HEALTH:FURTHER 2018TN HIMSS SUMMIT OF THE SOUTHEAST

 

AUGUST 28-29, 9AM-3PM; MUSIC CITY CENTER, EXHIBIT HALL A

HEALTH:FURTHER 2018 |

TN HIMSS SUMMIT OF THE SOUTHEAST

AUGUST 28-29, 9AM-3PM; MUSIC CITY CENTER, EXHIBIT HALL A

Health:Further is partnered with TN HIMSS to bring the best in Healthcare IT thought leadership to our annual conference. The 2018 Health:Further Festival will feature the 10th TN HIMSS Summit of the Southeast, which will deliver thought-provoking content for attendees at the premier healthcare event in the southeast.

Buy your ticket to the Health:Further Festival and experience everything that the TN HIMSS Summit of the Southeast has to offer, as well as all of Health:Further’s other content tracks.

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Some of the topics covered at this year’s summit:

Healthcare Informatics

Telehealth

Care Team Enablement

Cybersecurity

Blockchain…

Scroll down for the full agenda!

This Year’s Speakers and Agenda

TUESDAY, AUGUST 28

9:00-9:05am: Opening Remarks

Welcome and introduction from the Tennessee HIMSS team.

9:05-10:00am: Practical Innovation: Methods, Myths and Pitfalls

Rick Starbuck, SVP & Chief Design Officer, Change Healthcare

Practical Innovation: Methods, Myths and Pitfalls

Go beyond the hype and learn how to ground your innovation efforts by keeping your focus on value. We’ll define innovation in practical terms, cover the common elements in a number of innovation methods, and bust the myths that often get in the way of creating a truly innovative culture.

10:00-10:55am: Tidal Wave of IoT “Things” Driving Healthier Lives and Care

Tammy Hawes, Founder & CEO, Virsys12; Mary Alice Heston, VP of Industry Acceleration, Salesforce

Tidal Wave of IoT “Things” Driving Healthier Lives and Care

From implantable sensors to wearables, smart pills to self-monitoring hospital beds, the growing health-related Internet of Things (IoT) compels healthcare organizations to rethink how they use and track health information in every aspect of their business. Effective management of this tsunami of data means healthcare must rapidly seek new ways to move from data collection to insight to informed action. To accomplish this through humans, and you will need an agile, intelligent, and scalable platform that brings people and systems together.

IoT in the healthcare market is expected to reach nearly USD 409.9 billion by 2022, are you ready? Join us for a ‘fireside chat’ with industry experts reflecting on the current state of health and IoT, fueled by an entirely new level of detail (especially with AI) to drive efficiencies, manage patient journeys, and ultimately, connect the entire healthcare ecosystem.

11:00-12:00pm: Apprenticeships in Workforce Technology

Brian Moyer, President & CEO, Nashville Technology Council; John Wark, Founder & President, Nashville Software School; Roscoe Bass, Apprentice, Microsoft; Chris Bayham, CIO, Change Healthcare; Sandi Hoff, VP Technology Learning & Development, Nashville Technology Council

Session description coming soon.

1:00-1:55pm: Integrating Telehealth Services and Behavioral Health

Melissa Camp, Director of Special Operations, Charleston Dorchester Mental Health Center

On May 1, 2017, the South Carolina Department of Mental Health (SCDMH) began a Telehealth Pilot Project with Charleston County EMS (CCEMS), using telehealth technology to link clinicians and CCEMS for emergency mental health assessments to address the issue of an overwhelming number of behavioral health patients in the local emergency departments (ED). This collaborative project is innovative and unique in our state and nation, and has the potential to transform the world of emergency psychiatric services.  In the first year of the project, the estimated cost savings for the Charleston, SC healthcare community was approximately $1,117,550, based on the number of people diverted from an ED and ambulance transport alone. This presentation will explore the logistics of the program, protocols developed, lessons learned from the first year, and current project expansion statewide

2:00-3:00pm: Blockchain: Fact, Fiction & Why We Need It

Emily Vaughn, Product Development Director, Change Healthcare; Nelson Petracek, Chief Technology Officer, TIBCO

Session description coming soon.

3:30-5:30pm: Women in Leadership Fireside chat & Networking

Miriam Paramore, President, OptimizeRx; Monica Greene, Manager of Ambulatory Implementations, LifePoint Health; Nikki Smith-BartleyVP & Special Counsel – Diversity & Inclusion, Asurion; Pamela Weir, President & CEO, Precera Bioscience; Katya Kharlamova, Senior Software Engineer, Collective Medical

In an evolving healthcare landscape, being innovative is a game changer. However, with shifting markets and the influx of millennials into the workplace, leaders are faced with new challenges. In this session, a panel of executives will discuss key leadership traits every leader should possess in order to foster innovation and drive change within their organization. The panelists will also discuss how female leadership within an organization is critical to the organization’s long-term success.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29

9:00-9:05am: Opening Remarks

Welcome and introduction from the Tennessee HIMSS team.

