Agenda - Innovation Conference and Showcase - January 21, 2016
Subject to change.
9:00 Registration & Vendor Booths Open
9:50 Opening Welcome
Nancy Hall, President, NorCal HIMSS
Jennifer Esposito, Director, Health and Life Sciences, Sales and Marketing Group, ISG, Intel Corporation
Jim Bloedau, Day’s Overview, Credits, Remarks
10:10 Intel Keynote: How are we going to care for one another?
John Sotos, MD, Worldwide Medical Director at Intel
Collaborative, value-based medicine that is personalized for the individual patient is the global trend in healthcare. These trends are also driving the intent of information technology in healthcare innovation – care and diagnostics anywhere, anytime. From what is becoming everyday, mHealth is just a hint of the disruptive changes that lie ahead. From the Internet of Every Healthcare Thing and secure cloud computing to lab-on-a-chip and beyond, how will clinical grade technology foster this vision of healthcare.
John Sotos MD, Worldwide Medical Director at Intel — cardiologist, computer scientist, Hollywood collaborator, author—shares his perspectives on innovation in an era of genomics-enabled precision medicine, next-generation medical devices, and truly personalized health care. He will explore:
• Digital health’s growing role in enabling holistic, connected and proactive care wherever you are, tailored to you, your data, and your care community.
• The ultimate digital health innovations that are moving us from wearable to implantable health technologies.
• The calls to action and work needed for clinical leaders, life science researchers, healthcare IT, and application/device developers to make this vision a reality.
11:00 “Lean” Innovation in Healthcare v. The 7 Deadly Sins of Healthcare Startups
Todd Dunn, Director of Innovation, Intermountain Healthcare Transformation Lab
“Healthcare needs innovative startups and innovative startups need the knowledge and access that healthcare can provide.” In today’s environment, attaining excellence means partnering with entrepreneurs in and outside the clinical arena. With an emphasis on the “Lean” methodologies for innovative thought, startup and deployment being applied to clinical healthcare, Todd explores the importance and common pitfalls of developing business models, value propositions and strategies to assess the capacity for innovation and change. Featured by Steve Blank, the father of “Lean Startup”, Todd has worked with numerous startups and has presented a number of Lean LaunchPad classes. Todd earned his Bachelors from University of Utah and a MBA from Michigan State University.
12:00 Sponsor Introductions
12:10 Lunch (Box lunch served in cafeteria)
1:00 Fireside Chat: Innovating for Clinical Healthcare
For care teams to deliver better clinical outcomes and successfully manage patient populations, compressing workflows and finding the technology to personalize care is key in the shift from volume to value healthcare. This session will share thoughts and successes in managing and monitoring patient populations and the IT tools to get us to the next level.
Moderator: Mitesh B. Rao, MD, MHS, System Patient Safety Officer and Director, Center for Advancing Patient Safety, Stanford Health Care, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. Mitesh B. Rao, MD, MHS is a Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician and internationally-recognized expert in Patient Safety, Quality, and Innovation. A former Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at Yale, he recently served as the Head of Research and Integration for the Health Innovation Program at Northwestern Medicine. In this role, he spearheaded efforts to integrate innovative technologies to improve patient care across the health system, including telemedicine and mHealth initiatives. Working both with innovators and researchers across the various schools of the University as well as promising startups from around the country, Dr. Rao helped guide and refine the process for vetting and integrating pilot programs to test new technologies within the clinical venue. He also serves as an advisor and mentor to multiple healthcare-focused startups and accelerator groups across the country in order to help guide the development of implementation of innovative solutions that can sustainably impact patient care provision. Dr. Rao recently joined Stanford Health Care as their first Patient Safety Officer and Director of their Center for Advancing Patient Safety. In this new role, he will function as the clinical lead and physician champion for the development and adoption of innovative technology to improve safety and quality in patient care within the Stanford Health System.
Martin Entwistle, MD, Executive Director, Center for Health Systems Innovation and Senior Director Personal Healthcare Programs at Palo Alto Medical Foundation/Sutter Health
Martin is responsible for the continuing development and deployment of Sutter Health’s “Mpower Your Health” system for population health management. He is past Executive Director of the Druker Center for Health System Innovation in PAMF and continues to serve as senior director of Personalized Healthcare Programs, developing programs that help to improve patients’ health through personalized plans based on the patient’s individual situation and wellness. Prior to PAMF, he created a patented clinical decision support system, which was acquired by PAMF in 2008. Martin received his medical degree from Birmingham University, UK and earned specialization in orthopedic surgery (FRCSEd), and a MBA from Cranfield University, UK.
