Session ID: 
INV3

Innovation at the Edges: How Innovation Happens with Sparse Resources

12:45pm - 1:45pm Monday, March 5
Las Vegas - Venetian Convention Center
Galileo 901

Description

We will dive into how organizations can innovate on a limited budget. There are many organizations who continue to innovate, how are they successful when facing social determinants, underserved populations, regulatory constraints, and less money.
This session is part of a special program called Innovation Symposium: Innovation As a Strategic Imperative. Extra fees and separate registration is required.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Discuss “innovation” and “disruption” in terms of healthcare landscape, from policy, provider, payer, and consumer perspectives
  • Analyze the opportunities and challenges of addressing social and behavioral determinants of health as an emerging disruptive capability that is integral to a comprehensive health management program
  • Identify nuanced definitions of “underserved” populations that are uniquely applicable to specific communities, and the ways analytics drives tailored needs assessments. Discuss how care access limitations across geographic boundaries, and are not relegated to “rural” areas
  • Compare funding resources and opportunities across large and small healthcare organizations and discuss how innovation can still thrive even with sparse resources
  • Discuss process, policy, and technology innovators along the care continuum, and recognize market disruptors and key areas of focus

Speaker(s): 

Director, Office of PolicyDi,
Office of the National Coordinator (ONC)
Senior Advisory,
National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved
Undersecretary,
California Health and Human Services Agency
Continuing Education Credits: 
CAHIMS
1.00
CME
1.00
CNE
1.00
CPHIMS
1.00

Audience: 

First Time Attendee
Investor/Entrepreneur
Management Engineer and Process Improvement Prof.

Level: 

Intermediate

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