1 Big Data & Analytics in Healthcare Improve Outcomes with Big Data May 13 & 14, 2015 Le Méridien, Philadelphia
2 Confirmed Speakers Include Confirmed Speakers Chief Information Officer & SVP, Independence Blue X Blue Shield Chief Data Officer, Geisinger Vice President, Health IT Transformation & Analytics, Kaiser Permanente Vice President, Analytics Strategy & Integrations, Anthem Head of Customer Analytics, Cigna Chief Medical Officer, US Medical Management Associate Vice President, Health Tech, University of Pennsylvania Health System Director, Analytics, Central California Alliance for Health Vice President, Enterprise Informatics, Data & Analytics, Highmark Health Director, Advanced Analytics Services, Cardinal Health CEO, Healthgrades Population Health Management, Brigham & Women s Hospital Director, Decision Support, Northwest Community Healthcare Director, Business Intelligence, United Surgical Partners International Development Manager, Reporting & Analytics, The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Senior Vice President, Technology & Information Strategy, Health Integrated Director, Analytics, Carolinas Healthcare System Vice President, Data Services, Connecticut Hospital Association Head of Consumer Analytics, Aetna Assistant Vice President, Advanced Analytics, Carolinas Healthcare System
3 Who Will You Meet? There is no question that IE. provides the gold standard events in the industry and will connect you with decision makers within the Big Data space. You will be meeting senior level executives from major corporations and innovative small to medium size companies. Company Size Of Attendees Job Title Of Attendees 78% Attendees are at Director level or above 3% 21% President /Principal SVP/VP Employees Employees Employees Less than 49 Employees 12% C-Level 56% 81% Attendees are companies with at least 300 employees 8% 11% 25% 42% 13% 8% Snr. Director /Director Global Head / Head Snr. Manager /Manager Academic (1%) Past Delegates include VP, Analytics - Walgreens Chief Analytics Officer - UPMC Director, Analytics - Novartis CMIO - Kaiser Permanente AVP, Regulatory Affairs, HCA Director, Speciality - Florida Hospital
4 About The Summit The Healthcare industry is at a turning point. Huge amounts of analytical talent is flowing into healthcare and by 2016 half of hospitals will be using advanced analytics software, compared to 10% today. This trend is driven by the realization that the best way to help physicians make better treatment decisions while decreasing cost is by leveraging data and predictive modeling. With data and data scientists at the core, the healthcare industry is evolving. By attending this summit you will prepare yourself for the era of personalized medicine and sustainable growth. Topics Include: Clinical Decision Support High Cost Patient Treatment Creating Physician Friendly Systems Consumer Healthcare Engagement Bundled Payments Health Information Exchanges Clinical Integration and Improving Patient Safety Genomics & Personalized Medicine Population Healthcare Management 4 Confirmed Speaker Information Somesh Nigam CIO Independence Blue Cross Somesh Nigam, Ph.D., is senior vice president and chief informatics officer at Independence Blue Cross (Independence). He oversees the Informatics division, which provides data, analytics and business reporting tools to serve Independence customers and stakeholders. Nigam leads Independence s cutting-edge data initiatives, collaborations, and partnerships to help improve the quality of patient care and lower costs. He provides strategic direction to the Informatics organization to drive innovation and support the emerging needs of our business as health care reform transforms our industry. Improving Clinical Outcomes and Chronic Disease Management using Big Data and Predictive Analytics The Informatics Division at Independence Blue Cross ( Independence ) employs advanced predictive models and leverages big data to improve clinical outcomes and transform chronic disease management for its members. In this presentation, Somesh Nigam, Ph.D., senior vice president and chief informatics officer, will discuss Independence s likelihood of hospitalization (LoH) model for 4 patients with congestive heart failure (CHF) and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and the associated care gaps Independence can identify, using a platform from Lumiata, to help it gain a deeper understanding of a patient s current and future health, risk, and cost in order to deliver higher value care. Dr. Nigam will also highlight Independence s ongoing research collaboration with New York University and NYU Langone Medical Center, which is helping Independence to identify members with undetected or undiagnosed diabetes to ensure they receive appropriate and timely care. Steven Merahn Chief Medical Officer US Medical Management Steven Merahn, MD is the Chief Medical Officer at US Medical Management (USMM), the nation s leading provider of home-based medical services for complex, chronic and medically fragile populations, and the only organization to run a multi-city national ACO. An experienced physician-executive, Dr. Merahn is expert in the design of care delivery systems and the adoption and integration of technology into systems of practice and has worked in almost every corner of the healthcare ecosystem. A vocal advocate for the value of the human factor and the special role of professionals in health status improvement, Dr. Merahn is committed to revitalizing the experience of care for both patients and professionals. The Evolving Role of Clinicians in Data-Driven Care Delivery Improving outcomes with Big Data and analytics is not just a technology-level change for healthcare, but poses challenges to relationships and interactions among patients and professionals. The capacity to work in a systems-based practice or even understand the basic concepts of datadriven care delivery -- is not necessarily intuitive; successful integration and collaboration of professionals will require more than training programs, but a reconsideration of the fundamental roles and responsibilities of physicians and other clinicians involved in patient care. This talk will reflect on direct experience guiding a group of physicians and advanced practice professionals through this evolution as part of population health management initiative.
