The Connected Healthcare World Congress (CHealthWorld)

***** THE USA EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 2019 *****

Date

- September 2019

Where

Boston
MA

Agenda

CHealthWorld Welcome Drinks & Keynote Reception Workshops MAIN SUMMIT Main Summit
show all Executive Leadership Open Platforms & API Applied Behavioural Science Artificial Intelligence The Global Market Leadership & Innovation Culture Customer Experience AI & Machine Learning Applied Big Data Analytics Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine The Future of the Hospital True Home Monitoring Wearables, Sensors & Trackers Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention Diagnostics

Day 1 | CHealthWorld Welcome Drinks & Keynote Reception | 24th September 2018

Pre-Event Registration

Chairperson’s Welcome & Introduction to Keynote

Featured Keynote

Keynote | General Session

Health Equality: Ensuring Access of Quality Care through Technology

 

Keynote: Health Equality: Ensuring Access of Quality Care through Technology

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Understanding the key barriers and challenges in delivering care to people who are geographically isolated, economically or medically vulnerable.
  • Key market opportunities: Where are the knowledge and technology gaps today?
  • Legislating for access: Enforcing a regulatory framework which ensures safety, accuracy without impacting access and delivery

  • Matthew Quinn
    Senior Advisor for Health Information Technology

1 SESSION

Keynote | General Session

Optimizing Productivity through Digital Health Strategies

 

Keynote: Optimizing Productivity through Digital Health Strategies

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Tackling the twin challenges of personalization and productivity through digital technologies.
  • Meeting the “consumer experience” demand without compromising on efficiency.
  • Identifying and adopting the technologies that will create real impact at scale.

  • Dr. Kaveh Safavi
    Senior Managing Director, Head of Global Health Practice

1 SESSION

Keynote | General Session

AI in Healthcare: The Past, the Present and the Future

 

Keynote: AI in Healthcare: The past, the present and the future

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The current state of the AI healthcare industry
  • AI as a tool to imitate human cognitive functions: The possibilities and ethical implications
  • AI and precision medicine
  • The economic implications of AI in healthcare
  • Change management and achieving trust and buy-in of AI in healthcare from practicing clinicians 

 

Drinks Reception

| General Session

CHealthWorld Networking & Keynote Reception

Kicking off CHealthWorld 2018 is a networking welcome drinks reception; offering a unique blend of socialising and talks from some of the leading minds in the digital health industry. All delegates, presenters, exhibitors and partners are invited to enjoy this fantastic pre-conference networking opportunity.  

Day 2 | Workshops | 25th September 2018

Registration, Breakfast & Networking

Chairperson’s Welcome & Introduction to Keynote

Keynote Panel Discussion

Panel Session | General Session

Keynote Panel Discussion: The CIO Roundtable: Effective Leadership Strategies to Stay Relevant in a Digital Era

Keynote Panel Discussion: The CIO Roundtable: Effective Leadership Strategies to Stay Relevant in a Digital Era

The future of healthcare delivery is digital which means that the fundamental transformation of healthcare business is inevitable. However, as we stand arguably only at base camp of the global digital health journey, one of the biggest challenges currently facing hospitals and care providers today is how to remain agile, proactive and anticipate the future change as opposed to constantly playing catch up on technology adoption. With so much innovation, new discoveries, algorithms, software, technologies and research coming out every day; identifying your business needs and the technological solutions that are right for your patients, staff and stakeholders can be daunting. Join our panellists as they share their experiences, challenges and transferable solutions from some of the biggest hospitals and health systems in the US.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Digital transformation at the core of hospital efficiency: What, how and when to adopt technology, automation and AI
  • Vulnerability: Avoiding security breaches and ensuring safe tech transitions
  • New tech means new knowledge required to optimise ROI: How to effectively fill the knowledge gap 

5-minute changeover period

Break into Workshops

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP - WORKSHOP A | Executive Leadership

Healthcare Leadership Strategies: Staying Relevant in a Digital Era
Workshop A

 

Healthcare Leadership Strategies - Staying Relevant in Digital Era

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • How do we curate digital health and innovation content?
  • How do we go from simply brining digital health products to life to supporting the ones that will actually help people?
  • How do we better integrate technologies, concepts, and platforms?

 

 

  • Leandro Grimaldi
    Director & Senior Healthcare Consultant

OPEN PLATFORMS & API - WORKSHOP B | Open Platforms & API

SMART on FHIR: The Death of the Monolithic EHR?
Workshop B

SMART on FHIR: The Death of the Monolithic EHR

SMART on FHIR represents a new way of improving upon the current state of EHRs.  Just as mobile phones are deployed with a base set of applications and functionality, but with APIs that allow 3rd party developers to build new functionality for those platforms, so does SMART on FHIR provide the same tools and data access to do the same on commercial EHRs.  The net result is that EHRs will soon no longer be the monolithic platforms that they are today, but rather will be the foundation upon which new capabilities are built and deployed.

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

 

  • Understand what SMART and FHIR are
  • Explore existing SMART on FHIR applications
  • Examine future directions in which SMART on FHIR may extend the EHR

  • Daniel Nigrin
    SVP & CIO

APPLIED BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE - WORKSHOP C | Applied Behavioural Science

The Psychology of Technology Enabled Behavioral Change
Workshop C

 

The Psychology of Technology Enabled Behavioral Change

Using technology to influence and change the behavior of consumers, patients, caregivers and medical providers is drawing tremendous attention and investment dollars. Deployed technologies range from straightforward mobile health applications to complex closed loop biofeedback systems. Results, in terms of efficacy and outcomes, vary widely. This session will explore this critical subject from three perspectives. First, a discussion of the psychology of behavioral change, adapted to health care. Second, a review of select current deployed technologies, and associated impact on heath behaviors. And finally, a future view focused on the expanded use of current capabilities and adoption of emerging enabling technologies. Active discussion and audience participation will be encouraged throughout the session.

