Health outcomes as #1 objective: Connected health and disruptive innovation in pharma
-Healthcare in the digital age
omHealth: from wearables to disappearables
oThe power of the social network
oKnowing is ruling: from big data to better outcomes
-What did we learn during the Healthcare Disruption Tour?
-Pharma as a service:
oNo outcome? No income: Prove your medication works
oThe need for new strategies, business models and partnerships
Health innovations including wearables, sensors, big data analytics and 'behavior changing' applications and devices are ubiquitous. These technologies promise so much yet are they really benefiting the healthcare consumer? And what does the future look like? This presentation highlights some real world examples of this technology in use today and some insights into what the future may hold.Read more >
Sutter Health is a not-for-profit health system serving more than 100 communities in Northern California. Each year its 5,000 physicians care for more than 10 million outpatient visits and discharge more than 200,000 in-patients.
As healthcare systems transition from “fee for service” to “fee for value” reimbursement models, there is an increasing focus to drive down 30-day re-admission rates, particularly for high risk patients. To this end, Sutter Health is piloting Project RED (Re-engineered Discharge) which leverages predictive analytics to identify high-risk patients and then prescribes alternative discharge workflows aimed at lowering the risk of re-admission.
Join us as Kristen Wilson-Jones, Sutter RD&D CTO, shares how Sutter Health has leveraged MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform in an orchestrated plecosystem of technologies to power Project RED by enabling real-time patient risk scoring, clinical workflow management and bi-directional integration with Epic.
+ How Sutter Health is lowering 30-day re-admission rates by re-engineeing clinical workflows
+ The need for connectivity to enable workflow re-design
+ Best practice in moving from an application-centric to a data object-centric connectivity approach
Across Europe, there is a high level of focus on adoption of digital health as a means to drive healthcare efficiency. In Sweden, there are several projects that have been initiated to address this challenge and there is an ongoing discussion about the role of Continua. One of the challenges in achieving the full potential of digital health is turning the data collected from a variety of sources into accessible timely information that individuals (patients, careers, clinicians and managers) can act on. Interoperability standards have an important part to play in generating this value from the investment made in data collection and storage. By using an international standard, your project won't get locked into one vendor and it will be easy to share information between systems.Read more >
Focuses on the secure storage, management and communication of big health data, with examples from the Chronic Condition Warehouse; one of the largest healthcare data repositories in the world.Read more >
Watch this short video that demonstrates how our fully integrated, Cloud EPR solution runs on an iPad, providing clinicians with a complete clinical and graphical interface to their workflow.Read more >
Health Care Reform continues to be an important topic with far reaching implications. The impact on employers and individuals, as well as the insurance and health care industries, are top of mind for every employer.
The many facets of the Affordable Care Act, impending regulations and sometimes contradictory information in the media, only add to the confusion surrounding how to best craft a business strategy in response to the law. In this fourth webinar of our Health Care Reform series, we will cover the following:
• An update on where the law stands today
• Misconceptions about the Affordable Care Act
• Business challenges created by the Affordable Care Act
• Considerations for managing your contingent labor pool
• A 2014 checklist
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care was ranked the number one health plan in America for 10 years. Technology is extremely important at Harvard Pilgrim. The worst case scenario would be for one of their members to end up in the emergency room and be denied coverage. So they need to make sure they get things right and that they are timely about it.
Hear how Harvard Pilgrim Health Care worked with Dell to come up and IT strategy to replace their claims adjudication engine as well as a number of systems that surround it.
By the third week of May we should all know the composition of the next government. Whichever party or parties assume power, the next government will need urgently to confront a demand resource collision that threatens the continued existence of the welfare state and of the NHS itself.
It has long been apparent that, as the House of Lords Select Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change made clear in 2013: "England has an inappropriate model of health and social care to deal with the needs of an ageing population ... By 2030 the number of people who are 85+ will have increased by 100%' compared to 2010".
