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InterSystems @ HIMSS19

Stand #1559
11-15 février 2019 – Orlando, FL

Create the Future of Care

Les solutions de santé connectée InterSystems contribuent au développement de la santé de demain

Plus d’un demi-milliard de dossiers médicaux dans le monde sont gérés par des solutions développées sur les technologies InterSystems. Augmentation du volume des données, expansion des applications d’IoT et développement des soins connectés, tels sont les défis de demain que nous souhaitons relever grâce à notre expertise et nos technologies.

Nos leaders d’opinion, nos partenaires et nos clients partagent leur vision à HIMSS19.

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Create New Paths to Excellence

InterSystems is participating in these Industry Solution Sessions, a great opportunity to learn about the most recent case studies on topics important to the health IT conversation.

Pediatric Robotics – A Journey from the Lab to a Child’s Home

Tuesday, February 12
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Room W208C
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Dr. Ayanna Howard, Zyrobotics
Dr. Ayanna Howard, Zyrobotics

Dr. Ayanna Howard, Linda J. and Mark C. Smith Professor and Chair of the School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech; Chief Technology Officer, Zyrobotics
Don Woodlock, HealthShare Platforms Vice President, InterSystems


The Future of Value-Based Care Through the Payer’s Lens

Wednesday, February 13
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Rosen Center, Salon 10
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Jeff Rivkin, IDC
Jeff Rivkin, IDC
David Braza, Premera Blue Cross
David Braza, Premera Blue Cross

Jeff Rivkin, IDC Research Director, Payer IT Strategies
David Braza, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Actuary, Premera Blue Cross


Unifying Provider and Payer Data to Propel Value-Based Care

Thursday, February 14
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Room W208C
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Claudia Williams, CEO, Manifest MedEx
Claudia Williams, Manifest MedEx
Erica Galvez, Manifest MedEx
Erica Galvez, Manifest MedEx
David Kates, Manifest MedEx
David Kates, Manifest MedEx

Claudia Williams, CEO, Manifest MedEx
David Kates, Chief Technology Officer, Manifest MedEx
Erica Galvez, Chief of Staff, Programs and Partnerships Vice President, Manifest MedEx

Conference Sessions

Reactions from the Field – Innovation Panel

Wednesday, February 13
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Room W304A
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Don Woodlock, HealthShare Platforms Vice President, InterSystems
Jeff Elton, CEO, Concerto Health AI
Tod Klingler, Chief Architect, Roche Diagnostics Corporation
Moderator: Ian Hoffberg, Applied Innovation Manager, HIMSS

Innovation is the key to keeping pace with the evolving demands of patients, payers, and providers, but while it appears to be right at your fingertips, there are challenges holding you back. Both technical and nontechnical barriers hinder strides in making data more actionable. While current roadblocks may be preventing you from adopting your own innovative practices, these presenters believe there is hope for the future of innovation. Join Don Woodlock from InterSystems, as well as representatives from Concerto Health and Roche Diagnostics, to learn more about the future of innovation success in healthcare.

Reactions from the Field – AI Panel

Thursday, February 14
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Room W304A
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Jeff Fried, Director, Product Management – Data Platforms, InterSystems
Anil Jain, MD,Vice Present and Chief Health Information Officer, IBM Watson
Razvan Atanasiu, Chief Technology Officer, Enterprise Imaging, Highland
Moderator: Steve Wretling, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, HIMSS

Artificial intelligence (AI) … you know the healthcare world is heading in that direction, but where do you begin to harness the power of AI in your organization? Adoption challenges, unstructured data, and monetization are just a few terms tossed around when you hear about AI in healthcare.Three organizations will come together to address questions about early AI adoption. Join Jeff Fried, Anil Jain, and Ravzan Atanasiu for this exciting look into the world of AI and its potential to change healthcare.

Sponsored by InterSystems

AMDIS HIMSS Physicians’ Executive Symposium

Monday, February 11
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Room W304E

There are many conversations about where healthcare will be five or 10 years from now – but what about the next month or the next year? Explore how to navigate the “quadruple aim” goals while avoiding common health IT landmines, learn about disruptive healthcare delivery models, and discover how to use technology to empower physicians to serve their patients better.

Military Medical Care Symposium

Monday, February 11
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Room W300

The right information at the right time for the right care provider is the key to continuity of care for active military, veterans and retirees, military family members, and allied forces. Discover what model practices can be leveraged to care for military communities, identify common challenges facing military and civilian health systems, and learn the cybersecurity requirements for successful support of continuity of care.

