24 Aug, 2017

“Emergency Medicine Was A Journey” – Emergency Medicine’s Evolution With John D’Angelo MD, Northwell Health


As digital transformation continues to emerge in the healthcare industry, new trends develop.

At Healthcare Providers Transformation Assembly earlier this year, we discussed the health care trends that business leaders in this industry face currently. Trends under the spotlight included Telehealth, Individualized Treatment, and Artificial Intelligence.

Millennium Live was present at the event and sat down with several members who attended the program, in order to dive a little deeper into how healthcare is evolving and what their personal views are on different matters.

We previously shared a video starring Giovanni Piedimonte, MDChairman, Pediatric Institute & President, CCHR, Cleveland Clinic, who discussed health evolution and even gave advice to healthcare leaders facing the digital transformation wave.

Next up, is an exclusive video interview of John D’Angelo MD of Northwell Health. You can view it below.

In the interview, John focused primarily on emergency medicine, his healthcare transformation, and how he ended up where he is now. John also discussed the demand that emergency medicine faces, and how that affects hospitals.

You can view the rest of the interview using the link above, to learn more about:

  • Improving patient experience, with digital elements expanding hospital services.
  • Thinking about how business is conducted within the emergency department of hospitals, to value every patient.
  • The patient flow that brings a care team to the “front door”, instead of traditional methods.
  • How digital technology has impacted healthcare.

…and more!

Thanks to John for giving us great insight in this edition of Millennium Live, and joining us for this interview. Continue to follow Digital Diary to receive first-hand information from assembly members filmed at Healthcare Providers Transformation Assembly.


John D’Angelo, MD, is responsible for emergency medicine services, with oversight for emergency departments (EDs) throughout Northwell Health. He works closely with ED directors to integrate and standardize clinical care across the health system.

An emergency physician for 16 years, Dr. D’Angelo joined Northwell in 2000 as an attending physician in the Glen Cove Hospital Emergency Department and was appointed chair of the department in 2005. He was instrumental in spearheading Northwell’s sepsis initiative to identify patients with this potentially fatal condition at an earlier stage in Northwell’s emergency departments and implement aggressive treatment measures.

Dr. D’Angelo has also served as clinical sponsor for the Allscripts Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS) project at Northwell, coordinating all phases of enterprise  design, including the creation of a best-practice emergency department workflow incorporated across all Northwell’s emergency departments. He led the EDIS project through successful  go-lives at Staten Island University Hospital’s North and South campuses and Glen Cove Hospital.

Previously, Dr. D’Angelo was an attending physician and medical director of emergency medical services at Holyoke Hospital in Massachusetts and medical director of the hospital’s occupational health clinic. He also worked as an emergency medicine physician at Melrose Wakefield Hospital (Massachusetts), Williamsport Hospital (Pennsylvania) and Bloomsburg Hospital (Pennsylvania).

Dr. D’Angelo received his medical degree from Stony Brook University and completed a residency in emergency medicine at Geisinger Medical Center.


Healthcare Providers Transformation AssemblyThe Millennium Alliance is pleased to announce that application for our bi-annual Healthcare Providers Transformation Assembly is now open. Join leaders from North America’s leading Health Systems at The Ritz-Carlton in Dallas, TX to discuss how the industry is adapting to a healthcare customer-centric transformation.

Emergency care will continue to be important. Healthcare players must pay attention to what the patient needs. This can be done by adapting to new digital technology tools that transform hospitals to be innovative and interactive with patients.

Through a series of executive education roundtables, keynote presentations, collaborative think tanks, educational workshops, and networking sessions offering insight into industry-specific topics and trends, will help you stay one step ahead.

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