HIMSS 2020 Healthy Data Means

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Booth #3301
March 9-13, 2020 – Orlando, FL

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Les solutions de santé connectées InterSystems mettent à votre service des données unifiées et nettoyées.

Sur HIMSS20, InterSystems présentera la manière dont nos technologies, notre écosystème et notre expérience mettent à disposition des données saines, plus facilement accessibles, utilisables, administrables et exploitables par les organisations et tout individu, acteurs du système de santé.

  • InterSystems HealthShare®*, notre solution de Dossier Médical Unifié de territoire permettant d’agréger toutes les données de santé, de partager les informations, d’optimiser les parcours de soins et de mieux gérer la santé d’une population au sein d’un territoire.
  • InterSystems IRIS for HealthTM notre plateforme de gestion des données unifiée offrant sur un même socle technologique le stockage, l’interopérabilité et l’analyse des données en temps réel pour créer et développer les prochaines applications qui révolutionneront la santé de demain.
  • InterSystems TrakCare®**, notre Dossier Patient Informatisé intégré qui gère le parcours de soins d’un patient au sein d’un établissement de santé. TrakCare comprend : le dossier de soins, le dossier médical, le dossier administratif, les dossiers de spécialités, un portail patients, des outils d’aide à la décision et des tableaux de bord.

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Join InterSystems at these Industry Solution Sessions to learn about key health IT topics.

Breaking Data Silos to Make Healthcare Work Better

Tuesday, March 10th
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Room W206A
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Matt Neidich, Premera Blue Cross
Matt Neidich, Premera Blue Cross
David Braza, Premera Blue Cross
David Braza, Premera Blue Cross

David Braza, Executive Vice President of Healthcare Informatics and Chief Actuary, Premera Blue Cross
Matt Neidich, Product Director, Peak Care, Premera Blue Cross

Fragmented care has pushed data into silos limiting the tools patients and providers can use in the quest for quality and affordable care. Interoperability is the key to freeing that data! Premera Blue Cross, in partnership with a regional provider group, successfully launched a product in the market that breaks down those silos allowing patient’s clinical data to be exchanged bi-directionally with the provider in real-time. This presentation will explain how Premera and its technology partners achieved this industry-changing technology and how operationalizing interoperability enables providers to return to healing. Further, Premera is leveraging next gen data science and virtualized care technology to fuel provider and customer facing tools, so customers access their own records to make informed health decisions. Breaking silos and applying interoperability with mobile technologies allows all to forge ahead with improving customers’ lives by making healthcare work better.


Massive Interoperability: High Performance Data Sharing at Scale

Thursday, March 12th
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Room W206A
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Tim Hudak, Ascension Technologies
Tim Hudak, Ascension Technologies
John Pappas, Partners Healthcare
John Pappas, Partners Healthcare
Gary Melville, Intermountain Healthcare
Gary Melville, Intermountain Healthcare

Gary Melville, Director, Integration Engineering, Intermountain Healthcare
John Pappas, Director Enterprise Integration,  Partners Healthcare
Tim Hudak, Director of Data Integration, Ascension Technologies

Data is the lifeblood of healthcare delivery. But in an era of single EHR systems, is data integration still an issue? In this session, experts from three large Integrated Delivery Networks offer a resounding yes. The panelists will describe how data flows across multiple facilities, software systems and devices, while ensuring their organizations can continue to grow and scale a connected health business. They’ll review interoperability challenges faced with integrating multiple EHR systems as well as after moving to a single EHR system. Fundamental considerations such as access, scalability and performance, as well as the challenges of system migration will also be discussed.

 

Tuesday, March 10th

It’s All About the Data: From the Da Vinci Project to Social Determinants of Health

Tuesday, March 10th
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM (Lunch)
Rosen Center Hotel, Room Rosen Salon 1
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Patrick Haren
Patrick Haren, Cigna
Ray Halper
Ray Halper, Rush Health
Cynthia Burghard
Cynthia Burghard, IDC

Cynthia Burghard, Research Director, IDC
Raymond Halper, Ph.D., Sr. Director, Health Information Technology, Rush Health
Patrick Haren, Enterprise Architect, Cigna

In this lunch and learn, our speakers will explore two topics – how to better use existing data to streamline payer-provider collaboration, and the potential impact of social determinants of health data.

In the first part of our session come hear from Ray Halper from Rush Health and Patrick Haren from Cigna talk about the pilot project where they implemented the Da Vinci Clinical Quality Measure use case in partnership with InterSystems. The Da Vinci project shows great promise in streamlining data sharing between payers and providers as they implement value-based care initiatives.