Federal Health Community Reception

Wednesday, February 13
6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
Room W240D

 

InterSystems Customers

HIE Emergency Preparedness and Response: RSVPs from Florence and Michael

Wednesday, February 13
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Room W204A

Gary Parker, Chief Data Officer, Alabama Medicaid Agency
Tara Cramer, Executive Director, GRAChIE

Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) have served their communities well during times of crisis this past year. Learn how the Georgia Regional Academic Community Health Information Exchange(GRAChIE) and Alabama’s State HIE Program, One Health Record, supported Hurricane Florence and Michael victims by making their health records available at evacuation sites. Find out how these HIEs helped deliver coordinated care to patients impacted by these natural disasters. Access to health information is critical during emergencies, and HIEs are delivering patient records during our country’s most vulnerable situations.

 

Join us in Booth #1559

Listen as our partners and end users describe how they are creating healthy communities, interoperable solutions, new business models, intelligent workflows, and smart devices.

Practical Use Cases for AI & Machine Learning in Healthcare Organizations

Tuesday, February 12
11:00 AM
Booth #1559

Eric Widen
Eric Widen, HBI Solutions

Eric Widen, Cofounder and CEO, HBI Solutions

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are effective tools to manage healthcare cost and quality, but how do they apply to your organization? Learn:

  • Why AI with ML is superior to other standard, static algorithms or risk screening tools in predicting costs, future events or conditions
  • How AI/ML provides the necessary insights to manage and reduce risks in acute care episodes, transitions in care, and population health
  • How inclusion of social determinants of health improves predictive models

Lunch & Learn
FHIRside Chat – Leveraging the HL7 FHIR Standard to Drive Improvement in Clinical Care

Tuesday, February 12
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Booth #1559

Russ Leftwich
Russell B. Leftwich,
MD, InterSystems

Russell B. Leftwich, MD, Senior Clinical Advisor, Interoperability, InterSystems

HL7® FHIR® has seen significant adoption, and implementers have created FHIR interfaces and applications across a broad range of use cases — from enabling clinicians to access data with mobile apps to passing patient context from an electronic medical record to decision support services. So feed your body and your mind as we explore the FHIR standard itself, how it’s currently being used, and the impact it could have in the future.


Bits and Pieces – Better Data – Better Results

Tuesday, February 12
2:00 PM
Booth #1559

Nick VanDuyne
Nick VanDuyne, NY
Care Information
Gateway

Nick VanDuyne, Executive Director, NY Care Information Gateway

As a regional health information exchange covering the five boroughs of New York and Long Island, NY Care Information Gateway (NYCIG) helps participants get the most from interoperable information, including improved quality and safety of healthcare, and reduced costs. Hear how NYCIG has been able to gather, sift, sort through, and then bring together data and provide just what was needed to improve care coordination and data quality for value-based payments with measurable improvement and impact to patients.


New England HIMSS Chapter Reception / Vendor Open House

Tuesday, February 12 
4:30-6:00 PM
Booth #1559


Real-Time Alerting and Solution Platform

Wednesday, February 13
11:00 AM
Booth #1559

George Rosello
George Rosello,
Jackson Health
System

George Rosello, Associate Director, Enterprise Application Integration, Jackson Health System

Overwatch, created to meet the population health management and patient experience needs of Jackson Health System, is a uniquely designed solution capable of analyzing data in real-time to produce actionable alerts. Built directly on the InterSystems HealthShare® Health Connect integration engine, Overwatch can access data from all interfaced applications and leverage real-time analytics to deliver information instantly to applications and people who care about it the most.


Lunch & Learn
FHIRside Chat – Intermountain’s Experience in Implementing FHIR and How it’s Being Used in Clinical Support

Wednesday, February 13
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Booth #1559

Laura Heermann Langford
Laura Heermann
Langford, RN,
Intermountain
Healthcare

Laura Heermann Langford, RN, Nurse Informaticist, Homer Warner Center for Informatics Research, Intermountain Healthcare;  Chief Operations Officer, Healthcare Services Platform Consortium

HL7® FHIR® has seen significant adoption, and implementers have created FHIR interfaces and applications across a broad range of use cases — from enabling clinicians to access data with mobile apps to passing patient context from an electronic medical record to decision support services. So feed your body and your mind as Langford discusses Intermountain’s experience in implementing FHIR and
how it’s being used in clinical support.


Leveraging Clinical Data to Enrich Payer Workflows

Wednesday, February 13
2:00 PM
Booth #1559

Michael LaRocca
Michael LaRocca,
Ready Computing
Samir Jain
Samir Jain, Ready
Computing

Michael LaRocca, Founder and CEO, Ready Computing
Samir Jain, Vice President of Technology, Ready Computing

High-quality, effective care is best delivered through efficient coordination and implementation of value-based programs that bring together a patient’s care team, encouraging clinical best practices. Channels, built by Ready Computing on InterSystems IRIS for Health, enables risk-bearing entities, such as payer organizations, ACOs, and MCOs, to combine clinical and claims data with easy-to-use workflow tools to actively manage their populations, powering intelligent outreach and targeted case management programs.


