The panel walked attendees through the successes and challenges of internal innovations.
The ONC TownHall was an open forum hosted by the leaders at the Office of the National Coordinator. The audience had face to face time with policy leaders as they discussed the developmental approaches necessary for an overhaul of the health IT framework.
On the heels of a successful Healthy Communities Data Summit we brought Public Health to the Health 2.0 Fall Conference. This session brought together policy leaders from across the nation to present case studies and discuss how they are leveraging data resources to build a stronger infrastructure of health in their local communities.
Silverlink leaders hosted their session, Revolutionizing Engagement: Conquering the Chaos of Member Communications. Led by Joel Radford Silverlink explored the pressures being put on health plans today in a post-reform era, and the key to mitigating that pressure. The audience learned how leveraging technology and implementing new processes can conquer the complexity and chaos of member communications and result in a better member experience, better outcomes, and more efficient operations.
SoftServe CTO Neil Fox and VP Healthcare, Eugene Borukhovich led Prescription for change: How to sustain innovation in your organization. This session explored how to fill the “prescription for sustainable health care innovation” in your organization.
Frank Ingari, CEO of Navinet introduces a new trend emerging in which market-leading U.S. payers are utilizing the advanced EMR-to-EMR integration technologies that have been funded by the international Health Information Exchange (HIE) movement to “stand up” payer-specific clinical integration networks. By integrating these clinical integration networks with real-time payer-provider transaction systems Navinet ensures that clinical information is connected to well-established reimbursement workflows. The resulting hybrid applications—such as an HIE-enriched Referral and Authorization application—ensures that clinical adoption is tied directly to value-based reimbursement, is patient-specific, and represents the most current administrative and clinical information. This Deep Dive examined the architecture of the payer-sponsored clinical integration network and the opportunities it opens for HIT entrepreneurs.
Co-Founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt reflect on the 3 1/2 days and point out some of their most memorable moments from the 8th Annual Fall Conference, and make exciting announcements for future Health 2.0 events.
Atul Butte of Stanford School of Medicine addresses the power and impact of today’s biggest buzz word in Health IT: big data.
Yaopeng Zhou of Smart Vision Labs addressed the Health 2.0 audience, inspiring them to more actively consider the power of the developer community in making a global health impact.