5 Confirmed Speaker Information Roger C. Holstein CEO Healthgrades Roger brings with him more than 35 years of experience developing transformative new businesses in healthcare, digital media, and telecommunications. In addition to his responsibilities at Healthgrades, Roger is a Managing Director and co-head of the Healthcare group at Vestar Capital Partners. Roger also serves on the Board of Directors of Healthgrades as well as on the board of another leading company in the healthcare sector, Press Ganey Corporation. Prior to Healthgrades, Roger served as CEO, President and Director of the WebMD Corporation from and helped establish it as a leading source of healthcare information for consumers and physicians. Before that, Roger was a member of the Office of the President at Medco Health, where he helped create the business of prescription benefit management from Roger got his start in healthcare in 1988 as CEO of Consumer Health Services, which pioneered physician referral and information services. Empowering Healthcare Consumers: Lessons Learned from the Digital Frontier Information connects, but to connect, that information must be set free it must be accessible, transparent and trustworthy. The healthcare marketplace is just beginning to see its information become clearer and more accessible. That transparency has the incredible potential to allow millions of healthcare consumers to make educated decisions. Unfortunately, patients have been historically unable to leverage the data that matters most when selecting a doctor: provider experience, hospital quality, and patient satisfaction. This presentation highlights the opportunities to expand consumer access and translate big data into digestible information that enables patients to make informed choices and select the right doctors and right hospitals for their care. David Behr Director, BI United Surgical Partners International BI leader with a diverse background spanning 14 years in BI Solution Development, Management Reporting, Project Management and Operational Analytics. Focused on bridging the gap between technical and business teams to solve business problems and build actionable BI solutions. Spent 10 years with Amerisource-Bergen, a Fortune 20 company and one of the world s largest pharmaceutical services companies, building out their BI platform. Spent close to 3 years with Rent-A-Center, a Rent-to-own industry leader with of over 4,000 stores within the USA and Mexico, tearing down their current BI infrastructure and rebuilding a more efficient and effective platform. Currently working at United Surgical Partners, who own and operate more than 200 Acute Care Surgery facilities, building out Business Intelligence from the ground up. Fast-Track BI & Attain Instant ROI Traditionally, to get Business Intelligence up and running within an organization was a very costly and timely endeavor involving building out a Data Warehouse and purchasing a BI Software suite to deliver the data. While this still may the case today, there are ways to build out valuable Business Intelligence applications at a fraction of the traditional cost and time. I will highlight and demonstrate how United Surgical Partners International built out Business Intelligence capabilities along with a Data Warehouse from scratch, and delivered reporting, dashboards and self-service analytics corporate-wide in under 6 months, at a quarter of the expected cost. By bundling SAP Business Objects with Infoburst, USPI has been able to fast-track Business Intelligence and have attained an instant ROI. Mark Pitts Vice President, Enterprise Informatics, Data & Analytics Highmark Health Mark Pitts is a data scientist and healthcare executive with over 25 years of experience solving business problems with technology and analytics. He is currently the Vice President, Enterprise Informatics, Data & Analytics at Highmark Health. Pitts holds Bachelor's and Master s degrees in Accounting from the University of Florida. He is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and has taught college courses in management accounting and business decision making. You can follow Pitts on
6 Confirmed Speaker Information Terhilda Garrido Vice President, Health IT & Analytics Kaiser Permanente Terhilda Garrido has worked at Kaiser Permanente, an integrated delivery system, for more than 20 years. At present, she is vice president, Health Information Technology Transformation & Analytics within the National Quality and Care Delivery organization. Her team is responsible for realizing the strategic value and maximizing opportunities for Kaiser Permanente s electronic health record. She also currently co-leads KP s efforts to qualify for Meaningful Use. Her areas of focus include: evaluation of new EHR-based innovations, strategic impact of PHRs/EHRs, the business case for KP s investment, leveraging HIT to improve quality, patient safety, efficiency and equity. She has published on these topics and lends her expertise to various organizations within the health care industry. She sat on an IOM committee on HIT and Patient Safety and is currently on an IOM committee on EHR ROI. Prior to joining Kaiser, Terhilda did economic modeling and consulting for the European Economic community among others. Ms. Garrido holds an Operations Research degree in Engineering from Princeton University and a Masters in Public Health in Biostatistics from University of California at Berkeley. She completed graduate work at the Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City and an Executive Leadership Program at the Harvard Business School. EHRs: Linchpins for Big Data EHRs were designed