CHIME HIMSS CIO Forum
Sunday, March 8 and Monday, March 9, 2020 | Hyatt Regency Orlando | Orlando, Florida
The CHIME HIMSS CIO Forum provides valuable education programming, tailored specifically to meet the needs of CIOs and other healthcare IT executives, as well as face-to-face time with colleagues to collaborate, exchange best practices, address professional development needs and strengthen partnerships with industry associations, government agencies and service firms who share a professional interest in improving the quality, safety and cost-effectiveness of healthcare.
Technology continues to be the major driver of change in healthcare organizations. As healthcare leaders and IT executives we’re called to lead change on a number of fronts at once. No sooner has an organization implemented new technology than they are ready to move on to the next new thing. How do exceptional leaders both keep up with changes and look ahead to find new ways to guide their organizations in making advanced technology decisions?
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Exclusive for CHIME CIO Members ∗ CHIME members have access to their own block of hotel rooms at HIMSSNOTE: CHIME Foundation Partners will receive separate communication and instruction regarding booking of their hotel rooms directly from their CHIME business development contact.
A block of rooms has been set aside for CHIME CIO members at the Hyatt Regency Orlando Hotel (located directly across the street from the Convention Center). Please log in for full instructions on booking your hotel and registering.
Registration is now open. Visit the HIMSS20 conference website to complete your registration for the CIO Forum. You’ll need your CHIME membership number: 200220
Sunday, March 8 Location 6:00 pm Opening Reception The Hyatt Regency Orlando Monday, March 9 7:30 am BREAKFAST The Hyatt Regency Orlando 8:30 am – 9:00 am CHIME Welcome and Opening Remarks
Russ Branzell, FCHIME, CHCIO, President & CEO, CHIME
John Kravitz, CHCIO, LCHIME, Corporate CIO, Geisinger Health System, Chair – CHIME Board of Trustees
The Hyatt Regency Orlando 9:00 am – 10:00 am Opening Keynote – Health and Care Big Picture
James Madara, MD, CEO, American Medical Association (AMA)
The Hyatt Regency Orlando 10:00 am BREAK 10:30 am – 11:30 am Mid-Morning Keynote
To Be Announced
The Hyatt Regency Orlando 11:30 am NETWORKING LUNCH 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mid-Afternoon Keynotes: Digital Transformation Spotlight – Real Examples of Bringing Advanced Tech to Health and Care
- Marc Probst, CHCIO, LCHIME, CIO, Intermountain Healthcare
- Natalie Pageler, MD, CMIO, Stanford Children’s Health
- Daniel Barchi, MS, CHCIO, Senior VP and CIO, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
The Hyatt Regency Orlando 2:00 pm BREAK 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Closing Keynote – Thinking Differently
John K. Coyle, Founder, The Art of Really Living
The Hyatt Regency Orlando 3:30 pm CLOSING RECEPTION The Hyatt Regency Orlando Tuesday, March 10 8:00 am – 5:30 pm CHIME Focus Groups The Hyatt Regency Orlando Wednesday, March 11 8:00 am – 5:30 pm CHIME Focus Groups The Hyatt Regency Orlando Thursday, March 12 8:00 am – 1:30 pm CHIME Focus Groups The Hyatt Regency Orlando
CHIME HIMSS CIO Forum Sponsorships
Sponsorships for the CHIME HIMSS CIO Forum range from charitable events, to educational sessions, to informal networking sessions and messaging panels. Your CHIME HIMSS sponsorship support not only strengthens the partnership between healthcare executives by making events such as the CIO Forum possible, it also sets your company apart as an industry leader by showcasing your commitment to improving the healthcare industry.
Securing your sponsorship package early gives you more flexibility, in addition to being a critical step, as we have nearly sold out of event’s items in recent years.
Sponsorship Sponsor Dollars Please log in to view. Opening Reception Optimum Healthcare IT Closing Reception Bluetree Network Opening Keynote Speaker Mid-morning Keynote Speaker Mid-afternoon Keynote Speaker Closing Keynote Speaker CIO Forum Lobby Banner (Limited Quantities) Optimum Healthcare IT, Clearsense CIO Apparel 314e Corp CIO Forum Coffee breaks CIO Forum Attendee Giveaway Streaming Presentations and Internet Branded Pads of Paper and Pens CIO Forum Networking Breakfast CIO Forum Networking Luncheon CIO Forum Attendee Lanyards Divurgent Water Stations (cups/bottles) Attendee Pad Folio Onsite Printed Program Guide Ads (1/2 page) (Limited Quantities) , Spok Onsite Printed Program Guide Ads (full page) Banner (Limited Quantities) Message Panel (Limited Quantities) Focus Group Lounge Ellkay Focus Group Breakfast (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) Focus Group Lunch (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) Focus Group Coffee Break (Limited Quantities) Room Drop (Limited Quantities) Optimum Healthcare Executive Strategy Session (Limited Quantities) Thought Leadership Roundtable (Limited Quantities) Co-hosted Reception – Tuesday Optimum Healthcare Co-hosted Reception – Monday DXC Technologies Co-hosted Reception – Wednesday After Hours CEO Reception (Sunday) Focus Group (Limited Quantities) ProofPoint
Interested in sponsoring? Contact your account director.
