Harvard Medical School Executive Education for HIMSS

DATA, INSIGHTS & STRATEGIES

for the Health Enterprise

A Harvard Medical School Executive Education Program for HIMSS

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Wednesday, June 19 – Friday, June 21, 2019
Harvard Medical School – Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

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Price: $5,950

Program pricing includes breakfast and lunch daily, and one dinner. Please reference agenda for detailed schedule.

Registration fees, less a $100.00 cancellation fee, are refundable if completed by or before Monday, May 20, 2019, 12:00 am CT.

Registrations received after May 20, 2019, 12:00 am CT are not refundable.

To cancel your registration or for any other registration questions, please email [email protected].

Please note: Registration cancellations will not automatically cancel your hotel or other reservations. Attendees must cancel any reservations made, i.e., airfare, hotel, car rental, etc., as related to this event.

HOTEL INFORMATION

Hyatt Regency Cambridge


Situated along scenic Charles River and overlooking the Boston skyline, Hyatt Regency Cambridge is a welcoming hotel conveniently located just steps from the city and the Harvard Medical School campus. Rooms are just $289, plus tax, per night between June 18-21. Book online by May 20.

Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Back Bay


This stylish and modern all-suite hotel is conveniently located just a mile from the program’s location. Truly unique among Boston extended-stay hotels, the heated indoor pool, full-service Terrace Bar and proximity to campus are ideal. Rooms are just $309, plus tax, per night between June 18-21. Book by May 27 online, or call 800.331.3131 and mention code EEPEEP.

TRAVEL INFORMATION


Airport:

Boston Logan International Airport

Transportation to Harvard Medical School:

  • Uber or Lyft (recommended for travel within the Boston area)
  • MBTA (this is the public transportation system of MA)
  • Amtrak

Program Locations

  • June 19-20, 2019: Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115
  • June 21, 2019: Gordon Hall, Waterhouse Room, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston, MA 02115

Weather:

  • Highs of around 78 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Lows of around 60 degrees Fahrenheit
  • While the weather is warm in June, please consider bringing a light jacket since the morning and night time can get chilly.

Dress code:

Business Casual

SPEAKERS


Andrew Beam

Andrew Beam
Instructor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School

Andrew Beam, PhD is senior fellow at Flagship Pioneering and head of machine learning at a Flagship-backed venture that seeks to use machine learning to improve our ability to engineer proteins. Previously, he was a faculty member within the department of biomedical informatics at Harvard Medical School. His research develops and applies machine-learning methods to extract meaningful insights from massive clinical and biological datasets. He earned his PhD in bioinformatics for work on Bayesian neural network models of genome-wide association studies.

Ronald Dixon, MD

Ronald Dixon, MD
Head of Clinical Affairs, Onduo

Ronald Dixon is a healthcare delivery innovator who believes in accessible care for patients with chronic diseases. Currently, Ron serves as head of clinical affairs and president of the physician group at Onduo. Onduo is a Sanofi and Verily joint venture that combines sensors, software and people to deliver diabetes care to individuals across the U.S.

Prior to Onduo, Ron was a medical director at Massachusetts General Hospital and an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. He focused on scalable solutions for population health and built applications to manage several chronic diseases through telemedicine enablement. Ron completed medical school at Dartmouth Medical School, his residency in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an administrative fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Elaine Goodman, MD, MBA
Elaine Goodman, MD, MBA
Associate Chief Medical Officer, Wellframe Medical Director, Medical Walk-In Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital

Elaine Besancon Goodman, MD, MBA is a practicing physician focused on driving payer-provider collaboration and care team performance optimization. She is the associate chief medical officer at Wellframe, a patented value-driven digital health management solution. By delivering care transformation services, interactive engagement, clinical programs that address the medical and social determinants of health, and rigorous analytics, Wellframe helps healthcare organizations achieve measurable results.

Dr. Goodman also serves as an instructor at Harvard Medical School and as an assistant in medicine and medical director of the medical walk-in unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she focuses on right-siting care, avoiding preventable ED visits, and improving patient satisfaction with timely access to care. Dr. Goodman trained at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she was the recipient of the McArthur Fellowship for Clinical Leadership.


John Halamka, MD, MS
John Halamka, MD, MS
Chief Information Officer, Executive Vice President, Member Executive Council and Member Executive Leadership Team, KeyCorp

John D. Halamka, MD, MS is international healthcare innovation professor, Harvard Medical School, and executive director, Health Technology Exploration Center, Beth Israel Lahey Health. Previously, he served for over 20 years as CIO at Beth Israel Deaconess System. He is chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN) and a practicing emergency physician.