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Understand a psychology framework that supports technology enabled behavioral change
  • Assess the associated market segments, disease conditions and consumer health applications
  • Review a representative best practices sample of current deployed technologies
  • Actively discuss the potential impact and realities of technology enabled behavioral change
  • Attain a greater understanding of this subject for your organization 

  • Joseph DeLuca
    Managing Director

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - WORKSHOP D | Artificial Intelligence

The AI Market in Healthcare - Artificial Intelligence: Professional User Training
Workshop D

 

Artificial Intelligence Professional User Training: The AI Market in Healthcare  

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Get up to speed on how AI, ML and deep learning will impact global healthcare.
  • Review key technologies and scalable solutions.
  • How to device a strategy which moves your organization forward.

GLOBAL MARKET - WORKSHOP E | The Global Market

Focus on Global Market
Workshop E

Focus on the Global Market

Looking to expand your business outside of the US? Find out which regions and markets best suit your products/services and stay ahead of the competition. Gain a competitive advantage and achieve further business growth through a seamless transition to the global market.

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Key market trends by region
  • Future projections by region
  • Health analysis by region – current key challenges and growing concerns
  • Key considerations when expanding your business overseas
  • Cross boarder healthcare: How to delivery bespoke care on an international platform

 

Coffee Break & Networking

Break into Workshops

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP - WORKSHOP F | Executive Leadership

Leading Change with Data
Workshop F

Leading Change with Data

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Translating data into an action plan
  • How to anticipate future challenges and eliminate issues before they arise through data
  • Developing cultural change through data
  • Streamline your business and identify areas for efficiency

 


OPEN PLATFORMS & API WORKSHOP G | Open Platforms & API

Incorporating Patient Generated Data into EHR
Workshop G

Incorporating Patient Generated Data into EHR

With some 94 percent of healthcare providers now converted to electronic health records, the digital transformation is clearly underway. Unfortunately, things have progressed little beyond shifting records from paper to electrons. If we are really to exploit the digital transformation, providers must begin to incorporate into care plans the streams of data generated during the 99.9 percent of the time that patients aren’t in the office. This session will explore both the impediments and opportunities of integrating patient-generated data into the EHR.

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

 

  • How to benefit from the graying the line between consumer-grade wearables and healthcare devices,
  • Square peg in a round hole – how to mold patient-generated data so it can be used to drive care decisions from within the EHR,
  • What’s in it for…how to be sure the digital transformation is in everyone’s interest.

 

  • Mike Feibus
    President & Principal Analyst

APPLIED BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE - WORKSHOP H | Applied Behavioural Science

Applied Behavioural Science in Mental Wellbeing
Workshop H

Applied Behavioural Science in Mental Wellbeing

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • The future of digital mental health – Understanding the potential of mobile mental health technologies.
  • The role of AI in mental health.
  • Case studies - Focus on the key technologies and best practice proven to create lasting impact.

 

 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - WORKSHOP I | Artificial Intelligence

Focus on Machine Learning - Artificial Intelligence: Professional User Training
Workshop I

 

Artificial Intelligence Professional User Training: Focus on Machine Learning

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Latest developments and future outlook in machine learning.
  • How to leverage huge amounts of data into actionable and bespoke care delivery plans.
  • Finding patterns in data.

THE GLOBAL MARKET - WORKSHOP J | The Global Market

Focus on Europe
Workshop J

Focus on Europe

Looking to expand your business to Europe? Understand the opportunities, future projections and key regulatory considerations to gain a competitive advantage and achieve further business growth in Europe.  

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Public health in Europe
  • The key challenges and future concerns
  • Key market trends and opportunities
  • Future projections
  • Key legal considerations for market entry into Europe

Lunch Break & Networking

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP - WORKSHOP K | Executive Leadership

HR & Employer Obligations
Workshop K

HR and Employer Obligations

Key Outcomes and Takeaways: 

  • Developing a strong HR strategy to ensure continued excellence in care delivery.
  • How to stay on top of the knowledge gap: The changing skillset in healthcare
  • How to effectively deliver and ongoing learning and change management process to ensure continued service and safety.
  • Burnout: Identifying the signs and avoiding staff burnout

OPEN PLATFORMS & API - WORKSHOP L | Open Platforms & API

Platform-as-a-Service EHRs
Workshop L

Platform-as-a-Service EHRs

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The capabilities and opportunities available to facilitate interoperability in health IT.
  • Creating platforms which support integration of new technologies, such as apps and wearables, from multiple providers.
  • EHR adoption and hospital performance: Getting it right

 

APPLIED BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE - WORKSHOP M | Applied Behavioural Science

Applied Behavioral Science in Obesity & Weight Management
Workshop M

Applied Behavioural Science in Obesity and Weight Management 

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Hunger vs. emotional eating - Understanding the underlying factors that rule our eating habits and how to change them.
  • Applying technology-based solutions for weight management.
  • Case studies - Focus on the key technologies and best practice proven to create lasting impact

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - WORKSHOP N | Artificial Intelligence

Focus on Deep Learning - Artificial Intelligence: Professional User Training
Workshop N

Artificial Intelligence Professional User Training: Focus on Deep Learning

Key Outcomes & Takeaways: 

  • Deep learning and how it’s changing healthcare.
  • Developing an effective deep learning strategy for your organization.
  • Deep learning in medical imaging and beyond

 

THE GLOBAL MARKET - WORKSHOP O | The Global Market

Focus on Asia
Workshop O

Focus on Asia

Looking to expand your business to Asia? Understand the opportunities, future projections, emerging markets, cultural differences and key regulatory considerations to gain a competitive advantage and achieve further business growth in Asia.  

