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7:00 PM

Suggested Arrival Time
Arrive Saturday to participate in Sunday’s Networking Activity.

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Bring plenty of business cards, relax, meet-and-greet during this fun-filled day devoted to making new contacts and new friends.

9:00 AM

Brunch on the Bay

Join us as we sail around San Diego’s largest natural harbor on the 58 foot SUNCHASER American Catamaran. Network with fellow participants, while we sip on mimosas and gallivant around the bay taking in the stunning San Diego skyline.

3:00 PM

Sponsor Workshop

4:30 PM

Sponsor Registration & Orientation Reception

5:00 PM

Speaker & Thought Leader Orientation

An essential meeting for speakers, facilitators and confirmed thought leaders to preview the event, highlight your roles and network with fellow peers.

5:45 PM

Participant Meet ‘n’ Greet

This end-user/ participant activity is your opportunity to identify right out of the gate – those peers who share challenges similar to your own. It’s a great way to find participants who have thought leadership you can benefit from and to facilitate later dialogues throughout the event.

6:30 PM

“Seas the Day” Welcome Reception & Event Kickoff

Meet your fellow peers and colleagues as we engage in an ice breaker over cocktails to get the conversations started and set you up for an event whose foundation is built on collaboration.

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8:00 AM

Registration, Continental Breakfast and Exhibition

8:45 AM

Can New Models of Health Insurance Solve the US Healthcare Dilemma?

Busy Burr, Former Chief Innovation Officer, Humana

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Is there a magic bullet for our healthcare system challenges? There are many exciting solutions emerging that can evolve the industry- from new business models, amazing technologies, new partnerships and breakthrough startups. Yet, to be successful, these solutions need to be able to integrate into the complex and ever-changing web that is the healthcare industry – insurance companies, self-insured employers, large health systems, hospitals, independent physicians, the pharmaceutical industry, PBMs, ACOs, MSOs, you name it – and, most importantly, people, the consumers of healthcare services. In addition, change is driving a shift in roles – consumers are gaining power and companies like Amazon, Walmart, CVS and Apple are making moves to stake larger claims in the space. The solutions that will win will not only deliver health breakthroughs, but must also deliver on financial impact. How can the payer side of the equation adapt to drive change?

Key Take-Aways:

  • Fresh Perspective on the emerging role of Design Thinking and customer experience in driving change in healthcare
  • Framework to embrace the urgent role we all have as change agents to identify and challenge the way things have always been done
  • Insight on how to carefully examine your company’s mission and how it may complement or conflict with your company’s business model

9:35 AM

Navigating Collaborative Innovation in Healthcare: A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange

9:45 AM

Health System Perspective – What’s Top of Mind to Thrive Amidst Accelerating Change?

Greg Caressi, Senior Vice President, Global Business Unit Leader, Transformational Health, Frost & Sullivan

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Given the shifting environment of payment models, technology and business relationships across the healthcare ecosystem, what are key factors to focus on to thrive in the current and future healthcare reality. Frost & Sullivan will present our analysis of 2019-2020 predictions / expectations and strategies to succeed, drawn from our analysis and discussions across the healthcare ecosystem.

  • Insight on how to separate hype from reality in technology and business model adoption and impact on healthcare delivery
  • Examples of areas of investment and organizational change to succeed in an increasingly competitive healthcare environment
  • Framework of where some organizations are lagging and what the impact might be for slow followers

10:15 AM

Spotlight on Start-Ups

Dana Hosseini, Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer, Seqster
Meet the healthcare startup company iconoclasts that are shaping the new Payor Provider frontier. These are the ones who have double digit CAGR and have demonstrated sustained YoY growth. Learn how their go-to-market strategic intent and innovation can assist you in your business model execution.