As the leader for innovation at Beth Israel Lahey Health, Dr. Halamka oversees digital health relationships with industry, academia and government worldwide. As a Harvard professor, he has served the George W. Bush and Obama administrations and helped other national governments plan their health IT strategy. In his role at Beth Israel Deaconess System, he was responsible for all clinical, financial, administrative and academic IT, serving 3,000 doctors, 12,000 employees and 1 million patients.

Dr. Halamka completed his undergraduate studies at Stanford University, where he received a degree in medical microbiology and public policy with a focus on technology. He entered medical school at the University of California, San Francisco and pursued graduate work in bioengineering at the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on technology issues in medicine. He completed his residency at Harbor–UCLA Medical Center in the department of emergency medicine. Dr. Halamka has authored 12 books on technology-related issues, hundreds of articles and thousands of posts on his Geekdoctor blog.


Inga Lennes, MD, MPH, MBA
Inga Lennes, MD, MPH, MBA
Senior Vice President of Performance Improvement and Service Excellence, Massachusetts General Physicians Organization

Inga T. Lennes, MD, MPH, MBA is the senior vice president for service excellence and practice improvement at the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO), as well as a practicing thoracic medical oncologist and quality-of-care researcher. She went to the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed internal medicine residency training and chief residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Lennes completed a fellowship in medical oncology at Dana Farber Cancer Institute and joined Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School staff in 2009. At MGH, she has served as the director of clinical quality and director of ambulatory care at the MGH Cancer Center. In 2016, she joined senior leadership at MGH and the MGPO and has focused her administrative efforts on improved ambulatory access, operations and patient experience.

Kenneth Mandl, MD, MPH
Kenneth Mandl, MD, MPH
Director, Computational Health Informatics Program, Boston Children’s Hospital. Donald A.B. Lindberg Professor of Pediatrics & Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School

Kenneth D. Mandl, MD, MPH directs CHIP (Computational Health Informatics Program) at Boston Children's Hospital and is the Donald A.B. Lindberg Professor of Pediatrics and Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School. Mandl's work at the intersection of population and individual health has had a unique, sustained influence on the developing field of biomedical informatics. His Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers was for pioneering real-time biosurveillance, tracking infections and detecting outbreaks with diverse data.

Mandl developed a widely adopted, highly influential approach (SMART) – substitutable iPhone-like apps that run universally on health IT systems – that let innovators like Apple and Google reach market scale and patients and doctors access an “app store for health.” Mandl uses his open-source inventions to lead large EHR research networks, and he is principal investigator of the Accessible Research Commons for Health (ARCH) network across Boston hospitals and nationally.

Mandl received the Clifford A. Barger Award for top mentors at Harvard Medical School. He was advisor to two directors of the CDC and chaired the Board of Scientific Counselors of the NIH’s National Library of Medicine. He has been elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation, Society for Pediatric Research, American College of Medical Informatics and American Pediatric Society. He is a recent recipient of the Donald A.B. Lindberg Award for Innovation in Informatics.

Lee Schwamm, MD
Lee Schwamm, MD
Director, Center for TeleHealth. C. Miller Fisher Chair of Vascular Neurology. Exec. Vice Chairman of Neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital

Lee Schwamm, MD graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed his training in neurocritical care and vascular neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He is professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and holds the C. Miller Fisher Chair of Vascular Neurology at MGH, where he is executive vice chairman of neurology and director of the Comprehensive Stroke Center and the Center for TeleHealth. He oversees stroke quality initiatives across the Partners Healthcare System and through many American Heart Association committees. He is the author of over 400 peer-reviewed articles, and his pioneering work in stroke telehealth and quality improvement science has been recognized with numerous awards. His research funding has included NIH, CDC, PCORI and AHRQ, among others.

Manu Tandon, MBA, MPA
Manu Tandon, MBA, MPA
Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Manu Tandon is the chief information officer for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a Harvard Medical School-affiliated academic medical center in Boston. In his current role, he is responsible for all IT functions pertaining to the medical center. He founded and directs BIDMC's Center for IT Exploration, which works to adopt innovative analytics, mobile, cloud and AI/ML solutions for operational efficiencies and to enhance the experience of BIDMC's providers, patients and staff. Before joining BIDMC in 2014, Manu served as the secretariat chief information officer for Massachusetts' Executive Office of Health and Human Services, where he led the state’s largest public sector IT portfolio. As Massachusetts' state HIT coordinator, Manu led the development of the nation's first Medicaid-funded statewide HIE, known as Mass HIWay, which now supports more than 200 million healthcare transactions. He was recognized by Computerworld Magazine as one of the Premier 100 IT Leaders and by New England HIMSS as CIO of the Year for 2014. Manu has an engineering degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, an MBA from Boston University and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School.

