California Summit Agenda

Thursday, September 19, 2019
7:30 AM
Networking
8:30 AM
Networking
8:45 AM
Keynote Presentation
 
Don Crane, President, and CEO of America’s Physician Groups (APG), will share with attendees the latest federal policy and payment developments, and what provider leaders need to know in the next two years about the mandates and imperatives coming from federal healthcare policy leaders.
 
 
 
9:15 AM
Panel Discussion
 
Join our esteemed panel of physician group and health system leaders as they discuss the strategic, cultural and technological transformation required to move their organizations forward into population health management and value-based care.
 
10:00 AM
Networking
 
Join your fellow attendees to discuss what you've learned in the morning sessions and make new connections.
 
10:45 AM
T2 Talk
 
Thanks to advancements in technology, Artificial Intelligence is enabling enterprises to drive innovation, efficiency, customer experience and productivity, while fundamentally transforming the nature of human work. Now that we have access to this technology, we need to shift the burden of monotonous tasks and free humans from the button Olympics they are used to performing. Join Sean Lane, CEO of Olive, as he discusses taking the robot out of the human and building a digital workforce to bring down administrative costs in healthcare.
 
 
 
11:15 AM
Featured Presentation
 
In the shift to value-based care the coordination between providers, payers, and the patient becomes the cornerstone for delivering better care to make patients healthier. Manifest MedEx, through its partnerships with both providers and payers in the state of California, has brought together data creating a unified patient view and providing value-added services for its participants to advance care improvements. In this session, leaders from Manifest MedEx will describe their vision for a next-generation unified care record and discuss the strategy and technology they have implemented to deliver data as a service to providers and payers. Also included will be how the platform will act as a catalyst for innovation, providing agility in the move to value-based models, including examples of how they have solved real-world problems.
 
Learning objectives: 
 
  • Explain the mission, vision and strategy of Manifest MedEx
  • Describe how to create and build the next generation technology platform for value based care
  • Illustrate the uses of a unified health record to drive innovation
  • Share examples of practical use cases that support value based care
 
 
12:00 PM
T2 Talk
 
AI in healthcare brings new ways of thinking and working. There is nothing artificial about the impact of AI is having on the medical industry. By 2025, artificial intelligence applications in healthcare will represent a $34 billion market Revenue in the lucrative AI healthcare space will be spread across a wide swath of applications, from data security to streamlined workflows. There are multiple use cases including compliance, coding, process flows and business operations that could be adopted today, which will not put lives or care at risk. The phenomenal growth of artificial intelligence in healthcare is due to the wealth of benefits AI offers physician, nurses, care teams and their patients. AI can identify complex patterns within raw data. It can learn on its own and rewrites its own algorithm and it can predict outcomes. Combined, these capabilities add up to a technology that will disrupt and transform and entire industry. The AI healthcare applications that will be covered include: Virtual Nursing Assistants Medical Image Analysis AI-assisted medical diagnosis Automated workflow assistance Fraud detection Medical data security Clinical trials Predictive analytics for risk Drug Discovery Clinical Trials
 
 
 
12:15 PM
Networking
1:00 PM
 
 
1:30 PM
Networking
2:00 PM
T2 Talk
 
Hyper-convergence is a oft-used buzzword now within health IT circles, especially as the advent of new technologies around flexible infrastructure continue to disrupt the marketplace. However, hyper-converged computing represents a unique area of opportunity for healthcare IT teams, especially in the face of demands from leadership for greater flexibility, and lower time-to-market for new built or merged facilities or locations. So what exactly is hyper-convergence and how does it fit into the IT roadmap?
 
 
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2:30 PM
Panel Discussion
 
Join health information management leaders as they describe the challenges to achieving health information integrity that directly impacts patient safety and revenue integrity.  Panelists will describe the importance of accurate and consistent health information over the entire data life cycle from registration through health information exchange describing best practices that ensures one source of truth; an accurate, timely, and legal comprehensive health record.
 
 
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3:30 PM
Networking
3:45 PM
Panel Discussion
 
More and more, population health management is coming to encompass broad approaches to caring for the health of entire communities, including of communities in need. The social determinants of health, poverty, and housing and food insecurity, are elements involved in this mix, as are the need for patient care organization leaders to be able to develop high-level data and analytics that they can leverage in order to approach health as broadly and strategically as possible. This panel will provide insights from the FQHC (federally qualified health center), integrated health system, and health plan perspectives, on this important subject.
 
4:30 PM
 
 
Friday, September 20, 2019
7:30 AM
Networking
8:30 AM
Networking
8:45 AM
Keynote Presentation
 
Sarah Richardson, Vice President, IT Change Management for OptumCare will share with attendees the strategies required to align yourself, your team, and your organization to achieve the quintuple aim through change leadership.  By diving into reinvention, intentionality, and transformation, Sarah will provide you with the principles and application of these key elements to build a culture of accountability while delivering unparalleled value to your organization.
 
 
 
9:15 AM
Provider Spotlight
 
During this session, HIM leaders will review their journey of integrating the primary care practice into their health care system. The presentation will include a discussion of implementation that includes data integration, establishing new processes and solidifying workflows.
 
 
 
10:00 AM
T2 Talk
 
Join to learn the impact of interoperability on patient experience from the patient’s perspective. Review key findings of the HIMSS Patient Experience Study, conducted on behalf of Spectrum Enterprise, to help uncover the silent 7th barrier to your interoperability success. We will weave together research results to support the notion that a foundational digital infrastructure is key to improving interoperability, and ultimately, the patient experience.
 
 
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10:30 AM
Networking
11:00 AM
Featured Presentation
 
The concept and practice of patient engagement is as old as medicine. However, the use of information technology to enable and scale patient engagement is relatively new, especially when done in a strategic and coordinated enterprise-level way. As a result, the term “patient engagement” means different things to different people—whether provider, vendor, or patient. Creating a framework for patient engagement helps by establishing a common scope and language among all stakeholders and can provide guidance around key concepts. Join KLAS experts as they share their most recent patient engagement research.
 
 
 
 
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11:30 AM
Panel Discussion
 
Providers’ demand for effective patient engagement solutions continues to grow, as does the number of health information technology solutions to meet those needs. Join our panelists as they discuss how they are deploying technology to increase patient engagement and improve outcomes.
 
  • How they are building business cases, securing resources to develop new patient engagement programs and scaling patient engagement efforts
  • How organizations are utilizing existing tools services to drive patient engagement strategies
  • How they are using technology to measure outcomes and track effectiveness of engagement efforts
 
 
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12:30 PM