10:20 AM

Networking, Refreshment, and Exhibition Break

Zone 1: Data Integration and Analytics: What Moves the Needle
Zone 2: Innovation for Process Improvement Across the Ecosystem
Zone 3: Reimagining Care in the Home

10:50 AM

Concurrent Collaboration Zones - CASE HISTORIES
Case Histories explore a specific use case and include informal conversations that draw upon the experience and expertise of the featured executive and participants.Choose one of the following concurrent sessions:

Zone 1. Data Enabled Care Coordination
Case History With:
Janice Baker, Vice President of Strategy and Operations, Benevera Health
Jay Hazelrigs, Vice President, OptumInsight
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High value health care can’t be realized without collaboration, and one health care organization in New Hampshire is breaking new collaborative ground. Hear how one organization is relying on care coordination and care management to keep costs down, quality high and patients happy. The partners are responsible for 115,000 lives and the incentives are aligned between the payer and each of the provider entities. They share data with one another and engage in friendly competition to make care better. Having payers and providers included in the collaboration helps balance the focus between better quality of care, improved outcomes and lower costs.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Perceptions and realities for building a payor-provider “population health organization”
  • Lessons learned on developing and operating effective care management programs in a payor-provider collaborative
  • Insight on how sharing data and analytics can meaningfully address high-need populations
  • Critical successful factors to breaking down the data sharing barriers within and across health systems
Zone 2. Driving Claims Acceleration

Case History With:
Angelina Colbert, Vice President, Billing and Reimbursement, Apria Healthcare

Scott King, Vice President Business Development, HGS

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Payors and Providers strive for the same goals – to encourage their customers to lead healthier lives while providing the best possible experience for their customers (members or patients). The intentions to provide a good Patient Experience can be negated by an interruption in the life-cycle such as a denied or delayed claim. More than half of denied claims are never reworked, because the process is still manual (Becker’s). This interactive session will examine the claims process from both payor and provider viewpoints.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Insight – Despite the perception of a love/hate relationship between Payers and Providers, both organizations share similar goals.
  • Success factors – tips on how payers can think like providers, and providers can think like payers
  • Insight on technology and processes to make claims more accurate and expedient
Zone 3. Expanding Care in the Home
Case History With:
Simeon Sessley, Director of Innovation Navicent Health
Rob Grenfell, Director Health and Biosecurity, CSIRO
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We are on the edge of a digital revolution allowing us to deliver care to patients in their own homes. However, while this presents a massive opportunity there are significant challenges that must be overcome to provide an integrated technology-supported model of in-home care. This session will explore the translation of evidenced based, innovative, homecare delivery models for chronic health conditions into a US health system framework.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Framework of an innovative and integrated home care delivery model
  • Insight into the challenges in delivering home-based chronic disease care
  • Guide to delivering outcomes in a value based health system
  • Putting the patient first – new approaches to patient engagement and empowerment

11:50 AM

Session to Session Travel Time

11:55 AM

Concurrent SessionsChoose one of the following sessions:
INTERACTIVE – Solutions Wheel
Play the “wheel” to find out which of the industry’s products and services will help you solve your challenges. It is a series of rapid-fire, one-on-one meetings with leading sponsors – both intense and fulfilling.

Goliath’s Impact on the Landscape of Value Based Care

Greg Caressi, Senior Vice President, Global Business Unit Leader, Transformational Health, Frost & Sullivan

Panelists Include:
Douglas Cates, Chief Strategy Officer, UC San Diego Health
Daniel Durand, Vice President and Chairman, LifeBridge Health
Janet Tomcavage, Chief Population Health Officer, Geisinger Health System
David Wyman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Gracie Square Hospital

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As hospitals, payors, and subspecialty groups continue to merge and expand across the healthcare industry, what is the likely end state we are headed towards? Is scale inevitable in a value based care environment? Is scale needed to compete as consolidation occurs in ll healthcare sectors? What are the impacts of these super organizations across healthcare? What is the likely end result for the stand lone rural hospital? This session will address the benefits, challenges and drivers of what this new business model means from all perspectives of Healthcare.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Drivers of consolidation across both payor and provider organizations
  • Examples of the benefits of scale for health systems, payors, members and patients
  • Insight on the challenges these organizations face in achieving the benefits of scale

12:40 PM

Food for Thought Networking Luncheon
Networking Roundtables Hosted by Industry Leaders
Practitioners and solution providers hose a menu of luncheon discussions on pertinent industry issues. Dine and dish with industry experts. The list of discussion topics will be available on-site.

