Day 1: Wednesday, October 25th

Brunch

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Welcome Brunch and Registration

Sponsored by Duo Security

Orientation

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM Sponsor Orientation

Orientation

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM Delegate Orientation

Networking Activity

12:00 PM - 12:20 PM Kick-Off Networking Activity

Chairperson's Remarks

12:20 PM - 12:25 PM Chairperson Official Welcome to IQPC’s CIO Healthcare Exchange



Opening Keynote Address

12:25 PM - 12:55 PM Innovating with Interoperability: How the VA is Leveraging Interoperability to Drive Veteran-Centric, Team-Based Care

Jonathan Nebeker, MD, MS, Deputy CMIO, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Interoperability in healthcare usually means exchanging data; it supports seamless care, which involves accessing data, guiding decisions, and supporting care coordination. These experiences correspond to technical, semantic, and process interoperability. Join Dr. Jonathan Nebeker, Deputy CMIO at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, for a session on how industry and federal initiatives are helping to move the system beyond regulation into seamless care. Learn how the VA is creating new markets for clinical content and services for more efficient care and a better experience for clinicians and patients.

During our Opening Keynote, Dr. Nebeker will discuss how the VA is leveraging technology and interoperability to drive patient-centric, team-based approach to care, including:

•Standards limitations that are preventing value realization from your own data
•Emerging standards for process control and exchange
•Driving the markets in clinical content to increase value
•Federal initiatives and government-private partnerships
•Seamless care; not just interoperability

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Jonathan Nebeker, MD, MS

Deputy CMIO
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Plenary Session

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM Transforming Big Data Sets Into Real-time Action

Sheryl Rose, SVP & CISO, Catholic Health Initiatives
In the world of digital disruption, the risks and rewards are greater than they have ever been. Today’s digital healthcare CIO faces an avalanche of tasks tied to the digital evolution of the healthcare system and patient experience. In our opening keynote presentation, learn how CIOs and CMIOs from top healthcare systems are leading digital transformation by shifting the mindset from doing digital to being digital and by empowering the patient.

Takeaways:

•Digital transformation should utilize information technology to drive productivity for a better patient experience
•Today’s consumer is in the driver’s seat and more demanding than ever as we face a digital economy where on-demand everything is the norm
•CIOs need to focus on promoting innovation internally and paying attention to consumer behaviors and trends across other industries


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Sheryl Rose

SVP & CISO
Catholic Health Initiatives

Business Meetings

1:35 PM - 2:05 PM Business Meetings

Business Meetings

2:05 PM - 2:35 PM Business Meetings

Networking Break

2:35 PM - 3:00 PM Networking Snack Break

Master Class A

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM The Massive Benefits of Blockchain Technologies in Healthcare

Blockchain is being called one of the next hottest technologies in healthcare. While still a fairly new technology, blockchain is increasingly appealing to care providers seeking to securely access sensitive patient data. During this Master Class, discover the master benefits of blockchain.

We will talk about the massive implications of blockchain technologies, including:

•The enormous potential for the distributed ledger technology
•Blockchain’s usefulness in the healthcare enterprise
•Understanding digital bits and bitcoin and other key principles and terminology


BrainWeave A

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM How Machine Learning is Transforming the Patient Experience and Improving Outcomes

Machine Learning is one of the hottest topics in healthcare technology today. But while there are an overwhelming number of great use cases for trendy technology, CIOs and CMIOs need to understand how much is hype and how much is hope. Machine learning is providing tons of optimism in healthcare with promises to improve workflow, increase the power of data science and improve the patient experience.

Takeaways:

•Understanding the relationship between machine learning and data science
•The power of machine learning to fight cyberattacks and secure data
•Leveraging machine learning to drive operational strategies & maximize business outcome


Business Meetings

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Business Meetings

Business Meetings

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Business Meetings

Roundtable 1

4:35 PM - 5:40 PM Breach Prevention Doesn’t Have to Be Brain Surgery

Umang Barman, Product Marketing Manager, Duo Security

Healthcare organizations have increasingly large digital footprints with the adoption of electronic health records, e-prescriptions, and more. In 2015, one in three Americans were victims of healthcare data breaches; a series of large-scale attacks jeopardized 1 billion records and over 100 million individuals. Additionally, IT departments have lost direct control over the devices people use to access medical applications. To complicate matters further, these applications are now hosted in a mix of on-premises and public cloud environments. This has rendered traditional gateway security models ineffective and made implementing a proper security strategy incredibly difficult.

In this session, Duo Security’s Umang Barman will discuss how healthcare organizations can regain control of their security posture and reduce the risk of data breaches through:

•Easy-to-use multi-factor authentication that end users will love
•Granular access policies that protect all your applications, for all your users and devices
•In-depth insight into the security hygiene of all managed and unmanaged devices


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Umang Barman

Product Marketing Manager
Duo Security

Roundtable 2

4:35 PM - 5:40 PM Data Discussion: What Big Things Are You Doing With Big Data?




Roundtable 3

4:35 PM - 5:40 PM The Power of Predictive Analytics for Streamlining Report Generation



Cocktail Reception

4:45 PM - 6:45 PM Networking Cocktail Reception