Virtual Event | October 12-16, 2020
HLTH VRTL will bring together leaders from across the health ecosystem to help solve some of the industry’s largest problems and to bring to life some of the most promising opportunities to improve health.
Time Topic 10-10:55 a.m. ET Opening Session: The Engaged Patient as Consumer: Post-COVID Innovation in Health & Care
- Patients have embraced telehealth and other innovative digital health technologies during the pandemic, accepting them as safe and convenient alternatives to in-person interactions. A discussion on this sea of change in care delivery, the driving forces behind consumerfocused digital health and care, and how innovation will shape the post-COVID landscape.
- Presenters will discuss digital health technologies, consumerism and the rapid transformation from acute care-centric operations to holistic care management.
11 a.m. -11:55 a.m. ET Session 2: The Engaged Clinician as Consumer: Building on Digital Health’s Momentum
- Physicians and clinicians see digital health in a new light, thanks to the rapid deployment of digital health innovations during the pandemic. Novel tools and improvements in existing technologies have allowed clinicians to provide better care with quality outcomes. A discussion on collaborations by health systems, health tech partners and entrepreneurs who are using AI, telehealth, remote monitoring and other innovations to reduce physician burden, support the physician-patient relationship and make clinicians digital health champions.
- This session includes the first reveal of 2020 CHIME Digital Health Most Wired results/market trends/digital capabilities.
12-12:55 p.m. ET Break 1-1:55 p.m. ET Session 3: Health Policy: Navigating Our Digital Health Future
- Good public health policy can facilitate the rapid adoption of digital health innovation, while bad policy can create barriers. A discussion of the role of advocacy, how to work with policymakers, how to identify and rectify misaligned policies, and examples of digital health’s policy successes.
- This session includes a call to action to help participants advocate for digital health innovations that benefit patients and clinicians.
2-3:30 p.m. ET Session 4: The Future of Health and Care
- The world has undergone exceptional change in a short period of time. Advanced engagement with health and care consumers creates new avenues for organizations to provide care and improve community health. On the flipside, the opportunities of digital health create inherent cybersecurity risks for patients and providers that need to be mitigated and managed. How can these changes be leveraged, addressed, or expanded based on how they change the health and care ecosystem? This closing session includes a discussion of where and how health systems and health tech companies go forward in the aftermath of transformational change.
- This session features a live discussion with Theresa Meadows and Marc Probst, moderated by Jonathan Fritz.
SpeakersRussell P. Branzell, FCHIME, CHCIO
Chief Innovation Information Officer, Texas Children’s Hospital
Keith Fraidenburg, MBA
EVP and COO, CHIME
Jonathan Fritz, JD, MS, CFCHE
Chief Innovation Officer, CHIME Innovation
Andrew Gettinger, M.D.
System SVP for Digital and Human Experiences, CommonSpirit Heath
Liz Johnson, MS, FAAN, FCHIME, LCHIME, FHIMSS, CHCIO, RN-BC
CIO, Geisinger Health System
Dr. James Madara
CEO, American Medical Association
SVP and CIO, Cook Children’s Health Care System
Marc Probst, CHCIO
Dr. Sangita Reddy
Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals Group
Dr. Andrew Rosenberg
CIO, University of Michigan Medicine
Mari Rose Savickis
VP of Public Policy, CHIME
Senior Health and Oversight Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
System SVP and CIO, LCMC Health