2016 Summit Agenda - Dallas

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Dallas CHIME/AEHIS LEAD Forum Event

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

8:00 am
Registration Opens
8:15 am
Welcome and Opening Remarks
8:30 – 9:15 am
Opening Presentation
Predictive Medicine and Predicting Clinical Outcomes and Disease Prevention
William Paiva, PhD, Executive Director, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Systems Innovation
9:15–10:15 am
Security & Data Protection: High Tech & High Touch
Threats to the privacy and security of patient information top the list of issues keeping the healthcare C-suite awake at night. Health systems are moving from the traditional reactive approach to data security strategy to a proactive one, embodied in a new C-suite title: the Chief Information Security Officer or CISO. CISOs are beginning to combine the heretofore split functions of security and privacy, balancing technology analytics, mobile and medical device initiatives with people-oriented  approaches like employee education. This session will describe a multi-pronged approach to cybersecurity that engages the entire health system ranging from IT firewalls to third-party security services and workforce education.
Moderator: Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics
John Delano, CISSP, CISM, AVP, Chief Information Security Officer, Cook Children’s Health Care System
Spencer Hamons, CHCIO, FACHE, Regional Chief Information Officer, NetApp Healthcare Division
Joshua Spencer, CPHIMS, CISSP
Chief Information Security Officer
Associate Vice President, Information Security
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Jeff Fisher, Director, Healthcare Solutions, Perficient
10:15 - 10:45 am
Solution Spotlight
Digital Health Technology: Reshaping the Future of Patient Engagement and Health Outcomes
The digital revolution is upon us, markedly changing the healthcare landscape and shaping the future of how we can better engage and empower patients to improve health outcomes. Through wearables and other emerging technologies, today’s connected digital devices enable us not only to improve overall wellness, but also to improve day-to-day treatment management for seniors and patients with chronic conditions. Doctors are able to stay closely connected to patients—whether at home or on the go—and ensure that treatments are working outside of the traditional healthcare setting and that patients are complying with treatment. Explore the impact—current and potential—of digital mobile technology and learn about why it’s a true game changer for the future of healthcare.
Reid Estreicher, Business Development Sr. Manager, Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
10:45 – 11:30 am
Morning Network Break
11:30 - 12:30 pm
Healthcare Informatics Innovator Award Case Study - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Health System
For more than a decade, Healthcare Informatics has honored those at the forefront of healthcare IT innovation with its Innovator Awards signature issue. Indeed, the Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Program recognizes leadership teams from patient care organizations—hospitals, medical groups, integrated health systems, and other healthcare organizations—that have effectively deployed information technology in order to improve clinical, administrative, financial, or organizational performance.
Learn how at UT Southwestern,  clinician, clinical informatics, IT, analytics, and administrative leaders have come together to create an Ambulatory Quality Outcomes (AQO) Project that is improving processes and outcomes across 40 medical specialties, and using rapid-cycle improvement processes to improve care delivery and care management, physician collaboration, and the capability to participate in meaningful quality outcomes benchmarking. All of this is being supported by intensive development work on the part of IT and analytics leaders at the organization.
Moderator: Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics
Mark Rauschuber, MHA, CHCIO, CPHIMS, Associate Vice President and CIO, Health System Information Resources,
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Duwayne Willett, MD,
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Jason Fish, MD, MSHS, MS-MAS, Assistant Vice President of Ambulatory Quality / Deputy CMIO, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Vaishnavi Kannan, Clinical Decision Support Specialist, UT Southwestern Health System
Deepa Bhat, Director, Health System Quality Performance Measurement & Analytics, UT Southwestern Medical Center
12:30 – 1:45 pm
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Lunch will be served on the exhibit floor so make sure to stop by the vendor booths to learn which solutions can provide better care and service.
1:45 - 2:30 pm
Solutions Spotlight:  Presented by InterSystems
A New Model for Health Collaborations
A continual challenge for healthcare providers is overcoming the fragmentation of data between EHRs and the lack of interoperability to support engagement and management across the patient care team.  Join us to discover how leading healthcare organizations around the globe use successful interoperability to engage patients, enhance care management, and transform the way they deliver care.  Hear success stories about how these organizations are forging new and different levels of care management to improve the patient experience of care and outcomes.
M. Turner Billingsley, MD, FACEP, CMO, InterSystems
2:30 -3:30 pm
Analytics in Action
Presenting relevant information to providers during the course of care is a primary goal of biomedical informatics. This talk will discuss some of the principles of clinical informatics, the importance of developing meaningful human-computer interactions to reduce complexity and increase focus, and a prototype tool in use at the Mayo Clinic to support busy primary care providers.
Timothy Miksch, Applied Clinical Informatics, Mayo Clinic
3:30 - 4:00pm
Networking Break
4:00 - 4:20 pm
T2 Talk
Virtual TeleHealth
Mari Robinson, Director of Telehealth, Department of Healthcare Innovations, UTMB
4:20 - 5:20 pm
Telehealth: New Platform for Population Health
Telehealth has not only matured in recent years, it’s also become integral to care and wellness for managing population health across regions and the community. New cloud-based, mobile telehealth solutions are emerging that integrate the data across the continuum using diagnostic quality input from acute-care devices, high-resolution imaging, secure video conferencing and simultaneous health-data streaming—all in a portable tablet. This session will address the newly emerging telehealth paradigm that incorporates anytime, anywhere diagnostics and communications across the continuum of care.
Moderator: Mark W. Stevens, Principal, ARRAHealth Consulting, Inc.
Billy U. Philips, Jr. PhD, MPH, Executive Director,
TexLa Telehealth Resources
Mari Robinson, Director of Telehealth, Department of Healthcare Innovations,
Julie Hall-Barrow, EdD, Vice President, Virtual Health and Innovation, Children's Health System of Texas
5:20 - 6:30 pm
Cocktail Reception
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Leadership Dinner
Healthcare Informatics is hosting this private dinner to wrap up the first day of the Health IT Summit. Guests include program attendees, speaker faculty and other participating senior healthcare leaders. As the dinner is a casual affair, we will be enjoying fine wine, cocktails, a wonderful dinner, and great company! Dinner will not feature long winded presentations but will be spent getting to know your peers, learning more about industry challenges and concerns so we all can better serve the community and help to improve the quality of our healthcare system.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

