Day 2: Thursday, October 26th

7:15 AM - 8:00 AM Networking Breakfast

8:00 AM - 8:05 AM Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Day 2 Keynote Presentation

8:10 AM - 8:40 AM The Digital CIO’s Guide to Building an Effective Cyber Strategy Roadmap

Joey Johnson, Chief Information Security Officer, Premise Health
Most healthcare organizations have put strategic security leadership in place, but where that strategic outlook intersects with tactical delivery, it dwells heavily within the CIO’s domain. We’ll address the market longevity of products and their path to commoditization, the true level of effort in implementing them, and when is the appropriate timing for each. This talk will equip CIOs and IT leaders with the information necessary to ensure they can both challenge the demands of their security leaders, and effectively support their requirements upstream to executive and board leadership.

During this keynote, we’ll discuss:
•How to effectively challenge your CISO and security leaders
•Recognizing key prerequisites that are critical to buying a technology
•How to navigate the cybersecurity investment noise



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Joey Johnson

Chief Information Security Officer
Premise Health

Plenary Session

8:45 AM - 9:15 AM Structured for Success: Why the CIO & CISO Must Be in Lockstep

Meredith R. Harper, Chief Security & Privacy Security Officer, Henry Ford Health System
When leadership at Henry Ford Health System began to float the idea of combining IT and privacy/security under one umbrella, they knew it might be met with skepticism, so they took to the road. Meredith Harper, now Chief Information Privacy & Security Officer, traveled to every hospital and business unit to speak with stakeholders about why it was necessary, making sure to tailor the message to each group. The plan worked, and HFHS implemented a program that leverages the strengths of five individual verticals to create a more collaborative environment. Working together to address the cybersecurity workforce shortage.

During this keynote, we’ll discuss:
•How the CIO & CISO can develop a united front to the C-suite for the most effective strategy implementation and relationship
•Key challenges in securing patient data in a complex setting
•Henry Ford’s approach to education and how they work together to bring consumers into the fold


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Meredith R. Harper

Chief Security & Privacy Security Officer
Henry Ford Health System

9:20 AM - 9:50 AM Business Meetings

9:55 AM - 10:25 AM Business Meetings

10:30 AM - 10:50 AM Networking Break

Master Class B

10:55 AM - 11:40 AM Mastering Digital Operational Excellence with an Intelligent BPM

Business Process Management systems help healthcare organizations reduce costs, improve productivity and drive better results. Healthcare organizations can greatly benefit by utilizing an intelligent BPM that takes control of business processes, improves workflow design and streamlines user portal providers by completing tasks and tracking process activity.

Join this Master Class to dive into a discussion about:

•What key aspects organizations need to focus on to gain operational excellence
•Why gaining complete visibility of the customer and business processes is crucial when pursuing operational excellence
•How harnessing BPM technology can drive operational excellence and ability to rapidly change


BrainWeave B

10:55 AM - 11:40 AM How to Successfully Transition Your Organization to a DevOps Culture to Improve Business Performance & Drive Efficiency

In recent years, the emergence of DevOps has impacted the structure of the IT team in many ways, presenting vast opportunities for improving business performance and efficiency. This session will showcase how your organization can successfully transition to a DevOps culture, how to overcome challenges and how the state of DevOps is transforming today’s healthcare landscape.

Join this Brain Weave to talk about:

•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


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Networking Lunch

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM Plenary Session



Plenary Session

2:35 PM - 3:20 PM From Technology to Triple Aim: Leveraging Healthcare IT Optimization to Promote Population Health and Patient-Centric Care

Shashi Tripathi, Senior Vice President, Technology & Operational Innovation, New Century Health
It’s all about the triple aim – care, health and cost. But while disruptive technology is shaking up the landscape of healthcare, how exactly is it impacting the Triple Aim of healthcare? In the face of some of the most-exciting technologies healthcare has ever seen – Artificial Intelligence, promises of Big Data and Healthcare Internet of Things – find out how to create a Healthcare IT strategy that will optimize your technologies, streamline your systems and improve practices with the Triple Aim as a true target. During this session, we will explore how some of the largest provider organizations are optimizing their Health IT to impact the patient experience and improve outcomes.

Join us for a discussion that highlights:
•Interdependent goals that focus on the digital impact of technology on the Triple Aim
•How to improve site-specific care for the consumer
•Optimizing technologies and Big Data analytics to improve Population Health


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Shashi Tripathi

Senior Vice President, Technology & Operational Innovation
New Century Health

3:25 PM - 3:55 PM Business Meetings

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Business Meetings

4:35 PM - 5:00 PM Networking Break

Plenary Session

5:05 PM - 5:35 PM Transforming Outcomes through Personalized, Consumer-Centric Healthcare

Sheryl Rose, SVP & CISO, Catholic Health Initiatives
Thanks to legislation, the healthcare industry is experiencing a huge push toward value-based care, resulting in more engaged physicians and as a result, more engaged patients as well. The huge difference between the fee-for-service care model and the value-based care model is that the patient is now at the center of the healthcare conversation. Data technologies have allowed the healthcare industry to capture data for decades. However, today’s physicians and healthcare systems are more concerned with using technology that creates action that will improve the patient experience. Many CIOs and CMIOs are struggling to turn data into actionable, focused insights that will underscore a more positive patient experience and give depth to the value-based care model.

Join this session as we discuss:

•New consumer-driven technologies that are helping the shift to value-based care models
•How to keep the consumer at the center of the conversation
•ROI tied to consumer-centric technologies
•Patient-centric healthcare solutions that are advancing healthcare
•How Patient-Centric differs from Patient-Centered


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Sheryl Rose

SVP & CISO
Catholic Health Initiatives

Master Class C

5:40 PM - 6:25 PM Top Tech Tools Driving Patient-Centrism in Healthcare & Evolving the Patient Experience

Although the industry is abuzz with excitement about new and emerging disruptive technologies, the secret to truly transforming healthcare is by keeping the patient experience at top of mind. Join this in-depth master class to explore how interactive patient technology is disrupting the way healthcare is being delivered and entire patient outcomes.

We will explore top technology tools, including:

•Emerging digital tools and most recent digital advances impacting the patient experience
•How to balance a consumer-driven model with the newest technologies
•Using technologies to underscore the value-based care model


BrainWeave C

5:40 PM - 6:25 PM The Target on Your Back: Fighting Sophisticated Healthcare Hackers & Protecting Patient Data

As cybercriminals become more advanced, Healthcare IT executives must be aware of the threat landscape, especially as hospitals become a number-one target for hackers. In this session, learn about the top cybersecurity threats in healthcare and uncover strategic cybersecurity measures and strategies that have successfully safeguarded top, cutting-edge healthcare organizations.

We will explore a number of threats, including:

•Phishing Attacks: Why they are more common and what your employees need to know today
•Malware & Ransomware: Why your staff is your number-one threat and how you can educate insiders against falling for hacker tricks
•Encryption Blind Spots: How to protect yourself by adding a layer of security that monitors encrypted traffic


6:30 PM - 6:30 PM Networking Cocktails