Lisa Nichols, Assistant VP, Intermountain Healthcare and Co-Leader, Utah Alliance for the Determinants of Health

Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols is the Community Benefit Behavioral Health Director.  In this role she works to improve the health of the community with a focus on the behavioral health needs of low-income and under-served communities. Lisa has over 22 years of experience working in non-profit health care with under-served populations from her previous role as the executive director of Midtown Community Health Center. Lisa has a master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah. Lisa has a passion for building access to healthcare for under-served individuals.

 

Posted April 2019
      Deborah Fullerton, Chief Marketing Officer, AMITA Health

      Deborah Fullerton

      Deborah Fullerton is the Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer at AMITA Health, an integrated health system serving the greater Chicago market, city and suburbs, as well as down to Kankakee.  AMITA Health has 19,456 employees, 19 hospitals with 4,257 beds, 230 sites of outpatient care, 700 employed providers, 7,000 affiliated providers, a Medicare ACO ranked 3rd in quality in the United States, a clinically integrated network with more than 4,000 providers and a management services organization.  AMITA Health is one of the largest systems in Illinois.

      Deborah is a results-focused marketing executive with a progressive track record of success in the highly regulated healthcare industry and in challenging competitive markets. Prior to AMITA Health, she has orchestrated the brand development process at three academic medical centers – Duke University Health System, Loyola University Health System and Keck Medicine of University of Southern California – and built data-driven marketing departments to drive volume for healthcare services.

      Recently she has focused on transforming a traditional hospital environment to a consumer-focused one, ensuring access to healthcare by enhancing the digital patient journey, and designing a customer experience program.  She has developed leadership retreats on consumerization and disruptive innovative growth, participated in building AMITA Health Check (a patient-generated health data app), and, with the CIO, has added a Digital Technology Council to evaluate innovative ideas and, when necessary, find corporate or start-up partners.

      Deborah launched her career in healthcare after first learning the media ropes in the journalism.  She leveraged that media relations experience in public relations for Duke University Medical Center by exporting scientific discoveries and elevating corporate collateral. Later, she also enhanced corporate reputations through social media and thought leadership campaigns. She has experience leading web site redesigns, building CRM & PRM databases connected to lead-generation tools and linking electronic medical records via patient portals.

      Deborah is a die-hard Tar Heel fan, earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1985 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)’s School of Media & Journalism.  Somewhat surprisingly for those who know college basketball rivalries, she obtained a master’s degree in business administration from the Duke University Fuqua School of Business in 1991.

      In addition to watching college basketball, Deborah enjoys biking, gardening, Netflix and apps/devices that make the home work smarter.

       

      Updated March 2019

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          CIOs have been at the heart of Scottsdale Institute since its creation. Today the CIO role is evolving yet again to reflect the drive for innovation and transformation in healthcare. SI’s CIO Affinity Group provides a forum for CIOs to share ideas and strategies on their quickly emerging role as strategic thinkers, collaborators and leaders of positive change across the enterprise.
          Single-page Overview – PDF | May 2020: The New Normal and the Healthcare IT Organization

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          CISOs have quickly taken seats at the senior-leadership table with the rise of cybersecurity threats like malware and ransomware. As digital health continues to transform healthcare, such threats will only become more challenging to patient privacy and confidentiality. SI’s CISO Affinity Group provides a forum for CISOs—sometimes including CIOs/CTOs—to address escalating cybersecurity threats and the latest strategies to thwart them.
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          CMIOs pioneered the EHR era and are now positioned to lead the digital-health revolution. As they assume executive leadership roles on a much wider scope, they face a complex yet exciting array of challenges. The SI CMIO Affinity Group affords CMIOs the opportunity to take the measure of these new opportunities with their peers and assume the helm in a new system of care and wellness.
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          CNIOs have emerged as indispensable leaders in clinical transformation, accountable care and population health. Ranging from EHR optimization and data analytics to tackling the social determinants of health, CNIOs are charged with integrating IT, patient care and patient engagement in ways not previously achieved. The SI CNIO Affinity Group provides CNIOs with a forum to share best practices and lessons learned in becoming multidimensional agents of change.
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          Data analytics will drive the health-delivery system of the future from identification of at-risk populations and clinical decision support for personalized medicine to Amazon-like patient engagement and new business models.
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          Everyone agrees 80 percent of a person’s health and well-being is the result of non-medical factors like environment, family support, income, food security, housing, transportation and lifestyle. Chief Community Health Officers understand that these social determinants of health (SDoH) hold the key to addressing population health, chronic disease and healthcare’s unsustainable cost curve through value-based, quality care. And they cannot tackle these issues alone: they must collaborate through innovative partnerships with local communities, social service agencies, neighborhood groups and public health. The Community Health/SDoH Affinity Group offers Chief Community Health Officers and equivalent executive roles the opportunity to share best collaborative practices, partnership building and data strategies to integrate patient-centered care and wellness within a community-based healthcare system.
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          Chief Innovation Officers and transformation executives stoke the fires of disruptive thinking and lead adoption of creative technology-enabled, usable solutions to build the healthcare enterprise of the future. Their exciting work covers a wide spectrum, from redesigning care delivery and business operations to fostering deep culture change throughout the organization. The SI Innovation Affinity group offers Innovation and Transformation executives a platform to collaborate around new ideas, best practices and lessons learned on the path to the future.
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          Population Health encompasses the broad range of strategies, activities and expertise required under value-based care, including new care and business models driven by risk-based contracting and the need to manage chronically-ill populations.
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          The COVID-19 crisis has pushed Telehealth to the forefront of healthcare with the need to physically distance ourselves from one another, shelter in place and reduce the burden on acute care and ambulatory facilities. Telehealth executives have become major change agents in healthcare’s transformation to a virtual-care platform. This sudden need for rapid change requires executives with a complex understanding of IT, digital health, remote monitoring, patient and consumer engagement and how people access care across diverse landscapes. The SI Telehealth Affinity Group offers leaders a forum to collaborate and share innovative Telehealth solutions that enhance the practice of medicine and ensure access to care for everybody.
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          Thien Lam, VP and CISO, BayCare Health System
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              SI 2019 Annual Conference | Consumer-Centric Healthcare: IT Models for the Future

