Access the on-demand webinar to learn how you can build on your cloud migration strategy and modernize your infrastructure with Corepoint as a service. Leaders from the Rhapsody product and services teams share how Corepoint as a service helps you achieve system resiliency, security, and speed with the same easy-to-use, best in KLAS® integration engine that you know and love – deployed on AWS with Rhapsody experts managing the infrastructure.
- An introduction to the Corepoint cloud offering
- How the Rhapsody team keeps Corepoint as a service up-to-date, available, and secure
- What it takes to migrate integrations from on-prem to an ‘as a service’ offering
Meet the speakers:
Jim Sdoia, vice president of product management, Rhapsody
Jim leads the Rhapsody product management organization, focusing on product strategy and determining what products to build. Jim entered healthcare IT 9 years ago. His experiences include building and scaling interoperability solutions and healthcare networks, as well as delivering clinical and financial workflows involving computer provider order entry (CPOE), medication management, lab, and imaging.
Travis Good, director of strategic services, Rhapsody
Travis is responsible for launching and leading strategic services at Rhapsody. His focuses include solving common roadblocks for customers, defining and executing the strategy behind migrating customers to the Rhapsody cloud, and optimizing the customer onboarding process. Travis has over 20 years experience spanning breadth of sectors and technologies with expertise in delivering significant outcomes predominantly through transformative leadership style and proactive, customer-centric focus.
Shelley Wehmeyer, director of product marketing, Rhapsody
Shelley dedicates her career to simplifying the complexities of health and social care delivery around the world with technology. Whether in the context of navigating the requirements of a new market, launching a new product, or enabling client-facing teams and clients on product strategy, the most rewarding part of Shelley’s experience is the ability to bring together cross-functional, cross-organizational teams to a common goal—doing what is best for the patient and the clinician.