primarily to address reimbursement and care coordination issues. But efforts underway at Kaiser Permanenete incorporate data from the largest civilian EHR to help improve and guide care delivery and quality assessment. How Are KP providers using the EHR and PHR data (more than 10 petabytes) to manage care delivery and to determine how to deliver the best care to patients? This session examines the progress towards making KP HealthConnect and kp.orgthe linchpin of big data for the provider and the patient in the US's largest, non-profit integrated healthcare system. G. Francisco Perin SVP, Technology & Information Strategy Health Integrated Francisco Cisco Perin is an innovator, entrepreneur, and business strategist with a proven ability to identify technology trends and utilize them to streamline operations for startup ventures, not-for-profits and global corporations. He is a tech leader with a track record in multiple industry sectors including healthcare, finance, pharmaceuticals, and media/publishing. From the onset of his career as a physicist for NASA to his current role as Senior Vice President of Technology and Information Strategy with Health Integrated, he has been advancing businesses by combining his expertise in technology, engineering and operations. He is known for organizing and leading world-class teams capable of delivering innovation and operational excellence. Creating Agility and Opportunity through New Data Architecture Today s health care landscape is marked by varied data sources that contain vast insights waiting to be unlocked to support massive advancements in medical insights. Overall, the pervasiveness of new tools and techniques, from the Big Data movement are allowing organization to develop processes and techniques that are shepherding health care from a science of averages to a practice of individualized and personal care. Today s new data architectures offer the cost and scalability advantages required for rapid growth. But how does an established business move on from inflexible and expensive legacy systems? In this session, we ll describe how Health Integrated created agility and new business opportunity through the design and execution of a new data architecture. Where do you start? How do you design an architecture to support a scalable, technologyenabled business? How do you migrate your existing business to a new platform? We will share insights from our experience designing and executing a road map and architecture to enable a next-generation health care business. Health Integrated s industry is characterized by large _volumes_ of widely _varied_ data. At scale, clinical operations supporting any significant population of patients will drive _velocity_ challenges for both ingestion and processing. These are the notorious three Vs that typify the need for a big data solution.
7 Confirmed Speaker Information Van Dawson Director, Decision Support Highmark Health Leads all decision support activities for Northwest Community Healthcare including the development of analytics for operational, clinical, quality and outcome analytics. Utilizes Business Intelligence best practice methodologies to facilitate the merging of clinical and financial data to develop key performance indicators for the organization. Manages and establishes processes for monitoring of clinical, operational and financial performance in comparison to organizational targets and external benchmarks. Directs staff to identify and investigate significant variances and acts as a resource in developing plans to mitigate unfavorable variances. Oversees the implementation and use of productivity and financial monitoring tools, including executive dashboards, clinical outcomes and performance improvement. Big Data on a Small Scale In healthcare today, the use of big data has become a necessity for many organizations. For independent hospitals and smaller health systems, the resources and organizational support to produce such deliverables is critical. Independent hospitals and smaller health systems have to find ways to provide analysis on big data in the same way larger health systems do, but with a limited resource pool. The challenge, among other competing priorities, is providing leadership with actionable data. In our discussion today, we will focus on what to deliver, frequency of delivery, and how that information is disseminated throughout the organization. Jeffrey Fuller Director, Operational Analytics Carolinas Healthcare System Jeff is a Director in Advanced Analytics at Carolinas HealthCare System. He has 16 years of experience in healthcare administration and data analytics, and has achieved exemplary results in the areas of organizational change leadership, operations management, decision support, business intelligence, analytics, process improvement, and administration of reporting data models and applications. Jeff has committed his career to improving healthcare delivery through a balanced approach of focused operational efficiency, improved patient experience, and higher value care delivered through maximizing the potential of organizational data assets. Transformative Operations at Carolinas HealthCare System Improving Value through Targeted Analytics The Dickson Advanced Analytics (DA2) department at CHS uses innovative tools and technologies to integrate and analyze data to manage the health of individual patients and of communities, and to develop analytics models that can be used to predict population health trends and improve the value of the care we deliver. Operational Analytics was formed as a discipline within DA2 to support improving the value of the healthcare