              The future was on the minds of CEOs and other health-system leaders from Scottsdale Institute member organizations as they tackled consumerism, digital health and even the politics of healthcare at the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, Arizona during our 26th Annual Conference.  See the SI 2019 Annual Conference Summary for more details!

              The healthcare industry is in the midst of transforming itself into a consumer-centric industry.  Health systems and insurance companies are partnering with pharmacy-related retailers in the race to own consumer convenience; digital health apps are appearing on smartphones with ties to consumer electronics companies, hospitals, doctors, and payors; and new models of primary care are sprouting up promising to deliver concierge-type Healthcare as a Service, through subscription models or company-run health clinics.

              Who will win the hearts and minds – and pockets – of the healthcare consumer? What is the end game for these large-scale horizontal and vertical integrations?  Will they yield the economies of scale and reduction of duplication that we are seeking to reduce overall healthcare costs? What is the resulting impact on consumer access, personalized care, and overall community well-being? What of the adage that “healthcare is local” given this quest to be big? In the words of last year’s CEO panelist, Rod Hochman, “we need to be big and small at the same time,” but how do we do that well?

               

              WHO SHOULD ATTEND

              This conference is an interactive experience for Scottsdale Institute member executives interested in how others plan to meet the requirements of a reformed healthcare environment, and in sharing their own plans and strategies for doing so, with a special emphasis on the Information Technology aspects.

              Member officers, trustees and other administrative and clinical executives are invited. As leaders in their respective markets and in IT-enabled performance improvement, SI members share best practices and learn from their peers.

              SI conferences are intimate sessions, designed for member executives who benefit from peer collaboration, information sharing and networking. Our platform is more “participation” and less “presentation,” so come prepared for relaxed, informal and highly interactive sessions with senior management teams from other leading health systems.

              This conference is offered for SI member executives. While the conference fee is included in SI membership dues, attendees are responsible for their own hotel and travel expenses.

              WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10


              10 am | Conference Registration Desk Opens

               

              11:30 am – 1 pm | Welcome Luncheon – spouses and guests welcome

               

              1 – 1:15 pm | Welcome and Annual Report

              Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

               

              1:15 – 2 pm | Keynote: “Consumerization of Healthcare”

              David Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/GM, Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung Electronics America

              To be followed by a moderated discussion panel representing health system, payor, and regulator perspectives on how consumer-centric care is transforming healthcare.

               

              2 – 2:30 pm | Break

               

              2:30 – 3:30 pm | Keynote Discussion Panel: “Consumerization of Healthcare”

              MODERATOR:
              Tom Sadvary, FACHE, Vice Chairman, Scottsdale Institute

              PANEL:
              Jon Manis, Deputy CIO, CHRISTUS Health and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
              Dave Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/GM, Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung Electronics America
              Michael Shabot, MD, EVP and Chief Clinical Officer, Memorial Hermann Health System, Executive Committee Member, Scottsdale Institute

               

              3:30 – 4:30 pm | Panel: “The Secrets of Consumer/Digital Health Success”

              MODERATOR:
              Bill Russell, former CIO, St Joseph Health System

              PANEL:
              San Banerjee, Chief Digital Officer, Texas Health Resources
              Cathy Jacobson, President and CEO, Froedtert Health
              Jeff Johnson, Vice President Innovation and Digital Business, Banner Health
              Kevan Mabbutt, Chief Consumer Officer, Intermountain Healthcare

              Possible discussion questions:

              Expectations – What do consumers, providers and payors want from digital health?

              Timetable – When will healthcare achieve the promise of consumer engagement?  How will we know for sure?

              Leadership – Who’s in the best position to spearhead digital health transformation?  Who forms the team of champions?