Hosted by:

1:40 PM

Session to Session Travel Time

1:45 PM

ThinkTank sessions employ interactive team exercises in a “roll up your sleeves” learning environment.Choose one of the following concurrent sessions:

Zone 1. Actionable Population Health Analytics
Joseph Siemienczuk, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Enli
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Tired of admiring the problem? Ready to act? Regardless of your definition of population health, one thing is clear: there is an abundance of clinical and claims data, but no consensus what data is important, and how to turn that data into action and improved outcomes. Join us to discuss best practices for identifying the relevant data elements, and team-based strategies for making it actionable.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Blueprint specific data elements necessary for population health analytics
  • Identify 3 techniques for making data actionable
  • Metrics to determine successful analytics
Zone 2. Reimagining EHR:
Simplifying the Clinician Workflow
Justin Guadagno, Vice President, Payor Strategies, Sound Physicians
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Automating and streamlining provider workflow is essential to improving care for patients as well as lowering costs. EHRs are a great starting point to accomplish this, but understanding how to accurately interpret the data and communicate with multiple stakeholders is vital in the clinician workflow process.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Key findings to utilizing EHR to simplify outcomes
  • Critical factors that go beyond EHR to determine ideal next site of care
  • Best practices for interpreting data to reduce readmissions
Zone 3. Connected Monitoring & Diagnostics:
Mobile and Wearable Solutions in the Home
David Ryan, General Manager, Health & Life Sciences Sector, Internet of Things Group, Intel Corporation
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As more of the U.S. population is diagnosed with chronic conditions requiring daily care, the us health systems struggle to meet these needs but home monitoring and diagnostic care could provide a safe and effective alternative? Use to date has proven remote care effective at successfully driving better care quality, access and cost across a diverse range of diagnostic and treatment modalities and conditions. Now with critical elements aligned and proof of efficacy in hand, remote care is ready to scale for use as a peer complement to clinical care in new standard of care requirements.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Insight on the major challenges to acceptance and adoption of mobile and wearable solutions
  • Examples of how remote care is ready and able to scale for chronic conditions
  • Framework for the greatest impact and highest leverage solutions to these challenges

3:00 PM

Networking, Refreshment, and Exhibition Break

3:30 PM

Spotlight on Startups
Jordan Mills, Chief Executive Officer, MirrorMe3D

Meet the healthcare startup company iconoclasts that are shaping the new Payor Provider frontier. These are the ones who have double digit CAGR and have demonstrated sustained YoY growth. Learn how their go-to-market strategic intent and innovation can assist you in your business model execution.

3:35 PM

A New Lens Winning Based on Experience, Convenience = New Cloud Currency
John Barto, Healthcare Evangelist, Microsoft

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Consumer organizations are creating new levels of intimacy with your patients, members and care providers through cloud analytics and cognitive services which threaten your established relationships. Convenience is becoming the new battleground requiring new tools and techniques.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Insight on integrated analytic and cognitive services available in the cloud
  • Fresh perspective on solution approaches emerging based on automated communication techniques
  • Examples of ideation resulting in real solutions at the speed of cloud

3:55 PM

Could Capitation be the End Point?
Janet Tomcavage, Chief Population Health Officer, Geisinger Health System

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Prepayment models and greater financial accountability over a patient population (whether capitation or other variations) could create the right incentives to support building out additional care programs and capabilities to allow patients to be cared for in more efficient ways. But transitioning to these models requires careful planning and consideration of many factors, including physician compensation, remaining fee-for-service revenue streams, and state of readiness of organizational program/capability development.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Case examples of new types of programs necessary for success in managing populations within “risk” environments (both clinical and financial risk)
  • Illustrative framework of assessing value created by programs that may not be reflected in traditional fee-for-service revenue models
  • Insight on physician compensation model as one critical factor that interplays with overall payment models in the case of system

4:25 PM

Spotlight on Startups
NL Shasha Jumbe, PhD, Co-Founder, Electronics & Data Science Stack, Context AI
Meet the healthcare startup company iconoclasts that are shaping the new Payor Provider frontier. These are the ones who have double digit CAGR and have demonstrated sustained YoY growth. Learn how their go-to-market strategic intent and innovation can assist you in your business model execution.