The argument for greater coherence and integration of health and social care commissioning and provision is driven as much by considerations of coherence and quality as it is by financial necessity. As the Five Year Forward View has already made clear there may be ‘local choice between radical options', but not a choice between the maintenance of the status quo and a radical option. For NHS commissioners and providers (across all specialisms) the challenge is to grasp the opportunity to shape new local forms of integrated commissioning and service development.
The NHS organisations that survive and thrive in such a rapidly evolving and competitive marketplace will be characterised by proactivity, agility and their eagerness to embrace new forms of strategic partnership.
This Webinar will consider the specific governance challenges that will confront Boards and Governing Bodies in an evolving cultural context where, as Stevens recently observed, “my institution right or wrong is not going to be what’s required from the service’s new generation of leaders".
Trinity Health is an 86-hospital system that recently completed a large merger with Catholic Health East. With demand for analytics across the enterprise growing faster than ever before, Trinity Health was in urgent need for gaining easy access to high quality, trusted data. One of the most pressing challenges for Trinity Health was to manage the inconsistent data from variety of applications as it was being moved in and out of different data warehouse systems. In order to extend their analytics platform beyond financials to include clinical, operational, and third party data, they needed to deliver connected, safe, and clean data. This meant adding data quality and master data management capabilities to their architecture. In addition to technology, Trinity Health relied on an enterprise-wide, comprehensive data governance and data investigation program to ensure the overall success of the analytics initiative.
This webinar will cover how the Trinity Health team achieved consensus for this program, collaborated with business and technical colleagues, and advanced data governance as a best practice to support advanced analytic initiatives.
During this webinar, you'll learn how to:
• Implement the best health information management technology
• Boost your agility to gain insight from healthcare data for better patient outcomes
• Facilitate patient data centricity for reduced costs with clean, safe data
Focuses on how organisations can reach efficient healthcare results driven by better patient-centric data, with examples from the Chronic Condition Warehouse; one of the largest data repositories in the world.Read more >
Joel Daly, Founder and EVP of Sales of HOSTING will discuss ways healthcare CIOs can leverage new business models to realize increased technology efficiencies, enable information-driven decisions and improve patient service. This session will draw upon real world case studies from Uber and the nation’s leading behavioral health organization to illustrate how healthcare CIOs can learn from other industry players to successfully meet today’s challenges including: management of data convergence, HIPAA compliance, mobile (BYOD) integration and securing protected health information (PHI) from sophisticated cyberattacks and breaches – all while meeting high patient expectations and adhering to best practices prescribed by the IHI Triple Aim.Read more >
Keeping Compliance in Check & Controlling Access Risk:
Learn how one of the nation's largest health insurers provides access to users efficiently and effectively while also assuring that private constituent data is protected in compliance with HIPAA, HITECH and other federal and state privacy and security regulations. Join (ISC)2, Courion and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care on April 28, 2015 at 1:00pm Eastern to learn how the information security team is able to identify and remediate user access risks such as unnecessary privileged access, orphaned and abandoned accounts, and system or non-human accounts that call for administrative oversight.
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Connected healthcare continues to expand as innovations in technology and services flourish. Consequently, the adoption of digital health solutions has increased significantly throughout the industry.
While the U.S. healthcare system evolves and embraces lower costs and improving quality of care and access, opportunities are emerging in connected healthcare. The industry is driven by health IT development, growth of connected and savvy users, as well as cloud based- software as a service (SaaS) delivery models.
Join Frost & Sullivan’s Connected Health team, as they host a panel discussion on the 2016 connected healthcare predictions and current insights on key areas within the market. The panel will be followed by a live Q&A session. This is the first of the Connected Health team’s new quarterly webinar series.
Attend this webinar to discover:
• Key market predictions including merger and acquisitions (M&A), partnerships, as well as areas of growth and controversy in 2016
• New data regarding consumers; how they view their health and interests in digital health tools
• Latest perspectives on telehealth and remote patient monitoring
• The progression of the ambulatory electronic health records space and what this means for providers
Residential Home Health (RHH) is a home health and hospice provider serving over 3,700 patients in Michigan and Illinois. IDC recently released a white paper detailing their success with Salesforce which resulted in business benefits of $3.2 million, ROI of 460%, and a payback period of 4.2 months.
