Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Todd Hjorth, Director of Decision Support, University of Kentucky Health
Dhrumil Shah, Chief Medical Information Officer, Compass Medical
Joan Papp, Medical Director, Office of Opioid Safety Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, MetroHealth System
Emily Mallar, Director, Care Management, Cayuga Area Plan / Preferred
Donna Vela, Business Partner Director, Finance, University of Kentucky Health
Following President Trump's declaration of the Opioid Crisis as a National Health Emergency, national initiatives have begun to take shape and receive a white-hot spotlight.
In the state of Ohio, and specifically in the Cleveland metropolitan area, opioid use has become rampant among certain patient groups.
This panel will attempt to address the concerns around opioid use, and how IT can be positioned to support better quality care and treatment of opioids in the future.
Attend this session and:
- Identify critical system end-points that may be at risk due to use of older, unsupported operating systems
- Examine medical devices as a security risk, and what both clinicians and security teams should be most concerned about
- Prepare a blueprint for flagging, isolating, and retiring legacy systems that may be a network risk
- Discuss how to drive enterprise leadership buy-in for the retirement of legacy systems