HIMSS17 TOOK PLACE IN ORLANDO, FL

CIO Forum

Sunday, February 19, 2017 | 8:30am - 5:00pm

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando, Windermere Ballroom
Fee: $350
Please note: CIO Forum registration is available only to CHIME members.

Presented by CHIME & HIMSS

Exceptional Leaders Transforming Healthcare: Change Leadership

Healthcare continues to experience an accelerated rate of complex change, and healthcare IT executives are facing the challenges of leading their organizations and teams to achieve new goals at a faster pace than ever. Healthcare organizations are setting new strategies to succeed in this demanding environment, and the need for health IT executives to be true change leaders has never been more acute.  

John Kotter, whose work has guided successful change management practices across industries for decades, has recently turned to focusing on the critical need for effective change leaders.  He has defined the challenge this way:

The world, as we all know, doesn’t do much change leadership, since change leadership is associated with the bigger leaps that we have to make, associated with windows of opportunity that are coming at us faster, staying open less time, bigger hazards and bullets coming at us faster, so you really have to make a larger leap at a faster speed.
John Kotter

Change leadership for HIT executives involves not only leading the way through dynamic and challenging changes in technology and cybersecurity, but also calls on us as leaders to bring new ideas and innovation to our healthcare organizations. This often requires us to assist our colleagues and teams to see a great new vision for the future and to effectively usher in improvements and new capabilities.

Our CHIME-HIMSS 2017 CIO Forum will address critical areas of health IT executive change leadership.  Please join us to hear from nationally-recognized faculty while reflecting on ways to lead your organizations through the increasing challenges ahead.

Overall Forum Learning Objectives:

  • Review current trends, threats and responses needed to maintain an effective cybersecurity capability
  • Identify the skills health IT executives need to continue to lead change with other members of the C Suite
  • Investigate how patients’ experience could be truly transformed by the healthcare system
 

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Saturday, February 18th
12:00pm – 5:00pmCIO Golf Tournament
Shingle Creek Golf Club will be the site of this year’s CIO Forum Annual Golf Outing. Shingle Creek challenges players of all levels and has consistently been rated as one of Orlando’s best golf courses. Registration is included in the CIO Forum registration fee!
6:00pm – 8:00pmOpening Reception
Hyatt Regency Orlando
Pool Deck
Sunday, February 19th
7:30am – 8:30amBreakfast
8:30am – 9:00amCHIME Remarks
Russ Branzell, FCHIME, CHCIO, President & CEO, CHIME
Liz Johnson, MS, FAAN, FCHIME, FHIMSS, CHCIO, RN-BC, Chief Information Officer, Acute Care Hospitals & Applied Clinical Informatics, Tenet Healthcare & CHIME Board of Trustees Chair
9:00am – 10:30am
(60-minute presentation with 30-minute Q&A)

Opening KeynoteTHE ART OF DECEPTION: How Hackers and Con Artists Manipulate You and What You Can Do About It

People are the weakest security link. They can be manipulated or influenced into unknowingly helping hackers break into their organization’s computers. You’ll learn how easily you can be an unsuspecting victim who can be manipulated into handing over the keys the kingdom, if you haven’t done so already. Kevin Mitnick will entertain and educate you by performing his "live technology magic show" of the latest hacking techniques. You just might realize that you—like almost everyone else on the planet—have a misplaced reliance on security technology, which has now become ineffective against a motivated hacker using a technique called "social engineering."

Social engineering is a technique used by hackers and con artists that leverages your tendency to trust. Trust is a truly noble human characteristic; however, in terms of personal and organizational security, it’s also a significant weakness because trust can be exploited. Kevin is the worldwide authority on social engineering and constantly improves and updates this highly acclaimed "security awareness" presentation with the latest threats and risks most people don’t even know exist.

You’ll learn how to detect manipulation and take steps to protect yourself and your organization. Gain the power to think defensively.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the latest hacking techniques and discuss how healthcare IT leaders can apply these methods to help keep patient data safe
  • Discuss issues related to information security and identify the most overlooked weaknesses
  • Explain how to increase your security awareness to prevent future attacks
Speaker: Kevin Mitnick, World’s Most Famous Hacker & Security Consultant to Fortune 500 & Global Governments
10:30am – 11:00amBreak
11:00am – 12:00pm

Mid-Morning Keynote: The Role of Technology in Improving Care and Bending the Cost Curve
Health care executives are faced with major changes as they are addressing the fast pace of change in optimizing EMRs, improving workflow, achieving quality measure targets and reducing costs. Analytics, big data and data visualization are changing healthcare at a rapid pace. In this session, Dr. Joel Selanikio will examine how healthcare leaders can tap into these techniques to improve patient care. A practicing pediatrician as well as a technology innovator, Dr. Selanikio will talk about some of the immense challenges providers face in retooling their business models to meet the demands of a value-based delivery system. Importantly, he’ll examine the role information technology plays in helping providers delivery high-quality, low-cost care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the ways in which innovative technologies are useful in solving everyday healthcare delivery problems
  • Discuss the challenges for IT Leaders in evaluating the usefulness and applicability of these new technologies in their organizations
Speaker: Joel Selanikio, MD, CEO, Magpi
12:00pm – 1:30pmNetworking Lunch
1:30pm – 2:30pm

Mid-Afternoon Keynote: Everybody’s Talking (and Everything!)
Artificial intelligence (AI), cognition, when things communicate with each other. Whatever you call it, things are getting “smarter”, and the list of things that are connected and communicating with each other is limitless, thus the new world of the Internet of Things (IoT, or as some call it, the Internet of Everything, IoE). Expect IoT to continue at a rapid, exponential rate as advances in new sensing and battery technologies emerge and their costs decrease. Clearly thing-to-thing or animal (human)-to-thing cognition is important, yet the data and information that is gained with each communication will be equally, if not more so, valuable. We truly are at the birth of IoT and future opportunities are boundless.  Dr. Lowell Catlett, noted futurist with positive and upbeat predictions, will awaken our awareness to human potential in rapidly changing times and shifting terrain.

Learning Objectives:

  • Survey emerging technologies and anticipate coming changes
  • Identify strategies to deal winning hands when the deck is being continually reshuffled
Speaker: Lowell Catlett, PhD, Retired Regents Professor, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Business and Extension Economics; Dean and Chief Administrative Officer, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University
2:30pm – 3:00pmBreak
3:00pm – 4:00pm

Closing Keynote:What Really Matters at the End of Life
What would it mean to patients if healthcare created an experience of being transformed by illness rather than being diminished by it? In other words, seeing illness and disability and death as normal parts of human life; issues to work with rather than pathological invaders to be combated. Dr. BJ Miller is one of the pre-eminent speakers on palliative and end of life care. Drawing on his expertise as a physician, former Executive Director of Zen Hospice Care, and as a patient, he will share his vision for a healthcare system that minimizes unnecessary suffering and maximizes quality of life.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the true needs of patients at the end of life
  • Define a different approach to care that is a hybrid of the medical model and the social model
Speaker: BJ Miller, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, University
of California San Francisco; Former Executive Director, Zen Hospice Care 
4:00pm – 5:00pmClosing Reception

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