Mike Aratow, MD, CMIO, San Mateo Medical Center
Michael Aratow, M,D is the Chief Medical Information Officer at San Mateo Medical Center and also practices Emergency Medicine there. He has helped to implement different EMR's for the inpatient, outpatient and Emergency Department service lines besides leading a program to bring innovation to the Medical Center through partnerships with early stage digital health companies. Michael is active in 3D computer graphics standards activities, especially as it relates to 3D medical images. Dr. Aratow received his bachelor’s in Biology, Cum Laude, from University of California, Irvine, his medical degree from the University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine, a surgical internship at University of California, San Francisco and his Emergency Medicine training at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital in Chicago. He also has performed an orthopedic research fellowship at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and was a research consultant at NASA-Ames Research Center in basic physiology and virtual environment projects
1:50 Internet of “Every Healthcare Thing”
Are consumers more loyal to integrated platforms than clinically significant wearables, more than gadgets? Is it IOHT (Internet of Healthcare Things), IORT (Internet of the Right Things) or IOE (Internet of Everything)? This panel will touch on the:
• Transition from wearables hype to market opportunity,
• The strongest market forces and environmental factors that will ultimately drive this transition,
• Changes in the regulatory framework that is occurring in anticipation of this growth, and
• Potential of partnering among stakeholders to optimize collective strengths.
Moderator: Seth Bokser, MD, Associate CMIO at UCSF, leading the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital and Betty Irene More Women's Hospital
Dr. Bokser practices clinically as a Hospitalist and is a board certified Clinical Informaticist. He has been at the forefront of healthcare IT innovation and implementation for over a decade. Dr. Bokser successfully led the build and deployment of Epic at UCSF with over 4,000 providers spread across over 20 physical locations. Most recently, Dr. Bokser has helped start the UCSF Center for Digital Health to partner with innovators with leading edge health IT ideas. Bokser Chairs the UCSF Telehealth Steering Committee, the UCSF Medical Records Committee, and UCSF Mission Bay IT Steering Committee. Seth received his Bachelors from University of Michigan, Masters in Healthcare Administration from Harvard, Medical Degree from Rutgers – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and clinical informatics from Stanford.
Jafar Shenasa is the Head of Global Regulatory Affairs at Proteus Digital Health, an innovator company that is developing digital medicine products building information into drugs to improve medication taking behavior and health outcomes. Jafar was responsible for navigating and receiving FDA approval for the first Ingestible Sensor, a micro-chip made entirely of dietary material. He has worked with several innovative medical device companies over the past 20 years. Prior to Proteus, Jafar held clinical and regulatory positions at Aspire Medical, diaDexus, Novacept (now Hologic), and Medtronic.
Rajiv Kumar, MD, Medical Director of Clinical Informatics, Stanford Children's Health, Brown & Toland affiliate
Dr. Kumar is the Physician Lead for Endocrine/Diabetes Informatics at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and is utilizing Apple’s Healthkit for pediatric diabetic care. According to a recent article about their work, his team is integrating data from Health through the Epic MyChart app to allow custom informatics/triaging of home blood glucose monitoring. Rajiv earned his Bachelors from University of Illinois and a Medical Degree from Loyola.
Danielle A. Schlosser, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry; Director of the Digital Health Core in the Department of Psychiatry, and Director of the NIH-funded Digital Research and Interventions for Volitional Enhancement (DRIVE) lab at UCSF
Dr. Schlosser's research program’s goal is to design, develop, and investigate neuroscience-informed digital health solutions to improve the lives of people with schizophrenia and depression. She oversees several NIMH funded clinical trials targeting the motivational system to enhance the drive to improve one's quality of life and health outcomes. Clinical Psychology PhD from Alliant University, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and numerous awards from the prestigious National Institute of Mental Health.
2:35 CPHIMS Recognition / HIMSS Continuing Education / CPHIMS, FHIMS Certifications
2:45 Fireside Chat: Transformational Nursing, A Chat Among the Pioneers?
The premise of transformation in healthcare isn’t about undoing current workflows or the technology itself, rather it’s about applying technology in a simpler, more innovative way to transform to a new delivery model. Nowhere are we seeing a greater explosion of leadership in this transformation than in nursing. The diffuse composition of this panel demonstrates the expansion of nursing informatics into all areas of healthcare and will touch on:
• Specific personal case studies on how nursing informaticists are transforming the delivery of care.
• Good and bad ideas - things to keep in mind as you play a critical role in innovation and transformation.
• What developers and designers should keep in mind for the next generation of clinical innovation.
Moderator: Lisa Grisim, RN, MSN, VP & Associate CIO, Clinical Systems Stanford Children’s Health, Stanford Health
Most recently, Lisa's leadership style, passion for innovation and expertise in EMR implementations has resulted in Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford & Stanford Children's Health attaining the prestigious HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 of the EMR Adoption Model (EMRAM) - currently only 4% of hospitals and less than 8% of ambulatory practices have reached this level. Prior to this, she has held positions as Project Manager for the implementation of the adult hospital's first EMR which went live in 2001 followed by Project Director for Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford first EMR implementation. She continued as Director of Applications and the Director of the PMO followed by Clinical Project Director for the Epic implementation which replaced Stanford’s legacy EMRs in both in-patient and ambulatory in the summer of 2014. Lisa began her IT career in 1996 after moving up the nursing ranks as a nurse educator and manager. She earned her BSN at University of San Francisco and her MSN at UCSF.
