HIMSS Europe and Health 2.0 Conference
Sitges, Barcelona 27-29 May 2018
Under Invitation Only.
27 May, 2018
9:30h - 17:00h
Healthcare information technology professionals have been leading the way in implementing electronic health records, clinical informatics and analytics, and patient-centered care. But now healthcare is seeing disruption at every turn with the introduction of artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, social networking platforms and wearable technology. What will this quantum change mean to healthcare and what can HIT executives do to direct their organisations toward effective adoption and use of these powerful new capabilities? Healthcare is exploring the potential for these technologies to make services more efficient, anticipate demand and tailor treatment. Decisions can be more transparent and evidence-based, the right care can be offered to patients based on their personal needs, safety and security threats can be recognized and responded to quickly, and healthcare professionals can have data available for every action and decision.
Patient experience is being translated into the patient ecosystem. "Always on" services and learning are becoming expected by patients and the healthcare workforce. How are the best HIT executives reinventing their leadership in the face of digital transformation? How must they work with their executive peers and technology partners to create the climate to lead through the disruption of new technologies, increasing innovation and transformational change? In this programme, executive faculty will share their views on the challenges and opportunities for digital transformation and the implications for HIT leadership.
Harold Wolf, President & CEO, HIMSS
Russ Branzell, FCHIME, CHCIO, President & CEO, CHIME
Keith Fraidenburg, MBA, Executive Vice President & COO, CHIME
Albert Oriol, CHCIO, CIO, Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego
With the participation of:
Robert Wachter, MD, Chair of the Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; Author, The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age