NCHICA 24th Annual Conference

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NCHICA 24th Annual Conference
Start Your Engines! The Race to Digital Health
October 8-9, 2018 Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC

Note: Registration will open in July.

 

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Agenda

Monday, October 8
7:30 am-4:30 pmRegistration Desk Open
8:00-9:00 amContinental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
9:00-9:30 amOpening Keynote Address: The Race to Digital Health Angela Yochem (Novant Health)
9:30-9:45 amNetworking Break
9:45-10:30 amTrack 1
Blockchain & Healthcare Interoperability: Use Cases for Enabling Secure Transport of Patient Data Jason Rosenzweig (Burwood Group) & Massimiliano Masi (Tiani Spirit)

Track 2
Analyze This! Using Data Analytics Tools to Improve Quality of Patient Care, Assess Outcomes, and Evaluate Utilization Heidi Banks & Andrew Stirling (Duke Health)

Track 3
Opioid Crisis and Potential Role of Cognitive Analytics Mustafa Karakus (IBM Watson Health)
10:30-10:45 amNetworking Break
10:45-11:30 amTrack 1
Exploring Opportunities to Improve Health and Healthcare by Creating a Regional Learning Health System Holt Anderson (Learning Health System) & Ed Hammond (Duke Center for Health Informatics)

Track 2
Behavioral Analytics Role in Assuring Data Security David Holtzman (CynergisTek) & Robert Lord (Protenus)

Track 3
Barriers and Facilitators for Telehealth Implementation in a Rural Setting Saira Haque (RTI International)
11:30-11:45 amNetworking Break
11:45 am-12:15 pmLightning Talk Session
12:15-1:45 pmLunch, Ignite Sessions & Learning Lab in Exhibit Hall
1:45-2:30 pmTrack 1
Enterprise Imaging - A Journey to Simplification Bradley Cook (UNC Health Care Informatics)

Track 2
The 21st Century Cures Act and the Future of Healthcare Carrie Nixon (Nixon Law Group)

Track 3
Deciphering Reimbursement for Remote Patient Monitoring Bonnie Britton (Reconnect4Health)
2:30-2:45 pmNetworking Break
2:45-3:30 pmTrack 1
Data Integration for the Next Frontier: Value-based Care Cory Bovair (Coastal Carolina HIE)

Track 2
Third-Party Risk Management: Taking Privacy and Security Beyond the Four Walls J. Scot Eibel (US Renal Care) & Stephanie Crabb (Immersive)

Track 3
The Future of the EHR: A Market-based Analysis Bruce Eckert & Dennis Puls (KPMG)
3:30-4:00 pmIce Cream Social Break in Exhibit Hall
4:00-4:45 pmTrack 1
Solving Legacy EMR Data Access with Interoperability Tom Wilson (Sentara Health)

Track 2
People, Process & Technology: Integrated Approaches to Medical Device Cybersecurity Andrew Sweet (Nuvolo)

Track 3
Patient Progression: A Hospital-Wide, Multi-Disciplinary, Data-Driven Approach Nancia Odom (Duke Regional Hospital)
5:00-6:30 pmOptional Event in Exhibit Hall
6:30-8:00 pmOptional Event: Reception at NASCAR Hall of Fame (ticket required)
Tuesday, October 9
7:30 am-3:00 pmRegistration Desk Open
8:00-9:00 amBreakfast in Exhibit Hall
9:00-9:30 amPlenary Address Hector Rodriguez (Microsoft)
9:30-9:45 amNetworking Break
9:45-10:30 amTrack 1
Implementing Technical Security is Not Enough to Adequately Protect PHI Gerard Scheitlin (RISQ Management)

Track 2
20/20 Vision – Enabling Visual Analytics to Enhance Patient Experiences at the Duke Health Eye Center Patti Gorgone & Pam Barth (Duke Health)

Track 3
Blockchain in Health: Is it Hype or is it Real? Hector Rodriguez (Microsoft)
10:30-10:45 amNetworking Break
10:45-11:30 amTrack 1
Best Practices in Securing Sensitive Data while Transitioning to the Cloud Katie Hadley (Atrium Health)

Track 2
Transforming Validated Clinical Research into a Cerner and EPIC FHIR Application Iltifat Husain (Wake Forest School of Medicine)

Track 3
Add Health Consumer Wearable Ancillary Study Robert Furberg (RTI International)
11:30-11:45 amNetworking Break
11:45 am - 12:30 pmTrack 1
Top Ten Tips for Securing Your Healthcare Enterprise beyond HIPAA Jon Sternstein (Stern Security) & Noah Dermer (InstaMed)

Track 2
Reducing Financial Toxicity for Cancer Patients: Duke Maestrocare-REDCap –Bridge Data Integration Project Miji Sofela (Duke Health) & Benjamin Gagosian (Vivor)

Track 3
Connecting Care Communities in a Value-based World Christie Burris (NCHIEA) & Aaron McKethan (DHHS)
12:30-2:00 pmLunch, Ignite Sessions & Learning Lab in Exhibit Hall
2:00-2:45 pmClosing Plenary Address
2:45-3:00 pmPrize Drawings & Adjourn

NCHICA has created a collaborative organization that no other State has achieved. It includes vendors, providers, payers, physicians, nurses, clinicians, attorneys, information technologists and other professionals, working together to improve healthcare within North Carolina in every way, from the use of technology, to public policy considerations, to patient privacy, and more. Belonging to, and participating in, this organization helps you to not only keep up with the changing healthcare environment, but to have some influence on those changes.

— David B. Dillehunt
VP, CIO, FirstHealth of the Carolinas Inc.,
Pinehurst, NC

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