Our second speaker, IDC Research Director Cynthia Burghard, discusses how the emerging use of social determinants of health data has some challenges but shows great promise for health plans and payers to have greater insight into how to care and improve outcomes for patients.


Healthy Data – The Power Behind Innovation and AI

Tuesday, March 10th
12:00 – 1.00 PM (Lunch)
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Don Woodlock, InterSystems
Don Woodlock, InterSystems

Don Woodlock, Head of InterSystems HealthShare

We have collectively spent billions, turning almost every worker in healthcare into a data entry clerk, in the move from the paper world to the digital world we have today. But was it worth it? Do we have data now that improves care, enhances our understanding of populations of patients, or allows us to model the future? We are discovering unadorned data does not lead us very far. But Healthy Data – data that has been cleaned, aggregated, normalized, deduplicated, and put into workflows where it’s needed, becomes immensely useful, enabling breakthroughs in care. And one of the most important tools of our time, artificial intelligence and machine learning, can’t even leave the starting gate without Healthy Data. Learn what Healthy Data is, why it matters, what technologies allow you to get it, and what impact it can have on patients, caregivers, and the overall healthcare system.


Wednesday, March 11th

Acquiring Actionable Social Determinants of Health with a Clean Data Pipeline

Wednesday, March 11th
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM (Breakfast)
Rosen Center #2
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Dan Woodlock
Dan Woodlock, InterSystems
Cynthia Burghard
Cynthia Burghard, IDC

Cynthia Burghard, Research Director, IDC
Don Woodlock, Head of HealthShare Business Unit, InterSystems

Addressing Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) represents a significant opportunity to improve overall health and wellness. But to date, much of the evidence on the value of such programs is anecdotal. To identify and scale effective SDoH interventions, we need analytics and measurement powered by comprehensive, clean data. For most organizations, SDoH data represents a new frontier in information management. There is little direction on how to overcome the many challenges associated with SDoH data collection and curation, let alone how to use it. Join us for this breakfast and learn:

  • Definition of SDoH and sources of SDoH data
  • How providers and payers are acquiring actionable SDoH with a clean data pipeline
  • Barriers to incorporating SDoH data
  • Leveraging actionable clean data to drive decision making

Managing the Explosion of Healthcare Data Through FHIR

Wednesday, March 11th
12:00 – 1.00 PM (Lunch)
Booth #3301

Russ Leftwich, InterSystems
Russ Leftwich, InterSystems

Russ Leftwich, MD Senior Clinical Advisor, Interoperability, InterSystems

As each technological advance creates a quantum leap in the volume of healthcare data, healthcare becomes more effective. At the same time, the risk of unintended outcomes and injury increases, in large part related to our inability to access and use the data in real time.

This disconnect between the rate at which we generate new data and our ability to consume, analyze, and understand that data was the inspiration for the development of Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®), which allows access to data distributed across systems, databases, and devices in real time. Only through FHIR and the modeling of complex healthcare concepts in that data can we close the gap between the explosion of data sources and our ability to make that data accessible, computable, and usable to improve health outcomes.


Thursday, March 12th

Da Vinci – Developing the Critical Standards to Support Providers and Payers in Value-Based Care

Thursday, March 12th
12:00 – 1.00 PM (Lunch)
Booth #3301

Jocelyn Keegan, Da Vinci Project
Jocelyn Keegan, Da Vinci Project

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

Founded in 2018, Da Vinci leverages the combined power of HL7® FHIR®, subject matter experts, leading providers, payers, and vendors to improve the overall flow of clinical data between providers and payers for quality measurement, transparency of patient coverage, prior authorization and identification of risk-based contract members. The project is also driving standards for payers to better support providers and patients for proposed CMS rules covering directories, payer coverage decisions and improving transparency for members. In this session participants will learn about the status, maturity and resources available of the over 14 use cases in HL7’s standards development process and emerging implementations.

 

Putting the Patient In Charge – How HealthShare Could Enable Ubiquitous Data Sharing

Tuesday, March 10th
11:00 AM
Booth #3301

Michael Marchant
Michael B. Marchant, UC Davis Health

Michael B. Marchant, Director – System Integration & Health Information Exchange, UC Davis Health

Regulatory requirements have health providers and payers scrambling to meet the ever-growing demand of providing access to data via API. UC Davis Health is taking a proactive approach to making data access and acquisition easier for patients. This presentation will explore the possibilities of leveraging our HealthShare environment to provide push capabilities for enrolled patients to meet their needs and the regulatory requirements.