              Challenges – How do we push past the roadblocks that stand in the way of digital health transformation?

              Agenda – What matters most in the quest for active consumer engagement? What do we do — first, second and third?

              Investment – How and where should leaders invest their digital health dollars?  What about ROI?

               

              4:30 – 6 pm | CIO Roundtable (by invitation)

               

              6:30 pm | Welcome and Networking Reception – Spouses and Guests welcome

               


              THURSDAY, APRIL 11


              6 – 8 am | Fun Run/Hike up Camelback Mountain

               

              7:00 – 8:15 am | CEO Breakfast (by invitation)

               

              7:30 – 8:30 am | Continental Breakfast

               

              8:30 – 9:30 am | CEO Panel: “From the Top: Retooling Tomorrow’s Health System”

              MODERATOR:
              Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

              PANEL:
              Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, President and COO, Ascension
              Howard Kern, FACHE, President and CEO, Sentara Healthcare
              Tom Priselac, President and CEO, Cedars-Sinai Health System
              Ken Samet, FACHE, CEO, MedStar Health

              The panel explores:

              • What is the recipe for re-imagining care delivery?
              • What bets are being made on technology investments?
              • Who is being selected as partners in consumer-centric strategies?
              • Where to find the talent needed to execute these plans?

              Representing five of the largest health systems in the US with over 200 hospitals, $35 million net patient revenue and 1.3 million in-patient admissions, this is THE conversation you’ll want to hear in 2019!

               

              9:30 – 10 am | Break

               

              10 – 11:30 pm | CEO Roundtable and Open Forum: “Retooling Tomorrow’s Health System”

               

              11:30 – 1 pm | Luncheon

               

              1 – 2 pm | Executive Team Presentation: “Cedars Sinai: On Being Nimble – Innovate Faster”

              PANEL:
              Shaun Miller, MD, Associate CMIO, Cedars-Sinai
              Rishabh Puniani, Chief Product Officer, Cedars-Sinai
              Anne Wellington, Managing Director of the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator, Cedars-Sinai

               

              2 – 2:30 pm | Break

               

              2:30 – 4 pm | Panel: “Health System IT Structures of the Future”

              MODERATOR:
              Patrick O’Hare, former SVP and CIO, Spectrum Health, Executive Committee Member, Scottsdale Institute

              PANEL:
              Gerry Lewis, CIO, Ascension and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
              Marcus Shipley, CIO, Trinity and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
              Eric Yablonka, CIO, Stanford and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

              Possible discussion questions:

              How are you addressing the need to show more “value” for the “cost” of IT in your organization?

              With the accelerating accumulation of critical data for real-time care decision interventions, what new structures are evolving for managing data and analytics?

              What are examples from other industries that you are absorbing to increase the “time to value” of your IT infrastructure?

              Who are emerging key partners in this search for IT value and new IT organizational structures?

               

              4 – 5:30 pm | CMIO/CNIO Roundtable (by invitation)

               

              6:30 pm | Reception and Dinner – spouses and guests welcome

               


              FRIDAY, APRIL 12


              8 – 8:30 am | Continental Breakfast

               

              8:30 – 10 am | Panel: “Computer-Aided Care of the Future”

              MODERATOR:
              Jon Manis, Deputy CIO, CHRISTUS Health and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

              PANEL:
              David Bates, MD,Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice, Partners HealthCare System
              Dave Bensema, MD, FACP, former CIO/CMIO, Baptist Health
              Andrew Rosenberg, MD, CIO, Michigan Medicine

              Join the panel’s conversation on technology-enabled care and digital transformation strategy and consider:

              • Where are the best opportunities for innovation in computer-supported care?
              • How quickly could a $20 billion health system create new forms of care delivery?  What barriers stand in the way?
              • Can a new hospital leverage sensors, telemetry, remote monitoring and video to reduce staff operating costs by 50%?
              • Who’s in the best position to spearhead digital innovation in business and care delivery?  How do you make care transformation a team sport?

               

              10 – 10:30 | Presentation: “Who Will Define the Future of the U.S. Healthcare System?”

              Paul H. Keckley, PhD, The Keckley Group

               

              10:30 – 11 am | Break

               

              11 am – 12:30 | Town Hall Forum

              MODERATOR:
              John Glaser, PhD, SVP, Population Health, Cerner Corporation

              PANEL:
              David Classen, MD, CMIO, Pascal Metrics, Associate Professor of Medicine University of Utah, Executive Committee Member, Scottsdale Institute
              Joseph Fifer, President and CEO, Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
              Paul H. Keckley, PhD, The Keckley Group
              Dave Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/GM, Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung Electronics America
              Scott Weingarten, MD, Consultant to the CEO, Professor of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai and CEO, Stanson Health, Board Member, Scottsdale Institute

              The panel explores:

              • How will health systems retool to support consumer-centric health thinking?
              • What is needed in the way of regulatory environment enablers?
              • Is provider-employer direct contracting the answer?
              • Who are the technology partners of the future?
              • Where do Google, Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Microsoft, and Haven factor in?

