Annual CxO Summit 2018
Citrix – Templeton Conference Center
Building 2, Auditorium
4980 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
As the healthcare landscape continues to evolve our leaders are facing new and growing disruptions that will impact the future of the Industry. Our CxO Summit this year is designed to facilitate productive dialogue and address some of the tough challenges facing Providers, Payers, and Patients. We will cover the inherent restrictions that hinder organizations to change, while exploring the urgent need to meet the market demands.
Join us to explore key developments and the continuous evolution in technology that is reshaping health care today!
Here’s a look at our agenda:
Opening Keynote: State of the Healthcare Union with Dr. Vanila Singh, Chief Medical Officer for HHS and Acting Regional Health Administrator Region 9 (California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, 6 Pacific Islands)
We're pleased to announce our opening keynote "State of the Healthcare Union" will be Dr. Vanila Singh, the Chief Medical Officer for HHS. The U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services is a cabinet-level department of the U.S. federal government with the goal of protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services. Dr. Singh will provide an overview of both federal and regional health priorities given her dual federal and local roles. Today's healthcare leaders need to become leaders of leaders who can build and lead teams that deeply understand, synthesize, and can leverage health policy, economics, technology, medical practice, and translate how all of these elements tie to operations and finance which benefit all stakeholders. We're pleased to offer a number of examples for what leaders of leaders look like at this year's CxO Summit for the benefit of our members' professional development including senior IT and hospital executives in this "State of the Healthcare Union" talk with Dr. Singh.
Session 2 Fireside Chat: Leading on the Cusp of Disruption and “Connecting the Dots” with John Chambers
You don’t want to miss our fireside chat keynote. This year’s CxO theme is focused on the market and technology disruptions that are challenging the Healthcare Industry now. Common to all industries including healthcare is the importance of forward thinking leadership. John Chambers, CEO at JC2 Ventures and Chairman Emeritus at Cisco will discuss with Sherri Douville, CEO at Medigram, how he has led through numerous market transitions by combining data insights with leveraging his human leadership and judgment. John will also share what drove success in leading transformations on the cusp of huge market shifts like we face today in healthcare. Topics will include motivating teams, the importance of dreaming big, withstanding criticisms of change as a leader, his new book Connecting the Dots and much more.
Session 3 Panel Discussion: More Than an Afterthought: Why Security Must Keep Pace with Transformation
Hear from CISOs and other Executives from local providers on the forefront of innovation discuss how their security programs are keeping pace with the rapid transformation at their organizations.
Moderator: Jason Johnson, ISO, Marin General Hospital
Panelists: Patrick Phelan, CISO, UCSF Health; Adam Bayaa, Vice President, IT & Security, Heal.com; Brian Kreitzer, CISO, El Camino Hospital
Closing Keynote: Keys to Managing Disruption by Jonathan Manis
Digital technology, artificial intelligence and ubiquitous, mobile connectivity are transforming our world and everything in it. Connected devices will track and trend our habits. Connected medical instruments will monitor compliance to therapies and medication efficacy, and powerful artificial intelligence engines will scour our personal data to predict disease and most-effective treatment options. Drones will deliver pizzas, packages and pill-refills. Today’s consumer expects, and increasingly demands, immediate access to services – when, where and how it is most convenient for them and their mobile, connected lifestyle. Despite these changes, the healthcare industry has yet to embrace the digital transformation.
Jonathan Manis, former Sr. VP and CIO of Sutter Health, will share an environmental overview, the emerging role of the CIO in a digital world, and the personal characteristics and professional competencies required to successfully lead the digital transformation of healthcare.
More details on the program and the speakers/panelists will be made available soon!
Join us for our happy hour reception immediately following the program at Citrix’s Executive Briefing Center