Join us, along with David Curtis, President of Residential Home Health, in our upcoming webinar and product demo to learn how RHH built a mobile physician application, integrated with their EMR, and reduced cycle times to convert patient referrals.
Utilizing the Salesforce Platform, Sales and Service Cloud, RHH achieved these results by improving several key areas, including:
- Sales Efficiencies: automatic email notifications triggered by patient status updates through Salesforce workflows
- Referral Acquisitions: referral sources can verbally dictate HIPAA-compliant orders
- Referral Conversions: care coordinators monitor patients in Salesforce and can view all patients by status
With an unprecedented opportunity to use data to increase the effectiveness and quality of patient services, CHRISTUS Health knew it was imperative to integrate and organize patient data across the enterprise. Relevant patient information was spread across the organization in isolated, non-standardized silos. As a result, there wasn’t an easy way to deliver the right information to the right person. The executive team invested in a business intelligence program aimed at achieving growth, transformation and innovation goals.
Join Mavis Girlinghouse, Business Intelligence Director, at CHRISTUS Health to learn about CHRISTUS’ journey.
• Learn how CHRISTUS Health designed a business intelligence solution to meet transformation goals
• Understand the details behind the data management and business intelligence architecture
• Hear the benefits of taking a phased approach to implementation
• Visualize clinical and operational dashboards currently in production
Discover our end-to-end health solutions helping organizations expand insight, ensure value and improve outcomes.Read more >
At St. Joseph Health, this mission is called “Delivering Perfect Care.” Information access and governance play a critical role in their ability to deliver care that is safe, evidence based, efficient, patient-family centered and spiritual.
Personalizing medicine, adhering to regulatory regulations and responding to consumer demands for transparency require organizations to reveal and act on new insights…insights which may occur at any time and only through unfettered exploration and discovery.
Learn about St Joseph Health’s investment in Information Sophistication and Data Governance to power healthcare breakthroughs and why designing for great data is essential to removing barriers to value-driven healthcare.
Once an ITIL based process is implemented with all the underpinning requirements of documentation, training, communication and tools, questions quickly start to arise about how to assess and govern the process in a way that makes sense for both IT and business audiences. Developing an assessment and reporting strategy can be a large undertaking where it’s easy to get lost in the data. However, IS has a responsibility to govern their processes and provide transparency to the business regarding service level attainment and IS service health. Sarah Toms, an ITIL certified practitioner, has been steadily implementing ITIL based processes in Almac since early 2007. This roadmap has included a robust methodology for IT governance which aligns service level agreements, critical success factors and key performance indicators to provide process and service health dashboards. In this session, the presenter will provide an in depth review of this proven methodology which provides both IS and business stakeholders with meaningful assessment and analysis of ITIL process and IS service health.Read more >
This session will provide attendees with: an update on the CONNECT solution; an overview of how federal agencies are using the solution to tie into the Nationwide Health Information Network; and outline of the benefits that federal participation in the NHIN and will provide to patients, care providers, payers and other health stakeholders. This session will also detail citizen to citizen benefits that a nationwide network of interoperable health IT will provide, ranging from improved healthcare and faster benefits administration to quicker identification and response to public health emergencies.
Miller is the chief architect for CONNECT, a SOA-based solution that connects federal agencies into nationwide health information exchanges. As a strategic advisor to the Federal Health Architecture (FHA) program, he guides the development of CONNECT and other federal solutions based on his expertise in electronic health information exchange, electronic health records and service-oriented architecture. Miller has more than 12 years of enterprise architecture experience at the director level, working with agencies such as HHS, CMS, FDA, USDA and OMB. He was the lead enterprise architect for HHS’ department-wide enterprise architecture initiative, and He led the development of versions 2.0-2.2 of the OMB EA Assessment Framework and was responsible for developing the structure of the Federal Transition Framework.