The Changing Face of Healthcare IT
The Trends, People, Innovations & Policies That are Changing The Road Ahead

Featuring Leading Content by:

Norman Ornstein Scott Lundstrom Cynthia Burghard Cynthia Porter
Norman Ornstein
Resident Scholar
American Enterprise Institute
Scott Lundstrom
VP of Research
IDC Health Insights
Cynthia Burghard
Research Director
IDC Health Insights
Cynthia Porter
Porter Research








Healthcare CIOs have faced a year of debate about the future of healthcare: a Supreme Court review of the current law's constitutionality and a presidential election that will determine its direction. Despite this turmoil, CIOs have had to embrace and support major changes to their organizations’ business models whether they are provider, payer or both. As a result, a new generation of IT leadership is emerging equipped with the business and technology skills to support new healthcare business models, the growth of electronic medical records and the emergence of accountable care organizations, to mention a few. In addition to supporting those initiatives, healthcare CIOs are continuing their focus on increasing operational efficiencies that produce better clinical outcomes and leverage technologies—cloud, mobility and security—aimed at improving staff and patient engagements. Healthcare CIOs have grown comfortable with change because they understand it is the one constant in their business.

About the Healthcare IT Summit
The Healthcare IT Summit brings together industry analysts, IT executives from healthcare insurer and provider organizations, and leading vendors for uniquely collaborative discussions on today’s pressing business and IT issues, best practices and the latest tools and technology that will improve the performance of your business.

Our conference delivers education and insight for healthcare insurers and providers to better understand future market drivers, business trends, economic factors and technology opportunities impacting the healthcare IT market.