4:30 PM

Partnering to Counter Next Gen Cyber Threats
Sanjay Deo, Founder & President, 24By7Security, Inc.

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In this ever changing cyber risk landscape driven by geo-political and financial trends across the globe, the data that is managed (generated, collected, processed and transmitted) by healthcare entities, both payers and providers, is a very valuable commodity. Each patient record, depending on the age and health conditions, can fetch $155 – $350 in the black market. More than the financial value, this information provides valuable information to nation-states that are preparing the cyber-warfare of the future. This presentation will focus on the global and national cybersecurity landscape, and the payor- provider landscape.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Blueprint of the current state of Healthcare Information Technology and Cybersecurity Landscape
  • Best practices of various approaches taken by Healthcare entities to mitigate the Cybersecurity Risks
  • Examples of new technologies to the rescue – Blockchain and Encryption

4:55 PM

Understanding and Improving the Patient Experience
Dennis A. Robbins, PhD, MPH

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Each of us has the choice to be a victim or a vanguard. It is an uphill battle to remain a vanguard in healthcare contexts particularly when one is faced with unexpected and serious situations. For a person to be thrown into a situation of passivity, helplessness and an almost total lack of control is not how we generally approach our lives. This experience can be daunting when illness or an unexpected procedure dominates one’s life, be it for the long or short term. Creating architectures into which we can more comfortably fit is an important challenge to address, in addition to prioritizing getting a “patient” back to their original.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Framework to better move patients from health to illness and illness back to health
  • Insight on how to improve the patient experience and strategies to get the “patient” back to being “me”
  • Best practices to transform challenges into successes for payors and providers to create safe and responsive environments committed to continuous quality improvements

5:30 PM

Truth or Dare Networking Reception
Will you choose Truth… or Dare? Network, mix and mingle while playing the classic game of truth or dare. All who play will be entered to win a fabulous prize!

6:45 PM

Dine Around San Diego Check In
Take networking a step further and join us as we venture into the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Enjoy a diverse range of food options and learn why San Diego is considered “America’s Finest City”. A great opportunity to build relationships with your fellow peers in a fun, intimate setting!

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7:00 AM

Early Risers Run/Walk
Calling all walkers, joggers and runners! Lace up your sneakers and get your endorphins flowing with a little exercise. It’s the perfect start to a great day of content and networking!

8:15 AM

Continental Breakfast and Exhibition

8:45 AM

Customer Experience: Industry Barometers and Best Practices
Dr. Josh Luke, FACHE, Healthcare Futurist & Founder of Health-Wealth, Hospital CEO & Healthcare Faculty at University of Southern California

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Customer experience is the final frontier in the pursuit of value based care. As new ACO models and programs such as BPCI Advanced roll, health systems are learning that real ROI can be generated through a focus on collaboration with longtime vendors and partners that leads directly to improved customer experience. Payor-provider alignment calls for innovative approaches to take this to another level. This talk outlines the specifics of how payors and long-time partners can adapt to the hospitals new and ever-changing needs by approaching them with partnerships that align incentives, focus on customer experience and drive value.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Metrics to redefine care from patient centric to person-centric
  • Critical factors of how the process of Selling to hospitals and selling partnerships has changed dramatically
  • Core elements of value based care as a framework for a more holistic approach to care
  • Insight on new business models in hospitals

9:45 AM

Executive Insight
Artificial Intelligence: Where Healthcare Stands Today and Where it Might Head in the Future
John Daley, Vice President Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance, IBM Watson Health

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning are hot topics in all industries right now. However, their adoption in the healthcare market has lagged versus other, un-regulated, markets. This presentation is meant to provide you with some thoughts on a framework to use to develop your products in a manner that will speed adoption in the marketplace and approvals by any regulators.
Key Take-Aways:

  • Framework to help you develop “good” algorithms
  • Examples of current trends and standards in the industry
  • Guide to what has worked to date

10:15 AM

Spotlight on Startups
Philip Marshall, MD, MPH, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Conversa
Meet the healthcare startup company iconoclasts that are shaping the new Payor Provider frontier. These are the ones who have double digit CAGR and have demonstrated sustained YoY growth. Learn how their go-to-market strategic intent and innovation can assist you in your business model execution.