Key Outcomes and Takeaways: 

  • Public health in Asia
  • The key challenges and future concerns
  • Key market trends and opportunities
  • Future projections
  • Key legal considerations for market entry into Asia

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

Break into Workshops

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP - WORKSHOP P | Executive Leadership

Delivering on the Promise of Data
Workshop P

Delivering on the Promise of Data: 21st Century Military Network Centric Operations Applied to Healthcare

The military and healthcare have two things in common. We live in difficult times and know 20st century responses to 21th century threats are not just slow and cumbersome; they can cost lives. For example, using readily available technology, Violent Non-State Actors (VNSAs) such as Al Qaeda and ISIS have evolved into complex, interconnected, operational networks. These networks facilitate agile, local operations between and within nations and have spread an epidemic of terrorist activities across the globe. U.S. military intelligence and tactics have adapted to attack these unpredictable threats by creating local but connected Network Centric Operations. The resulting systems maximize the adaptive capacity of local resources to meet unpredictable threats and deliver complex mission objectives. We have tested and validated Network Centric Operations in healthcare. They are readily transferable, easily understood by the frontline and a direct, natural extension of current Quality and IT methods. Using Information Age concepts to speed communication and increase situational awareness, they facilitate collaboration by enabling the free flow of information across the point-of-care so that acquired data is shared, processed into information and then provided quickly to the person or system that needs it. For example, the Mayo Health System used Network Centric Operations (as Adaptive Design®) to rapidly increase Diabetic Population Health by 122% compared to traditional Mayo IT and project-based, Quality Management approaches. Similar results in many different healthcare organizations prove we can maximize performance and value in today’s complex, dynamic, unpredictable care environments and simultaneously lower the cost of that care.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understand how Network Centric Operations and simple rules of engagement can drive value in the 21st Century healthcare community “battle space.”
  • Learn three, practical leadership tactics that you can use to immediately drive value in your organization: Commander’s Intent, the OODA Loop, and four Simple Rules of engagement.
  • Design, replicate and scale low risk, high reward Sense/Respond/Adapt strategies to better manage current technology and develop new, adaptive, technological products and services.

 

This practical, interactive workshop is designed for healthcare leaders from the C-Suite to the point of care. Network Centric Operations are not rocket science. The only prerequisite for this session is an interest in looking beyond current Best Practice to deliver on the promise of healthcare data in the Information Age. This workshop is designed to give you the ‘why and how’ to do it.

 

  • John Kenagy, MD
    Clinical Professor of Surgery, U. of Washington, Director

OPEN PLATFORMS & API - WORKSHOP Q | Open Platforms & API

EHR Implementation
Workshop Q

EHR Implementation

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Learn the strategies and key tools required for a seamless process.
  • Find out how to begin implementation, manage staff training and deliver a successful roll out
  • Understand how to measure practice needs and readiness.

 

APPLIED BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE - WORKSHOP R | Applied Behavioural Science

Applied Behavioral Science in Lifestyle Management & Prevention of Chronic Illness
Workshop R

Applied Behavioural Science in Lifestyle Management and Prevention of Chronic Illness

Key Outcomes and Takeaways: 

  • How to get patients with chronic illness to take better care of themselves.
  • Digital interventions for self-management.
  • Preventative technologies to avoid future health risks
  • Case studies - Focus on the key technologies and best practice proven to create lasting impact

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - WORKSHOP S | Artificial Intelligence

Focus on Regulation - Artificial Intelligence: Professional User Training
Workshop S

Artificial Intelligence Professional User Training: Focus on Regulation  

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Impact on clinical decision support in light of the 21st Century Cures Act.
  • Regulatory restrictions to innovation with AI in 2018 and beyond.
  • Specific applications and FDA classification: How to implement new technologies within the parameters of law.

 

THE GLOBAL MARKET - WORKSHOP T | The Global Market

Focus on Latin America
Workshop T

Focus on Latin America

Looking to expand your business to Latin America? Understand the opportunities, future projections, emerging markets, cultural differences and key regulatory considerations to gain a competitive advantage and achieve further business growth in Latin America.  

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Public health in Latin America
  • The key challenges and future concerns
  • Key market trends and opportunities
  • Future projections

After Work Drinks & Networking

Day 3 | MAIN SUMMIT | 26th September 2018

Registration, Breakfast & Networking. Time to view the carefully selected Poster Presentations

Chairperson’s Welcome & Introduction to Keynote

Featured Keynote

Keynote | General Session

Keynote: The Future of Healthcare: Innovation that Saves Lives

Keynote: The Future of Healthcare: Innovation that Saves Lives

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The top 10 most exciting prospects of 2018 and beyond
  • The importance of data flow: Developing the tools necessary to create a proactive healthcare system
  • The future of personalized digital health tools 

Featured Keynote

Keynote | General Session

Keynote: The Augmented Human: How Technology is Shaping a New Reality

Keynote: The Augmented Human: How Technology is Shaping a New Reality

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Exploring the human senses and how AR will extend our natural capacities.
  • The opportunities and implications of AR in healthcare.
  • Designing compelling experiences for lasting impact.

Featured Keynote

| General Session

Keynote: Healthy Leadership: How to Execute at the Intersection of Speed, Capacity and Quality

Keynote: Healthy Leadership: How to Execute at the Intersection of Speed, Capacity and Quality

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Transparency and Accountability: How to successfully develop common management goals with your peers.
  • Execution: Finding the balance between quick wins and long-term goals.
  • Sustainability: Ensuring your organisation has the capacity to embrace and digest change.

Keynote Panel Session

Panel Session | General Session

Keynote Panel Discussion
The Augmented Human – Reality or Fiction?

Keynote Panel Discussion: Re-defining Healthcare: What does AI, Machine Learning and Automation Mean for the Healthcare Workforce of the Future?

The concept of leveraging technology to maximise efficiency, minimise the risk of human error and optimizing profit margins is not a new concept. However, as the discussion matures from a simple idea of automating basic tasks to incorporating intelligent technology capable of simulating human cognitive traits, the discussion becomes more complex. After all a robot won’t ask for a raise, go on holiday or take maternity leave. So with the prospect of a future where “human error” in healthcare being virtually eliminated; can AI in healthcare completely usurp the need for a human work force all together? Join our panellist of experts as they explore the future collaboration of man and technology in healthcare.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Will AI usurp the need for a traditional workshop in the future?
  • Progress made on incorporate AI, machine learning and automation within healthcare to date.
  • What can healthcare learn from other industries: A look at exciting innovation within finance, aviation, automotive.

