|Tuesday, July 18, 2017|
Join your fellow attendees for a coffee and light breakfast before our opening keynote.
The Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) work best as a team. Typically, the CMIO is involved in all facets of the clinical implementations and best practices and the CIO is focused on budget, IT infrastructure, including security and regulations. However, the CIO and CMIO roles continue to overlap in many areas as technology implementation continue to grow in institutions across the country. Join our panelists to discuss:
In today’s digital healthcare world, the ways of doing business and delivering care have fundamentally changed, yet we still need to do more. Join our speaker to learn how your organization can correlate patient data to increase patient safety and reduce sentinel events. Topics include:
Advancing Your Telehealth Strategy to Deliver Value-Based Care, Better Serve At-Risk Populations and Increase Efficiency
Telehealth solutions are rapidly advancing and provide tremendous opportunities for providers to deliver care in a way they never have before. As legislative hurdles are crossed and new technology emerges more providers are using telehealth solutions in their population health strategies, to create new lines of service, provide value-based care and increase the number of patients they are able to serve.
Panelists will share how they use telehealth solutions in their systems, how they implemented the solutions, the opportunities they see for growth and what you need to know to improve your telehealth strategy. Topics include:
Brian Wells has a long standing passion for engaging patients in their own healthcare as a means of significantly improving outcomes and reducing risks. Whether focused on preparation for surgery or compliance with chronic disease management, making it easy for providers to supply patients with simple to use mobile applications that are tailored to their needs is becoming a new requirement. Brian will discuss the challenges related to building meaningful patient engagement tools and briefly review several solutions.
Networking Lunch and Keynote Presentation: Healthcare Analytics: Enabling Payer/Provider Convergence Today and Tomorrow
Prime ACO improves the populations health by helping doctors and hospitals work together to prepare for future value-based reimbursement models. The Prime ACO leadership team will share their journey in assembling ACOs throughout the country.
Analytics tools provide us with unlimited potential to generate insights in the health of our populations and create more opportunities to deliver value-based care. The true winners of the population health movement will be those providers who clearly aggregate their data to improve medical knowledge at the point of care, but also contribute to revolutionary research-driven breakthroughs. Don't miss this engaging presentation on the use of informatics and expansive data sets to propel us into the golden age of research, as healthcare shifts from evidence-based practice to practice-based medicine. Panelists will discuss tools and techniques they are using to collect data, create actionable intelligence to identify at-risk populations and improve patient outcomes. Topics include:
Mazhar Jaffry, Chief Operating Officer, Prime Accountable Care LLC
John Middleton, Vice President and Chief Medical Information Officer, SCL Health
Alex Veletsos, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Together Health Network, Together Health Network
Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics
Gerry Petratos, Chief Executive Officer, Hiteks
The State of Colorado is a leader in healthcare innovation at the state and local level. Join our Innovation Power Hour speakers to learn about technology and innovation initiatives from the Governor's office, a local health system and from the physician’s perspective. Each panelist will give a brief presentation on innovation from their organization's perspective and join in a group Q&A after the presentations.
Join your fellow attendees at the end of the day to toast what you've learned and the new connections you've made.
The Cybersecurity Forum, at the Health IT Summit, brings together experts in healthcare IT security and privacy issues to discuss key trends in the IT security/privacy sphere, and the top challenges facing the leaders of patient care organizations in this critical area.
Among the many topics our forums will cover are: the latest updates on new IT security threats emerging in healthcare; strategies that have proven effective in patient care organizations on the leading edge; and case studies of pioneering hospitals, medical groups, and health systems, in IT security and privacy.
|Wednesday, July 19, 2017|
This session will feature insights on the current threat landscape from our nation's top healthcare focused threat data sharing organization. The NH-ISAC is the official healthcare information sharing and analysis center, offering non-profit and for-profit healthcare stakeholders a community and forum for sharing cyber and physical security threat indicators, best practices and mitigation strategies.
All hospital systems and networks - large and small - can be targets of cybercrime, yet, financial resources are declining and the pressures to increase efficiencies are top of mind. Creating a culture of cybersecurity in the workplace enables hospitals and medical centers to be resistant and resilient, and manage and mitigate cybersecurity risk across the enterprise. Experts will discuss:
Michael Mercer, Chief Security Officer, Denver Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice
Brian Sterud, Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Faith Regional Health Services
Sheryl Rose, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Catholic Health Initiatives
David Finn, Health Information Technology Officer, Symantec
Mitch Parker, Executive Director, Information Security and Compliance, Indiana University Health
Many healthcare organizations have continued to approach cybersecurity as they always have. As a result, many organizations lack personnel and budget to have effective cybersecurity programs. This session describes how you can transform your organization’s cybersecurity program with a "whole of organization” approach. Our speaker will:
It is difficult to protect what you cannot see. Connected medical devices pose a great safety and reputational threat to healthcare organizations, yet few have visibility into all of the devices on their own networks. With more than 30% of all medical devices now connected to the network, new cyber attack entry points emerge every day.
This session will:
The healthcare industry’s demand for cost efficiency, proliferation of healthcare data and concerns about security and ransomware paint a bleak picture for healthcare IT departments. How can they protect patient data, comply with regulations and keep costs down? It starts with IT Resilience. This session will address the five pain points of the healthcare IT department, and present how a resilient IT infrastructure can help avoid some of the most common pain points.
Improving Incident Response Strategies, Increasing Threat Data Sharing and When to Report Cyber Crimes
The growing number of serious attacks on essential cyber networks is one of the most serious economic and national security threats our nation faces. When providers are attacked they often don’t know what breach data has to be reported, when it has to be reported and how they could have engaged law enforcement and other entities pre-attack to better prepare for their response. Panelists will address how they have overcome barriers in information sharing and successfully shared threat data internally, how they have engaged law enforcement before attacks and how they have improved their incident response strategies by doing so. Topics include: