Digital Healthcare Agenda

As of June 2, 2014.   For further information regarding agenda, please contact Deb Klein.       Print Agenda

   Tuesday - June 24, 2014                     Auditorium unless otherwise noted

   Wednesday - June 25, 2014             Auditorium unless otherwise noted

  • 1:00 pm

    Registration Opens - Atrium Lobby

  • 1:00  - 2:45 pm

    Networking and Private Meetings - Schedule meetings with colleagues, co-attendees and conference sponsors

  • 3:00 - 3:15 pm

    Opening Remarks

    Mike Klein, Founder and President, WTN Media

    Barry P. Chaiken, MD, CMIO, Infor, Conference Chair

  • 3:20 - 4:00 pm

    How IT Can Disrupt Primary Care Referrals and collaboration with Specialists

    Jonathan Ravdin, MD, CEO, PDS; Former Dean, Medical College of Wisconsin

    Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, CMIO, Infor, Conference Chair

    Powerpoint Presentation (pdf)

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    The current fee for service model incentivizes the use of medical sub-specialty clinic visits and diagnostic testing, resulting in delayed diagnosis and treatment. Critical shortages in medical sub-specialties (such as dermatologists, rheumatologists and cardiologists) further prohibits timely patient access. With the ACO model transferring risk to providers, incentivizes now promote health care quality, decreased utilization, and lower costs.

    Disruptive technologies offer organizations the opportunity to adapt to this new reimbursement scheme. Secure, real-time audio/video communication with scheduling, event capture and screen sharing capabilities is one example of such a technology. In this session attendees will:

    • Learn the impact of one disruptive technology on the utilization of specialty consultations

    • Review how the patient centered medical home model can be applied across multiple specialties in an organization

    • Investigate the use of email as a clinical consultation medium

    • Explore how technology could better leverage specialists to achieve improved outcomes and access to care

  • 4:05 - 5:00 pm

    Shifting to Retail: Delivering Healthcare at a Store Near You

    Adam Pellegrini, Vice President of Digital Health & Advisor Walgreens Ventures

    Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, CMIO, Infor, Conference Chair

    Powerpoint Presentation (pdf)

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    The role of the retail setting in healthcare delivery continues to expand as care delivery models change in response to shifting reimbursement schemes. Retail stores such as pharmacies, leverage online and digital technologies to facilitate the efficient and effective delivery of healthcare services. These entities create a seamless consumer experience among the store, Internet, wearable devices, and smartphones.

    In this session, attendees will:

    ·         Learn about virtual health currency

    ·         Understand the concepts underpinning connected health

    ·         Review one company’s attempts to engage the consumer and drive healthy behavior

  • 5:00 - 6:30 pm

    Networking and Cocktail Reception - Atrium Lobby

  • 6:30 pm

    Dinner on your own

  • 6:30 - 8:30 pm

    Advisory Board Dinner (Invitation Only) - Skyview Room ~ 8th Floor, Fluno Center

  • 7:00 am

    Registration Opens - Atrium Lobby

  • 8:00 - 8:15 am

    Opening Remarks

    Mike Klein, Founder and President, WTN Media

    Barry P. Chaiken, MD, CMIO, Infor, Conference Chair

  • 8:20 - 9:20 am

    Goodbye Marcus Welby, Hello Retail Clinics and Empowered Consumers

    Ken Kleinberg, Managing Director, The Advisory Board

    Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, CMIO, Infor, Conference Chair

    Powerpoint Presentation (pdf)

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    As more Americans move into high deductible health plans where price is more important than ever before, disruptive business models are emerging to provide services to these consumers. The expansion of coverage due to the Affordable Care Act also delivers to the marketplace healthcare consumers unaligned with previous provider relationships or expectations. In this session attendees will:

    • Review the needs and emerging options for these new consumers

    • Explore the impact of these changes on traditional providers

    • Consider what the provider landscape will look like in three years

    • Lean about what some large companies are doing to generate revenue from these new business models and service offerings

  • 9:30 - 10:45 am

    Disruptive Care Models: Wall St. Driving Healthcare on Main Street

    Michael Burger, Director, Fitch Ratings

    Ashok Singh, SVP Healthcare Engineering, TransUnion Healthcare

    Jeffrey Grossman, MD, CEO and President, UW Medical Foundation

    Jeff Sahrbeck, Managing Director, Ponder & Co.