Healthy Data – The Power Behind Innovation and AI

Tuesday, March 10th
12:00 – 1.00 PM (Lunch)
Booth #3301

Don Woodlock, InterSystems
Don Woodlock, InterSystems

Don Woodlock, Head of InterSystems HealthShare

We have collectively spent billions, turning almost every worker in healthcare into a data entry clerk, in the move from the paper world to the digital world we have today. But was it worth it? Do we have data now that improves care, enhances our understanding of populations of patients, or allows us to model the future? We are discovering unadorned data does not lead us very far. But Healthy Data – data that has been cleaned, aggregated, normalized, deduplicated, and put into workflows where it’s needed, becomes immensely useful, enabling breakthroughs in care. And one of the most important tools of our time, artificial intelligence and machine learning, can’t even leave the starting gate without Healthy Data. Learn what Healthy Data is, why it matters, what technologies allow you to get it, and what impact it can have on patients, caregivers, and the overall healthcare system.


Guerbet Value Proposition for Healthcare

Tuesday, March 10th
1:00 PM
Booth #3301

Leeann Essai
Leeann Essai, Guerbet LLC
Adan Martin
Adan Martin, Guerbet LLC

Adan Martin, Global Head of Digital Solutions, Guerbet LLC
Leeann Essai, Head of Marketing NA, Guerbet LLC

As a pioneer in the contrast-agent field, Guerbet is a leader in medical imaging worldwide. Driven by its commitment to advance radiology today and tomorrow, Guerbet has designed a portfolio of interconnected contrast-imaging solutions to enhance clinical decision-making.

Its Contrast&Care® enables imaging centers to collect, archive, review, and share patient injection data. InterSystems IRIS for Health™ data platform is key to facilitating connectivity and the full data management between Guerbet and with health information systems. Learn how InterSystems IRIS for Health facilitates the interoperability, data storage, and business intelligence of Guerbet solutions.


Interoperability: Leveraging SMART on FHIR Applications to Improve Patient Care

Tuesday, March 10th
2:00 PM
Booth #3301

Jason Buckner
Jason Buckner, Manifest MedEx

Jason Buckner, Chief Technology Officer, Manifest Medex

Manifest Medex (MX) is the largest nonprofit health data network in California connecting information for 19 million patients. They use InterSystems HealthShare, running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), to provide clinical and claims data in real time to more than 500 healthcare organizations. This presentation will provide an in-depth look at how InterSystems technology and AWS are helping MX to connect the dots on every patient record, leveraging HL7 FHIR standard to enable better interoperability and deliver the information California payers and providers need as they move toward value-based care.


Enhancing Healthcare Interoperability with Amazon Comprehend Medical

Tuesday, March 10th
3:00 PM
Booth #3301

Aaron Friedman
Aaron Friedman, Amazon Web Services

Aaron Friedman, PhD, Principal Partner Solutions Architect, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

To get a complete view of patient health or population health, organizations are tasked with integrating numerous data sources, in a variety of formats, many of which are unstructured. While unstructured health data is a treasure trove of information, it is hard to extract meaning from. In this session we will walk through how organizations can use natural language processing, particularly Amazon Comprehend Medical, to enhance their interoperability posture and improve overall data quality.


Lygeia Ricciardi
Lygeia Ricciardi, Carium
John Lynn
John Lynn, Healthcare IT Today
Alex MacLeod
Alex MacLeod, InterSystems
Stacy Hurt
Stacy Hurt, HIMSS Digital Influencer
Eric Widen
Eric Widen, HBI Solutions

How Can Healthy Data Fix Healthcare?

Tuesday, March 10th
4:00 PM
Booth  #3301

Moderator: John Lynn, Founder and Sr. Editor, Healthcare IT Today

Panelists:
Lygeia Ricciardi, Chief Transformation Officer, Carium, HIMSS Digital Influencer
Stacy Hurt, Patient Experience Consultant, HIMSS Digital Influencer
Alex MacLeod, Manager, HealthShare Commercial Initiatives, InterSystems
Eric Widen, CEO, HBI Solutions

There are a lot of pressures holding healthcare back from achieving higher quality of care and lower costs. One of them is the challenge of sharing healthcare data. Whether that’s data between organizations, or patients sharing wearable and other home health data with their doctors, sharing data is a challenge with major consequences, especially when the data isn’t clean.

Join us for this meetup where we’ll talk about how a clean, healthy data pipeline is critical to solving today’s healthcare challenges and what the world of healthcare unbounded would look like. Is it possible to share data? What are the benefits? How do you overcome the challenges? How can we enable third party vendors?