Coffee Break & Networking

Break into Summit Streams: 20 Minute How to - Straight to the Core Presentations

TRACK A | Leadership & Innovation Culture

Delivering the Next Generation of Digital Leaders in Healthcare

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to transform your organization to pursue growth and seize digital opportunities.
  • Fostering the core traits of great leadership.
  • The pursuit of digital transformation: How to unlock your organization’s strategic potential.

TRACK B | Customer Experience

Communities of Health: e-Connecting Patients, Providers and Families

Connected people-centered healthcare focuses on seeking an active role for the patient and their caregivers. To carry out this new model, we need not only new technologies but also a change in how we communicate and collaborate with patients and families and healthcare providers. This talk will present some innovations and online health systems to connect patients, families and healthcare professionals. A description will be provided of a system called InfoSAGE that provides education and communication for coordinated care for the elderly and families. The challenges to establishing people-centered e-health systems will be discussed.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • To understand the key components of people-centered healthcare
  • To review the design of a connected healthcare network for elders and families
  • To discuss the challenges in implementing and sustaining connected healthcare networks

  • Yuri Quintana
    Director, Global Health Informatics, BIDMC

TRACK C | AI & Machine Learning

Use of AI to Enhance the Patient Experience

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Leveraging AI to deliver outstanding customer service and patient care.
  • Understand the potential for AI in helping to improve the patient experience and drive innovation.
  • Optimizing resources to streamline the patient journey.

  • Professor Kalyan Pasupathy
    Associate Professor, Health Care Systems Engineering, Scientific Director, Clinical Engineering Learning Labs

TRACK D | Applied Big Data Analytics

The Power of Data and its Potential to Fundamentally Transform the Future of Health Care

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Developing the software and algorithms capable of catching disease more effectively.
  • Bridging the knowledge gap in health tech and big data: Training medical professionals to translate data into actionable and bespoke care plans.
  • Maintaining patient trust with increased access to data. 

TRACK E | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

Precision Medicine: The Next Generation of Health Care

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Bespoke care for the masses: How to deliver care that is tailored to individual variations at scale.
  • The formula to proactive, preemptive, personalized and patient-centered care: Progress made to date and the road ahead.
  • The road to preventing rather than curing disease. 

 

 

5-minute changeover period

Break into Summit Streams: 20 Minute How to - Straight to the Core Presentations

TRACK A | Leadership & Innovation Culture

The 7 pillars of Technology Advancement

The 7 pillars of Technology Advancement

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Patient driven portal – Optimizing access to:
    • Care
    • Information
    • Treatment
    • Communication
    • Home monitoring
    • Telehealth
  • Physician portal – Investing in:
    • Point of care reminders
    • Chronic and acute disease identification
    • Hedis/P4P
    • Medication refill and reconciliation
    • Treatment algorithms and improved differential diagnosis
    • EDI billings and claims
  • Analytics – Optimizing:
    • Risk stratification of patients and physicians
    • Matching patients to intervention
    • ROI of clinical intervention
    • HIE/ data warehouse/ patient registry/ informatics
  • Business processes – Streamlining:
    • Referral management
    • UM
    • Financial Analytics
  • Imaging – New process development in:
    • Reading words
    • Pictures
    • Images
    • Charts
  • Pharmacy/drug adherence – Staying on top of:
    • Prediction of efficacy
    • Patient treatment
    • Matching
  • True Home Monitoring – Delivering excellence in:
    • Care management

Utilization management

  • Stuart Levine
    Assistant Clinical Professor, Internal Medicine and Psychiatry

TRACK B | AI & Machine Learning

Satisfaction Score and Performance Metrics: What Do Customers Want Today?

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Clinical performance vs. customer service: How to excel in both without draining resources.
  • Preparing for the future: Meeting the millennials’ demands as they overtake Seniors as the largest group of healthcare consumers.
  • Embracing online reviews as part of your ongoing business and process strategy development. 

  • Leandro Grimaldi
    Director & Senior Healthcare Consultant

TRACK C | Applied Big Data Analytics

How new/better metadata annotation models will be developed and governed to drive next-level AI/ML

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • 2019 and beyond: A future look at AI/ML development.
  • The key challenges in optimising AI/ML performance.
  • How to instrument current processes to better track outcomes that are necessary to drive ML models.

TRACK D | Applied Big Data Analytics

Adherence: Ensuring Consistent Use of Technologies for Accurate Monitoring and Collection of Data

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Why patient adherence in one of the biggest challenges in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries today?
  • Understanding the types of non-adherence
  • How can technology improve patient adherence in staying on top of their care delivery plans? 

TRACK E | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

Precision Health Digital Platforms for Oncology

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Achieving earlier diagnoses and customized care delivery plans for oncology patients through big data.
  • Combining “in-vivo” data collected from imaging with “in-vitro” information from laboratory test to characterize the tumor more effectively and accurately.
  • A review of recent industry collaboration between Roche Diagnostics and GE Healthcare. 

5-minute changeover period

Break into Summit Streams: 20 Minute How to - Straight to the Core Presentations

TRACK A | Customer Experience

Self-Evaluation: Assessing your Transformation Journey

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to create critical strategies, sustain innovation, apply cost competitiveness and transform your business.
  • How to break the value-cost trade-off of conventional strategies and create a leap in value for both patients and care providers.
  • Sustaining the innovation edge: Developing and nurturing a culture for innovation. 

  • Faisal Hoque
    Founder & Managing Partner, Shadoka

TRACK B | AI & Machine Learning

The Shift from Patient to Customer Experience: Looking after the Individual Not Just the Ailment

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Mindset: The underlying factors which determines the perception of value.
  • Quick wins: Small, easy changes for significant impact.
  • Lasting strategies: How to fundamentally change your organization culture to priorities the customer journey.
  • Tech support: The technologies, systems and software that will get you there. 