8:30 -9:15 am
Opening Presentation 
EHR Optimization-Where Are We Going?
The goal of this presentation is to share insights on investments and efforts needed to optimize an EHR platform to deliver organization value in a changing healthcare environment.
Luis Saldaña, MD, MBA, FACEP, Chief Medical Information Officer, Texas Health Resources
9:15 - 10:15 am
Population Health Strategies to Improve Outcomes and Coordination of Care
In the current healthcare environment, most organizations are trying to determine how to make better use of data and analytics to lower cost, improve quality, assess risk, and better manage patient populations. Panelists will discuss strategies to improve outcomes and coordination of care with analytics; explore how to use data analytics and population health management tools to deliver positive ROI; and develop a strategy to coordinate care with patient data across acute and ambulatory care settings for PHM.
Moderator: Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics
Tricia Nguyen, MD,
Executive Vice President for Population Health, President of the Texas Health Population Health, Education & Innovation Center,
Texas Health Resources
Timothy Miksch,
Applied Clinical Informatics,
Mayo Clinic
Peter Roberts,
Executive Vice President, Population Health and Network Development, 
Children’s Medical Center, Dallas
Geoffrey N. Swanson, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Propel Health
Grayling Yarbrough, MHA, Director of Operations, Population Health, CHRISTUS Health
10:15 - 10:45 am
Networking Break
10:45 - 11:30 am
T2 Talk
Creating a Talent Pipeline: Addressing the Skills Gap in Healthcare Through Apprenticeship
This session will provide an overview of the skills gap that currently exists within the healthcare sector and how the AHIMA Foundation’s Registered Apprenticeship Program may help to bridge this gap.
William J.  Rudman, PhD, RHIA, Executive Director,  AHIMA Foundation, Vice President of Education Visioning, American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
11:30- 1:00 pm
Luncheon Panel
Workforce Development
**Attendees will break for lunch at 11:30 and return to the room with their lunch for the final session beginning promptly at 12:00***.
Moderator: Mark W. Stevens, Principal, ARRAHealth Consulting, Inc.
William J.  Rudman, PhD, RHIA,
Executive Director,  AHIMA Foundation,
Vice President of Education Visioning,
American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
Leanne Field,
Distinguished Senior Lecturer in the College of Natural Sciences and Department of Molecular Biosciences at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)
1:00 pm
Closing Remarks