               

              12:30 – 1 pm | Closing Remarks

              Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

               

              1 pm | Conference Concludes

              Free Afternoon – see options for golf, spa, hikes, jeep rides, etc.

               

              6:30 pm | Post-Conference Dinner – Paradise Valley Country Club – Cocktails followed by dinner at 7 pm

              San Banerjee

              VP Digital Experience at Texas Health Resources

                David W. Bates, MD, MSc

                Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine at Partners HealthCare System

                  Dave Bensema, MD

                  Former CIO/CMIO at Baptist Health

                    David Classen MD, MS

                    Professor of Medicine, University of Utah; CMIO, Pascal Metrics

                      Joseph J. Fifer FHFMA, CPA

                      President and CEO, Healthcare Financial Management Association

                        John Glaser PhD

                        Adjunct Professor, Health Care Management Department, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

                          Janet Guptill, FACHE, CPHIMS

                          Executive Director, Scottsdale Institute

                            Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, MHA

                            President and Chief Operating Officer, Ascension

                              Catherine Jacobson

                              President & Chief Executive Officer at Froedtert Health

                                Jeff Johnson

                                VP of Innovation and Digital Business, Banner Health

                                  Paul Keckley, PhD

                                  Managing Editor, The Keckley Report; Managing Partner, The Keckley Group

                                    Howard P. Kern, FACHE

                                    President and CEO at Sentara Healthcare

                                      Gerry Lewis

                                      CIO at Ascension and CEO at Ascension Information Services

                                        Kevan Mabbutt

                                        Senior Vice President and Chief Consumer Officer at Intermountain Healthcare

                                          Shaun Miller, MD, MBA

                                          Associate CMIO at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

                                            Patrick J. O’Hare

                                            Former SVP Facilities and CIO, Spectrum Health System

                                              Thomas M. Priselac

                                              President and CEO, Warschaw Law Chair in Health Care Leadership, President and CEO, Cedars-Sinai Health System

                                                Rishabh Puniani

                                                Chief Product Officer, Cedars-Sinai

                                                  David Rhew, MD

                                                  CMO and VP GM of Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare at Samsung Electronics of America

                                                    Andrew Rosenberg, MD

                                                    CIO, Michigan Medicine

                                                      Bill Russell

                                                      Former CIO at St. Joseph Health

                                                        Tom Sadvary, FACHE

                                                        Vice Chairman at Scottsdale Institute; former CEO at HonorHealth

                                                          Kenneth Samet

                                                          President and CEO at MedStar Health

                                                            M. Michael Shabot, MD, FACS, FCCM, FACMI

                                                            Former EVP and System CCO, Memorial Hermann Health System

                                                              Marcus B. Shipley

                                                              SVP and CIO, Trinity Health

                                                                Donald C. Wegmiller, FACHE

                                                                Chairman at Scottsdale Institute; Chairman and CEO at C-Suite Resources

                                                                  Scott Weingarten MD, MPH

                                                                  CEO, Stanson Health; Consultant to CEO and Professor of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai

                                                                    Anne Wellington

                                                                    Managing Director, Cedars-Sinai Accelerator

                                                                      Eric Yablonka

                                                                      CIO and Associate Dean, Stanford Health Care and School of Medicine

                                                                        WED APR 10 | 1:15 – 2 pm | OPENING KEYNOTE PREVIEW: “CONSUMERIZATION OF HEALTHCARE”

                                                                        FRI APR 10 | 1:15 – 2 pm | Closing KEYNOTE PREVIEW: “WHO WILL DEFINE THE FUTURE OF THE U.S. HEALTHCARE SYSTEM?”

                                                                        Engage with David Rhew, MD, our Opening Keynote speaker, on the subject of “Consumerization of Healthcare”, and Paul Keckley, PhD, our Closing Keynote speaker, on the topic of “Who Will Define the Future of the U.S. Healthcare System?”

                                                                        Join these industry thought leaders as they challenge us to redesign the healthcare system of the future at our 26th SI Annual Conference, April 10-12, at the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, Arizona.

                                                                        David Rhew, MD | Chief Medical Officer and
                                                                        VP/General Manager of Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare | Samsung Electronics America
                                                                        Paul Keckley, PhD | Managing Editor, The Keckley Report | Healthcare Policy Analyst and Futurist

                                                                        Some of the questions we will examine:

                                                                        • What is the promise of breakthrough technologies to transform the definition of “health” in our future?
                                                                        • How are consumers becoming the driving force for healthcare delivery transformation?
                                                                        • When will the barriers be broken to facilitate consumer-driven healthcare?
                                                                        • Who will be the provider health systems leading the way?

                                                                        Dave Rhew, MD, will show you the future of health through the lens of Samsung’s current capabilities in virtual reality, vital sign monitoring and consumer apps for social engagement and personal safety.

                                                                        Paul Keckley, PhD, will challenge you to capitalize on the promise of healthcare technology while managing mounting costs and uncertain return.

