JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (July 24, 2020)—Forcura, a health technology company that enables safer patient care transitions along the care continuum, announces its first-ever user conference, taking place as a key component of the Forcura CONNECT Summit on Aug. 28, 2020. The Forcura Users Conference is a unique virtual event for Forcura customers and partners to come together to learn more about how the Forcura platform supports continuity of care and provider relationship management through workflow, care team collaboration and interoperability solutions.

The hour-long segment of the Forcura Users Conference begins at noon EDT on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020, and features the following content from Forcura’s presenters:

  • A fireside chat with Forcura CTO Joe Held on the latest technology trends including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources), interoperability and analytics 
  • An overview of Forcura’s cutting-edge technology innovations, including upcoming products, presented by Annie Erstling, Chief Strategy Officer, Deb Buenaflor, Senior Director of Product Innovation, and Ryan Plummer, Product Manager
  • A panel discussion with all speakers, joined by Windy Adams, VP of Partnerships, to discuss how Forcura helps providers connect and collaborates across sectors to improve operations and patient care

“The Forcura Connect Summit, much like our technology, is designed to bring together leaders across the acute and post-acute health care sectors to share conversation and ideas to empower better patient care,” said Forcura Chief Strategy Officer Annie Erstling. “The User Conference component to this summit allows us to showcase how the current Forcura platform and future roadmap is supporting our clients.”

All attendees of the Forcura Connect summit including the media are welcome to attend the Forcura Users Conference. For more information and to register, please visit forcura.com/connectsummit.

Through Aug.28, 2020, the $50 attendance fee from each completed registration will be donated to United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.