5 Reasons to Attend a TigerConnect User Group Meeting

5 Reasons to Attend a TigerConnect User Group Meeting

After a successful East Coast User Group Meeting last year in Philadelphia, we’re coming back to the “city of brotherly love” on October 15th for a day of learning, collaborating and networking with the TigerConnect community. We’re also expanding, adding a West Coast User Group Meeting in San Jose, California, the heart of Silicon Valley on November 13th.

Here are 5 reasons why you should attend one of our user group meetings this year, and what you can expect when you get there:

  1. Learn About New TigerConnect Products and Features

    Discover how TigerConnect can help your facility unlock the full potential of a care team collaboration and communications platform. We have tons of newly released features that help empower care teams and improve patient care across the healthcare continuum. This year in particular, you’ll get a glimpse of the future of patient communication via video, voice and text.

  2. Make an Impact on the TigerConnect Product Roadmap

    Gain insight into TigerConnect’s innovative product roadmap and provide your feedback directly to our senior leadership team. We’re listening, and we want to hear from you how we can help you enjoy long-term success.

  3. Get a Glimpse into the Future of Connected Care

    Hear from Brad Brooks, CEO and co-founder at TigerConnect, as he shares his vision for the future of healthcare with a connected care network that will transform how care is delivered across the continuum. He’ll also share his vision for how to successfully bring patients into the conversation.

  4. Network With Like-minded Individuals

    During these annual gatherings, healthcare leaders from around the country share the innovative ways their organizations are using TigerConnect to drive success. Current clients and prospects alike will get the chance to attend informative presentations, participate in lively discussions, share their experiences, and learn from others.

    If you’re considering implementing a clinical communications platform, chances are that other attendees have had years of first-hand experience doing just that.

  5. Hear From Inspirational Keynote Speakers

    Healthcare’s best and brightest from across the country will be joining us to present at our East and West Coast User Group meetings. While our speakers may have different backgrounds, specialties and experiences, they all have one thing in common; they were able to leverage the TigerConnect care team collaboration and communications platform to make measurable improvements in their facility. The following speakers will be joining us in Philadelphia to tell their stories:

  • Matthew Fenty – Director of Innovation, St. Luke’s University Health Network
  • Dr. Maggie Allard, M.D., MPH – Medical Director of Population Health, Lowell Community Health Center
  • Dr. Jonathan Slotkin, M.D. – Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Geisinger Health System

We want you to join us and the TigerConnect community at an upcoming User Group Meeting! To justify your trip – we’ve crafted a letter that you can use, personalize, and send to your boss. Download the East Coast Justification Letter and/or the West Coast Justification Letter.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at an upcoming event!

Sarah brings 20+ years of experience in healthcare IT, overseeing client organizations at large-scale, global enterprise companies. At TigerConnect, Sarah will represent the collective voice of the company’s 5,000 customers, leading teams responsible for helping customers onboard and maximize their success with the expanding product portfolio.

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