Houston Fire Department Leverages HIE Connection to Optimize Emergency Response

Wednesday, February 13
4:30 PM
Booth #1559

Nick Bonvino
Nick Bonvino,
Greater Houston Healthconnect
Lou LaRocca
Lou LaRocca, J2
Interactive

Nick Bonvino, CEO, Greater Houston Healthconnect
Lou LaRocca, President and CEO, J2 Interactive

Not every 911 call is a true emergency, which is why the Houston Fire Department developed the Emergency TeleHealth and Navigation (ETHAN) program. ETHAN allows EMT and paramedic first responders to connect nonemergency patients with consulting physicians via live video chat. The program enables instant triage of each case to determine who should be rushed to the ED and who simply needs a taxi ride to an outpatient clinic. Powered by data from Greater Houston Healthconnect and built by J2 Interactive on InterSystems HealthShare, ETHAN coordinates emergency care delivery and reduces costs for providers and payers throughout the fourth largest city in the United States.


Bridging the Payer-Provider Data Divide – Overview of the HL7 Da Vinci Project

Thursday, February 14
11:00 AM
Booth #1559

Jocelyn Keegan
Jocelyn Keegan, Da
Vinci Project

Jocelyn Keegan, Payer Practice Lead, Point-of-Care Partners; Program Manager, Da Vinci Project

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about HL7’s Da Vinci Project, a multi-stakeholder initiative leveraging HL7® FHIR® to improve data sharing in value-based care arrangements, straight from the project’s program manager. The project aims to improve payer and provider collaboration by using clinical data to transition to value-based care payment models.


Lunch & Learn
FHIRside Chat – SMART, CDS Hooks, FHIR Bulk Data API Standards, and the Future of FHIR

Thursday, February 14
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Booth #1559

Dan Gottlieb
Dan Gottlieb,
InterSystems

Dan Gottlieb, Product Specialist, InterSystems

HL7® FHIR® has seen significant adoption, and implementers have created FHIR interfaces and applications across a broad range of use cases — from enabling clinicians to access data with mobile apps to passing patient context from an electronic medical record to decision support services. So feed your body and your mind as Gottlieb explores SMART, CDS hooks, FHIR Bulk Data API standards for population health, and the future of FHIR.


The Digital Transformation Journey at Bumrungrad International Hospital

Thursday, February 14
2:00 PM
Booth #1559

Kenny Lim
Kenny Lim,
Bumrungrad
International
Hospital

Kenny Lim, Chief Information Technology Officer, Bumrungrad International Hospital

Bumrungrad International Hospital is recognized as one of the world’s leading and most technologically advanced hospitals. Hear about its digital transformation journey, which is enabling it to innovate faster, deliver better outcomes, and enhance the patient experience.

Monday, February 11

Middle East
Middle East Summit
« From Vision to Reality: eHealth Workforce
Development and Clinician Engagement
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Room W103
Rahul Goyal, MD, Physician Clinical Informatics Lead at Mediclinic Middle East, UAE
Rayan Makhdom, MD, Head of NICU at King Abdullah Bin Abdelaziz University Hospital, Saudi Arabia
Premier Sponsorship by InterSystems

Nordic Region
Nordics Community
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Sapphire Falls, Kingston Hall
Senior Partner Sponsorship by InterSystems

Tuesday, February 12

France
SwissEnov
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
InterSystems Booth #1559
InterSystems Presentation

Nordic Region
Finnish, Swedish Delegation
Creating an Agile Information Ecosystem: Lessons from the Field
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Rosen Center, Salon 9
Kathleen Aller, Healthcare Market Strategy Director, InterSystems
George Rosello, Associate Director, Enterprise Application Integration, Jackson Health System

Latin America
HIMSS LATAM Workshop
1:00  PM – 5:00 PM
Room W103A
Alfredo Almerares, Physician Executive, InterSystems
Premium Sponsorship by InterSystems

Netherlands
HIMSS Dutch Community
« From a Fortress Mentality to Active Collaboration in the System of Care – Hospital Innovation and Transformation for 21st Century Healthcare »
1:30 PM  – 3:30 PM
Rosen Center, Grand B
David Hancock, Client Engagement Director, InterSystems
Senior Partner Sponsorship by InterSystems and KPMG

Wednesday, February 13

Brazil
HIMSS Brazil Workshop
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Room W103A
InterSystems Presentation
Rochael Ribeiro, Sales Engineer, InterSystems
Thought Leadership Sponsorship by InterSystems

France
Catel
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
InterSystems Booth #1559
InterSystems Presentation

International Reception & Trip to SeaWorld
By Invitation Only
5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Rosen Center, Salon 9

Thursday, February 13

France
Care Insight
9:30 AM –10:30 AM
InterSystems Booth #1559
InterSystems Presentation

 

 

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