DoD/VA and Gov Health IT Summit
- 21 October, 2015 - 22 October, 2015, Alexandria, VA, United States
Held since 2011, Our Health IT Summits are a unique forum that allows for personnel from DoD, VA, Federal and State agencies to convene in one location along with leaders from Industry and Academia that support them. (*The Summit is neither officially endorsed or sanctioned by the Depts of VA and DoD.) Our “Town Hall” format is designed to encourage challenging discussion and dialogue amongst all in attendance.
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Our central theme will revolve around developing a connected health ecosystem for the DoD, VA, Federal and private sector. With a focus on interoperability amongst health IT systems, several sub topics will include, but not limited to:
- Innovation in data analytics and clinical informatics
- Cyber security for health information
- VistA Evolution (eHMP) and evolving EHR systems
- Creating a connected health ecosystem for national emergency medical preparedness
- Virtual care modalities, including mobile applications to improve patient care and engagement
- Operationalizing 'Big Data' for clinical use
- Health IT connectivity for an expeditionary military force
- Held since 2011, our Health IT Summits are a unique forum that allows for personnel from DoD, VA, Federal and State agencies to convene in one location along with leaders from Industry and Academia that support them. Our "Town Hall" format is designed to encourage challenging discussion and dialogue amongst all in attendance.
- By keeping our forum off-the record and non-attribution, we allow for a level of stream of consciousness and shared ideas and thoughts to flow freely. Our agendas cover the most current priorities for our Military and Government health IT communities, and strive to achieve actionable takeaways for all in attendance.
- We limit our attendance size to around 250 persons in order to allow everyone a chance to actively participate and to mix and mingle with each other easily over the two days we are together. However, due to our choice to limit seating, every iteration does sell out in advance, so we encourage you to explore our site more, give us a call if you have any questions, and we hope to welcome you in October!
- Gain Education & Insight: Walk away with knowledge gained from our senior level speakers on some of the most complex issues facing the health IT community.
- Build Partnerships: The agenda is designed to allow for ample networking opportunities and the ability to discover some of the latest technologies to effectively and efficiently transform healthcare.
- Influence: Help foster ideas! Our "Town Hall" forum allows for all in attendance to actively participate in the discussions. Share your own insight and knowledge during our interactive, off the record, non-attribution sessions
2015 Confirmed Speakers for October including:
- Dr. David Shulkin, Under Secretary for Health, VHA
- Dr. Linda Schwartz, Assistant Secretary, Office of Policy and Planning, VA addresses transforming the VA and veteran care through strategic planning and policy formation
- RADM Nicole Lurie, Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response USPHS, HHS who will be speaking on the role of IT in creating a connected health ecosystem for national emergency medical preparedness
- Dr. Paul Tibbits, SES, DCIO, Architecture, Strategy, and Design, OI&T, VA providing an update on the VA’s cyber security plan, and discussing the architecture, strategy and design for building out a connected health management ecosystem for the VA, including considerations towards enhancing virtual care modalities
- Ms. Claire Evans, SES, JOMIS Program Manager and COL John R. Bailey, USA, Deputy Program Manager JOMIS, PEO DHMS (confirmed, pending final approval) briefing on a collaborative delivery of joint operational medical information systems capabilities
- Dr. Jonathan Nebeker, Deputy CMIO, VHA providing a clinical perspective towards building a patient- centric, accessible, and adaptable healthcare platform
- Col Paul Friedrichs, USAF, Vice Commander, Air Force Medical Operations Agency, presenting on health IT for expeditionary medical operations
- Ms. Mina Hsiang, Health Data Advisor, US Digital Service & Office of Science and Technology Policy-The White House, discussing data analytics and simplifying access, sharing and use of data
- Dr. Chesley Richards, Deputy Director, Public Health Scientific Services; Director, Office of Public Health Scientific Services Centers, CDC speaking on how CDC is integrating informatics with public health programs, ‘disruptive innovation’ in informatics , and how to analyze what data is relevant while making it accessible at the local level
- Mr. Damon Davis, Director, Health Data Initiative, HHS on innovation with health data; How best to manage ‘big data’ ; Current efforts at HHS to improve public access to data and tools for innovation, and an update on the current work at the IDEA Lab
Source : ASDEvents