Monday, March 5, 2018 | 9:00am - 5:00pm

Location: Wynn Las Vegas
Cost: $350 (must be CHIME member to attend)

Healthcare information technology professionals have been leading the way in implementing electronic health records, clinical informatics and analytics and patient-centered care. But now healthcare is seeing disruption at every turn with the introduction of artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, social networking platforms and wearable technology. What will this quantum change mean to healthcare and what can HIT executives do to direct their organizations into effective adoption and use of these powerful new capabilities? Join us at the CHIME/HIMSS CIO Forum to explore the potential for these new technologies and to understand the impact and challenges that the transformation may bring. We will be discussing how we as leaders can find ways to continue to keep our organizations on track despite the disruption and to partner with others to address and lead the next wave of transformation.

Learning Objectives

  • Investigate the new frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, the Internet of Things and the connections between them that will transform care.
  • Consider ways HIT leaders can be more engaged and influential in creating and delivering on digital strategies for our organizations and for healthcare as a whole
  • Describe how the human side of change must be addressed to adopt digital capabilities effectively
  • Explore the qualities of resilient leadership needed to connect people and technology more powerfully in this next wave of disruption and innovation


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Nicholas Webb

Nicholas Webb is a world-renowned enterprise strategist, best-selling author and futurist. An innovator with more than 45 patents, he invented one of the first wearable technologies and one of the world’s smallest medical implants. He is the author of The Innovation Playbook, The Digital Innovation Playbook and the best-seller What Customers Crave. In this provocative session, he will discuss top five trends that will shape the future of healthcare, healthcare as a consumer product and designing market-leading patient experiences using the Internet of things, wearables and interoperability. He will also speak about the importance of leaders who can institutionalize “intrapreneurship” as a way to innovate in disruptive times and build superstar organizations.


Dr. Robert Wachter

An international expert on the impact of Health IT and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age, Dr. Robert Wachter will provide a unique perspective on healthcare’s digital journey and what it will take to be successful. In his widely cited work, he has highlighted the surprising impact of EHRs on workflow and communication. Moreover, his observations regarding the “digital squeeze” on doctors are at the heart of the struggle many healthcare organizations face. Wachter, named in 2015 by Modern Healthcare magazine as the most influential physician-executive in the U.S., is a practicing physician, chairman of one of the top departments of medicine in the U.S., and he chaired the National Advisory Group on HIT in England. He’ll offer new insights and practical steps to overcome the so-called “productivity paradox” of IT as it relates to healthcare.


Seth Mattison

Seth Mattison is an internationally renowned expert on workforce trends and generational dynamics. As Founder and Chief Movement Officer of FutureSight Labs, Seth advises many of the world’s leading brands and organizations on the key shifts happening around talent management, change and innovation, leadership, and the future of work.

His ideas have been featured in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and The Globe and Mail and he was recently named to the Editors’ Picks for Favorite Speakers for 2013 by MeetingsNet. Over the past five years Mattison has shared his insight with thousands of business leaders around the world and has received accolades from many of the world’s best brands including: MasterCard, Johnson and Johnson, Microsoft, Kraft Foods, AT&T, PepsiCo, GE Energy, Cisco, State Farm, Merrill Lynch, Dow, and Deloitte.


Liz Murray

Liz Murray rose from some of New York’s meanest streets to graduate from the Ivy League and has become an international speaker. The child of drug-addicted parents, she was homeless at age 15 – but determined to not to be defined by her circumstances. She earned her high school diploma in just two years and won a scholarship to Harvard University that would turn her bleak past into a future filled with possibility. 

Her memoir, Breaking Night, made the New York Times’ best-seller list and her presentations have inspired audiences around the world. In this session, she will share how perseverance, vision and the support of others can help you overcome adversity. In addition, she will discuss how you can adjust your thinking to lead a more purposeful life and how you can encourage others to follow the same path.