Inform[ED] Connected Healthcare Presentations

Watch the videos below from Informed[ED] Connected Healthcare 2017 that examined the benefits and challenges of connected healthcare and aging in place, including: life style impact, new business models, device security, regulatory issues and privacy concerns.

Session Videos
April 13 2017
Keynote by Simon Kos, M.D.

Keynote by Simon Kos, M.D.

Technology is fundamentally changing society as it becomes more accessible, affordable and capable. Health is no exception, and the potential for meaningful impact is huge. This presentation will describe how digital transformation can deliver on the promise of a more affordable, accessible, and agile health system. Starting from the Quadruple Aim framework, we will use real-world examples to examine technology innovation along the dimensions of engaging patients, empowering care teams, optimizing clinical and operational effectiveness, and transforming the care continuum. Simon Kos, M.D. Chief Medical Officer of Worldwide Health, Microsoft https://www.cablelabs.com/informed/

CISO Panel: Biggest Problems Hospitals currently face in Connected Healthcare

CISO Panel: Biggest Problems Hospitals currently face in Connected Healthcare

As more medical devices are connected to the Internet; the risk increases for impacts to patients and hospitals. Many hospitals have been impacted by ransomware that have had crippling effects on their operations. This panel will discuss the largest cybersecurity risks hospitals faces now and in the next several years. Cyrus Malbari Director, Product Technology & Security, Abbott Kathy Hughes VP, Chief Information Security Officer, Northwell Health Ram Ramadoss, MBA, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CRISC, CIPP, Moderator Vice President, Privacy & Information Security, Catholic Health Initiatives Timothy Torres Sr Dy CISO, Sutter Health

Transforming Healthcare through Interoperability & Data Liquidity

Transforming Healthcare through Interoperability & Data Liquidity

The healthcare industry has invested heavily in digitization in accordance with federal policies. While this has yielded some benefits, it hasn’t solved fundamental issues around interoperability and data liquidity. Today's lack of interoperability can compromise patient safety, undermine care quality and outcomes, contribute to clinician burnout; and, for healthcare operators, it creates significant operational and cost burdens. For innovators, the lack of interoperability presents a significant adoption barrier. How can these challenges be overcome and can healthcare leverage other industries’ expertise to accelerate progress? How can interoperability and data liquidity transform the very nature of healthcare?

Legal and Regulatory Issues

Legal and Regulatory Issues

A review of the policy and regulatory landscape of connected healthcare, with a focus on safety, privacy, and reimbursement as it exists now and may change in the near future.

Fireside Chat with Ed Cantwell

Fireside Chat with Ed Cantwell

Standards for medical devices can improve patient’s safety, care quality and outcomes, while reducing clinical burden and waste. How can healthcare providers and vendor communities work together to standardize medical device and platform interfaces to slow the rise in healthcare costs?

Innovation in Connected Healthcare

Innovation in Connected Healthcare

What market opportunities exist with connected healthcare? How will remote care management and device monitoring impact hospitals, healthcare delivery organizations, network operators, and patients?

The Future of Healthcare

The Future of Healthcare

A look at the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for connected healthcare, and how the industry must respond to be successful.

Event

Inform[ED] International 2018

May 9 - 10, 2018
Portugal