  • Christopher Govero
    Executive Director of Performance Improvement and Outpatient Services

TRACK C | AI & Machine Learning

Integration of AI/ML solutions in current care models – how do you assess, calibrate, and integrate

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Identifying your organization’s key challenges and how to successfully match them with the appropriate technology.
  • Deployment strategies: Best practice for seamless transition.
  • The trackers and benchmarks to ensure ROI on your AI/ML investment

TRACK D | Applied Big Data Analytics

Creating Access and Finding Value through Data

 

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Ensuring patients have affordable, timely access to medicines and vaccines.
  • How to deliver value-based healthcare through data.
  • Innovation using “real world” health informatics and data infrastructure

  • Dr. Christopher Boone
    Vice President, Head of Real World Data & Analytics Center of Excellence, Patient & Health Impact

TRACK E | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

Population Genomics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understanding the applications of population genomics.
  • Developing new statistical approaches to the analysis of large genome samples.
  • The possibilities of machine learning and population genomics. 

Lunch Break & Networking

Featured Keynote

Keynote | General Session

Hospital quality care delivered in the home

Keynote: Quality Care at Home in the 21st Century

Healthcare is moving towards utilizing innovative technologies and comprehensive clinical services that support payers and provider organizations who are embarking on creating new payment models for cost effective episodic patient care for defined conditions. Collaborative care models will need to support lower medical costs while improving patient and caregiver satisfaction.

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Providing a better understanding of new clinical models
  • Demonstrating quality care outside the hospital setting
  • Identifying new payment models for reimbursement

  • Sumit Nagpal
    Sumit Kumar Nagpal, Managing Director, Global Digital Health Strategy Lead, Accenture, Chairman and Co-Founder, CareFully, Co-Founder, LumiraDx

15-minute changeover

Break into Summit Streams: 20 Minute How to - Straight to the Core Presentations

TRACK A | Leadership & Innovation Culture

The Road to Value-Based Healthcare: Improving the Efficiency, Quality, and Experience of Healthcare

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Patient Engagement: Giving patients the right tools to be active in their own healht 
  • Provider Experience: Reducing administrative burden so that our providers can keep their focus on the patient rather than the paperwork – and enjoy the practice of medicine
  • Value: Working smarter to deliver quality care at a lower cost

TRACK B | Customer Experience

mHealth Approach for Patient-Centered Informed Consent Process

Informed consent is a crucial component for medical procedures and clinical research to ensure that the patient is aware of the procedures and is able to give their consent. Traditional paper version of informed consent is not adequate to ensure patient understanding. The development of a patient-centered web-based mobile application that integrates video clips, animation, presentations, ect will help to engage the patient and improve the efficiency of obtaining patient consent.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Informed consent tool runs on iPads using virtual coach and an avatar.
  • The text is easy to read and Text-to- speech.
  • Visual aids are in place (integrates video clips, animation, presentations, ect) focus on comprehension.
  • Teach- back, self-test, and quizzes allow the patients to evaluate their understanding of the material.

  • Prof. Fuad Abujarad, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

TRACK C | AI & Machine Learning

Lessons Learned Using Virtual Reality to Treat Over 2400 Patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Not so far in the future, in lieu of popping a pill, doctors might prescribe a virtual beach vacation to ease aches and pains. Cardiologists might offer scenic tours of Icelandic fjords to lower blood pressure, instead of doubling up on drugs. Psychiatrists might treat social phobia by inviting patients to virtual dinner parties. It’s all starting to happen now because of virtual reality (VR) – the mind-bending computer technology that tricks our brains into thinking we are somewhere else. 

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understand the growing potential of this new multibillion dollar field called Medical VR.  
  • Learn latest developments and explosive advances in delivering low-cost, portable and high-quality VR to the masses.
  • Find out top lessons learned from recent studies, using VR in a wide range of patients, and the road ahead.

 

  • Dr. Brennan Spiegel
    Director of Health Services Research

TRACK D | Applied Big Data Analytics

Semantics, AI and synthesizing clinical and biomedical data to accelerate new therapies from bench to bedside: the holy grail for research

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Progress made in understanding how genes may contribute to our risk for disease, including common illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. 
  • How the collection of genetic data can help in the prevention and better treatment of illness.
  • Key learnings from one of the world’s largest databases on genetic, military exposure, lifestyle, and health information.

TRACK E | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

The Potential of Metagenomic Data

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Developing data management and comparative analysis platforms for microbial genomes and metagenomes. 
  • The challenges and opportunities that the huge amount of microbiome data that’s being generated pose to standards and management strategies.
  • The value of data processing integration in enabling the exploration of large metagenomic datasets. 

5-minute changeover period

Break into Summit Streams: 20 Minute How to - Straight to the Core Presentations

TRACK A | Leadership & Innovation Culture

Delivering Leadership in Patient-Centered Care

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Developing, evaluating and commercializing digital health innovations for more efficient and safe care.
  • Evolving the next generation of information systems.
  • Developing system-wide strategic IT initiatives. 

TRACK B | Customer Experience

Creating a seamless, coordinated customer care journey

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Seeing and being seen: A call for healing
  • Best practice in developing a patient experience strategy.
  • The importance of empathy in healthcare

TRACK C | AI & Machine Learning

AI for Drug Discovery

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The current drug development process, from initial discover to market, takes an average of 10 years: How can AI streamline the process?
  • The potential benefits and key progress made to date in using AI to speed up drug discovery.
  • How will AI change drug discovery in the future: Current challenges and road ahead. 

TRACK D | Applied Big Data Analytics

The Future of Data Collection

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Strategies for smart data collection
  • Collecting data for medical research vs. to better understand and manage your medical conditions.
  • Taking research out of the lab and into the real world. 

TRACK E | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

Precision Health: From Mobile and Community Health to Genomic Medicine

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Strategies to deliver the right treatment, to the right patient, every time.
  • Developing platforms for big data integration, clinical diagnostics, and patient bio-banking.
  • Current challenges and the road ahead in precision medicine. 

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TRACK A | Leadership & Innovation Culture

The Clinician Perspective: Avoiding Burn Out

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understanding the most common factors behind staff burnout.
  • Establishing strategies and tools to support frontline professionals.
  • Gaining trust and support of digital visions and innovations from frontline staff. 

