(SPONSORED) Justin Barnes interviews CEO of eHealth Services Group Denise Hines, addressing the hot topics of discussion at HIMSS17 including Women in Health IT, workforce diversity and the future of health IT policy and technologies.

Bill Hoberecht and Ann Wells, MD, of Kaiser Permanente Colorado, discuss lessons learned after two decades of population health management. They describe best practices and optimal IT strategies to improve patient outcomes.

Karen Guice, former Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, advises women in health IT to see opportunity in the face of bad experiences and risk taking.


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Indranil Bardhan, professor of information systems, University of Texas Dallas, discusses his project to measure the relative performance of ACOs, and offers his thoughts on how ACOs can best use health IT for care coordination.

Moderated by Healthcare Finance Managing Editor Beth Sanborn, HIMSS17 Social Media Ambassadors Janice McCallum and Rasu Shrestha debate the obstacles facing physician engagement and technology’s role in bucking the trend. McCallum is the managing director of Health Content Advisors, while Shrestha is the chief innovation officer at UPMC and executive vice president at UPMC Enterprises. 

HIMSS17 Social Media Ambassadors Mandi Bishop and Colin Hung discuss the overlap between payer and provider services to patients, who does what and why. Bishop is the chief evangelist and co-founder of Aloha Health, Inc., while Hung is the marketing vice president at Stericycle Communication Solutions. The debate was moderated by Healthcare Finance Managing Editor Beth Sanborn.

(SPONSORED) Lenovo's Tom Foley discusses health IT trends including the gradual transition to value-based care, telemedicine, and improving cybersecurity.

Baystate Health CIO Joel Vengco talks with Healthcare IT News about applying the three pillars of IT to healthcare, as well how his organization has focused on optimizing their legacy EHR rather than replacing it.

(SPONSORED) Scott Monroe, Director of Commercialization for Data Informatics at 3M, discusses the results from a survey of C-suite level healthcare executives on how they feel about the state of value-based care in the face of uncertain policy changes by the new Trump administration.

This panel discussion explores navigating value-based care and different strategies, solutions and opportunities in that space. Co-hosted by This Just In's Justin's Barnes and Tom Sullivan of Healthcare IT News.