Daniel Weberg, PhD, RN, Director Nursing Innovation and Advanced Technology, Kaiser Permanente
Dan is responsible for leading nursing innovation and developing advanced technology insights and projects within the across patient care function and the enterprise at all levels for the eight regions of Kaiser. His leadership includes the researching, planning, implementation, monitoring, validation, and reporting on a broad portfolio of transformative technology. Dan is passionate about taking healthcare from a hierarchy model to an adaptive model through the use of transformational leadership principals and innovation tools. Dan earned his BSN MHI and PhD in nursing from Arizona State University.
Sandy Ng, MSN, RN-BC, Associate Director of Enterprise Analytics, UCSF Medical Center
Sandy leads data and self-service analytics across clinical, administrative and educational domains to drive improvements in workflow efficiencies, standards of care, cost containment, clinical performance and quality outcomes at UCSF. Prior to this she led numerous implementation teams for technologies ranging from communication platforms to EHRs. Sandy earned her BSN and MSN from the University of Texas at Austin and is Board Certified in Nursing Informatics.
Jon May, RN, BSN, Chief Innovation Officer at St. Helena Hospital's Smart Hospital Project, Adventist Health
For the past 8 years Mr. May has served as the Chief Innovation Officer at St. Helena Hospital. In this role Jon has lead a variety of technology based initiatives to include their “SmartHospital” project, a joint venture initiative between Cerner Corp. and Adventist Health, that leverages smartphone technology and RFID awareness to create a single hospital wide connected care model. His past experience includes developing collaborative distance learning environments; fifteen-years of clinical engineering experience; and 20-years progressive nursing experience within a variety of acute care settings. Jon has completed numerous tech certifications, earned his BSN from the University of Phoenix and is active in many professional nursing associations.
3:30 Networking Break
3:50 NorCal Chapter Announcements
3:55 The Market v Clinical Transformation - The Venture Capitalist's View
Consumerism in healthcare is having it’s day with “creating a great patient experience” one of the leading mantras. Blending this with federal incentive programs, greater access to information and services and more choices has challenged health systems and clinicians to adopt, use, and interoperate with new information technologies. This session will touch on some common limitations, dissect the competing interests, review key opportunities and offer some competitive models that are getting traction in the investment community.
Moderator: Jim Bloedau
Bobby Kandaswamy, Director US, Intel Capital
Since joining Intel in 1999, Bobby now leads Intel’s Healthcare Strategy and Solutions Group’s global equity investments, is a voting member of their Healthcare Management Review Committee and is active with the advanced research and technology development arm, Intel Labs. His investments in healthcare include technology that serves analytics, cloud management, EHR, medical practice management, revenue cycle management, secure communications, diagnostic imaging, vital sign monitoring and caregiver support. Prior to Intel Capital, Bobby was a senior manager driving new business initiatives and development at Cardinal Health and Baxter Healthcare. He received an MBA from Kellogg, an MS in Industrial Engineering from Northern Illinois University and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from PSG Tech, India.
Jordan Kramer, Director, Kaiser Venture
Jordan focuses on investments in health care information technology, health care services, as well as diagnostics, ophthalmology and drug-delivery devices. Prior to Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Jordan was a strategy consultant at Bain & Company and Cambridge Strategic Management Group. Jordan currently serves as a Board Director for Validic and Celula, and a Board Observer to Astute Medical, BDNA, DSI, Health Catalyst, Nordic Consulting and Transcend Medical. Prior investments include AcelRx Pharmaceuticals (ACRX), Agile Therapeutics (AGRX), and Oxford Immunotec (OXFD). Jordan earned his Bachelors form Cornell and a MBA from University of Chicago Booth Business School.
Robert Mittendorff, MD, MBA, Partner, Norwest Venture Partners
Robert focuses on investing capital in venture and growth opportunities in the healthcare sector, including digital health and healthcare IT, technology enabled healthcare services, medical devices, diagnostics, and specialty pharma. He currently serves on the boards of iCardiac and TigerText, and is a board observer at Crossover Health, iRhythm, and Telcare, and was involved with the initial investments in Misfit Wearables (acquired by Fossil) and Health Catalyst. He was also been involved in Norwest’s follow-on investment in Basis (acquired by Intel) and was a previous board observer at Intersect ENT (Nasdaq: XENT).
5:00 HIT Innovation Reception & Showcase featuring the “Genius Bar”
The Innovation Showcase emphasizes innovations in the design, technology, implementation, use, and evaluation of information systems and knowledge resources across the full spectrum of health care - in acute, ambulatory, and chronic care settings, public health departments, libraries, educational centers, and homes. Contributions to this track should emphasize applications that work in the real world to solve important problems creating useful value.