David Y. Ting, MD
David Y. Ting, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer, Massachusetts General Physicians Organization

David Y. Ting, MD, FAAP, FACP is CMIO of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO) and co-director of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Innovation in Digital HealthCare (CIDH). Dr. Ting is dual-board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics and is a practicing primary care internist and pediatrician at MGH. He is an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He earned his MD from Duke University Medical School and then completed a combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency in the Harvard Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Program, where he later became the residency program director. Dr. Ting’s involvement in health IT began in 1997, when he implemented one of the first practice-wide electronic medical records in an MGH health center. He was named associate medical director for information systems for the MGPO in 2010 and became its CMIO in 2014. In this role, he has liaised among MGPO’s nearly 3,000 faculty physicians, 250 ambulatory practices, hospital and health IT leadership, and enterprise management teams. In his leadership role in the MGH CIDH, Dr. Ting brings MGH innovators and investigators together with internal and industry partners to coordinate, guide and promote ideation, development, implementation and scaling of next-generation digital healthcare solutions.

Sree Chaguturu, MD
Sree Chaguturu, MD
Vice President of Population, Health Management, Partners HealthCare

Sree Chaguturu, MD is chief population officer at Partners HealthCare. He is part of the leadership team focused on the health system’s aspirations of improving quality and reducing costs for the populations it serves. He provides oversight for the system’s accountable care organization, caring for 500,000 lives, as well as for the organization’s self-insured health plan that covers 100,000 beneficiaries.

Dr. Chaguturu is a practicing internal medicine physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. Additionally, he is a recognized author; his articles have appeared in publications such as the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA and Health Affairs. Dr. Chaguturu received his BA in biology from Brown University and his doctorate of medicine from Brown University Medical School. He performed his internal medicine and primary care training at Massachusetts General Hospital.


Jane Fogg, MD, MPH

Jane Fogg, MD, MPH
Specialty Director of Internal Medicine and Population Health, Atrius Health

Jane F. Fogg, MD, MPH joined Atrius Health as the chair of internal medicine in May 2016. She is responsible for the care delivery and outcomes of a primary care practice with over 300 adult providers in over 22 locations across eastern Massachusetts. Jane leads a team focused on primary care redesign for reliable systems that are team based and patient centered and return joy to the practice of medicine. A key underpinning to her work in healthcare reform is the adoption of technologies like automation and predicative analytics into frontline workflows to ensure efficiency, reliability and access. A graduate of Harvard College, Columbia School of Public Health and Columbia School of Medicine, Jane has been a leader and an innovator in primary care practice since completing her residency. Prior to joining Atrius Health, she was a practicing physician at Dimock Community Health Center in Roxbury and the director of adult medicine and residency training and of the Diabetes Collaborative Project. Jane is a 2014 graduate of the Linde Family Fellowship for Primary Care leadership and an advocate for strong public health systems.

Aashima Gupta, MS

Aashima Gupta, MS
Director, Global Healthcare Solutions, Google Cloud

Aashima Gupta, MS is director of global healthcare solutions at Google Cloud. She sets the direction for transformative healthcare solutions and leads engagement with key healthcare executives to help transform their business strategies and define new models for care, revenue generation and improved patient experiences. By incorporating strategic technology elements of artificial intelligence and cloud technologies into the care regimen, she strongly believes that patient care and experience can be substantially improved. She founded and led healthcare vertical and interoperability efforts at Apigee and is a passionate advocate for open data and the use of APIs to overcome healthcare data silos.

Previously, Aashima led digital health incubations at Kaiser Permanente, where she was responsible for driving innovation through the convergence of various digital technologies. She received her BS in computer science and a master’s degree in computer applications from Delhi University, India. She holds two patents in the field of computer applications, has authored several healthcare articles, and is a frequent speaker at industry forums. Most recently, she was awarded as one of the Most Influential Women in Healthcare IT by HIMSS. She is founder of GirlsInTek, an initiative whose purpose is to ignite girls’ innovative talent and interest in computer science.

Peter Healy, MHA

Peter Healy, MHA
President, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Peter J. Healy, MHA is president of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare administration. Before joining BIDMC in January 2017, he served as president of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital–Milton for four years. He has previously served as chief administrator of the Faculty Practice Plan and vice president of professional services at Boston Medical Center, and as vice president of medical affairs and clinical services at Brigham and Women’s/Faulkner Hospital.

