Session ID: 
101

Balancing Innovation and Disruption in Information Sharing

8:30am - 9:30am Wednesday, March 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W208C

Description

Value-based care is driving change and innovation in healthcare, complicating decision-making at the point of care and heightening the need for collaboration and information sharing. Care providers are leveraging technology to handle an increasing volume of complex data. But how can we support the exchange of health information and protect the very sensitive, personal health information that care providers need to improve patient safety, lower costs and ensure quality care? Private industry has responded by working together, and the government is driving faster action with open APIs and standards, and establishing guardrails for information blocking. Leaders of industry and government will discuss the future of information sharing and the need to balance the disruption that is occurring with the need to keep patient data safe. They will explore how to collaborate and act on the experience of other digital industries to be sure our actions don’t undermine the trust patients place in us.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the impact of current changes in healthcare on innovation and interoperability
  • Demonstrate key opportunities for public/private collaboration to drive greater information sharing
  • Propose how healthcare organizations can leverage technology to keep patient data safe

Speaker(s)

National Coordinator for Health Information Technology,
Department of Health and Human Services
CEO,
Surescripts

Audience

CISO/CSO
CMIO/CMO
Technologist

Level

Intermediate