HIMSS18 guide to cloud computing sessions
This year’s health IT conference will feature a number of sessions specific to cloud computing.
Experts will address a range of topics, from security and compliance to artificial intelligence, machine learning to disruptive transformation to clinical decision support, and that is just a start.
Here’s our roundup of cloud computing highlights at HIMSS18.
Cutting Edge Health Technology Compliance Issues: The Double-Edged Sword
This session will discuss being compliant with cloud computing in terms of data analytics and telehealth, as well as the 21st Century Cures Act, medical device security, hacking, protected health information in the software-as-a-service model, including a look at the Health and Human Services guidance. This session is part of a special program called Compliance Symposium: Mastering Compliance: What You Must Know. Extra fees and separate registration are required.
Speakers: Elaine Zacharakis Loumbas, Health, Technology & Privacy Attorney, Zacharakis Loumbas Law; Ken Mortensen, Data Protection Officer, Global Trust & Privacy, InterSystems
When: 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. March 5
Where: Venetian Lando 4204
Technology for a Healthier Future: Modernization, Machine Learning, and Moonshots with HIMSS18 Keynote Speaker Eric Schmidt
In the opening keynote of HIMSS18, Eric Schmidt, Technical Advisor and former Executive Chairman of Alphabet (parent company of Google), will discuss the promise and untapped potential for fighting disease and improving health. Schmidt will also share his perspective as a technology veteran about what can be done to speed up progress toward putting technology to its best use to make life better for people all over the planet.
Speaker: Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet
When: 5 - 6:30 p.m. March 5
Where: Venetian Palazzo Ballroom
HIPAA Compliance and the Public Cloud at John Muir
Speakers will discuss compliance obstacles common in the public cloud, including data leakage from popular applications, notably Microsoft Office365 or Box and data leakage to social media and other unmanaged consumer applications. They will discuss how John Muir achieves HIPAA compliance in the cloud and, according to the session description, attendees will gain “actionable insights that you can implement immediately.”
Speakers: Bill Hudson, ACIO, VP IT Operations, John Muir Health; Rich Campagna, VP, Products & Marketing, Bitglass
When: 12:30 - 12:50 p.m. March 6
Where: Venetian Veronese Booth 8500
HIPAA and a Cloud Computing Shared Security Model
The shared security model common in cloud computing does not work if users, whether
Hospitals, health plans and business associates that partake in a shared security model to comply with HIPAA’s Security Rule must understand the requirements of each cloud service provider and what responsibilities every party must address. Speakers will share insights about HIPAA as well as other laws.
Speaker: Adam Greene, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
When: 1 – 2 p.m. March 6
Where: Venetian Marcello 4401
Redefining Healthcare Landscape with Cloud and AI
A Google official will demonstrate how hospitals can harness the cloud and machine learning for innovative ways to extract insight from data, and share advice about preparing them for the future.
Speaker: Evren Eryurek, Google Cloud Healthcare, Google, Inc.
When: 10:30 - 10:50 a.m. March 8
Where: Sands Hall G Booth 9900
The Cloud Through the Eyes of a Community Health Center CIO
A veteran CIO “with extensive experience managing IT for community hospitals and medical groups” will discuss the challenges unique to smaller healthcare provider organizations moving core applications and sensitive data to the cloud — as well as unexpected opportunities.
Speakers: Larry Allen, CIO, MCR Health Services; Matt Ferrari, CTO, ClearDATA Networks
When: 4 – 5 p.m. March 7
Where: Venetian Palazzo L
CDS in the Cloud: Deploying a CDC Guideline for National Use
Experts will demonstrate how clinical decision support can be scaled to multiple endpoints and SMART on FHIR applications. They will show a clinical scenario outpatient encounter to highlight attention to the current state of the art, including future standards harmonization and APIs.
Speakers: Blackford Middleton, Chief Informatics and Innovation Officer, Apervita, Inc.; Ninad Mishra, Health Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
When: 1 – 2 p.m. March 8
Where: Venetian Murano 3304
Healthcare Transformation Led and Enabled by Disruptive Cloud Technology
Kaiser Permanente and Trinity Health will present case studies on their journey to the cloud. Speakers will share a roadmap to digitization and modernization, such as self-service tools, technologies that improve worker productivity. They will share insights into the business benefits of digitization.
Speakers: Scott Floyd, Executive Director, Kaiser Permanente; Anthony Camoratto, VP, HR Shared Services, Trinity Health; Rattan Singh, Director, Pricewaterhousecoopers
When: 1 – 2 p.m. March 8
Where: Venetian Palazzo D
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