we deliver through a relentless pursuit of higher quality at a lower cost. Tanya Rylee VP, Analytics Strategy & Integrations Anthem Tanya Rylee is the vice president of Strategy & Planning within Health Care Analytics at Anthem, Inc., responsible for the overall strategic direction of the organization. Her team works towards bridging the gap between current and desired business performance levels and balancing short-term business needs with long-term perspectives. Prior to joining Anthem, Tanya was employed by UnitedHealth Group (UHG) for 12 years. During her tenure at UHG, she worked in a variety of different roles, primarily within the areas of program and project management. She was most recently employed as the chief of staff for the Quality Management and Performance organization. Prior to joining UHG, Tanya worked as a registered clinical and behavioral health dietitian in Texas City, Texas and St. Cloud, Minnesota. She also worked for two years as an office manager for a real estate company in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
8 Confirmed Speaker Information Nicholas Marko Chief Data Officer Geisinger Nicholas Marko, MD is Chief Data Officer for Geisinger Health System in Danville, PA. He is a data scientist with expertise in predictive analytics, organizational data strategy, data-driven collaboration, and data science consulting. He heads the Department of Data Science & Engineering in Geisinger s Division of Applied Research and Clinical Informatics (DARCI) and co-directs the High Performance Computing Center in the organization s Institute for Advanced Applications (IAA). His specific academic interests include integration of heterogeneous data sources and application of advanced mathematical methods and modeling strategies to generate measurable value for organizations in the healthcare sector and beyond. Dr. Marko is also a practicing neurosurgeon and serves as Geisinger Medical Center s Director of Neurosurgical Oncology. His clinical practice focuses on surgical management of patients with malignant brain and spine tumors. Brian Wells Associate Vice President, Health Technology & Academic Computing University of Pennsylvania Health System At University of Pennsylvania Health System Brian is responsible for the development and implementation of software to address health system and school of medicine enterprise informatics needs including data warehousing, data integration and web based applications. Brian is responsible for the majority of the IT infrastructure relied on by the school of medicine education, administrative and research community. Focusing on high performance computing and big data requirements to meet the demands of individualized medicine. William Nieczpiel Development Manager, Reporting & Analytics Children s Hospital of Philadelphia William Nieczpiel is currently the Manager of the Enterprise Analytics and Reporting development team at the Children s Hospital of Philadelphia. In this capacity he partners with leaders throughout the healthcare system and directs agile development teams to deliver high value integrated analytic applications supporting executive leadership, in addition to clinical and business departments. He has over 19 years of experience in data warehousing and analytics with 10 years specific to healthcare. Mr. Nieczpiel received his Bachelor s degree in Business Management from Rutgers University School of Business and Healthcare Informatics Certificate from Drexel University. Denis Mrkva Head of Consumer Analytics Aetna Denis is Senior the Head of Consumer Analytics at Aetna with extensive experience in database marketing analytics, targeting and segmentation, predictive modeling, and risk and pricing in the financial and insurance industries.
9 The Information Big Data in Healthcare Summit Date: Location: Venue: Accommodation: May 13 & 14, 2015 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Le Méridien, Philadelphia Further information to follow Registration Pricing Diamond Pass $1495 Gold Pass $1795 $1995 Access to all sessions & networking events 7 days access to presentations from the summit via ieondemand Access to all sessions, networking events & unlimited access to presentations from the summit via ieondemand Access to all sessions, networking events, annual subscription to all content on the Big Data & Analytics channels via ieondemand Silver Pass $1295 Early Bird Price (before Mar 13) Early Bird Price (before Mar 13) 1 Day Pass $895 Full access to the sessions to your chosen day of the summit, 7 days access to presentations from the summit via ieondemand 7 day online access to event materials Group Discount Offers 3 Silver Passes: 5 Silver Passes: 3 Gold Passes: 5 Gold Passes: 3 Diamond Passes: 5 Diamond Passes: $1795 $1595 Early Bird Price (before Mar 13) $3000 ($1000 per attendee) $4500 ($900 per attendee) $3900 ($1300 per attendee) $6000 ($1200 per attendee) $4500 ($1500 per attendee) $7000 ($1400 per attendee) On-Demand Pass $600 Unlimited access to presentations from the summit via ieondemand, including presentations, interviews & the ability to contact speakers Unlimited access to ieondemand For larger groups or special requests contact Hayley Law by calling or Discounts are applicable at the point of registration only. Ways to Register Click Here to Register
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11 Schedule Day One May 13 Session One Coffee Break Session Two Lunch Session Three Coffee Break Session Four Networking Drinks Day Two May 14 Session Five Coffee Break Session Six Lunch Session Seven Coffee Break Session Eight
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