Healthcare & Life Sciences IT & Security Leaders Content Week Agenda

The accelerated digital transformation in 2020 means more health systems now have the technical capabilities to practice precision medicine and inch closer to predictive analytics.

This session will focus on some industry examples of Healthcare organizations on the forefront of the use of predictive analytics and machine learning-powered models.

Chris Hutchins, VP, Chief Data & Analytics Officer, Northwell Health System

The urge to turn to technological “shiny objects” should be resisted. This year – and even into 2022 – is not the time for quick technology purchasing decisions. Instead, response to the events of 2020 has called for all IT hands on deck to adapt care delivery to situational safety. Any efforts to modernize or optimize technology already in place likely have been pushed to the back burner. Existing technology in the current portfolio is likely underutilized.

Join this interactive roundtable to discuss the key objectives for CIOs and CISOs looking to ramp up the technology to meet strategic projects identified pre-pandemic.

While CMS and big payers relaxed regulations on telehealth to help providers continue safely offering care during the pandemic, hospitals and health systems will continue needing to address how to incorporate virtual care as part of their long-term care strategy after the public health emergency ends.

Digital leaders are now looking beyond COVID-19 to redefine their telehealth and remote care programs for the longer term.

2020 helped pave the way for advancements in EHR interoperability and standardization. With the federal government’s new regulations, which aim to help patients gain better control of their health data via smartphone apps, interoperability is expected to increase between providers, payers and health tech developers.

More hospitals and health systems are also making the transition to cloud platforms to host their EHRs and information systems to offer real-time data insights and more storage solutions.

Modernizing IT starts with deploying an efficient, agile hybrid cloud architecture – but this is easier said than done. Legacy status quo bias alongside a frequently imprecise public cloud strategy lead to lengthy and costly migration journeys.

Which applications should be in public, and which in private cloud? This roundtable discussion is a great opportunity to learn what type of challenges and opportunities your peers have encountered in their IT modernization journeys.

Make sure you sign up early! This intimate roundtable session will be capped at 50 participants.

The past 12 months shed light on how technology could improve operations in the healthcare field. Those previously hesitant to move forward with cloud computing in healthcare may be more open to it now. Technology has shown the ability to make healthcare more efficient and predictive, connecting people by allowing patients and clinicians flexibility over seeking and giving care from less traditional locations.

This session will cover how Healthcare Providers, Payers and Life Sciences alike can maximize their use of cloud technology to ensure they stay ahead of the curve for years to come.

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Sebastien Shahvandi, Chief Revenue Officer, Hypori

With an increasingly heightened focus on security, but budgets still averaging at less than 5% of total IT spend, navigating the technology assessing the right investments to make is imperative.

Join this roundtable session for a candid discussion on best practices for qualifying security technology to ensure you avoid expensive mistakes.

Make sure you sign up early! This intimate roundtable session will be capped at 50 participants.

Last year the healthcare industry was inundated with an unprecedented level of ransomware attacks, with many healthcare providers introducing a remote workforce for the first time ever and having to lay off staff, including IT and security. The volume of ransomware attacks does not look to be dwindling anytime soon, and Healthcare organizations need to ensure they have the right infrastructure and strategy in place to fight back.

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