We’ll discuss these questions and many more as we learn all about healthy data.

 

How RxMx Automates Risk Management to Safely Launch Specialty Medicines

Wednesday, March 11th
11:00 AM
Booth #3301

George Hunnewell HIMSS20
George Hunnewell, RxMx

George Hunnewell, CEO, RxMx

The current workload placed on doctors is unsustainable. While doctors are busy tending to administrative tasks, they spend less time with patients and the quality of care declines. By automating certain tasks, doctors and nurses can have more time to focus on patient care without increasing their administrative burden. Learn how our products support patients, keep doctors engaged in their patients’ care and facilitate the launch of specialty medicines into global markets.


Managing the Explosion of Healthcare Data Through FHIR

Wednesday, March 11th
12:00 PM Lunch and Learn
Booth #3301

Russ Leftwich
Russ Leftwich, InterSystems

Russ Leftwich, MD Senior Clinical Advisor, Interoperability, InterSystems

As each technological advance creates a quantum leap in the volume of healthcare data, healthcare becomes more effective. At the same time, the risk of unintended outcomes and injury increases, in large part related to our inability to access and use the data in real time.

This disconnect between the rate at which we generate new data and our ability to consume, analyze, and understand that data was the inspiration for the development of Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®), which allows access to data distributed across systems, databases, and devices in real time. Only through FHIR and the modeling of complex healthcare concepts in that data can we close the gap between the explosion of data sources and our ability to make that data accessible, computable, and usable to improve health outcomes.


FHIR Interoperability for Reducing the Burden of Clinical Quality Measurement

Wednesday, March 11th
1:00 PM
Booth #3301

Patrick Haren
Patrick Haren, Cigna
Ray Halper
Raymond Halper, Rush Health

Raymond Halper, Interim CIO, Rush Health
Patrick Haren, Clinical Interoperability Lead, Cigna

As the shift to value based care continues, the need for payer-provider collaboration has become essential.  The Da Vinci project provides a forum for payers, providers, vendors and other vested participants to use FHIR to streamline value-based care use cases. Come learn about the pilot project between Rush Health, Cigna and InterSystems and how they implemented the Da Vinci clinical quality measure use case, which promises to reduce the burden and increase the scale of data exchange for value-based care.


How Rhodes Group Leverages lnterSystems Interoperability

Wednesday, March 11th
2:00 PM
Booth #3301

Steve Ayer, VP Strategic Partnerships, Rhodes Group
Steve Ayer, Rhodes Group

Steve Ayer, VP Strategic Partnerships, Rhodes Group

Rhodes Group, leveraging InterSystems HealthShare advanced interoperability platform, created the technology infrastructure to support TriCore Reference Laboratories. The infrastructure solution enabled the independent medical laboratory to successfully pursue a growth and transformation strategy, serving diverse customers with diverse technology environments while empowering Lab 2.0 capabilities.


Improving Critical Decision Making for Cancer Patients

Wednesday, March 11th
3:00 PM
Booth #3301

Jean-Alexandre Kaminsky
Jean-Alexandre Kaminisky, MyPL

Jean-Alexandre Kaminisky, COO, MyPL

Medical specialists need access to patient information relevant to their disciplines, so they can make critical decisions in real time. MyPL has designed an innovative patient dashboard to help oncologists and other cancer professionals access structured and clinically validated information in their daily assessment of cancer patients.

This solution uses machine learning algorithms, supportive decision tree functions, and alerts to define the proper diagnostic and treatment scheme for patients. Learn about the very innovative approach MyPL is developing for tumor board meetings and experts in oncology.


The Genomic Data Challenge – How UCDavis Health Put Dynamic Genomic Reports in Provider Hands Through the EHR via HealthShare

Wednesday, March 11th
4:00 PM
Booth #3301

Michael Marchant
Michael B. Marchant, UC Davis Health

Michael B. Marchant, Director – System Integration & Health Information Exchange, UC Davis Health

UC Davis Health, like other organizations, struggles with how to get genomic reports into the hands of clinicians. Learn how US Davis Health leveraged InterSystems HealthShare® to create a context-aware linkage between its electronic health record and HealthShare to deliver dynamic, discrete report content to providers when and where they need it.