  • Lisa Goren
    Healthcare Executive Coach & Physician Engagement Advisor, More Good Days Healthcare Consulting

TRACK B | Customer Experience

Addressing the Rise and Fall of Healthcare Consumerism through Technology

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How has technology aided both the rise and fall of consumerism in healthcare?
  • The problem: Extending reach outside of the care setting while also improving the customer experience
  • The solution: How to develop a strategy for combined patient improvement and patient experience

  • Michael Archuleta 
    Director for Information Technology Services at Mt San Rafael Hospital + Fujitsu Ambassador 

TRACK C | AI & Machine Learning

Conversational AI for personalized healthcare: Advanced Natural Language Processing Technology

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Natural Language Processing: Current advancements, challenges and future possibilities.
  • The next generation of clinical decision support tools
  • How to extract actionable insights from highly complex data. 

TRACK D | Applied Big Data Analytics

Unlocking the Possibilities of Big Data through the Cloud

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to deliver secure sharing of patient and program information.
  • Improving customer experience with a seamless patient journey
  • Making mobile healthcare easier and more streamlined. 

TRACK E | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

The Future of Cancer Treatment

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Delivering precision treatment through precision data.
  • How to improve and accelerate scientific knowledge into clinical care.
  • A look at the FIRE Analytics Program at MD Anderson. 

5-minute changeover period

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Panel Session | Leadership & Innovation Culture

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

Panel Session | Customer Experience

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

Panel Session | AI & Machine Learning

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

Panel Session | Applied Big Data Analytics

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

Panel Session | Genomics, Personalization & Precision Medicine

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

After Work Drinks & Networking

DAY 4 | Main Summit | 27th September 2018

Breakfast & Networking

Chairperson’s Welcome & Introduction to Keynote

Keynote Panel Discussion

Keynote | General Session

Keynote Panel Discussion: What will the Hospital Look Like in 2030?

As healthcare shifts from volume to value, the ability to effectively determine the most efficient, cost effective and appropriate health plan for patients is now more important than ever before. Through technology the individual is now able to easily monitor vital signs and overall wellbeing, allowing them to become active and responsive stakeholders in their health plan, increase quality of life and take preventative actions against further development of chronic illness. The rise in cost, pressure on resources and more stakeholders than ever before, the very fabric of traditional hospital services and care delivery is being questioned. Join our panel of exerts as they explore what the hospital of the future will look like and the key technologies that will get us there.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The top 5 challenges facing the healthcare today
  • The key services hospitals should shift to a home care setting
  • The most important technologies which will drive healthcare and the hospital into the future

15-minute changeover

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

M&A and Digital Transformation: Anticipating and Implementing the Change

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • M&A as a catalyst for digital transformation and your innovation strategy.
  • Ensuring minimum disruption: Best practice for a seamless transition without impacting quality or safety of care delivery.
  • Fostering a positive culture during the transition.  

  • Bruce Metz
    Vice President and Chief Information Officer

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

How to Use Technology to Improve Access

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to utilize technology for increased patient engagement, self-care and prevention.
  • The next generation of digital services that will revolutionize self-care.
  • Delivering a single, secure, point of access to personalized information: Theory or reality?  

  • Jeanine Maier
    Director, Surgical Specialties

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

The Future of Self-Tracking

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understanding the different ways people record, track and analyze data.
  • Hours slept, steps taken, calories consumed, medications administered: Data as a mirror to the self
  • Self-tracking as a cultural phenomenon 

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

Step 1A: PEOPLE – Educating staff and building engagement to prevent and identify threats

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Protecting patient health information and intellectual property.
  • Providing the training required to limit human error.
  • Establishing the processes to eliminate fraud. 

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Personalization of Diagnostics

New imperatives of healthcare are focusing on prevention, personalization of diagnostics and treatment, and democratization, including access to everyone, anywhere, anytime at a low cost. The technology convergence in medicine is enabled by the powerful combination of microelectronics, microfluidics, distributed network and data analytics.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Pain points and challenges in today’s healthcare systems
  • Hypermobility and microfluidics
  • Democratization of healthcare testing

 

  • Ali Tinazli
    Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences Strategy

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

The Rise of Mega Mergers: How to Scale Operations

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Translating efficiencies into lower costs and lower spending.
  • Reviewing recent case studies and lessons learnt.
  • What the rise of mergers means for the future of healthcare. 

  • Lisa Goren
    Healthcare Executive Coach & Physician Engagement Advisor, More Good Days Healthcare Consulting

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

How to Make the Individual a Stakeholder in their own Care Delivery Plan

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Proactive training: Generating consumer engagement for proactive self-care and life style management.
  • Providing consumers with the skills required to access digital services.
  • Cutting through the noise: How to empower consumers to make informed choices about their health and technologies they choose. 

  • Dr. Bettina Experton 
    President & CEO 

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

How to Use Data from Wearables in Care Delivery

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • A look at the wearables market: The past, present and future.
  • Comparing effectiveness and outcomes from wearables.
  • Collecting objective data, engaging individuals, and developing new health interventions

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

Step 1B: PEOPLE – Educating staff and building engagement to prevent and identify threats

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Transferable Ideas from the Past - Then and now – Understanding the challenges of yesterday to predict and prepare for the threats of tomorrow.
  • What can we learn from healthcare delivery, policy and strategies of the past.
  • Top 5 transferable ideas to bring back in 2018 and beyond.

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Augmented Reality and Diagnostics, Treatment and Therapy

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Technologies which allow doctors to see under patients’ skin with a scalpel.
  • The possibilities of x-ray view in healthcare.
  • Augmented reality to create realistic projections directly on the body. 

