Rocky Mountain Healthcare Innovation Summit

Thursday, December 10  |   Grand Hyatt Denver   |    1750 Welton St, Denver, CO 80202

Thursday, December 10, 2020
7:30 AM
8:15 AM

 

      

 

8:30 AM
9:00 AM
Panel Discussion

 

Join our esteemed group of panelists from across the state and country as they share how the delivery of care has changed in their organizations during and after COVID-19 response. This panel will highlight operational and technological changes made and maintained within a variety of healthcare delivery organizations.
 

10:00 AM
10:45 AM
Industry Partner Spotlight

 

It is imperative today for healthcare organizations to derive value from their data and make more meaningful decisions that will move the needle on costs, efficiency, and most importantly, patient outcomes. However, many hospitals and health systems are ill-equipped to do so and are not optimally using their investments in analytics and visualization, as the data they are supposed to use to make decisions is untrustworthy.

In this presentation, Dimensional Insight, the seven-time Best in KLAS winner in healthcare business intelligence and analytics, will talk about why a foundation built on data trust is critical for healthcare organizations that want to make more data-driven decisions.

 

 

11:15 AM
Innovator Awards Spotlight

 

Kaiser Permanente Colorado (KPCO) developed its award-winning program to identify patients with significant incidental imaging findings and created an automated imaging finding tracking and management system to better serve the patients, radiologists and clinicians.  
Attend this session to learn how KPCO used standardized radiology reports and automatic entry of significant radiology findings into a tracking and management to help identify more patients with significant imaging findings, reduce delays and missed diagnoses; and increase appropriate surveillance and management of these patients resulting in better care and outcomes.
 

 

 

11:45 AM
Industry Partner Spotlight

 

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?

 

 

 

12:15 PM
1:00 PM
1:30 PM
1:45 PM
Featured Presentation

 

Building on the success of the 2019 social determinants of health data panel, CHI has partnered with Healthcare Innovation again, to deliver an interactive panel and discussion for this year’s program. This session will focus on:

  • how community health data is being used to improve care
  • how healthcare providers, public health organizations, and community leaders are sharing data to improve care
  • a comparison of communities in Colorado with extensive SDOH sharing programs in place verses those that do not have programs (or are in the process of developing programs); and how that impacted their response to the Novel19 Coronavirus outbreak

 

 

Session organized in partnership with: 

Panel Discussion

 

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have been buzzwords in healthcare for several years, but how real are they? Are healthcare organizations adopting AI and machine learning? How are they using each technology and what outcomes are they seeing?

This panel will serve as an AI and machine learning primer with insights on needed capabilities, common challenges, and best-practice advice; and early findings about what outcomes healthcare organizations are achieving with the buzziest of “new” technologies available to them.

 

 

Session organized in partnership with:

 

2:45 PM
3:15 PM
Panel Discussion

 

Panelists will discuss how technology and governance can be improved within an organization to support patient engagement initiatives and allow clinicians to focus on creating meaningful, person-focused relationships with their patients. 

 

 

  

 

 

The advisory council is reserving one education session to address the latest/current topics at hand. This session will be announced no later than 2 weeks out from the summit.

 

 

 

3:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:30 PM

 

Join our closing panel for an in-depth discussion on the policy impacts of the COVID-19 response. Discussions will focus on information and data sharing, reimbursement, and licensure changes enacted during the COVID-19 response and how policy and practice will continue to evolve.

 

5:15 PM
Michael Archuleta
Michael Archuleta
Mount San Rafael Hospital
Chief Information Officer
Pamela Banchy
Pamela Banchy RN
Western Reserve Hospital
Chief Information Officer
Ashlie Brown
Ashlie Brown
Colorado Health Institute
Extension Service Director, State Innovation Model (SIM)
Ray Deiotte
Ray Deiotte
Centura Health
Chief Data Officer
Mark Hagland
Mark Hagland
Healthcare Innovation
Editor-in-Chief
Lois Krotz
Lois Krotz
KLAS Research
Director of Research Strategy, Financial & Services Research
Rajiv Leventhal
Rajiv Leventhal
Healthcare Innovation
Managing Editor
Lori Logan
Lori Logan
Geneia
Chief Product and Client Officer
Ted Palen
Ted Palen MD
Colorado Permanente Medical Group
Physician Manager, Department of Member Appeals
Brian Patty
Brian Patty MD, CHCIO Eligible
Rush University Medical Center
VP and CMIO
Ryan Pretnik
Ryan Pretnik
KLAS Research
Director, Research/Strategy – Analytics
Rich Sharpe
Rich Sharpe MD MBA
Mayo Clinic
Radiologist
Michael Archuleta
Michael Archuleta
Chief Information Officer
Mount San Rafael Hospital
Bob Cash
Bob Cash
Vice President, Provider Relations
KLAS Research
Morgan Honea
Morgan Honea
Chief Executive Officer
Colorado Regional Health Information Exchange
Rachel Dixon
Rachel Dixon
Executive Director
Prime Health

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