                                                                        These are the conversations you can’t afford to miss!

                                                                        WED APR 10 | 3:30 – 4:30 pm

                                                                        Panel PREVIEW: “The Secrets of Consumer/Digital Health Success”

                                                                        Join leaders from Banner, Intermountain, Froedert, and Texas Health Resources as they mine “The Secrets of Consumer/Digital Health Success” during our 26th Annual Conference.

                                                                        San Banerjee, Cathy Jacobson, Jeff Johnson and Kevan Mabbutt aren’t your typical executives.  They’re innovators, architects, champions, and investors leading the vanguard of digital health transformation.

                                                                        San Banerjee | VP Digital Experience | Texas Health Resources
                                                                        Catherine Jacobson at Froedtert Health
                                                                        Catherine Jacobson | President & CEO | Froedtert Health
                                                                        Jeff Johnson of Banner Health
                                                                        Jeff Johnson | VP of Innovation and Digital Business |
                                                                        Banner Health
                                                                        Kevan Mabbutt
                                                                        Kevan Mabbutt | SVP and Chief Consumer Officer | Intermountain Healthcare

                                                                        Be there as we probe what the latest advances in digital health mean for clinical outcomes and business performance.   Here are just some of the questions we’ll explore:

                                                                        Expectations – What do consumers, providers and payors want from digital health?

                                                                        Timetable – When will healthcare achieve the promise of consumer engagement?  How will we know for sure?

                                                                        Leadership – Who’s in the best position to spearhead digital health transformation?  Who forms the team of champions?

                                                                        Challenges – How do we push past the roadblocks that stand in the way of digital health transformation?

                                                                        Agenda – What matters most in the quest for active consumer engagement? What do we do — first, second and third?

                                                                        Investment – How and where should leaders invest their digital health dollars?  What about ROI?

                                                                        THU APR 11 | 8:30 – 9:30 AM

                                                                        PANEL PREVIEW: “FROM THE TOP: RETOOLING TOMORROW’S HEALTH SYSTEM”

                                                                        Join our panel of CEOs as they share their vision for designing the healthcare system of the future. Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, Howard Kern, FACHE, Tom Priselac, Ken Samet, FACHE, and Gene Woods, FACHE, discuss and Don Wegmiller, FACHE, moderates.

                                                                        Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, MHA
                                                                        Joseph R. Impicciche, JD | President and COO | ASCENSION
                                                                        Howard Kern of Sentara Healthcare
                                                                        Howard Kern, FACHE | President and CEO | SENTARA HEALTHCARE
                                                                        Tom Priselac of Cedars-Sinai Health System
                                                                        Tom Priselac | President and CEO | CEDARS-SINAI HEALTH SYSTEM
                                                                        Kenneth Samet of MedStar Health
                                                                        Ken Samet, FACHE | President and CEO | MEDSTAR HEALTH
                                                                        Eugene Woods, MBA, MHA of Atrium Health
                                                                        Gene Woods, FACHE | President and CEO | ATRIUM HEALTH
                                                                        Don Wegmiller
                                                                        Don Wegmiller, FACHE | Chairman | SCOTTSDALE INSTITUTE | Chairman and CEO | C-SUITE RESOURCES

                                                                        The panel explores:

                                                                        • What is the recipe for re-imagining care delivery?
                                                                        • What bets are being made on technology investments?
                                                                        • Who is being selected as partners in consumer-centric strategies?
                                                                        • Where to find the talent needed to execute these plans?

                                                                        Representing five of the largest health systems in the US with over 200 hospitals, $35 million net patient revenue and 1.3 million in-patient admissions, this is THE conversation you’ll want to hear in 2019!

                                                                        THU APR 11 | 2:30 – 4:00 PM

                                                                        PANEL PREVIEW: “HEALTH SYSTEM IT STRUCTURES OF THE FUTURE”

                                                                        Are we a health system or are we a software company?

                                                                        Join Patrick O’Hare, Gerry Lewis, Marcus Shipley and Eric Yablonka as they examine “Health System IT Structures of the Future” at our 26th SI Annual Conference.

                                                                        Patrick O'Hare | Former SVP and CIO, Spectrum Health | Executive Committee, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Patrick O’Hare | Former SVP and CIO, Spectrum Health | Executive Committee, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Gerry Lewis | CIO, Ascension | Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Gerry Lewis | CIO, Ascension | Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                         

                                                                        Marcus Shipley of Trinity Health
                                                                        Marcus Shipley | CIO, Trinity | Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Eric Yablonka of Stanford Healthcare
                                                                        Eric Yablonka | CIO, Stanford | Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        Bring your ideas, insights and questions to the conversation with these CIO thought leaders as they consider:

                                                                        • Where’s healthcare IT going and how does that movement shape the CIO role?
                                                                        • How does IT innovate faster?
                                                                        • How do you integrate IT operations with digital health, analytics and consumerism?

