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The Second Annual Health Innovation Day

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 7:30AM-5PM EDT
Venue Address: 
Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel
999 9TH St. NW
Washington , DC 20001
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 7:30AM-5PM EDT
2019-04-10 07:30:00 2019-04-10 17:00:00 America/New_York The Second Annual Health Innovation Day See more details at: https://www.actiac.org/2019-health-innovation-day Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9TH St. NW, Washington, DC
Venue Address: 
Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel
999 9TH St. NW
Washington , DC 20001
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Event Details

Training Fees

$395 - Industry Member Firm
$495 - Non-Member Firm
$  95 - Government
$  75 - Three Government from same agency (individual price)

Overview

keynotes:

James Gfrerer, Assistant Secretary for Information & Technology and Chief Information Officer, Office of Information and Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs (Confirmed) biography

Rajiv Uppal, Director of the Office of Information Technology and CMS Chief Information Officer, Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (Confirmed) biography

 

description:

The Second Annual Health Innovation Day will continue the theme from the 2018 forum to provide a venue where industry, government, academia, insurers, providers and others can discuss, share, and provide innovative updates and changes on innovative technology, tools, products and services in the health field.  Included in this forum will be relevant presentations from two umbrella topic areas, that of Emerging Technology in Health and Public Health efforts.  In addition, the forum will include select "mini" presentations on initiatives in health that are outside of the umbrella topic areas that will include shark tank breakout sessions and a poster session that will be voted on during the end reception.  Join this forum to hear more about what is happening in the private, public, and academia area on health innovation.

 

objectives:

  • Share information across government (HHS, VA, and DHA), industry, academia, and private sector
  • Learn from innovators and raise awareness of technology, tools, processes and solutions that are used throughout the healthcare community
  • Share lessons learned
  • Understand the barriers and issues impacting new tools and technology and how government and industry are working through them
  • Take away information on case presentations, use cases and examples
  • Understand what data sets, tracking, predictive analytics, and decision making are used by different federal agencies

 

Presenters:


Terry Adirim, MD, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Health Services Policy & Oversight, Department of Defense (Confirmed)
Michael Akinyele, Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Director, Department of Veterans Affairs (Confirmed)
Joao Ascensao, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, George Washington University, Chair Institute for Clinical Research, Chief Hematology-Oncology Section, Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Confirmed)
Lisa Bari, Health IT & Interoperability Lead, CMS Innovation Center, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) (Confirmed)
Greg Bateman, Managing Director, Federal Industry Ecosystem, Microsoft Federal (Confirmed)
Jay Benfield, Healthcare Practice Lead, True Zero Technologies (Confirmed)
Wendy Bohner, Lead HLS Solution Architect, Intel (Confirmed)
William B. Borden, MD, Chief Quality & Population Health Officer, Associate Professor of Medicine & Health Policy, George Washington University (Confirmed)
Stanley Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, EagleForce Associates, Inc. (Confirmed)
Joe Chirco, MD, President and Chief Medical Officer, First Genesis (Confirmed)
Ramik Chopra, Health Practice Lead, Splunk (Confirmed)
Carolyn Clancy, MD, Deputy Under Secretary for Discovery, Education and Affiliate Networks, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Discovery and Affiliate Networks, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) (Confirmed)
Adam B. Cohen, MD, Health Technologies Program Manager, National Health Mission, The Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Lab, and Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology (Confirmed)
Karl Colder, President, Colder Allied Consulting, LLC and Special Agent in Charge (Retired), Drug Enforcement Agency (Confirmed)
Casey Coleman, Senior Vice President, Global Government Solutions, Salesforce (Confirmed)
Dominic Cussatt, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology, Office of Information & Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs (Confirmed)
Alexandra Ehrlich, Principal Solution Consultant, Oracle Corporation (Confirmed)
Heather Flannery, Global Lead, ConsenSys Health (Confirmed)
Col. Christopher Ivany, MD, Chief, Innovation Group, Defense Health Agency (DHA) (Confirmed)
Paul Jarris, MD, Senior Principal Health Policy Advisor, Mitre (Confirmed)
Elaine Johanson, Director Office Of Health Informatics, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (Confirmed)
William Kassler, MD, MPH, Deputy Chief Health Officer & Lead Population Health Officer, IBM (Confirmed)
Arvind KC, Chief Information Officer, Palantir (Confirmed)
Don Kosiak, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Health Group, Leidos (Confirmed)
Kevin Lance, Co-Founder, CaryRX (Confirmed)
Vivian Lee, MD, PhD, President Health Platforms, Verily Life Sciences (Confirmed)
Eric Loeb, Customer Facing Data Scientist, Data Robot (Confirmed)
John W. Loonsk, MD, Adjunct Associate Professor, Center for Population Health IT, The Johns Hopkins University (Confirmed)
Sue Lin, PhD, Director, Quality Division, Office of Quality Improvement,  Bureau of primary Care, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), (Confirmed)
Patricia MacTaggart, Director of Health Informatics, The George Washington University, and Program Manager, Benefit Realization, Quality, Safety and Value, Department of Veterans Affairs (Confirmed)
CAPT David Martin, MD, Associate Director for Real-World Evidence, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (Confirmed)
David Muhlestein, PhD, JD, Chief Research Officer, Leavitt Partners (Confirmed)
Drew Myklegard, Acting Executive Director, Demand Management,  Department of Veterans Affairs (Confirmed)
Dr. Sandeep Patel, Open Innovation Manager, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (Confirmed)
Ltg. James Peake, MD, Senior Vice President, CGI Federal (Invited)
John Peters, Deputy Director, Telehealth, Office of Connected Health, Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs (Confirmed)
Mike Pullen, Vice President, Strategic Operations, CGI Federal (Confirmed)
Carl Rios, Cloud Solution Engineer, Oracle (Confirmed)
CAPT Mark Rives, Director of Operations, Department of Health and Human Services (Confirmed)
Bobby Saxon, Chief Technology Officer, Consumer & Information Insurance oversight, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) (Confirmed)
Vanila Singh, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (Confirmed)
Bryn Stark, AI Data Scientist, SAIC (Confirmed)
Alastair A. Thomson, Chief Information Officer, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute,  National Institute of Health (NIH) (Confirmed)
James Walker, Federal Chief Technology Officer, & Director of Public Sector Marketing, UiPath (Confirmed)
Erin Williams, Lead, Health System Innovation, Mitre Corporation (Confirmed)
Aleksandar Zelenovic, Strategy and Consulting Lead, Publics Sapient (Confirmed)

 

Keynote

James P. Gfrerer
James P. Gfrerer
Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology and Chief Information Officer
Rajiv Uppal
Rajiv Uppal
Director of the Office of Information Technology and the Chief Information Officer

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