CHIME will consider special promotional programs and discounted package pricing on a case-by-case basis. Please contact [email protected] with your ideas. Consideration is given to ideas that are in keeping with CHIME’s mission and nonprofit status.
Opening Keynote (Health and Care Big Picture)
James L. Madara, MD
CEO, American Medical Association (AMA)
James L. Madara, MD, is CEO and executive vice president of the American Medical Association, an adjunct professor of pathology at Northwestern University and chairman of the innovation firm Health2047 Inc. Since taking the reins of the AMA in 2011, Madara has helped sculpt the organization’s visionary long-term strategic plan.
He previously has held positions at Harvard Medical School, Emory University and the University of Chicago as well as serving as senior adviser with Leavitt Partners. His honors and awards include receiving the MERIT Award from the National Institutes of Health, being named one of the nation’s 50 most influential physician executives and one of the nation’s 100 most influential people in healthcare by Modern Healthcare, and two lifetime achievement awards from medical societies.
Madara outlines the AMA’s long-range strategic plan and work toward health equity in the opening session of the 2019 AMA Annual Meeting. Watch the video here.
Madara discusses how digital technology is changing healthcare and the pitfalls, barriers, successes and future opportunities in this podcast. (The interview starts at 4:25.)
To Be Announced
Mid-Afternoon Keynotes: Digital Transformation Spotlight
(Real Examples of Bringing Advanced Tech to Health and Care)
CIO, Intermountain Healthcare
Marc Probst is the vice president and CIO at Intermountain Healthcare. Marc is nationally recognized as a CIO and has been a leader in information technology and healthcare services for more than 30 years.
Prior to Intermountain, Marc was a partner with two large professional service organizations: Deloitte Consulting and Ernst & Young, serving healthcare provider and payer organizations. He served on the Federal Healthcare Information Technology Policy Committee, which assisted in developing HIT Policy for the U.S. government. He is a member of CHIME and HIMSS, where he has taken several leadership roles, including chair of CHIME’s Policy Steering Committee in 2017; chair of the CHIME Board of Trustees in 2016, and chair of the CHIME Foundation Board in 2017.
His past awards include the Utah HIMSS Chapter’s 2019 Healthcare Tech Leader of the Year and CHIME’s 2018 Federal Public Policy Award for CIO Leadership.
Natalie Pageler, MD
CMIO, Stanford Children’s Health
Dr. Natalie Pageler is a board-certified pediatric intensivist and board-certified clinical informaticist. She is the Chief Medical Information Officer at Stanford Children’s Health and a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatric Critical Care and Systems Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Dr. Pageler also holds a Master’s Degree in medical education, and focused her thesis project on the impact of computerized clinical decision support tools on clinician’s knowledge, behaviors and attitudes. Through her clinical and administrative positions, she has spearheaded the development of innovative computerized clinical decision support tools to provide point-of-care education to clinicians and enhance quality of care, efficiency, and patient safety, and has published the outcomes of this work.
Dr. Pageler is also one of the founding associate program directors of the first ACGME-accredited fellowship in clinical informatics, located at Stanford University.
Daniel Barchi, MS, CHCIO
Senior VP and CIO, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Daniel Barchi is senior vice president and CIO of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, one of the largest healthcare providers in the U.S. and the university hospital of Columbia and Cornell. He leads 1,000 informatics and technology specialists who deliver the tools and data that physicians and nurses use to deliver acute care and manage population health.
Barchi previously led healthcare technology as CIO at Yale New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine and earlier as CIO of the Carilion Health System. He was president of the Carilion Biomedical Institute and director of technology for MCI WorldCom. He began his career as a U.S. Naval officer and was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal for leadership and the Southeast Asia Service Medal for Iraq operations in the Red Sea.
Closing Keynote (Thinking Differently)
John K. Coyle
Founder, The Art of Really Living
Olympic speedskating silver medalist John K. Coyle is a world-leading expert in innovation and Design Thinking, and best-selling author of Design for Strengths: Applying Design Thinking to Individual and Team Strengths (2018) and The Art of Really Living Manifesto (2016). A graduate of Stanford University’s Product Design Program, he is an NBC sports analyst, two-time TEDx presenter and sought-after keynote speaker.
Known as “The Time Guy,” Coyle is a thought leader in the field of chronoception—the study of how humans process time. He teaches innovation classes at Northwestern, Marquette and CEDIM University Graduate School in Mexico. His mission is to innovate the human experience.
Coyle describes lessons learned training as an Olympic speed skater and his strategy to design around weaknesses, focus on strengths and learn to enjoy it in this TedX talk.
In this podcast, Coyle details how the brain processes time and how adults can counter the perceived acceleration of time to bring more memories and meaning into their lives.
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