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iHT2 - Institute for Health Technology Transformation

Each year, iHT2 hosts a series of programs that facilitate a knowledge exchange and address needed improvements in the quality, safety, and efficiency of health care through information technology. This summit will bring together over 200 C-level, IT decision makers, physicians, and practice managers from leading provider organizations for for two days of interaction with a national audience of peers, thought leaders, and solution providers at one of Chicago’s finest hotels, the InterContinental Chicago.

VENUE LOCATION

The Ritz-Carlton Denver, 1881 Curtis Street, Denver Colorado,

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Fernando Blanco

Current VP and CISO at CHRISTUS Health Past Director of Global IT Controls at PepsiCo, Information Security Director at PepsiCo, IT Security Manager at PepsiCo, Global IT Audit... VP and CISO CHRISTUS Health 2015 – Present (1 year) PepsiCo Director of Global IT Controls PepsiCo 2012 – 2015 (3 years) PepsiCo Information Security Director PepsiCo 2010 – September 2012 (2 years) PepsiCo IT Security Manager PepsiCo 2006 – 2009 (3 years) Global IT Audit Manager PepsiCo 2003 – 2006 (3 years) IT Senior Consultant PepsiCo de Argentina 2000 – 2002 (2 years) PepsiCo IT Auditor PepsiCo 1997 – 1999 (2 years)

AGENDA

Jul 12   
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks - Summit Co-Chairs
 
9:00 – 9:45 am
Opening Keynote
 
9:45 – 10:45 am
Security & Data Protection: Engaging the Enterprise
 
The issue of privacy and security of patient information is keeping healthcare CEOs and CIOs awake at night. Threats to data security are driving health systems to move from a traditional reactive approach to a proactive one, embodied in a new C-suite title: the Chief Information Security Officer or CISO. Many CISOs are combining the traditionally separate 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.
 
Fernando Blanco, VP and Chief Information Security Officer, CHRISTUS Health
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships. Make sure to stop by the vendor booths to learn which solutions can provide better care and service in 2016 and beyond.
 
11:15 – 12:15 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.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
12:15pm - 1:15 pm
Lunch
 
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.
 
 
1:15 - 2:15 pm
Precision Medicine: HIT’s Future?
 
The President’s Precision Medicine Initiative promises to accelerate biomedical discoveries and provide clinicians with new tools, knowledge and therapies to select which will work best for which patients. In November 2015 the National Institutes of Health released the first set of funding opportunities to support a national research cohort of one million Americans. Precision medicine is more than a government program; it is a glimpse of HIT’s future in which coordinated, complex care requires complex tools, including highly sophisticated IT to support genomics, whole gene sequencing and pharmacogenetics as the foundation for truly personalized medicine. This session will feature experts from the field to discuss how genomics and IT will merge to create a new level of predictive analytics for individual health and well-being.
 
 
 
 
2:15 - 3:30 pm
Case Study #1 - Banner Health
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices. This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
 
4:00 - 4:45 pm
Case Study #2
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices. This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
4:45 - 5:30 pm
Brought to you by:
 
Making Data Usable
 
Health systems are awash in data but often unable to make it meaningful and useful, a challenge exponentially harder under value-based care. How do you address the key questions of data: What is occurring in your population? What do you predict will occur in that population? What will you do about it? This session will address how to make data analytics work, ultimately improving outcomes by integrating the results of data analysis into the clinical workflow.    
 
Kent A Loweke, MBA, CISSP, Market Chief Information Officer, Colorado Springs Health PartnersHealthCare Partners Colorado, LLC, DaVita HealthCare Partners, Inc
 
 
5:30  - 6:30 pm
Opening Cocktail Reception
 
7:00pm - 9:00 pm
Leadership Dinner
 
iHT2 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. *This dinner is by invitation only - if you are interested in attending please contact Madie Bitondo at (561) 701-5895 or send an email to madalena.bitondo@ihealthtran.com.
 
Jul 13   
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks
 
9:00 - 10:00 am
Panel: IT for ACOs
 
Enterprise data warehouses (EDWs), analytics for population health, digital images and genomic data are foundational data components of value-based healthcare. Data mining is central to making predictive analytics—both retrospective and at the point of care—work for predicting clinical outcomes, risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment and cost. This session will discuss the importance of data mining in coordinated, accountable care and the various strategies and techniques such as data visualization that leading health systems are employing in this area.
 
Krishna Ramachandran, Chief Administrative Officer, DuPage Medical Group and Midwest Physician Administrative Services (MPAS)
 
10:00 – 10:45 am
Case Study
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices.  This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Refreshments & snacks 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 in 2013 and beyond.
 
