Real Time Medical Webinar Speaker Bio

Margaret (Margie) Latrella, APN-C

Vice President, Clinical and Network Quality, Real Time Medical Systems | [email protected]

Margie brings 30+ years working as an acute care RN and cardiac APN in both hospital and physician practices to Real Time. Previously, she applied her clinical experience to her administrative role at St. Joseph’s Health, focusing on clinical programming, quality improvement interventions, and reporting for value-based programs. Margie demonstrated success in total cost of care savings in two-sided risk agreements, including MSSP ACO and CMS BPCI-A programs, by developing collaborative workflows and comprehensive care coordination necessary for success. She also led technology implementation to monitor patients in skilled nursing facilities, which played a major role in reduced readmissions and decreased length of stay in post-acute care facilities. Both physiological and social determinants of health were considered to ensure programming results in high quality outcomes across the continuum of care as patients transitioned from hospital to PAC and as they managed chronic and complex disease processes at home.

Phyllis Wojtusik, RN

EVP, Health System Solutions, Real Time Medical Systems | [email protected]

With over thirty-five years of health care experience, Phyllis draws on her experience as a Registered Nurse in acute care, ambulatory care, and post-acute care to bring vital input and client-side perspective into the development of Real Time’s Interventional Analytics solutions. A true expert in the field of long-term care, Phyllis is also an integral part of Real Time’s coordinated care effort, working to bring skilled nursing facilities and hospitals/health systems together for the benefit of the patient. 

Prior to joining Real Time Medical Systems, Phyllis led the development of a preferred provider SNF network for PENN Medicine Lancaster General Health. In this network she developed and implemented strategies that reduced total cost of care and readmissions while improving quality measures and patient outcomes. She utilized system approaches, clinical standards, and care management tactics to improve coordination and transition of care while reducing post-acute length of stay in a network of non-owned SNFs.

Phyllis speaks nationally and regionally on transitions of care, care coordination, and post-acute network development and management. Phyllis graduated from Lancaster General School of Nursing and Franklin and Marshal College with degrees in nursing and science.