                                                                        FRI APR 12 | 8:30 – 10:00 Am

                                                                        PANEL PREVIEW: “COMPUTER-AIDED CARE OF THE FUTURE”

                                                                        Explore leading edge thinking regarding technology-supported care models as our panel of CIOs examines the “Computer-Aided Care of the Future.”

                                                                        Andrew Rosenberg of Michigan Medicine
                                                                        Andrew Rosenberg MD | CIO | Michigan Medicine

                                                                        “Budget, security, regulation,  workflow, culture, and tradition may  stand in the way of digital disruption and care innovation.  We need to break through these barriers and move toward more mobile healthcare.”

                                                                        Jon Manis | Deputy CIO, CHRISTUS Health | Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        “Health systems may be clinging to an antiquated business model.  New players like Smile Direct and Heartbeat are chipping away at our business model, offering convenience, access and immediacy of service.  We need to think and execute differently.”

                                                                        David W. Bates, MD, MSc, Medical Director of Clinical and Quality Analysis, Information Systems at Partners HealthCare System, Inc.
                                                                        David W. Bates, MD, MSc | Medical Director of Clinical and Quality Analysis, Information Systems | Partners HealthCare System, Inc.

                                                                        “Artificial intelligence could move us toward ‘precision delivery,’ in which recommendations are personalized to the individual across a wide array of domains.”

                                                                        David J. Bensema, MD, MBA, FACP
                                                                        Dave Bensema, MD, FACP, | Former CIO/CMIO | Baptist Health

                                                                        “Consumers of health care come with an overlay of anxiety, urgency, and sense of loss of control that differentiate them from consumers of other goods and services. How will our apps and end-user interfaces meet the need for reassurance, access, and empowerment?”

                                                                        Join the panel’s conversation on technology-enabled care and digital transformation strategy and consider:

                                                                        • Where are the best opportunities for innovation in computer-supported care?
                                                                        • How quickly could a $20 billion health system create new forms of care delivery?  What barriers stand in the way?
                                                                        • Can a new hospital leverage sensors, telemetry, remote monitoring and video to reduce staff operating costs by 50%?
                                                                        • Who’s in the best position to spearhead digital innovation in business and care delivery?  How do you make care transformation a team sport?

                                                                        FRI APR 12 | 11 AM – 12:30 PM

                                                                        PREVIEW: “town hall forum”

                                                                        Join industry thought leaders David Classen, MD, Joe Fifer, Paul Keckley, PhD, Dave Rhew, MD, Scott Weingarten, MD as they digest the week’s discussions, debate the “hope vs hype” of consumer-centric technologies, and challenge us to rethink the healthcare system of the future.  John Glaser, PhD moderates.

                                                                        David Classen, MD of Pascal Metrics, Inc.
                                                                        David Classen, MD, CMIO, PASCAL METRICS | Assoc. Professor of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH | Executive Committee Member, SCOTTSDALE INSTITUTE
                                                                        Joe Fifer of Healthcare Financial Mgmnt Assoc
                                                                        Joe Fifer, President and CEO, HEALTHCARE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (HFMA)
                                                                        Paul Keckley, PhD, of The Keckley Report
                                                                        Paul Keckley, PhD, Managing Editor, THE KECKLEY REPORT | Healthcare Policy Analyst and Futurist
                                                                        David Rhew, MD Chief Medical Officer and VP/General Manager of Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare Samsung Electronics America
                                                                        David Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/General Manager of
                                                                        Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA
                                                                        Scott Weingarten, MD, MPH
                                                                        Scott Weingarten, MD, MPH, Consultant to the CEO; 
                                                                        Professor of Medicine, CEDARS-SINAI | CEO, STANSON HEALTH | Board Member, SCOTTSDALE INSTITUTE
                                                                        John Glaser, PhD of Cerner
                                                                        John Glaser, PhD, SVP, Population Health, CERNER | Advisor, SCOTTSDALE INSTITUTE

                                                                        The panel explores:

                                                                        • How will health systems retool to support consumer-centric health thinking?
                                                                        • What is needed in the way of regulatory environment enablers?
                                                                        • Is provider-employer direct contracting the answer?
                                                                        • Who are the technology partners of the future?
                                                                        • Where do Google, Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Microsoft, and Haven factor in?

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                                                                        DAY ONE | WED APR 10, 2019

                                                                        Welcome and Annual Report

                                                                        Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

                                                                        Keynote: Consumerization of Healthcare

                                                                        David Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/GM, Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung Electronics America

                                                                        Keynote Discussion Panel: Consumerization of Healthcare

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        Tom Sadvary, FACHE, Vice Chairman, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        Jon Manis, Deputy CIO, CHRISTUS Health and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Dave Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/GM, Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung Electronics America
                                                                        Michael Shabot, MD, EVP and Chief Clinical Officer, Memorial Hermann Health System, Executive Committee Member, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        Panel: The Secrets of Consumer/Digital Health Success

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        Bill Russell, former CIO, St Joseph Health System

