|Peer Networking Roundtable Topics:|
|BYOD and Use of Mobile Technologies at Providers and Payers|
|Clinical and Financial Analytic Use - Payors|
|Clinical and Financial Analytics Use - Provider|
|Data Privacy and Security in the Cloud|
|Health Programs - Who Provides?|
|HIE Status in States ; Private HIEs for Healthcare Systems|
|Personal Health Records|
|Role of ACO - Impact on Payor|
|Role of ACO - Impact on Provider|
|Wellness programs - What Plans, How Administered, Does it Make a Difference?|
Norman Ornstein, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute will address the aftermath of the elections, what is likely to happen in a lame duck session with the fiscal cliff approaching, the challenge to states in a time of deep fiscal austerity, and how the two parties will deal with Medicare, Medicaid and higher health costs overall.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Norman Ornstein Resident Scholar American Enterprise Institute
This is an exciting time to be involved in Healthcare IT! Reform, technology advances, cost pressures, an aging population and new patient care challenges are forcing us to rethink how we deliver care to patients. Foundational elements like quality, value, and access to information are driving an IT lead transformation of Healthcare. New responsibilities, opportunities and business models are forcing us to reexamine the role of data and information technology in supporting care. The widespread deployment of electronic medical records is just the beginning of the reinvention of healthcare. Like other industries, health will experience significant changes as the broad market begins to collect and use digital patient information in thousands of new ways.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Scott Lundstrom Group VP and General Manager IDC Health Insights
For years the emphasis in healthcare information systems has been on automating paper-based processes and capturing the data. Yet patient data remains fragmented over many episodes of care, over many departmental systems, and many locations. At best it’s been difficult for clinicians to gain a complete picture of their patients' health status, and even harder to gather that data for useful analysis. Today’s traditional business intelligence tools often provide only a retrospective “snapshot” of clinical and financial operations, with the data too out of date to drive timely actions or impact immediate decisions. In this presentation you’ll learn how a strategic healthcare informatics platform can change this status quo, making it possible drive more informed clinical and financial decisions, at the point of action, based on real-time analytics.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Turner Billingsley Cheif Medical Officer InterSystems Kim Humby Product Manager InterSystems
This episode of the standup comedy will feature : How do you implement a Risk Based Social Media Policy in an Healthcare organization while ensuring your employees and compliance folks “LIKE” you. Can this really be done? We can share/discuss with you a formidable plan to help get there with some options that healthcare companies have used to open up use of Social Media to employees! Participators in this stand-up will also take home an actionable plan to allow employees to tweet and yammer through the enterprise’s network!Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Sri Bharadwaj Managing Principal Consultant Business Strategix, Inc
New care delivery and reimbursement models are evolving to meet the demands of health reform and will provide opportunities to improve financial and clinical performance. The perfect alignment of drivers— health reform, cost, access, increased focus on managing chronic conditions, and an aging population—will help justify investments in connected health IT strategies. This presentation will discuss key trends driving connected health, legislation, the smarter connected health market, role of mobility and how proliferating self-service technology will create Big Data.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom G Lynne Dunbrack Research Vice President IDC Health Insights
Innovation may be one of healthcare’s biggest buzzwords, and with good reason. The fundamental concepts behind some of today’s most game-changing concepts – Mobile Health, Accountable Care, Patient-Centered Medical Homes, Health Information Exchange, Business Intelligence – began as bleeding-edge ideas that were given a chance, despite uncertainty in the market. And it’s not just healthcare vendors getting in on the game – providers have realized that in-house innovation is key to keeping their facilities at the forefront of clinical care and fiscal success – implementing processes, technologies and services to support these strategic initiatives. This presentation and panel discussion will dive into providers’ perceptions of innovation in healthcare today, including:
- the strategy behind taking innovation in-house - identifying innovative technologies and trends via vendor relationships - supporting and maintaining innovation throughout a health system - driving patient engagement with innovative technologies and concepts - sustaining innovative practices in an age of healthcare reform.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom H Allison Norfleet VP Business Development Porter Research Cynthia Porter President, Porter Research Porter Research
This session will examine how integrated healthcare delivery—connected health—is evolving and points to a future in which organizations can achieve higher quality, more accessible and cost-effective healthcare. The findings of a year-long international study of the healthcare IT progress toward connected health in eight nations: Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Singapore, Spain and the United States will be presented. These national health system models are diverse, but are under similar financial pressures from economic conditions and rising healthcare costs as well as new challenges for more personalized demands for care.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Rick Ratliff Senior Executive, Health & Public Service Accenture
In the post-election hangover, where are we now? Regulatory fatigue has caused many in the healthcare environment to wonder how we can survive in the face of so many regulations. What is the reality of getting compliant and what are the steps to avoiding the dreaded HHS accusations of Willful Neglect?