 11:15 - 12:15pm
Panel: Developing a Path to Patient & Consumer Engagement
 
A funny thing happened on the way to value-based care: health information exchanges (HIEs) began to achieve demonstrated savings from long-promised benefits like prevention of duplicate patient tests. What is the status of HIEs across the country? How do state and other public HIEs compare in performance to private HIEs? What does this mean for interoperability?  This session will update attendees on HIE-performance, examine both federated and centralized models and show how successful HIEs can play a role in emerging value-based care. 
 
Moderator: Al Villarin, MD, FACEP,CMIO & Associate CIO,Director, Division of Quality Analytics,
Staten Island University Hospital,Northshore-LLJ Healthsystem
 
Colonel Kathy K. Prue-Owens, Chief Nursing Officer, Evans Army Community Hospital, TRICARE Regional Office West [TRO-W], United States Department of Defense [DOD]
 
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Keynote
 
 
 
1:30 pm
Closing Remarks
 
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks
 
9:00 - 10:00 am
Panel: IT for ACOs
 
Enterprise data warehouses (EDWs), analytics for population health, digital images and genomic data are foundational data components of value-based healthcare. Data mining is central to making predictive analytics—both retrospective and at the point of care—work for predicting clinical outcomes, risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment and cost. This session will discuss the importance of data mining in coordinated, accountable care and the various strategies and techniques such as data visualization that leading health systems are employing in this area.
 
Krishna Ramachandran, Chief Administrative Officer, DuPage Medical Group and Midwest Physician Administrative Services (MPAS)
 
10:00 – 10:45 am
Case Study
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices.  This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Refreshments & snacks 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 in 2013 and beyond.
 
 11:15 - 12:15pm
Panel: Developing a Path to Patient & Consumer Engagement
 
A funny thing happened on the way to value-based care: health information exchanges (HIEs) began to achieve demonstrated savings from long-promised benefits like prevention of duplicate patient tests. What is the status of HIEs across the country? How do state and other public HIEs compare in performance to private HIEs? What does this mean for interoperability?  This session will update attendees on HIE-performance, examine both federated and centralized models and show how successful HIEs can play a role in emerging value-based care. 
 
Moderator: Al Villarin, MD, FACEP,CMIO & Associate CIO,Director, Division of Quality Analytics,
Staten Island University Hospital,Northshore-LLJ Healthsystem
 
Colonel Kathy K. Prue-Owens, Chief Nursing Officer, Evans Army Community Hospital, TRICARE Regional Office West [TRO-W], United States Department of Defense [DOD]
 
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Keynote
 
 
 
1:30 pm
Closing Remarks
 
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks
 
9:00 - 10:00 am
Panel: IT for ACOs
 
Enterprise data warehouses (EDWs), analytics for population health, digital images and genomic data are foundational data components of value-based healthcare. Data mining is central to making predictive analytics—both retrospective and at the point of care—work for predicting clinical outcomes, risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment and cost. This session will discuss the importance of data mining in coordinated, accountable care and the various strategies and techniques such as data visualization that leading health systems are employing in this area.
 
Krishna Ramachandran, Chief Administrative Officer, DuPage Medical Group and Midwest Physician Administrative Services (MPAS)
 
10:00 – 10:45 am
Case Study
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices.  This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Refreshments & snacks 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 in 2013 and beyond.
 
 11:15 - 12:15pm
Panel: Developing a Path to Patient & Consumer Engagement
 
A funny thing happened on the way to value-based care: health information exchanges (HIEs) began to achieve demonstrated savings from long-promised benefits like prevention of duplicate patient tests. What is the status of HIEs across the country? How do state and other public HIEs compare in performance to private HIEs? What does this mean for interoperability?  This session will update attendees on HIE-performance, examine both federated and centralized models and show how successful HIEs can play a role in emerging value-based care. 
 
Moderator: Al Villarin, MD, FACEP,CMIO & Associate CIO,Director, Division of Quality Analytics,
Staten Island University Hospital,Northshore-LLJ Healthsystem
 
Colonel Kathy K. Prue-Owens, Chief Nursing Officer, Evans Army Community Hospital, TRICARE Regional Office West [TRO-W], United States Department of Defense [DOD]
 
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Keynote
 
 
 
1:30 pm
Closing Remarks
 
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks
 
9:00 - 10:00 am
Panel: IT for ACOs
 
Enterprise data warehouses (EDWs), analytics for population health, digital images and genomic data are foundational data components of value-based healthcare. Data mining is central to making predictive analytics—both retrospective and at the point of care—work for predicting clinical outcomes, risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment and cost. This session will discuss the importance of data mining in coordinated, accountable care and the various strategies and techniques such as data visualization that leading health systems are employing in this area.
 
Krishna Ramachandran, Chief Administrative Officer, DuPage Medical Group and Midwest Physician Administrative Services (MPAS)
 
10:00 – 10:45 am
Case Study
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices.  This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Refreshments & snacks 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 in 2013 and beyond.
 