Mr. Healy earned his master’s degree in healthcare administration from Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, and his bachelor’s degree at the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.

David Levine, MD, MA

David Levine, MD, MA
Director, Hospital at Home Program, Brigham & Women’s Hospital

David Levine, MD, MPH, MA is a practicing general internist and clinician-investigator at Brigham Health and Harvard Medical School. He is active in clinical and translational research through a focus on optimizing quality time at home by shifting care home, decentralizing care, utilizing digital health technology, and measuring the quality and experience of healthcare. He sees his role as helping patients achieve the right care at the right time in the right place by designing, implementing and evaluating innovative interaction spaces between care team, technology and patient.

Linnea Olson

Linnea Olson
Patient Advocate

Linnea Olson was diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer in April of 2005. In addition to being a vocal advocate for cancer patients, Linnea is a mother, artist, writer, friend and adventurer. She refers to herself as a terminal optimist; someone who is living (each day to the fullest) with stage 4 lung cancer. Learn more about Linnea's incredible journey on her blog at https://outlivinglungcancer.com/about/.

Stanley Shaw, MD, PhD

Stanley Shaw, MD, PhD
Associate Dean of Executive Education, Harvard Medical School

Stanley Y. Shaw, MD, PhD is the inaugural associate dean for executive education at Harvard Medical School. He designs and directs a growing portfolio of programs for companies and executive leaders from diverse sectors of healthcare – from small biotechs to Fortune 100 companies. Dr. Shaw is also the chief scientific officer for One Brave Idea at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, an initiative funded by the American Heart Association, Verily and Astra Zeneca to understand and treat the earliest changes in coronary heart disease. His research seeks to understand how digital health, bioinformatics, the gut microbiome and patient-reported data can be leveraged to better assess health and disease. Previously, he co-founded the Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH) at Massachusetts General Hospital, and his team led the development of one of the first ResearchKit iPhone apps in partnership with Apple. Dr. Shaw received his BA in chemistry and physics from Harvard College and his MD and PhD in biophysics from Harvard. He completed his clinical training in internal medicine and cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Mary Tharayil, MD, MPH
Mary Tharayil, MD, MPH
Medical Director for eCare, Quality and Safety, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Primary Care Center of Excellence Staff Physician, Primary Care Associates of Brookline Instructor, Harvard Medical School

Mary J. Tharayil, MD, MPH is originally from India, grew up in Kuwait, and came to the U.S. to attend college and medical school at Harvard. After obtaining her MD, she received an MPH in international health from Harvard School of Public Health, then completed an internal medicine residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. She worked as an internist/primary care physician for nearly seven years at Atrius Health and for the last four years at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She divides her time equally between caring directly for patients and serving as the medical director of e-care, quality and safety at Brigham and Women’s Hospital Primary Care Center of Excellence. In the latter role, her responsibilities include EHR optimization/training, peer education, safety event review, risk management, systems improvement and meeting quality targets, among others. She is also an instructor at Harvard Medical School.
8:30 am - 9:00 am
Welcoming Remarks and Introduction

Stanley Shaw, MD, PhD
Associate Dean of Executive Education, Harvard Medical School
9:00 am - 10:15 am
At the Intersection of Enterprise Data Analytics and Population Management:
Optimizing Value, Cost and Care

Sree Chaguturu, MD
Chief Population Officer, Partners HealthCare
10:15 am - 10:30 am
Break
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Ease Administrative Burden While Improving Workflow: IT Solutions

David Y. Ting, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer, Massachusetts General Physicians Organization
11:45 am - 12:00 pm
Break
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Lunch Session
The Future of Cloud Services Across the Healthcare Ecosystem


Aashima Gupta, MS
Director, Global Healthcare Solutions, Google Cloud
1:15 pm - 1:30 pm
Break
1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
SMART on FHIR: Exploring an Emerging Apps Ecosystem for Data Access and Sharing

Kenneth Mandl, MD, MPH
Director, Computational Health Informatics Program (CHIP), Boston Children's Hospital; Donald A.B. Lindberg Professor of Pediatrics and Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Break
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Tech and Biopharma:
New Partners for Chronic Disease Management

Ronald Dixon, MD
Head of Clinical Affairs, Onduo
4:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Debrief and Group Reflections
8:45 am - 9:00 am
Lessons from Day One and Introduction to Day Two

Stanley Shaw, MD, PhD
Associate Dean of Executive Education, Harvard Medical School
9:00 am - 10:15 am
Community Primary Care Perspectives:
Patients, Providers and Health IT

