Healthcare Technology

CIO Webinar: Leveraging Technology to Achieve the Quadruple Aim

As we continue our FQHC Knowledge Share Webinar series, this week, we hosted a session featuring Isaiah Nathaniel, CIO of Delaware Valley Community Health (DVCH), on how this Pennsylvania FQHC is tackling the Quadruple Aim to help combat provider burnout with technology and improve patient engagement. Hear Isaiah's vision for the positive role Health Information Systems (HIS) can play in empowering care teams and the success his team has seen with patient engagement tools especially their patient portal.

At DVCH which employs over 300 employees serving 48,873 patients across 8 locations, Isaiah is responsible for developing and executing the overall information system strategy in support of the business plan and strategic direction of the organization, specifically in the areas of security and maintenance of the IT network, integrated EHR, electronic practice management, and electronic dental record hardware and systems. 

Recommended attendees include FQHC Operations leaders, IT leaders as well Medial/Clinical leaders and professionals.


DVCH Webinar 2


  • Title: CIO Perspective: Leveraging Technology to Achieve the Quadruple Aim

  • Speaker: Isaiah Nathaniel, CIO of Delaware Valley Community Health (DVCH)



View presentation slides and listen to our recorded session below.

A few key topics covered in our Webinar including:

  1. The importance of Information Systems (IS) on an FQHC's organizational impact
  2. How to achieve balance between provider burnout and patient engagement
  3. DVCH's successful rollout of their Patient Portal


View the presentation slides here and watch our recorded session below:



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