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May 18-20, 2020 | Cleveland, OH

Randy Jotte

Emergency Physician, Physician Advisor
Washington University
Randy Jotte MD is a native St. Louisan and an emergency physician. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, attended Oxford University through a Fulbright Scholarship, and Harvard Medical School. He completed his emergency medicine residency in Washington, DC in a joint program administered by Georgetown University/George Washington University/University of Maryland. After nine years of service in Cleveland, Ohio where he served as Chair of Emergency Medicine at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, he and his wife Susan returned to St. Louis in 2001 when he accepted a position at Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes-Jewish Hospital. In addition to his work in the Emergency Department, he serves as Physician Consultant to the healthcare teams at BJC Behavioral Health and as a Physician Advisor to Barnes Jewish Hospital. His interests include health policy and facilitating efficient care, with particular involvement with the Familiar Faces, Hospital-to-Housing, and Complex Care Management pilots at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. He and his wife have two young adult sons.



Healthcare leaders at the forefront of the global patient experience movement will address which systems, tools and insights revolutionize the role of the patient and the caregiver. We’ll explore patient perspectives and clinical considerations to understand how empathy and innovation must be incorporated as integral pillars to deliver the best clinical, physical and emotional experience in healthcare.


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