March 25, 2021 | 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. ET
All CHIME and AEHIA/S/T Foundation partners and their team members are welcome to join us for this opportunity to hear from our esteemed CHIME member faculty. This program is dynamic; a blend of educational and interactive components.
In two back to back sessions, Foundation partners will learn from our CIO/CMIO faculty and gain valuable insights and understanding. Participants will enjoy the two panel-style sessions, which will also include post-panel breakout rooms for the chance to hear directly from a panelist and Q&A time.
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET – COVID-19 Vaccine: Hits and Misses
The hyper-rapid development of multiple COVID-19 vaccines and the logistics to distribute and administer these vaccines on an unprecedented scale has spawned new challenges for healthcare organizations. Join this panel of health IT leaders as they share their experiences executing a vaccination rollout strategy to the masses. We’ll lead an open discussion on topics including:
- Vaccine rollout IT successes and pitfalls
- Emerging cybersecurity concerns targeting the vaccine distribution process
- Technology improvements needed to better distribute the vaccine
2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET – New regulations, New rules- What is the impact?
CMS will begin to enforce new requirements under the Interoperability and Patient Access final rule on July 1, 2021. The changing regulatory environment has many healthcare executives rethinking strategy and operations planning and the way they manage, share and secure patient data. Aligning for interoperability also adds another layer of complexity to an already long list of responsibilities that IT bears as their organizations deal with COVID-19 illness and vaccinations at a time of heightened cybersecurity threats. In this panel discussion CHIME members will share their healthcare executive points of view on:
- Critical “need to know” highlights of the Interoperability and Patient Access final rule
- The impact that the final rule is expected to have on healthcare provider orgs, particularly IT
- Ways that CHIME Foundation Partners can be helpful to their customers as the deadline approaches
Foundation partners that renewed as of January 2021 have an allotted # of registration for these quarterly Foundation Education events included in their membership benefits, as follows:
Premier members: 4 registrations
Standard members: 3 registrations
Associate members: 2 registrations
If you’ve not yet renewed for 2021, or you’d like to send additional members from your team, registration prices are as follows:
- Individual pricing- $79 per person
- 10-19 team members- $69 per person
- 20+ team members- $59 per person
Reach out to [email protected] to get your organization’s custom registration code, or to have a group discount code generated.
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET COVID19 Vaccine: Hits and Misses 2:30 – 2:45 p.m ET Break 2:45 – 4:00 p.m. ET Interoperability: New regs, New rules – What is the impact?
FacultyOgechika Alozie, (MD MPH FACP AAHIVS)
Chief Medical Officer, Del Sol Medical Center
Vice President of Technology and CTO, Franciscan Alliance
Angela Duncan Diop
Vice President of Information Systems at Unity Health Care
Sunila Thelma Levi
Chief Information Officer/Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Integral Care
Christopher Longhurst, MD
Chief Information Officer and Associate Chief Medical Officer, UC San Diego Health
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, MedStar Health
CIO, University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
Linda A. Reed, RN, MBA, CHCIO, FCHIME, LCHIME
Vice President, Information Technology & CIO, SJH
Craig Richardville, MBA
Senior Vice President, Chief Information & Digital Officer, SCL Health
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