Bringing the Power of Waggl to Health Care

Waggl’s own Co-Founder Adam Tanner is headed to Washington DC next week for the Strategic Internal Communications for Health Care Conference on September 26-28.



With the mission of empowering and engaging employees to drive change, align with culture, and collaborate with new tools and strategies, the Advanced Learning Institute (ALI) conference is a perfect place to introduce the power of Waggl to our peers in the Health Care industry.  We’re also looking forward to hearing about how New York Presbyterian Hospital, Piedmont Health, Orlando Health, and others are implementing new programs to help their staff deliver the best possible health care.

Adam will participate in an interactive speaker panel on Internal Communications Best Practices and Best Lessons Learned on Tuesday, September 27th, between 4:25-5:00 p.m.  “According to the Institute of Health Care Communications, communication amount healthcare team members influences the quality of working relationships, job safety, and profoundly impacts patient safety.” said Adam.  “Waggl is helping Health Care organizations to build and shape culture, define and drive strategy, facilitate learning and development, and more.”

“We’re excited to have Adam Tanner join us for this event,” said Erin Sherwood, Managing Director of the Advanced Learning Institute.  “We’ve been using Waggl as an engagement tool for over two years. Waggl has given us the ability to interact with our attendees before and after each conference giving them the opportunity to provide feedback in a fun and engaging way!”


Mention Waggl when you register and get $400 off!
  


If you happen to be at the conference, please stop by and say hello.  Waggl will also be used at the conference for a short pulse survey of attendees.  Be sure to participate and experience the crowdsourced, engaging process our pulses offer.

And if you aren’t attending, but would like more info about how Waggl is helping Health Care leaders to improve the patient experience and recognize caregivers, please contact us at [email protected].