10:20 AM

Briefing Sessions, Networking, Refreshment and Exhibition Break

11:05 AM

Peer Council Sessions are participant-driven discussions focusing on your key challenges and concerns.
Choose one of the following zones:

Zone 1. Leveraging Data to Mitigate Financial Risk
Simon Lin, MD, MBA, Chief Research Information Officer, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
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Value-based care has motivated providers and payers to mitigate financial risks through data science. Some data analytics leaders suggest that “companies falling behind Artificial Intelligence (AI) now may never recover, as AI is racing from labs to front lines”. Do you agree? How about classical statistics and actuarial science? In this peer-to-peer session, we will start with a discussion of new types of data, such as voice, image, GPS location, and text, which will benefit significantly from AI. Then, we will look into how to choose the right data for the desired outcomes. Throughout the session, we will use a few examples of data-driven risk modeling using AI.
Key Take-Aways:

  • Best practices for data governance and data analytics
  • Latest lessons learned on financial risk modeling with AI
  • Impact on efficiency, cost saving or increasing revenue
  • Blueprints to build an AI-first enterprise
Zone 2. Streamline the Contract Process
Thomas Graf, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President Transformation, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield New Jersey
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Developing new value based contracts are often challenging and time consuming, here’s the “Easy Button”
The relationship between payers and providers is often strained by traditional FFS contracting, nevertheless, value based contracting is often challenging and leads to nearly as much acrimony and all too often long cycle times. The value based space is the key to shared success and a streamlined process can alleviate much of the current challenge and allow more focus on performance.
Key Take-Aways:

  • Framework the key elements to accelerate value based contracts
  • Develop key shared-principles to facilitate timely contracting in the value based arena and
  • Key Findings from both the provider and payer perspectives
Zone 3. Collaborating to Raise the Bar on Chronic Condition Management
Felicia Thomas-Spaulding, Divisional Vice President, BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico
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Chronic conditions across physical and behavioral health drive many admissions and readmissions that are potentially avoidable. Patients, providers, and payors can create unique partnerships to build on the basics of care management while developing innovative approaches that improve member and industry outcomes
Key Take-Aways:

  • Framework to Increase the impact of care management in successful transition of care
  • Roadmap for building innovations into your readmission reduction planning
  • Proven ways to implement paramedicine, community health worker and transition of care programs in diverse communities

11:55 AM

Food For Thought Networking Luncheon
Networking Roundtables Hosted by Industry Leaders
Practitioners and solution providers host a menu of luncheon discussions on pertinent industry issues. Dine and dish with industry experts. The list of discussion topics will be available on-site.

12:55 PM

Session to Session Travel Time

1:00 PM

Is Pricing Transparency a Value Add?
Rahul Dubey, Former Senior Vice President, Innovation and Solutions, American Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)
Panelists Include:
Thomas Graf, Chief Medical Officer, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
Peter Emigh,General Manager, CareMore Nevada, CareMore Health Plan

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The value based care initiatives across the healthcare continuum have advanced efforts to improve patient experience greatly. Yet, a priority and top issue for most Americans as exhibited in the 2018 Congressional Midterm elections is the cost of care, specifically for treatment for preexisting conditions without healthcare coverage. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is pushing for price transparency across all of healthcare, but is this strategy sustainable? Is consumerism really the best way to improve the patient experience or should HHS focus on implementing strategy to improve quality outcomes for patients?