In this talk Kevin McDonald will begin with some in your face truth about the Covered Entity and Business Associate obligations. Once he show why it matters, he will share anecdotal reality including examples of breaches, social engineering, penalties suffered, etc., then provide some suggestions on ways to begin the process of becoming compliant. The most important things to understand are that denial is no longer an option and your compliance department likely does not “have it under control.”Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom H Kevin McDonald President Noloki Healthcare IT & Compliance
Survey Says: Insight, Answers and Advice from the Frontlines
Based upon the results of HealthEdge’s most recent “State of the Payor Industry” survey, it is clear payors recognize that business as usual is no longer an option, and they are looking for ways to support new business models, address regulatory changes, reduce out-of-control administrative costs and provide new levels of transparency and customer service. This presentation will provide, using the survey data, an understanding of the issues that are most important to the payor community, and it will offer a framework that will help payors to achieve their business goals.
Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom G Ray Desrochers Executive Vice President HealthEdge
Healthcare organizations that are involved in accountable care initiatives are moving past the demonstration phase and actively looking at applications to meet requirements. The challenge for organizations engaging in accountable care initiatives is to have a clear picture of their strategy and buy the "right size" technology. This presentation will provide an understanding of application requirements and review data on market readiness and investment plans. Attendees will also receive a market update of supplier readiness and approaches to application procurement and will learn from actual case study examples.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Cynthia Burghard Research Director IDC Health Insights
This session will address Population Health strategies and new models of care delivery in support of improving the health, and decreasing the cost, of the care of a population.
Dr. Dunbar will review the model that has been implemented at Johns Hopkins Medicine. The model addresses primary, secondary and tertiary prevention and care of a population with an integrated care system. In the JHM model of care, the Primary Care Provider, a Nurse Case Manager, a behavioral health specialist and a community health worker complete an assessment of behavioral and clinical needs, complete a rounding process and then work to support self-management activities.Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom DEF Linda Dunbar, PhD, RN Vice President, Care Management Johns Hopkins HealthCare
2013 will clearly be a pivotal one for providers, and IT decisions made in the coming year will have long-ranging implications for the organization's sustainability and competitive advantage. In 2013, providers will see ongoing meaningful use implementations intersect with preparations for operating under healthcare reform and implementing ICD-10 coding. These initiatives will combine with the need to overhaul infrastructure to reduce costs, making provider IT decisions complicated. Provider IT leaders need to focus on the long term strategy of the organization, while making good tactical decisions in 2013 that will provide the foundation in years to come. Health Industry Insights' top 10 healthcare provider predictions identify major trends that will impact the U.S. provider IT landscape in 2013. Most include technology that will be transformational for stakeholders, but others simply characterize the evolution of technology currently being implemented and used by healthcare providers.
Location: Grand Cypress Ballroom H Judy Hanover Research Director, Provider IT Strategies IDC Health Insights
By the end of this decade, many US health plans are projecting that at least 50% of their revenue will come from new and non-traditional business models. These new models include accountable care initiatives, health and care management services, technology investment and acquisition, health services investment and acquisition and new market entry. ICD-10 implementation will also stress business, financial and technology resources. Health plans must stage technology investment strategies to meet two objectives: sustain the current business and position for future success
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