9:05-10:00am: St. Jude Cloud: Advancing Cures through Data and Discovery

Michael Rusch, Director of Bioinformatics Software Development, St. Jude Research Hospital

Genomics continues to grow in importance in healthcare, both as a tool for discovery in research, and as a cornerstone of precision medicine initiatives.  Here we give an inside look into the journey that we at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have traveled with the application of this technology, from describing the landscapes of pediatric cancers to the development of genomics-based clinical testing.  With the launch of St. Jude Cloud, the resulting large, complex datasets can now be quickly and securely shared with researchers around the world, using new technology that is poised to transform the way we approach precision healthcare.

10:55-11:00am: Raising the Digital Quotient of Healthcare

Dale Sanders, CIO and Technologist, Health Catalyst

Most of the data that’s generated in healthcare is about administrative overhead of healthcare, not about the current state of patients’ well-being. On average, healthcare collects data about patients three times per year from which providers are expected to optimize diagnoses, treatments, predict health risks and cultivate long-term care plans. Where’s the data about patients’ health from the other 362 days per year?

McKinsey ranks industries based on their Digital Quotient (DQ), which is derived from a cross product of three areas: Data Assets x Data Skills x Data Utilization. Healthcare ranks lower than all industries except mining. It’s time for healthcare to raise its Digital Quotient, however, it’s a delicate balance. The current “data-driven” strategy in healthcare is a train wreck, sucking the life out of clinicians’ sense of mastery, autonomy, and purpose.

Healthcare’s digital strategy has largely ignored the digitization of patients’ state of health, but that’s changing, and the change will be revolutionary. Driven by bio-integrated sensors and affordable genomics, in the next five years, many patients will possess more data and AI-driven insights about their diagnosis and treatment options than healthcare systems, turning the existing dialogue with care providers on its head. It’s going to happen. Let’s make it happen the right way.

11:00-12:00pm: Cybersecurity Compromise

Mark Burnette, Shareholder, LBMC; Stewart Fey, Director of Technical Security Services, LBMC; William Hannig, Director, Information Security Assurance, Parallon; Jason Jones, Director,VP, Cyber Threat Management, Change Healthcare; Derek Rush, Senior Information Security Analyst, LBMC

How it happens, what to do if it does, and how to prevent it from happening to you

As hosts and processors of many types of sensitive data, healthcare companies are under near-constant cyberattack.  In this Ted-Talk style session, cybersecurity experts from LBMC Information Security will describe and demonstrate how attackers leverage simple tactics to compromise healthcare organizations, and how they evade detection once they’re inside.  Cybersecurity leaders from local healthcare organizations will then discuss what happens “behind the scenes” during a breach, and the session will conclude with an action plan so attendees can reduce their changes of suffering a cyberattack.

1:00-1:55pm: Connecting the Dots: Leveraging Leadership Strengths to Drive Change and Innovation

Tracy Evers, Security Account Manager, Check Point Software; Theresa Zuckowsky, Principal Project Manager, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Health IT; Jessica Harthcock, Co-founder & CEO, Utilize Health; Helen Lane, Senior Managing Partner, Ankura

In an evolving healthcare landscape, being innovative is a game changer. However, with shifting markets and the influx of millennials into the workplace, leaders are faced with new challenges. In this session, a panel of executives will discuss key leadership traits every leader should possess in order to foster innovation and drive change within their organization. The panelists will also discuss how female leadership within an organization is critical to the organization’s long-term success.

2:00-3:00pm: Exchange. Interpret. Understand. The True Purpose of Interoperability from an HIT Perspective

Robert Morris, Vice President of Healthcare, cSpire; Brian Laskaris, Director of Interoperability, Medhost; Greg Meyer, Director, Distinguished Engineer, Cerner ; Larry O’Toole, Associate Vice President, Meditech; Evan Grossman, Vice President of Integration Services, athenahealth

In this informative session we will hear from leaders in the electronic medical record solution industry as they discuss putting a face on interoperability, lessons learned, Interoperability strategies and the recently announced CMS “Promoting Interoperability” Final Rule.

Buy your ticket to the Health:Further Festival and experience everything that the TN HIMSS Summit of the Southeast has to offer, as well as all of Health:Further’s other content tracks.

Get your ticket today!

The Summit of the Southeast at the Health:Further Festival | 2018 is produced and programmed in partnership with TN HIMSS