Key Take-Aways:

  • Insight on the myriad differences in healthcare economic and business models that are impacting how Americans value their care
  • Framework to evaluate consumerism for healthcare in terms of quality of care, improving the health of populations and lowering the cost-per-capita for care
  • Examples of successful pricing transparency implementation with emphasis placed on quality of care

1:35 PM

Join us for a burst of expert insight on:
• Changing the Dynamic – Seizing Growth and Collaboration Opportunities in Retail Healthcare
Katie Lestan, Divisional Vice President, Health System, Walgreens
Wendy Horn, Vice President of Business Development, Community Health Network

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As the healthcare industry changes more gaps in care become apparent as patients move from providers to their community. Consumers are also choosing high deductible health plans because of the convenience and cost effective choices. Where does this leave providers? This session will discuss how strategic partnerships between retail healthcare and providers can improve overall patient care.
Key Take-Aways:

  • Blueprint a path of extension into the community as consumers evolve to choose how they spend their healthcare dollars
  • Case history of a partnership between Retail Healthcare and provider
  • Insight on how partnerships can improve total cost of care and quality of care
• Pharma Perspective – Partnering with Payors and Providers to Improve Outcomes
Tom Rice, Vice President, Market Access & Payer Strategy, Amgen
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Despite advances in treatments, our healthcare delivery system is inefficient and often contains misaligned incentives. Affordability issues persist and no one stakeholder can revamp the system, so we must effectively collaborate to achieve the best possible outcome for patients. Value Based Agreements allow partners to experiment with innovative approaches designed to improve the patient experience, quality and efficiency of care. Hear how Amgen has actively developed value-based agreements with payers, providers and other healthcare organizations.
Key Take-Aways:

  • Insight on why innovative biopharma firms are engaging in value-based agreements, with a focus on outcomes-based contracts
  • Success factors and lessons learned from working across industry creating partnerships with approximate 30 agreements in the US market
  • Best practices to create mutually beneficial opportunities to reduce costs, improve care and enhance patient experiences
  • Fresh perspective on why innovation in drug development must be married with innovation in payment models
• Next Gen Docs – New Mindsets Transforming the Practice of Medicine
Sanjeev Bhavnani, MD, Assistant Professor Cardiology, PI Healthcare Innovation Laboratory Scripps Clinic
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While the science of medicine continues to improve, it is the practice of medicine that is exponentially evolving. This evolution is fueled by value based transformation and incentives that are aligning for continuous, proactive care, within and outside the four walls of the hospitals. To address this need, the new generation doctors are leveraging disciplines like data science, informatics, digital medicine, genomics, AI to bring a new set of skills to traditional healthcare and new set of job roles (startup founder, angel investor, chief digital health officer, technology licensee, translation trialist etc).
Key Take-Aways:

  • Framework for disruption in health care and for value based transformation
  • Fresh perspective of why disruption in medicine calls for new skills sets and new job roles
  • Insight on the Intranpreneur community in healthcare and why it’s as important as external change agents to bring transformation

2:35 PM

Networking, Refreshment, and Exhibition Break

3:05 PM

Future Proofing by Leading Effective Change
Michael O. “Coop” Cooper, Founder, Innovators + Influencers

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The healthcare industry is in a constant state of transition. How can you ease the bumps of disruption, mergers and demands of new policies? Hear tips on how to lead effective change, while navigating an organization through disruption and build relationships across external organizations.
Key Take-Aways:

  • Insight on how to future-proof your organization
  • Framework to build better external and internal relationships for partnerships
  • Four components to adapt to continuous transition

4:05 PM


The Future of Home Testing and Women’s Health
Sylvia Kang, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mira

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Hear about the future of women’s health and how Mira envisions and disrupts this industry. Women’s hormones change daily and follow certain patterns every month, which makes daily testing very necessary, and it can only happen at home. Home testing is a highly needed but it is a very lacking area due to technology limitations, until now with Mira, the first FDA and CE registered comprehensive women’s health and chronic disease monitoring platform with 99% of accuracy.

4:45 PM

Collaborative Innovation in Healthcare: A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange Concludes

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