Coffee Break & Networking

Break into Summit Streams: 20 Minute How to - Straight to the Core Presentations

TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

Re-Inventing the Doctor’s Visit

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Optimizing the possibilities of technology driven primary care.
  • Providing leadership in the patient journey of the future.
  • The rise of “on demand” care

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

The Smart Home

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Current progress on connecting patients to care from the comfort of home.
  • Key challenges of interoperability: Leveraging devices, software and platforms from multiple providers
  • What the future Smart Home will look like: Key opportunities and gaps for growth

 

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

Delivering Real Value at Mass through Wearables

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Wearables as a tool to achieve “population wellness”
  • How to increase health engagement among consumers to daily and weekly interactions instead of yearly or sporadic interactions through the use of wearables.
  • Improving health status for the long term through easy access of care, information and technology.

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

Step 2A: PLACES – The policies and practical examples you can transfer to your business

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Implementing standards in health data exchange and analytics.
  • Developing a proactive agenda for your organization.
  • Designing and aligning your roadmap with emerging standards. 

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Eliminating Data Inaccuracies through New Technologies for Improved Diagnostics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understanding the impact of inaccuracies in data.
  • How to manually correct data imperfections retrospectively to detect potential patient record discrepancies.
  • Providing clinicians with a checkpoint to minimise risk of human error in diagnostics.

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

The Building Blocks and Barriers of Digital Healthcare

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understanding the key barriers to implementing digital health innovations.
  • Transforming the architecture of healthcare to deliver progress.
  • Scaling innovation: How to spread great ideas and raising standards 

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

New Delivery Channels of Care

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Moving away from person-to-person delivered care whilst maintaining quality and safety of care delivery.
  • Changing patient interaction: Understanding the new omni-channels of care delivery.
  • Adopting care interaction according to age groups and technical abilities

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

Stretchable Electronics to Increase Adherence

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understanding the potential and multiple benefits of soft bioelectronics.
  • How the future of wearables stretch, bend and twist seamlessly with our bodies.
  • Review of case studies and examples of how stretchable electronics are increasing patient adherence and increasing consistent collection of data.

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

Step 2B: PLACES – The policies and practical examples you can transfer to your business

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Stayin above the cybersecurity poverty line.
  • How to share more medical data with more stakeholders for more purposes securely.
  • Developing an effective response plan to swiftly address and minimize damage of potential security breaches. 

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Faster Ways to Get Results from Clinical Diagnostics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Recent advancements and future opportunities in diagnostics.
  • Low-cost, high-output technologies for diagnostics.
  • Review of recent clinical trial in early diagnosis of the Zika virus. 

  • David Ussery
    Professor

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

Transferable Technology: What Can We Learn from Other Industries such as Aviation, Finance and Leisure

Making effective operational decision consistently, hundreds of times per day, demands sophisticated data science. Companies like Southwest Airlines, Amazon, FedEx and UPS are arguably as operationally complex and asset-intensive as hospitals but are far more adept at keeping costs low while still delivering a positive customer (patient) experience.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways

  • Understand how data science approaches used in these other industries can be used to improve planning and execution of key care delivery processes, especially resource utilization (infusion chairs, operating rooms, imaging equipment, labs, clinics, and pharmacies) to transform hospital operations.
  • Increase OR utilization - Learn how UCHealth used predictive analytics, mobile technologies, and cloud computing to increase revenue by $14 million annually.
  • Slash infusion center wait times - Find out how NewYork Presbyterian Cancer Center applied machine learning and optimization algorithms to generate optimal scheduling templates that have reduced wait times by 50%.
  • Eliminate lab delays – See how the Winship Cancer Center at Emory University cut patient wait times from 1 hour to less than 15 minutes in their labs by applying analytics-driven software.

  • Sanjeev Agrawal
    President and CMO

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

Home or Away from Home: Comparing Clinician and Patient/Family-Centered Outcomes Relevant to the Care of Pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia during Periods of Neutropenia

Leukemia is the most common form of cancer in children. During neutropenia, the child is at significant risk for life-threatening bloodstream infections, which can result in delays in starting the next course of chemotherapy as well as in significant morbidity and mortality.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Follow recent progress from a clinical trial reviewing the potential differences in at-hospital and at-home care during neutropenia.
  • Comparing physician-directed and patient-centered outcomes
  • Review of patient-centered outcomes and quality of life surveys.

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

Integrating Consumer Technology in Care Practice: The Case for mobile BP monitoring

The consumer market is filled with wearables and sensors that can be used to help manage health and chronic disease, yet their integration into clinical practice is infrequent. This session will focus on lessons learned from a pilot to test the use of a mobile platform to support clinical pharmacist driven hypertension management in a primary care clinic. The consumer facing mobile platform supported patient home blood pressure monitoring, and patient generated data was available for the pharmacist to incorporate into their clinical practice. Both patients and provider perspectives are considered as we explore the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness of this approach for use within primary care.   

 Key Outcomes & Takeaways: 

  • Identify ways that mobile technologies can be used within clinical practice. 
  • Summarize potential applications of mobile interventions for hypertension management.
  • Summarize patient and provider perspectives of the use of mobile health within clinical practice.
  • Describe relevant considerations that must be made when integrating mobile health into clinical practice.

  • Professor Laurie Buis
    Assistant Professor in Family Medicine and Assistant Professor of Information at the School of Information 

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

STEP 3A: TECHNOLOGY – The products, services and programs that will help you protect, support, identify and eradicate threats

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Achieving better interoperability in healthcare.
  • The future of multiple providers sharing one platform for easily accessible data.
  • A levelled regulatory playing field: Measuring wearables, medical devices, platforms and software by the same guidelines.

  • Tracy Rausch
    Founder

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Advancements in Point-of-Care Diagnostics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Delivering better care and timely treatments through Point-of-Care (POC) testing.
  • Current development and progress of portable diagnostics and monitoring devices.
  • Security issues and regulatory considerations. 

