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    For CHIME Foundation members: CHIME Advisory Services, run by CHIME Technologies Inc., provides firms with a team of advisors comprised of practicing CHIME member CIOs and other senior healthcare IT leaders. Advisors are provided to support business activities by providing new and fresh perspectives on key industry topics and relevant areas of focus, as well as to provide constructive feedback. Advisory Services may be used for company strategic retreats and other planning events to provide insights or validate direction. This session will clarify how Advisory Services can benefit CHIME Foundation Partners, provide tips of best practices, and will contain time for questions.
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    In this session, we will share the exclusive details and statistics based on analysis of tens of thousands connected medical devices deployed in real-world environments. We would like feedback on how your organizations compare with these report results that outline the types of devices in-service, devices with most security issues and the most common cause of security issues in connected medical devices. Most importantly, we would like to learn more about your security implementations plans.

    Learning Objectives:

    • How does the data compare to your organization?
    • Any unexpected surprises in the results?
    • What are your IoT medical device security plans?
     

     

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    In this session, we will share the exclusive details and statistics based on analysis of tens of thousands connected medical devices deployed in real-world environments. We would like feedback on how your organizations compare with these report results that outline the types of devices in-service, devices with most security issues and the most common cause of security issues in connected medical devices. Most importantly, we would like to learn more about your security implementations plans.

    Learning Objectives:

    • How does the data compare to your organization?
    • Any unexpected surprises in the results?
    • What are your IoT medical device security plans?
     

     

    • To Scribe or Not to Scribe

    • Start: 02/28/2018 12:00pm
    • End: 01:00pm
    • Event Type: College LIVE
    • Session Speaker(s):

      Nancy Gagliano, CMO at Culbert Healthcare Solutions

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    With physician burnout becoming a crisis, the requirements of EHR documentation are often blamed. Templates, and macros have not been the perfect solution. The best solutions need to save documentation time, support codified data entry, as well as, in-box and task management. Because of this, physicians often cite in-person scribes as the salvation. Unfortunately, in-person scribes are expensive and require significant overhead and resources to implement and manage. The presentation will include a review of how EHRs effect physician time and burnout, including burnout’s financial impact. Solutions such as Voice Recognition, In-Person Scribes, and the newest entrant, Virtual Scribes will be explored in detail. The pros, cons, and processes of each solution will be discussed.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. The financial impact of physician burnout and how the EHRs contribution to the problem
    2. What is a Virtual Scribe
    3. The pros and cons to Voice Recognition, In Person Scribes, and Virtual Scribes
    4. What practice settings are best for VR, Virtual Scribes, and/or In-person scribes
    • Tech Trends 2018

    • Start: 03/14/2018 12:00pm
    • End: 01:00pm
    • Event Type: College LIVE
    • Session Speaker(s):

      Tom Foley, Principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP
      Michael Kleinmann, Senior Manager at Deloitte Consulting LLP

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    Based on insight from our technology subject matter specialists, input from some of our largest clients, and discussions with industry analysts and our alliance members, we will identify the top trends anticipated to have a significant impact for the CIO in the coming year and beyond.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Understand major shifts in technology.
    2. Provide deidentified examples of clients that are already acting on these shifts
    3. Outline how CIOs can embrace these disruptions via a high-level roadmap
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    Join CHIME for an overview by experts on the front lines on the new Medicare telehealth policies that better position providers for reimbursement including around remote health monitoring.  Medicare has been inching their way into this space but pressure is mounting from Congress, policymakers, providers and patients.  Did you know that the group of healthcare experts that advises Congress – MedPAC – on all things Medicare, has made sweeping recommendations around telehealth reimbursement?  2018 represents the first year the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will be reimbursing for remote health monitoring.  They also increased the number of services eligible for reimbursement this year.  Join this webex to learn the latest and keep your finger on the pulse of Medicare telehealth reimbursement by listening to our panel of experts!

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    What’s next on your 2018 cybersecurity agenda? Ransomware attacks continue to disproportionately affect the healthcare industry, and CIOs continue to be challenged with protecting their existing environment while trying to successfully deploy innovative organizational initiatives.

    Join Commvault Healthcare Product Manager, John Valutkevich, as he discusses the evolution and increase in ransomware, the impact ransomware continues to have on the healthcare industry, and provides guidance on developing an effective strategy to mitigate your risk. John has over 20 years of experience in Healthcare IT managing teams in the research, design, testing, and implementation of data management and interoperability solutions.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Learn more about the increased prevalence of cybersecurity, and 2018 security trends
    2. Learn about best practices to create and implement a cybersecurity strategy and enterprise data management strategy to mitigate your risk
    3. Learn how to evaluate the best partners to help implement a cybersecurity strategy
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    Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening complication that arises when the body’s response to infection injures its own tissues and organs. Time matters when dealing with this medical emergency. Early recognition and treatment have been shown to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with this dangerous condition. One of the most effective methods to assist physicians in identifying sepsis is through a data-driven approach. By building upon existing EHR functionality with new technology, including real-time communication of at-risk patients, and increasing organizational collaboration, Licking Memorial has improved outcomes and mortality rates at the hospital, stemming the tide and risk of sepsis across their organization.

    • Realizing the Value of EMR

    • Start: 03/28/2018 12:00pm
    • End: 01:00pm
    • Event Type: College LIVE
    • Session Speaker(s):

      Julia Cooney, Principal of Deloitte Consulting LLP

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    Your organization has spent 100's of millions of dollars to install a certified EMR. You survived the project and now the tide of rising expectations is just below your chin (standing on tiptoes). Leadership, the board, and in particular, end users are demanding the EMR deliver more value and benefits. They expect and need more capability and enhancements, they want greater alignment of the EMR to operational improvements and they crave data and reports. Executives are seeking analytic solutions.
    What if you could tackle some of these challenges simultaneously and as a by-product drive improved performance as measured by growth, efficiency or best use of capital? How do you realize greater value and then sustain momentum? How do you ensure your EMR is delivering at the next level?

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Understand the factors that drive realization of value from historical investments in EMR
    2. Explore framework of enterprise solutions including strategy, people, process, data and technology
    3. Get some ideas of what you can do, Now, Next, Later
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    In this session, we will share the exclusive details and statistics based on analysis of tens of thousands connected medical devices deployed in real-world environments. We would like feedback on how your organizations compare with these report results that outline the types of devices in-service, devices with most security issues and the most common cause of security issues in connected medical devices. Most importantly, we would like to learn more about your security implementations plans.

    Learning Objectives:

    • How does the data compare to your organization?
    • Any unexpected surprises in the results?
    • What are your IoT medical device security plans?
     

     

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    The Healthcare CIO Boot Camp is an intensive 3 ½ day education program offered by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) taught by a faculty of healthcare CIO thought leaders. Combining presentations, small group discussions, case studies, and interactive problem solving, participants learn the real-world skills necessary to become a successful healthcare CIO.

    Only CHIME members and direct reports who are invited by their CHIME member CIO are eligible to attend.

    *Please note this event takes place in the US Central Time Zone.