HIMSS17 Innovation Symposium to focus on artificial intelligence, big data, precision medicine
The HIMSS17 innovation symposium will examine the business and technical context of artificial intelligence, virtual care, big data, precision medicine and more.
Titled “Innovation of Things – What’s In Your Toolbox for New Care Models?” will identify tools, tactics and roadmaps to make new care model innovations scale; provide action items to prepare for the transition to new programs; confront major upcoming trends and consider the actions you should take now to prepare for them.
Symposium sessions include:
Precision Medicine for Every One. This session highlights how IT and tools for managing large datasets can leverage advances in human genomic sequencing and biometric analysis to make personalized medical care achievable.
Speaker: Not yet available.
Time: 8:15AM - 9:15AM EST.
How to Wire and Scale Primary Care Innovation. The panel, comprised of leading experts from three different points of view on the session topic, will each will offer their vision, model, and ideas for innovation for the primary care model.
Speakers: Sandeep Acharya, Vice President of Strategy and New Business, One Medical, and Edwin W. Miller, CTO, Aledade.
Time: 9:30AM - 10:30AM EST.
Direct-to-Consumer Virtual Care: Integrating New Models and Workflows. The presenters will highlight emerging models of consumer-facing virtual care and assess their clinical effectiveness, profitability, efficiency, workflow implications, and future outlook.
Speakers: Deanna Larson, CEO, Avera Care, and Roy Schoenberg, CEO, American Well.
Time: 10:45AM - 11:45AM EST.
Transforming Big Data into Smart Data for New Care Models. New approaches will be examined for building advanced analytics capabilities and a case study of big data transformation in the context of an organization’s new care delivery journey will be highlighted.
Speaker: Dale Sanders, Senior Vice President, Health Catalyst.
Time: 12:45PM - 1:45PM EST.
Consumerism: Strategies to Meet New Market Demands and Rising Expectations. The presenter will describe the behavioral and health care patterns of passive and active healthcare consumers, address how expectations differ by patient archetypes, and dive into the business case for competing on the basis of consumer experience.
Speaker: Doug Thompson, Senior Research Director, Advisory Board Company.
Time: 2:00PM - 3:00PM EST.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Future of Healthcare. This panel explores how machine learning and clinical decision support can augment or replace traditional, human-centered diagnosis and treatment paradigms with more scientific, data-driven methods.
Speakers: Ken Kleinberg, Managing Director, Healthcare IT Advisor, The Advisory Board Company, and Cory Kidd, PhD., CEO, Catalia Health.
Time: 3:15PM - 4:15PM EST.
The Symposium "Innovation of Things – What’s In Your Toolbox for New Care Models?" is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center in Room 304E.
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HIMSS17 runs from Feb. 19-23, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center.
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