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How Improvements in Patient Access can Save the Health of Your Business

February 20, 2017 — 11:15AM EST - 12:15PM EST
202C

Join nThrive for a HIMSS17 Lunch & Learn

Presented by:
Sloan Clardy
Chief Strategy Officer, nThrive

Erica Franko
Principal, Advisory Solutions, nThrive

Join the nThrive panel discussion to learn how market trends shape the holistic, integrated Revenue Cycle of the future, particularly a sophisticated, comprehensive Patient Access solution.

As patients become savvy consumers of healthcare services and regulations challenge reimbursement, enhancing the gateway to your revenue cycle leads cash flow and increased patient satisfaction.

One of our hospital clients will relate organizational Patient Access challenges, the approach to resolve the problems, and the results and outcomes achieved through focus on the front end of the revenue cycle.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Pandemic Issues of Image Management: Implicit Risks in Security and Patient Care

February 21, 2017 — 01:00PM EST - 02:00PM EST
203C

Join Agfa HealthCare for a HIMSS17 Lunch & Learn

Presented by:
Ross Koppel, PhD, FACMI
Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
Senior Fellow, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School
Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Cheryl Petersilge, MD
Medical Director, Integrated Content and Enterprise Imaging, Cleveland Clinic

Kim Garriott
Principal Consultant, Healthcare Strategies, Logicalis Healthcare Solutions

Ann O'Brien, MSN, RN
Director of Clinical Informatics, Kaiser Permanente

Fragmentation of care is a pain point across contemporary hospital systems. Using a provocative study led by Ross Koppel, PhD, this session will delve into real-life experiences across a variety of facilities regarding information creation and use of medical images.

Multispecialty images are seldom efficiently and effectively integrated into a medical center’s EHR. Aside from radiology images, medical images are generally created by isolated technologies and are housed in separate servers.

Sharing of information along a continuum of care is typically delayed or requires heroic efforts, if accomplished at all. This scenario presents risk to value-based care at a variety of clinical and operational levels. Join us to explore how these findings can help you identify and mitigate the risks in your organization.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Operationalizing Analytics - The Closed Loop

February 20, 2017 — 07:15AM EST - 08:15AM EST
203B

Join Qlik Healthcare for a HIMSS17 Breakfast Briefing

Presented by:
Eric Pennington
Healthcare Strategy & Solutions, Qlik Healthcare

Grab your breakfast and first cup of coffee with us Monday, February 20th at 7:15 a.m. Governed, clean data and meaningful analytics are only a part of an organization's successful
analytics journey. Adoption, along with data-driven clinical and business decisions is an integral, and often evasive component.

Join the Qlik Healthcare Team along with panel of respected industry champions as we explore how analytics can be presented at the point of end-user decision making to increase adoption and ultimately drive analytics value.

Breakfast and refreshments will be served.

Connect, Empower and Engage Patients: Combining the Power of Technology (High-Tech) with the Warmth of Personal Care (High-Touch)

February 21, 2017 — 06:00PM EST - 07:30PM EST
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Bayhill 17

Join Cognizant and Telemetrix/Remote Patient Monitoring, Inc for an exclusive reception

Session Leaders
Patricia (Trish) Birch
SVP and Global Healthcare Consulting Practice Leader, Cognizant

Bret Shillingstad, MD FACS
President and CEO, Telemetrix/Remote Patient Monitoring Inc.

Philip A Smith, MD
Chief Innovation Officer, Telemetrix/Remote Patient Monitoring Inc.

The healthcare industry is on the brink of major reinvention. Advances in telemedicine and telehealth, as well as the proliferation of mobile health apps and remote patient monitoring technologies, have given rise to new business models capable of delivering an increasing range of healthcare services virtually - resulting in new “unwired” and delocalized care delivery models.

Take a break from the hectic activities of HIMSS! Join Cognizant, and Telemetrix/Remote Patient Monitoring Inc. for drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and interactive discussion on how one “high-tech + high-touch” remote patient and home health monitoring solution has successfully brought together advanced, state of the art technology with clinical service delivery to enable patient/provider engagement, dramatic reduction of hospital admissions, and improved delivery outcomes at optimal cost.

Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

How Deploying a State-Wide Provider Directory Has Improved Efficiency for Healthcare Stakeholders

February 21, 2017 — 01:00PM EST - 02:00PM EST
202C

Join InterSystems for a HIMSS17 Lunch & Learn

Presented By
Elaine Fontaine
Director, Data Quality and Analytics – Provider Directory Lunch and Learn

The move to value-based care cannot succeed without accurate provider data for determining who did what, where, when, and for whom. But maintaining accurate data is especially challenging today where providers may deliver care at multiple locations, and have multiple, complex relationships with insurers and care delivery organizations. And these relationships change frequently, with about 25% of provider data changing every year.

In this session the Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI) will describe how it manages this complex ecosystem, and the creation of an advanced statewide Provider Directory service. Healthcare delivery organizations, payers, the state health department, consumers, and others use this service to increase efficiency and solve the challenges of rapidly changing provider data.

Elaine Fontaine is a senior healthcare management professional with over 25 years of analytics, information technology and program management experience in research, provider and payer settings, serving as a Research Data Manager, Sr. Director of Medical Management Operations and Chief Information Officer for a Medicaid health plan.  She is a customer focused, creative problem solver with capacity to bridge business strategy, operations, technology and data analysis to help organizations drive improvement and achieve the quadruple aim.  During her career she has repeatedly built and directed high-performing teams of innovative, results-oriented professionals.  Ms. Fontaine has authored seven published research articles and white papers.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Using the cloud to improve security in healthcare

February 20, 2017 — 01:00PM EST - 02:00PM EST
203B

Join Amazon Web Services for a HIMSS17 Lunch and Learn

Presented By:
Todd Brock
Cloud Enterprise Architect

Oxana Pickeral
Global Healthcare Segment Leader

Laurie Tanton-White
Chief Security Officer, Infor

IT security is a top-of-mind concern for many of those working in Healthcare, because Healthcare organizations that suffer security breaches face loss of reputation or even costly fines. Migrating data and applications to the cloud is one way that healthcare organizations can improve their security posture. By adopting cloud-based infrastructure, healthcare organizations can take advantage of technology built for some of the world’s most security-sensitive organizations.

In this presentation, hear about the security features built in to the AWS Cloud, and how Information is leveraging those features in the Infor CloudSuite to improve security of its deployments within Healthcare organizations around the country.

Learn more about: How to handle increasing security threats in Healthcare Moving applications from on premise to the cloud as a strategy “Cloud as a secure environment”, The challenges of hiring, training and retaining security professionals, The advantage of Information applications advanced security capabilities.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Six Ways Data Quality Issues Erode Trust… and Five Fixes

February 21, 2017 — 01:00PM EST - 02:00PM EST
202A

Join Arcadia Healthcare Solutions for a HIMSS17 Lunch & Learn

Presented By
Michael Simon, PhD
Principal Data Scientist, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions

Data quality issues can undermine trust within your organization and across your network, derailing initiatives and compromising performance. Arcadia Data Scientist Michael Simon is responsible for ensuring data quality during the aggregation of EHR and claims data sources, ranging from the dozens to the hundreds, and has hands-on experience resolving the thorniest challenges.

During this talk, Michael will offer a set of criteria for assessing data quality, followed by six ways data quality can impact your organization and five (or more!) intervention strategies a healthcare organization can implement to improve data quality and restore trust.

Attendees will leave with an action plan for assessing, explaining, and improving data quality within their organizations without imposing more work on physicians.

Lunch and refreshments will be served.

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