Mary J. Tharayil, MD, MPH
Medical Director for eCare, Quality and Safety, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Primary Care Center of Excellence; Staff Physician, Primary Care Associates of Brookline Instructor, Harvard Medical School
10:15 am - 10:30 am
Break
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Data Analytics and Unmet Needs for Ambulatory Practice Management

Jane Fogg, MD, MPH
Speciality Director of Internal Medicine and Population Health, Atrius Health
11:45 am - 12:00 pm
Break
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Lunch Session
The Future of Healthcare:
Digital Health Management

Elaine Goodman, MD, MBA
Associate Chief Medical Officer at Wellframe; Medical Director, Medical Walk-In Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital
1:15 pm - 1:30 pm
Break
1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
AI and Data for a Learning Health System

Andrew Beam, PhD
Instructor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Break
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Views from the Top:
A C-Suite Perspective on What's Next in Health IT

John Halamka, MD
International Healthcare Innovation Professor, Harvard Medical School; Executive Director, Health Technology
4:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Debrief and Group Reflections
8:45 am - 9:00 am
Lessons from Day 2 and Introduction to Day 3

Stanley Shaw, MD, PhD
Associate Dean of Executive Education, Harvard Medical School
9:00 am - 10:15 am
Data Analytics and Health IT: Center Stage of an Organization’s

Peter Healy, MHA
President, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Manu Tandon, MBA, MPA
Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
10:15 am - 10:30 am
Break
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Telehealth from the IT Perspective

Lee Schwamm, MD
Director, Center for TeleHealth; C. Miller Fisher Chair of Vascular Neurology, Executive Vice Chairman of Neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital

David Levine, MD, MA
Director, Hospital at Home Program, Brigham & Women’s Hospital
11:45 am - 12:00 pm
Break
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Lunch Session
Novel Applications:
Highlighting the Convergence of Data for Quality, Safety and Practice Improvement

Inga Lennes, MD, MPH, MBA
Senior Vice President of Performance Improvement and Service Excellence, Massachusetts General Physicians Organization
1:15 pm - 1:30 pm
Break
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
The Power of Self-Advocacy: One Patient’s Journey from Misdiagnosis to Activism

Linnea Olson
Patient Advocate
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Conclusion and Group Reflection


Speakers are subject to change according to speaker availability.
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In today's complex healthcare environment, healthcare organizational leadership faces a multitude of challenges and opportunities across administrative, financial, operational and technical aspects when delivering patient care. Ensuring that the healthcare organization is well prepared to meet these growing challenges, while maintaining clinical excellence and technical competence, is imperative to maintaining one's competitive advantage. At the same time, it is critical that solutions providers understand the forces shaping the future of healthcare, so that they can create innovations that best meet the needs of patients, providers and payers.

HIMSS, as a global advisor and thought leader supporting the transformation of health through the application of information and technology, is pleased to introduce the Harvard Medical School Executive Education Program for HIMSS. This innovative three-day program will deliver highly relevant education to meet the increasing responsibilities of today’s healthcare leaders.



PROGRAM FOCUS

How emerging applications of data analytics and health IT are creating new opportunities for diverse stakeholders in healthcare, including patients, providers, health systems and payers – and their industry partners

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Executives and industry leaders across the health ecosystem.

WHAT YOU'LL EARN

  • Advanced instruction from Harvard Medical School faculty
  • Harvard Medical School certificate of completion
  • 16.0 CPHIMS or CAHIMS continuing education contact hours

LEARNING OBJECTIVES



FACULTY ADVISOR


Stanley Shaw

Stanley Shaw, MD, PhD

Associate Dean of Executive Education
Harvard Medical School
Explore

Explore emerging streams of non-traditional data from patient, provider, health system and consumer sources.

Review

Review the impact of clinical workflows, patient and provider perspectives, and patient-centric care.


Discuss

Discuss how to analyze traditional and non-traditional data to transform and improve care.

Continuum

Discuss how to gain buy-in and activate other leaders across the continuum of care to shape and realize the strategic vision for their organizations.


Recognize

Recognize the ever-increasing role digital health plays in filling gaps in care delivery and access.



CONTINUE THE LEARNING

WITH THOUGHT LEADERS WITH AT AWARD-WINNING ORGANIZATIONS

Data, Insights and Strategies for the Health Enterprise participants will have the exclusive opportunity to meet with thought leaders from local HIMSS Analytics EMRAM and Davies Award-recipient organizations to discuss solutions to their biggest challenges. HIMSS will match interested attendees with participating organizations based on their top three areas of concern. Attendees who wish to participate will create profiles to aid in the matchmaking process. Topics may include data science, enterprise analytics, innovation, population health outreach, practice improvements using technology and more.



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