CIO Healthcare Summit
The healthcare industry is changing. Will your organization survive?
The CIO Healthcare Summit is a gathering for C-suite executives and industry thought leaders to discuss IT challenges currently facing the healthcare industry, including improving patient care, controlling costs and meeting government regulations. With a renewed focus on decreasing healthcare costs, the Obama administration’s goals for the industry have created a buzz. CIOs are looking to utilize available resources, improve efficiency and find new IT solutions.
The summit is more than a typical technology conference; it’s a dynamic event designed to ensure that participants’ time and energy is well spent in a productive and innovative environment. Whether attending a panel discussion, networking event, one-on-one executive exchange or thought-leadership workshop, the CIO Healthcare Summit engages participants in candid discussions and promotes the development of smart IT solutions through collaboration and idea sharing.
The CIO Healthcare Summit will be held May 9-12, 2010, at the exclusive InterContinental Montelucia Resort, Scottsdale, Ariz. North America’s leading healthcare companies will be present to debate and network. Imagine the possibilities.
We will be speaking on Tuesday May 11th at 11:40 during the Executive Exchange. We are partnering with EMC to talk about:
“Platform Approach to IT – Staying Competitive in the Face of Healthcare Reform”
Today, healthcare IT platforms’ ability to respond to change has become the defining factor that determines profitability as institutions seek to connect data and business processes across a community of care. Portals, analytics, EHRs, and HIE solutions all have a contributing role to play but there are no complete or turnkey solutions. Moreover, ARRA and regulatory concerns are driving new information sharing and data capture requirements for each system and event under the CIO IT charter. The keys to success? Best-of-breed solutions that focus on security, standards based interoperability, and flexible SOA architectures. In this presentation, Intel and EMC reexamine how healthcare information is shared and present principle driven, platform approach to healthcare information integration and exchange. A sample case study from Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is showcased to illustrate how collaborative portals when combined with SOA connectivity can prepare for “Meaningful Use” in less than 6 months.
Hope to see you there!