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        San Banerjee, Chief Digital Officer, Texas Health Resources
                                                                        Cathy Jacobson, President and CEO, Froedtert Health
                                                                        Jeff Johnson, Vice President Innovation and Digital Business, Banner Health
                                                                        Kevan Mabbutt, Chief Consumer Officer, Intermountain Healthcare

                                                                        DAY TWO | THU APR 11, 2019

                                                                        CEO Panel: From the Top – Retooling Tomorrow’s Health System

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, President and COO, Ascension
                                                                        Howard Kern, FACHE, President and CEO, Sentara Healthcare
                                                                        Tom Priselac, President and CEO, Cedars-Sinai Health System
                                                                        Ken Samet, FACHE, CEO, MedStar Health

                                                                        CEO Roundtable and Open Forum: Retooling Tomorrow’s Health System

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        Joseph R. Impicciche, JD, President and COO, Ascension
                                                                        Howard Kern, FACHE, President and CEO, Sentara Healthcare
                                                                        Tom Priselac, President and CEO, Cedars-Sinai Health System
                                                                        Ken Samet, FACHE, CEO, MedStar Health

                                                                        Executive Team Presentation: Cedars-Sinai on Being Nimble – Innovate Faster

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        Shaun Miller, MD, Associate CMIO, Cedars-Sinai
                                                                        Rishabh Puniani, Chief Product Officer, Cedars-Sinai
                                                                        Anne Wellington, Managing Director of the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator, Cedars-Sinai

                                                                        Panel: Health System IT Structures of the Future

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        Patrick O’Hare, former SVP and CIO, Spectrum Health, Executive Committee Member, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        Gerry Lewis, CIO, Ascension and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Marcus Shipley, CIO, Trinity and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Eric Yablonka, CIO, Stanford and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        DAY THREE | FRI APR 12, 2019

                                                                        Panel: Computer-Aided Care of the Future

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        Jon Manis, Deputy CIO, CHRISTUS Health and Advisor, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        David Bates, MD, Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice, Partners HealthCare System
                                                                        Dave Bensema, MD, FACP, former CIO/CMIO, Baptist Health
                                                                        Andrew Rosenberg, MD, CIO, Michigan Medicine

                                                                        Presentation: Who Will Define the Future of the U.S. Healthcare System?

                                                                        Paul H. Keckley, PhDThe Keckley Group

                                                                        Town Hall Forum

                                                                        MODERATOR:
                                                                        John Glaser, PhD, SVP, Population Health, Cerner Corporation

                                                                        PANEL:
                                                                        David Classen, MD, CMIO, Pascal Metrics, Associate Professor of Medicine University of Utah, Executive Committee Member, Scottsdale Institute
                                                                        Joseph Fifer, President and CEO, Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
                                                                        Paul H. Keckley, PhDThe Keckley Group
                                                                        Dave Rhew, MD, CMO and VP/GM, Enterprise (B2B) Healthcare, Samsung Electronics America
                                                                        Scott Weingarten, MD, Consultant to the CEO, Professor of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai and CEO, Stanson Health, Board Member, Scottsdale Institute

                                                                        Closing Remarks

                                                                        Don Wegmiller, FACHE, Chairman, Scottsdale Institute, Chairman and Co-Founder, C-Suite Resources

                                                                            Quinn Solomon

                                                                            Quinn Solomon

                                                                            Quinn is a Principal at Deloitte and is the Digital Health Leader within Deloitte Digital. With over 15 years of experience working in the Plan and Provider sectors, Quinn has helped leading health care organizations to enhance their customer experience, deploy consumer-facing technologies across multi-channel platforms, and improve margins through efficient deployment of cloud-based and analytic technologies. He focuses at the intersection of digital technologies with the health care system through Patient/Member Experience, Customer Relationship Management, Social & Marketing Services, Digital Transformation Strategy, and IOT Technologies. Quinn leads Deloitte’s Digital Health practice covering investments in pre-built digital solutions and accelerators for Health Plan and Provider clients and is responsible for Deloitte’s go to market relationship with relevant technology and software vendors in the Plans and Provider sectors. Representative Clients Served:
                                                                            • Health Providers: Banner Health, Sutter Health, Northwestern Medical, NorthShore University Health System, Kaiser Permanente, Stanford Health Care, Providence St. Joseph Health, NYU Langone, Northwell, Duke University Health System, and Hospital Corp. of America
                                                                            • Health Plans: Aetna, Anthem, Humana, Highmark, BCBS Association, HCSC, Healthfirst, Fidelis, Priority Health, Florida Blue, and Tufts Health Plan
                                                                            • Government Health: Military Health and Veteran’s Administration and various State & Local Public Health Departments
                                                                            • Affiliated Organizations: Philips Health Care, Salesforce.com, Apple, Rock Health, Qualcomm, and others
                                                                            Updated March 2019
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                                                                                Peggy Vander Meulen, MSN, RN