    Peter Christman, EVP, COO, UW Medical Foundation

    Steve Huser, SVP Treasury Services, Aurora Health Care

    Moderator: Chris Murphy, Editor, InformationWeek

    Co-Moderator: Philip Loftus, PhD, CIO, Aurora Health Care; Co-Chair

    Powerpoint Presentation - Fitch (pdf)

    Powerpoint Presentation - TransUnion (pdf)

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    What are the financial benefits of mergers and consolidation? Consumer credit rating firms have healthcare offerings that match patient consumer data with providers' information to predict likeliness to pay and reduce bad debt for providers. At the same time, the staggering cost of technology impacts the cost and ability to raise institutional capital.

    This session attendees will explore:

    - The factors impacting hospital credit ratings

    - How disruptive technology impacts hospital credit ratings and the cost of capital

    - The impact of high deductible plans and the consumer/patient satisfaction and ability to pay

  • 10:45 - 11:20 am

    Networking Break

  • 11:25 - 12:20 pm

    Changing Business Models: A Framework for Survival

    John Byrnes, Executive Chairman of the Board and President, Mason Wells; Board of Trustees of the Medical College of Wisconsin

    Co-Moderator: Seth Foldy MD MPH FAAFP, Principal, Preventive Health Systems

    Co-Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, CMIO, Infor, Conference Chair

    Powerpoint Presentation (pdf)

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    Government regulation and technical innovation combine to drive rapid changes in the healthcare industry in ways similarly seen in other industries over the last half century. Adaptive organizations survived while those refusing to change disappeared.

    In this session attendees will:

    ·         Review experiences of other industries responding to change

    ·         Explore future healthcare business models

    ·         Identify strategies that create sustainable competitive advantages

  • 12:30 - 1:25 pm

    Lunch - Oros Dining Room ~ 1st Floor, Fluno Center

  • 1:30 - 2:10 pm

    Disruptive  Care - Fast Data and Trusted Analytics Provide  Insights for Critical Decisions

    Alan Eisman, Executive Director, Healthcare Industry, Information Builders

    Christine Bessler, CIO/VP Information Technology, ProHealth Care, Inc.

    Philip Loftus, PhD, CIO, Aurora Health Care; Conference Co-Chair

    Powerpoint Presentation (pdf)

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    To survive the onslaught of disruptive technologies, new competitors, and empowered consumers, healthcare organizations (HCOs) have to be proactive, adaptive and agile. Timely, trusted and transparent information allows organizations to understand the impact of these disruptive changes and to make any necessary changes in their activities. The need for new types of data from various sources requires an HCO to develop competencies in enterprise information management and analytics.  Attendees in this session will:

    *         Review examples of emerging disruptive technologies

    *         Explore the organizational and technology issues critical in making decisions

    *         Learn how new analytics can help organizations adapt

  • 2:10 - 2:30 pm

    Networking Break

  • 2:35 - 3:10 pm

    Ideas to Execution  - Emerging Disruptive Technologies

    Niko Skievaski, Director, 100state

    J Schwan, Founder and CEO, Solstice Mobile

    Mark Bakken, CEO & Co-Founder, Nordic Consulting

    Moderator: Bryan Chan, President & Founder, SupraNet

    No powerpoint

    Join the conversation with leading entrepreneurs to discuss the next generation of companies positioned to innovate and re-shape healthcare.

  • 3:15 - 3:55 pm

    CIO Perspectives: Moving Beyond Meaningful Use to Practical Use

    Eric Helsher, Executive Director - Clinical Adoption Program, Epic

    Bruce Quade, CIO, Group Health Cooperative – South Central Wisconsin

    Jocelyn G. DeWitt, Ph.D, Vice President, Chief Information Officer, UW Health

    Christine Bessler , CIO/VP Information Technology, ProHealth Care, Inc.

    Philip Loftus, PhD, CIO, Aurora Health Care; Conference Co-Chair

    No Powerpoint

    (Click for session description)

    Initial EMR installs were focused on breaking down the silos of a paper-based system. Replacing the paper record was later augmented by additional electronic capabilities for safety and efficiency, such as e-prescribing, barcoding, and device integration. The HITECH Act drove investment in EMRs and the chasing of meaningful use incentive payments. Now, as margins shrink and payment reform looms, the goal of an EMR is to drive new care delivery models that increase revenue and reduce costs.

    Join the discussion on:

    • Engaging the patient, new virtual and population-focused delivery models, and true decision support that creates real quality improvements

    • How EMRs can support population-focused delivery models

    • Approaches that will win the favor of the consumer-driven patient, physician employees and affiliates, board members, and donors behind future investments

  • 4:00 - 5:30 pm

    Closing Reception and HIT Meetup

June 24 - 25, 2014

Fluno Center

601 University Avenue

Madison, WI 53715

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