No Patient Data Left Behind

Wednesday, March 11th
5:00 PM
Booth #3301

Sandy LaFon Ricoh
Sandy LaFon, Ricoh Healthcare
Randy Pelikan Ricoh
Randy Pelikan, Ricoh Healthcare

Randy Pelikan, Senior Manager, Sales Engineering, Ricoh Healthcare
Sandy LaFon, Technical Sales Analyst, Ricoh Healthcare

When healthcare providers submit claims to an insurance company, or mail bills to a patient, they include a lockbox ‘bank’ address for payment remittance. A common side-effect is that correspondence is being sent back to the lockbox address. But how do providers receive and process hundreds of transactions that are trapped in the lockbox? How can they integrate these documents into the patient’s chart? How can these documents make their way back to the correct department for immediate follow-up? Learn how Ricoh’s Intelligent Capture, Patient Matching & Analytics Solution seamlessly and expeditiously solves all these issues and more.

Integrated Enterprise AI, Hyperdrive for Your Data Platform

Thursday, March 12th
10:00 AM
Booth #3301

Matt Marzillo DataRobot
Matt Marzillo, DataRobot

Matt Marzillo, Customer-Facing Data Scientist, DataRobot

Continued pressure to deliver high-quality care and reduce costs along with top trends like consumerism, value-based care, and the continued shortage of healthcare professionals are driving the transformation of healthcare. Meeting the challenges of healthcare in the future requires enterprises to successfully harness the full power of their data across their enterprise. Come see how an integrated enterprise AI strategy can put your data platform into hyperdrive!


Mind the Gaps – An HIE Tool to Facilitate Closing Gaps in Care

Thursday, March 12th
11:00 AM
Booth #3301

Healthix Sana
Sana Ali, Healthix

Sana Ali, Healthix

Healthix Gaps in Care reporting service is a new and evolving Healthix product that delivers accurate and reliable data for specific quality metrics to identify and eventually close gaps in care. It provides gaps lists consolidated across attributed patients for multiple measures.

Learn how we have successfully delivered reports for measures including annual Visits, Blood Pressure, Breast Cancer Screening, Cervical Cancer Screening, Colorectal Cancer Screening and Comprehensive Diabetes Care.

Because the reports also include information about gaps filled outside the health center participants  can reduce care coordination expenses by reducing “no value” outreach and increase  value-based-care premiums and bonuses.


Da Vinci – Developing the Critical Standards to Support Providers and Payers in Value-Based Care

Thursday, March 12th
12:00 PM (Lunch)
Booth #3301

Jocelyn Keegan
Jocelyn Keegan, Da Vinci Project

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

Founded in 2018, Da Vinci leverages the combined power of HL7® FHIR®, subject matter experts, leading providers, payers, and vendors to improve the overall flow of clinical data between providers and payers for quality measurement, transparency of patient coverage, prior authorization and identification of risk-based contract members. The project is also driving standards for payers to better support providers and patients for proposed CMS rules covering directories, payer coverage decisions and improving transparency for members. In this session participants will learn about the status, maturity and resources available of the over 14 use cases in HL7’s standards development process and emerging implementations.


InterSystems & Imprivata Collaborate to Enable Fast and Secure Access to Unified Patient Information

Thursday, March 12th
1:00 PM
Booth #3301

Barbara Dumery
Barbara Dumery, Imprivata
Dimitri Fane
Dimitri Fane, InterSystems

Dimitri Fane, Director of Product Management, TrakCare, InterSystem
Barbara Dumery, Senior Vice President of Product Management, Imprivata

Dimitri Fane, Director of Product Management for InterSystems will talk about recent TrakCare innovations such as a screening tool for Novel Coronavirus, and the recently-announced partnership with Imprivata to facilitate fast and secure access to TrakCare. Barbara Dumery, Senior Vice President of Product Management, Imprivata will share how the company’s OneSign and ConfirmID promote efficiency, effectiveness and integration to TrakCare throughout the healthcare environment and how Mediclinic Middle East in the UAE is benefitting from this partnership for operator access in the Emergency Department.


Unleash the Power to Predict in the ED

Thursday, March 12th
2:00 PM
Booth #3301

Eric Widen
Eric Widen, HBI Solutions

Eric Widen, CEO, HBI Solutions

Delivering the revisit risk scores to the emergency department (ED) supports critical discharge, admit, and follow up decisions. ED physicians, however, also want to understand intra-ED episode risks for mortality and post-discharge risks to inform those decisions.

Hear Eric Widen discuss how intra-episode risk scores, including sepsis and mortality, and post-discharge risks for things like heart attack, stroke and suicide attempts, can be delivered and support critical decisions made by ED physicians every day in emergency departments across a connected community.

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Laurent Viquesnel, Sales Executive

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