                                                                                Peggy Vander Meulen, MSN, RN

                                                                                Peggy received her BSN from the University of Michigan graduating Summa Cum Laude and earned her Master’s degree in Health Administration from Grand Valley State University. As Program Director for Strong Beginnings, a federal Healthy Start project that seeks to improve maternal-child health among African Americans and Latinas, Peggy manages an interdisciplinary program providing services to underserved pregnant women and their families since 2004. Before that she served for eight years as the Maternal Infant Health Coordinator for three urban clinics. She co-chairs a ninety-member community coalition working to eliminate disparities in birth outcomes with a focus on social determinants of health, racial equity, and community engagement. The previous 25 years were spent as medical contractor for Peace Corps in the Caribbean and as a consultant for maternal-child health programs in Central America, Bangladesh, and West Africa. She developed community-based primary health care projects and advised national organizations on maternal-child health, integrated development, and program planning. She designed programs to train Community Health Workers and Traditional Birth Attendants, produced extensive low-literacy curricula, and launched several inter-agency collaborative partnerships. Peggy serves on numerous coalitions locally and state-wide, on the National Healthy Start Association Board, and the National Evaluation Workgroup. She has been the recipient of several awards including the Excellence in Leadership Award, Service to Children Award, and the national CityMatCH Innovative Practice Award.

                                                                                    Strong Beginnings Program at Spectrum Reduces Infant Mortality

                                                                                    Peggy Vander Meulen, MSN, RN
                                                                                    Peggy Vander Meulen, MSN, RN

                                                                                    Peggy Vander Meulen, Program Director Strong Beginnings – Healthy Start, Spectrum Health. Strong Beginnings is a partnership of eight agencies working to improve the health and well-being of African American and Latin families during pregnancy and early childhood and to eliminate racial disparities in birth outcomes in Kent County, Michigan. The program provides in-home family support services, education, referrals, and mental health counseling. And it strives to improve the overall system of care through a community consortium of ninety members. The holistic approach addresses the many social determinants that impact maternal and child health with a special focus on dismantling racism and promoting racial equity.

                                                                                        Kamal Jethwani, MD

                                                                                        Kamal Jethwani, MD, MPH

                                                                                        Senior Director, Partners Connected Health Innovation Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School As the Senior Director of Connected Health Innovation (CHI), Kamal Jethwani leads a multidisciplinary team in creating and validating innovative, technology-enabled solutions to re-imagine the healthcare experience. His team is engaged in needs assessments across the system, product development and evaluations, and rigorous research to prove the value and outcomes of using connected health solutions. Their innovations are routinely scaled and made part of the usual care provided to Partners’ patients. Kamal is also actively engaged in working with industry partners to scale innovations outside of Partners through strategic partnerships and licensing opportunities. Kamal focuses on enabling better care delivery by improving patient engagement, patient-provider communication, and patient satisfaction with care using technology-enabled solutions. His work so far has shown that programs that are personalized to each patient’s unique psychology and needs forge higher engagement, and in turn, better outcomes. Kamal continues to develop analytic and programmatic modalities to improve the personalization of connected health. He has worked extensively with sensor technology, wearables, and mobile as well as social media to deliver care to patients. The ability to personalize care and understand behavioral motivations that dictate health choices remains central to all his work at Partners CHI.
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                                                                                            Robert S. Kahn, MD, MPH

                                                                                            Robert S. Kahn, MD, MPH

                                                                                            Robert S. Kahn, MD, MPH, is a general pediatrician and child health researcher. Dr. Kahn’s main interest lies at  the intersection of poverty and child health, trying to understand what leads to worse health among poor children, and where me might intervene most effectively. He focuses on the most common pediatric conditions such as asthma and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). His work includes both NIH-funded research, but also a focus on building practical collaborations with the most effective community agencies. Dr. Kahn attended Princeton University and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. At Children’s Hospital in Boston, he completed his residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in primary care research. At the same time, he obtained a Master of Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Kahn came to Cincinnati Children’s in 1999 as an assistant professor of pediatrics within the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Currently, he is a professor and associate director of the Division of General and Community Pediatrics. He now helps to direct the Community Health initiative in the Strategic Plan, and he is co-director of the Cincinnati Child-Health Law Partnership.

                                                                                            Research Interests

                                                                                            Parental health as a mediator of poverty’s effects on children; social and economic disparities in children’s health; interaction of genes and environment in common childhood diseases

                                                                                            Academic Affiliation

                                                                                            ProfessorUC Department of Pediatrics

                                                                                            Divisions

                                                                                            General and Community Pediatrics, General and Community Pediatrics Bio from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
                                                                                            Bio posted August 2018
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                                                                                                Andrew Beck, MD, MPH

                                                                                                Dr. Beck strives to improve population health outcomes by focusing on the identification and mitigation of key social, economic, and environmental determinants of health. He sees patients as a primary care and hospitalist pediatrician. For his efforts, he has been recognized with the Cincinnati Children’s Junior Faculty Award for Service and Advocacy and has been recognized by the Cincinnati Business Courier as a member of the region’s 40 under 40.
                                                                                                Bio posted August 2018
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