STL Communications is co-sponsoring this years Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network- Technical Conference. This year will mark the tenth year for ICAHN ‘s Technical Conference, and will be held Thursday, March 28, 2013 in Springfield, Illinois. The conference is co-sponsored by STL Communications, and Springfield Electric.
This year our Vice President of Sales and Marketing Al Danklefsen is also a featured presenter of the conference. Al will be presenting: “Maximize Your Legacy Phone System.” Healthcare organizations must make do with the legacy phone systems they have and still provide an avenue for growth, communications to outside clinics, consult hospitals, and users within the organization. It is important to maximize the overall value of what is installed and working, protect the system from failure, and make sure of maximum up time. Mr. Danklefsen will share how your critical care hospital can reduce the monthly spend for maintenance and still be ready for the future of communications.
With 25 years of experience solving problems for small to large healthcare organizations, Mr. Danklefsen has positioned himself as an improvement expert in hospital communication technology. As a member of the Health Information Management System Society (HIMSS) and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Mr. Danklefsen’ knowledge and experience in the industry uniquely qualifies him to show healthcare organizations how to improve patient, physician, nurse, and staff satisfaction through better communication.
STL Communications, Inc has been providing communication solutions to healthcare for almost 25 years. With participation in rural health care associations in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, and Missouri, they know how to equip and maintain a hospital communications infrastructure. STL Communications is also a member of the National Rural Healthcare Association and serves the needs of this industry around the country.
This conference is designed for CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CNOs, IT leadership, and other senior management. IT staff is welcome, but the topics presented will be non-technical in nature.
Senior leaders may not be handling IT helpdesk calls, but they have had to deal with a variety of very important technology-related issues that impact the strategic direction ofthe organization. This conference is intended to assist organizational senior leaders with better understanding different technical aspects of healthcare-related technology. By better understanding the foundational aspects of the technology, it will help leaders in their decision-making opportunities.