 11:15 - 12:15pm
Panel: Developing a Path to Patient & Consumer Engagement
 
A funny thing happened on the way to value-based care: health information exchanges (HIEs) began to achieve demonstrated savings from long-promised benefits like prevention of duplicate patient tests. What is the status of HIEs across the country? How do state and other public HIEs compare in performance to private HIEs? What does this mean for interoperability?  This session will update attendees on HIE-performance, examine both federated and centralized models and show how successful HIEs can play a role in emerging value-based care. 
 
Moderator: Al Villarin, MD, FACEP,CMIO & Associate CIO,Director, Division of Quality Analytics,
Staten Island University Hospital,Northshore-LLJ Healthsystem
 
Colonel Kathy K. Prue-Owens, Chief Nursing Officer, Evans Army Community Hospital, TRICARE Regional Office West [TRO-W], United States Department of Defense [DOD]
 
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Keynote
 
 
 
1:30 pm
Closing Remarks
 
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks
 
9:00 - 10:00 am
Panel: IT for ACOs
 
Enterprise data warehouses (EDWs), analytics for population health, digital images and genomic data are foundational data components of value-based healthcare. Data mining is central to making predictive analytics—both retrospective and at the point of care—work for predicting clinical outcomes, risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment and cost. This session will discuss the importance of data mining in coordinated, accountable care and the various strategies and techniques such as data visualization that leading health systems are employing in this area.
 
Krishna Ramachandran, Chief Administrative Officer, DuPage Medical Group and Midwest Physician Administrative Services (MPAS)
 
10:00 – 10:45 am
Case Study
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices.  This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Refreshments & snacks 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 in 2013 and beyond.
 
 11:15 - 12:15pm
Panel: Developing a Path to Patient & Consumer Engagement
 
A funny thing happened on the way to value-based care: health information exchanges (HIEs) began to achieve demonstrated savings from long-promised benefits like prevention of duplicate patient tests. What is the status of HIEs across the country? How do state and other public HIEs compare in performance to private HIEs? What does this mean for interoperability?  This session will update attendees on HIE-performance, examine both federated and centralized models and show how successful HIEs can play a role in emerging value-based care. 
 
Moderator: Al Villarin, MD, FACEP,CMIO & Associate CIO,Director, Division of Quality Analytics,
Staten Island University Hospital,Northshore-LLJ Healthsystem
 
Colonel Kathy K. Prue-Owens, Chief Nursing Officer, Evans Army Community Hospital, TRICARE Regional Office West [TRO-W], United States Department of Defense [DOD]
 
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Keynote
 
 
 
1:30 pm
Closing Remarks
 
8:00 am
Registration Opens
 
8:50 am
Opening Remarks
 
9:00 - 10:00 am
Panel: IT for ACOs
 
Enterprise data warehouses (EDWs), analytics for population health, digital images and genomic data are foundational data components of value-based healthcare. Data mining is central to making predictive analytics—both retrospective and at the point of care—work for predicting clinical outcomes, risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment and cost. This session will discuss the importance of data mining in coordinated, accountable care and the various strategies and techniques such as data visualization that leading health systems are employing in this area.
 
Krishna Ramachandran, Chief Administrative Officer, DuPage Medical Group and Midwest Physician Administrative Services (MPAS)
 
10:00 – 10:45 am
Case Study
 
iHT2 case studies and presentations illustrate challenges, successes and various factors in the outcomes of numerous types of health IT implementations.  They are interactive and dynamic sessions providing opportunity for dialogue, debate and exchanging ideas and best practices.  This session will be presented by a thought leader in the provider, payer or government space.
 
Julie A Reisetter, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Telehealth
 
10:45 - 11:15 am
Morning Networking Break
 
Take this opportunity to mingle with your peers in an intimate setting to build relationships and establish future partnerships.  Refreshments & snacks 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 in 2013 and beyond.
 
 11:15 - 12:15pm
Panel: Developing a Path to Patient & Consumer Engagement
 
A funny thing happened on the way to value-based care: health information exchanges (HIEs) began to achieve demonstrated savings from long-promised benefits like prevention of duplicate patient tests. What is the status of HIEs across the country? How do state and other public HIEs compare in performance to private HIEs? What does this mean for interoperability?  This session will update attendees on HIE-performance, examine both federated and centralized models and show how successful HIEs can play a role in emerging value-based care. 
 
Moderator: Al Villarin, MD, FACEP,CMIO & Associate CIO,Director, Division of Quality Analytics,
Staten Island University Hospital,Northshore-LLJ Healthsystem
 
Colonel Kathy K. Prue-Owens, Chief Nursing Officer, Evans Army Community Hospital, TRICARE Regional Office West [TRO-W], United States Department of Defense [DOD]
 
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Keynote
 
 
 
1:30 pm
Closing Remarks
 

 

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