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InterSystems @ HIMSS19

Presentations from HIMSS19

Create the Future of Care

Healthcare is changing rapidly, driven by new technologies, including artificial intelligence and consumer devices, and by new models of care and financing. The goal is the same everywhere: to create a smarter, more sustainable health and care system for the future. We believe the future depends on the right foundation: connected health and care organizations, and decisions based on meaningful, comprehensive health data.

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InterSystems @ HIMSS19

FHIR adoption is up in interfaces and applications across a broad range of use cases -- from mobile apps to electronic medical records to decision support services. View the following presentations for insights on the importance of FHIR and how to use it.

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

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

Russ Leftwich explores the FHIR standard, how it’s currently being used, and the impact it could have in the future.

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

Dan Gottlieb, Product Specialist, InterSystems

Dan Gottlieb explores SMART, CDS hooks, FHIR Bulk Data API standards for population health, and the future of FHIR.

Our partners describe how they are creating healthy communities, interoperable solutions, new business models, intelligent workflows, and smart devices with InterSystems technology.

Unifying Provider and Payer Data to Propel Value-Based Care

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

What will the next-generation unified care record look like? Listen as executives from Manifest MedEx, a nonprofit health network serving California, describe their vision for a unified care record.  They will discuss their strategy and technology for delivering data as a service to providers and payers.
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Practical Use Cases for AI & Machine Learning in Healthcare Organizations

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

Bits and Pieces – Better Data – Better Results

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.

Real-Time Alerting and Solution Platform

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.

Leveraging Clinical Data to Enrich Payer Workflows

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

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

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.

The Digital Transformation Journey at Bumrungrad International Hospital

Kenny Lim, Chief Information Technology Officer, Bumrungrad International Hospital

Bumrungrad International Hospital in Thailand 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.

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