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A positive distraction: How digital content can improve patient experience & care in children’s hospitals
Pediatric patients—and their families—can feel a heightened level of stress in unfamiliar hospital settings. But when creative digital content is incorporated in patient rooms and other areas of the healthcare facility, it can proactively help reduce anxiety, offer familiar comforts of home, and foster a calm environment for providing the best possible care. Backed by a growing body of research, digital positive distraction has wide-reaching positive impacts on patient experience and care interactions in the hospital.

Join us for practical tips and creative use cases of how digital positive distraction can help pediatric patients, their families and your clinicians.

Oct 5, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Austin Winberg
Director of Clinical Outcomes @SONIFI Health
Austin leads the SONIFI Health clinical team in developing patient education and engagement strategies, as well as identifying and meeting organizational and clinical goals with SONIFI Health customers.
Heather Hallett
Vice President of Customer Success @SONIFI Health
Heather leads the SONIFI Health customer success team in developing long-term relationships as trusted advisors to leading hospitals, health systems and providers of care.
Ashely Nelson
Enterprise Director of Patient Experience @Sanford Health
Ashley leads Sanford Health’s commitment to enhance the patient experience, bringing experience as a pediatric nurse and clinical nurse educator to her role for the healthcare organization.
Riley Theel
Director of Guest Services, Valet, Electronic and Technical Services, and Communications @Sanford Health
Riley leads Sanford Health’s communications and electronic and technical services teams, including inpatient technology used to improve the patient experience across the organization.
Brittney Nathan, CCLS
Program Development Specialist @Sanford (fit)
Brittney uses her prior experience as a Certified Child Life Specialist to lead development of whole-health materials for the Sanford Children's Health and Fitness Initiative (fit).