M.D. is the chief executive officer at Cohealo, where he leads the company’s overall product and growth strategy. Prior to Cohealo, he was SVP and CMO at athenahealth, where he led the company’s network knowledge division, population health management service, and the athenaClinicals EHR, the company’s second largest ($300MM) service. Prior to joining athenahealth, he was chief information officer at Steward Health Care, the largest community-based health system in New England. Prior to Steward, he was an attending physician in Boston’s busiest emergency department, and assistant professor at Boston University School of Medicine.
When: Todd’s session will be held on January 28th at 2pm-3pm EST in the Florida Ballroom
Bonaventure Resort & Spa
250 Racquet Club Rd
Weston, FL 33326
How: To schedule a meeting with Todd, please email email@example.com or stop by booth 17 during exhibit hall hours.
To learn more about Cohealo, visit https://cohealo.com/
To learn more about OR Business Manager Conference, visit https://www.orbusinessmanagementconference.com/
Based in Boston, Cohealo finds savings for health systems by increasing the utilization of their medical equipment through proactive data analytics and equipment sharing. With deeper insights into equipment usage, hospitals can pinpoint redundant equipment, opportunities for rental avoidance, and ways to share equipment between facilities. As the program scales within a health system, the network effect drives increasing levels of savings by reducing redundant purchases and decreasing rental expense. Cohealo has been named to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies List and CNBC’s Disruptor 50 and is recognized as the first solution of its type to bring the sharing economy to healthcare.