Lunch Break & Networking

Keynote Panel Discussion

Keynote | General Session

Keynote Panel Discussion: The Future of Health Insurance

Due to the ongoing increase in chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease etc. as well as the continuously increasing life expectancy rate - costs in care delivery is spiraling out of control. As a result, the traditional, reactive, insurance models are no longer appropriate for an increasingly older and sicker population. As the majority of chronic conditions is the result of lifestyle choices, insurance and care providers are keen to find ways to get consumers to undertake lasting behavioral change and positive proactive steps towards becoming a stakeholder in their own care journey. With the increasing use of fitness trackers, sensors and wearables it has never been easier to collect data of individual performance and habits. Although it is clear that insurance providers will make use of personalized data, the question of how and to what extent still remains largely unanswered. Join our panelists as they review the future of health insurance and explore solutions to some of the key challenges facing the preventative healthcare industry today.  

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The future of simple and personalized insurance plans.
  • Interoperability of trackers, wearables and sensors from multiple providers: How to collect and analyze the data safely.
  • What about the ethics of personalized data driven insurance plans: Will high-risk patients be penalized? 

 

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

Socialization of Diversity in Healthcare

The healthcare workforce is seeing more diversity with its meaning having several definitions depending on a person to person perception. With the changing healthcare environment and the expanded global demographics of a growing multicultural healthcare business world, it will be important to identify and support people from culturally diverse backgrounds in the healthcare environment.  This should be considered a priority in all institutions.

Key Outcomes and Takeaways:

  • Identify and develop an appreciation for diversity in the workplace
  • Understand what diversity is and how to overcome any workplace obstacles
  • Create programs to support diversity in the workplace

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

Addressing the Disconnect Between Young Doctors and Elderly Patients through VR

 Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Effectively conveying the first-person perspective of vulnerable patient populations through virtual reality.
  • Developing emotional intelligence through immersive experiences.
  • Practical examples from the “We are Alfred” and “The Beatriz” Labs; enabling care providers to experience what advanced macular degeneration, high-frequency hearing loss and Alzheimer’s disease feels like through VR. 

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

Beyond the Wellness and Fitness Market

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Expanding the use of wearables beyond wellness to a clinical setting.
  • Generating consistent and medically relevant data.
  • How can we drive medical wearable implementation in healthcare settings?
  • The regulatory restrictions and key challenges. 

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

STEP 3B: TECHNOLOGY – The products, services and programs that will help you protect, support, identify and eradicate threats

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Potential blockchain applications healthcare.
  • Blockchain in healthcare to achieve efficient, safe and compliant interoperability of data and information.
  • The current landscape for blockchain in healthcare and future opportunities. 

TRACK J | Diagnostics

3rd Generation Sequencing and the Future of Diagnostics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • What does 3rd generation sequencing mean for the future of genomics?
  • Delivering real-time sequencing of DNA samples
  • Faster and more accurate results for better diagnostics and more personalised care. 

5-minute changeover period

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

Innovating Innovation in Healthcare

Designed for hospitals who want to leverage innovation to enhance care deliver, this session will examine how innovation happens in the hospital setting and discuss the innovation lifecycle. By sharing examples of innovation programs and project; we will explore best practices in setting up innovation infrastructure to drive and support internal care delivery innovation, focusing on the key elements in building an innovation culture.

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Understand the innovation lifecycle and how innovation happens in the hospital
  • Learn about exciting new innovations for in patient and out-patient care delivery
  • Learn what elements are critical for building an innovation culture

 

  • Naomi Fried
    Founder and CEO

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

Strategies for Person Centered Design

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Explore how design can improve the human condition.
  • How to leverage design to drive change, and facilitate human-centric innovation. 
  • Creation of health experiences that help people heal and flourish.

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

The Security Aspect of Wearables, Sensors and Trackers

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Putting patients at the center of the healthcare system and giving them full control over their data.
  • The security concerns around medical data readily available at your fingertips.
  • Progress made to date on wearables, access of data and eliminating data theft.

 

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

STEP 3C: TECHNOLOGY – The products, services and programs that will help you protect, support, identify and eradicate threats

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to help the public manage their own data
  • How to improve interoperability and infrastructure
  • Building systems that ensures access and protects patient data 

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Latest Innovation in Lung Cancer Diagnostics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Developing comprehensive data management platforms to streamline management of identification of lung nodules, diagnosis and treatment.
  • Providing multiple solutions that focus on integrating hospital data, patient management and clinical workflows.
  • A look at the recent industry collaboration between Medtronic and Royal Philips.

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TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

A Hospital without Patients: The Rise of the Virtual Hospital

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Exploring new ways to deliver better access to care.
  • Challenges and opportunities with digital provider consultations and remote patient monitoring.
  • What about the human touch? 

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

Improving Customer and Care Provider Communications

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • Developing long-term strategies to improve provider-consumer communication.
  • The importance of clear communication strategies to empower consumers take ownership of their own care delivery plan.
  • Avoiding healthcare risks through efficient communication with consumers, internal staff and stakeholders.

 

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

Leveraging Remote Patient Monitoring Tools

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) new “active devices” incentivized model explained.
  • What does it mean for wearables, sensors and trackers?
  • The new billing opportunities and requirements for remote patient monitoring. 

TRACK I | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

STEP 3D: TECHNOLOGY – The products, services and programs that will help you protect, support, identify and eradicate threats

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to prepare for when – not if – a cybersecurity breach occurs.
  • Implementing access management policies and cyber security audit process.
  • Although 95% of provider executives believe they are protected, only 36% have access management policies and only 34% have a cyber security audit process. 

TRACK J | Diagnostics

Outcomes-Based Collaborative Projects in Diagnostics

Key Outcomes & Takeaways:

  • How to incorporate cardiac computed tomography angiography into clinical protocols.
  • Latest innovation in imaging technology as tool for better health outcomes for patients with chest pain
  • Review of six-month study collaboration between Siemens Healthineers and Florida Hospital, part of Adventist Health System

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

TRACK F | The Future of the Hospital

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

TRACK G | True Home Monitoring

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

TRACK H | Wearables, Sensors & Trackers

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

TRACK D | Cyber Security: A Practical Blueprint for Pro-Active Prevention

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

TRACK E | Diagnostics

30 Minute Panel Session in each track with Speakers & Industry Experts

Join all speakers from today’s track for further discussion and Q&A

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