Innovations for Improving Health and Care

Celebration, Florida
Thursday, October 23, 2014


2015 Fall Forum

Innovations for Improving Health and Care
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23

Forum held at the Florida Hospital Nicholson Center

7:30 - 8 am
Continental Breakfast

8 - 8:15 am
Welcome to Scottsdale Institute's 2014 Fall Forum
Don Wegmiller, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute and Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

Welcome to Florida Hospital
Terry Shaw, EVP & CFO/COO, Adventist Health System

8:15 - 8:55 am
KEYNOTE: Setting a Path toward Meaningful Interoperability
Dr. Jacob Reider, Deputy National Coordinator for Health IT, US Department Health and Human Services

8:55 - 9:35 am
KEYNOTE: linkAges: Disrupting the Healthcare of Things
Paul Tang, MD, VP & Chief Innovation Officer, Palo Alto Medical Foundation and Director, David Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation

9:35 - 10 am
Break

10 - 11 am
Panel Discussion: Innovations in Cost and Efficiency
Overview and Moderator:
Christopher M. Roty, President, Baptist Health La Grange
Panel:
Scott Caldwell, SVP, Ascension and CEO, The Resource Group
Mark Coticchia, VP & Chief Innovation Officer, Henry Ford Health System
Bryan Oshiro, MD, CMO, Health Catalyst
Brian Paradis, CEO, Central Region of Florida Division of Adventist Health Systems and COO, Florida Hospital

11 am - 12 noon
Panel Discussion: Innovations to Enhance Quality and Outcomes
Overview and Moderator:
John Collins, PhD, COO, The Center for the Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology (CIMIT) at Partners HealthCare
Panel:
Anne-Marie J. Audet, MD, MSc, SM, VP, Delivery System Reform and Breakthrough Opportunities, The Commonwealth Fund
Colin Banas, MD, MSHA, CMIO, VCU Health System
Tejal Gandhi, MD, MPH, CPPS, President, National Patient Safety Foundation
Loran Hauck, MD, SVP & CMO, Adventist Health System

12 noon - 1:30 pm
Lunch

1:30 - 3 pm
Panel Discussion: Innovations in Integrating Communities and Consumers
Overview and Moderator:
Mark Hertling, SVP, Global Partnering, Physician Leader Development and Healthy 100 Enterprise, Florida Hospital
Panel:
Barbara Adams, VP, Innovative Technology Services, Texas Health Resources
Patrick O’Hare, SVP & CIO, Spectrum Health
Kim Radel, MHA, Director, Care COPILOT, Allina Health
Stewart Schaffer, VP, Marketing, Communications and Physician Business Development, BayCare Health System

3 - 3:30 pm
Break

3:30 - 5 pm
Panel Discussion: Innovations in Access and Population Health
Overview and Moderator:
David Banks, EVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Florida Division, Adventist Health System
Panel:
Vishal Agrawal, MD, President, Harris Healthcare Solutions
Ken Fawcett, MD, VP, Care Model Transformation, Spectrum Health Medical Group
David Wennberg, MD, CEO, Northern New England Accountable Care Collaborative (NNEACC)
Larry Yuhasz, Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development, National Practice Leader, Truven Health Analytics

5 pm
Wrap-up and Conclusions

5 - 7 pm
Reception - at the Bohemian Hotel

PLEASE NOTE: Dinner reservations are made on your own. See restaurants in: Celebration | Kissimmee | Orlando


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24

Up close and personal at Celebration Health - Tours and Technology Demonstrations

8 - 8:30 am
Continental Breakfast (Florida Hospital Nicholson Center)

8:30 - 9 am
Welcome and Overview of Tours and Technologies
Jayne Bassler, Senior Vice President and CIO, Florida Hospital

9 - 11:30 am
Tours and Technology Demonstrations

  • Center for Interactive Patient Care - our flagship living laboratory. Florida Hospital Celebration Health is integrating the latest technologies into patient rooms and throughout the facility and is a national showcase for interactive patient care. It brings together advanced technologies and systems to deliver better healthcare and improve clinical outcomes. The tour highlights technologies used in Care Delivery Redesign, Patient Engagement, and Value Management

  • Training and Innovation - Florida Hospital Nicholson Center, a 54,000-square-foot advanced research and training center, is a model for open collaboration to enhance medical technology, practices and standards across the spectrum of leading-edge healthcare. It has trained more than 60,000 specialists around the world. Students, educators, industry, researchers, clinical organizations and the U.S. military come here to learn, develop and create breakthroughs that power tomorrow’s healthcare. The tour highlights minimally invasive laparoscopic, robotic, telemedicine and medical simulation technologies and procedures - many of which pioneered here.

11:30 - 12 noon
Wrap-up and Q&A
Jayne Bassler, Senior Vice President and CIO, Florida Hospital

 

Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • Fees through July 31:
    Members - $650
    Non-members - $750

    Fees as of August 1:
    Members - $750
    Non-members - $850

    We accept payment via credit card, check or invoice. Make checks out to 'Scottsdale Institute' and send to:

    Scottsdale Institute
    Membership Services Office
    1660 Highway 100 South
    Suite 306
    Minneapolis, MN 55416

    Refunds provided in full less $100 through October 17; refunds will not be provided after October 17.  Email Margaret Hahn with refund inquiries.  You may also reach her at (952) 545-5880.

Don Wegmiller, Chairman | Shelli Williamson, Executive Director
1660 Highway 100 South, Suite 306 | Minneapolis, MN 55416
Phone: 952.545.5880 | Fax: 952.545.6116
www.scottsdaleinstitute.org