October 16, 2018 – October 17, 2018 FOUR SEASONS HOTEL DENVER, CO
Healthcare leaders are working tirelessly to improve patient access to care, reduce costs, improve the quality of care, and answer growing patient demands.
New technology like Telehealth, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Robotics, 3D Printing, and more are enhancing the patient experience. This October, The Millennium Alliance is bringing together CIOs from North America’s leading Health Systems to discuss how the industry is digitally transforming with the influence of these technologies.
First and foremost, John is a thinker. A thinker entrenched in the world of science, medicine and innovation. John is the founder of NOSTALAB—a digital health think tank. He’s currently ranked as the #1 global influencer in digital health and generally regarded as one of the top global strategic and creative thinkers in this important and expanding area. He is also one the most popular speakers around the globe presenting his vibrant and insightful perspective on the future of health innovation. Unwilling to accept the status quo, he’s a contrarian with a focus the future of health and wellness.
A leading voice in the convergence of technology and health, Nosta helps define, dissect and deliberate global trends in digital health. He is consistently ranked among the top names in almost every digital health list and has sustained that position for several years. Beyond simply an influencer, John is also defined as “most admired” to “top disruptor” in digital health, life sciences and the pharmaceutical industry. He is also a member of the Google Health Advisory Board, pens HEALTH CRITICAL for Forbes-- a top global blog on health technology and THE DIGITAL SELF for Psychology Today—a leading blog focused on the digital transformation of humanity. He is also on the faculty of Exponential Medicine.
×Daniel R. Levinson Inspector General, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services - Office of Inspector General
×Dr. Vindell Washington National Coordinator, US Dept. of Health & Human Services
Dr. Vindell Washington is the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and provides high-level executive direction and leadership for ONC programs, operations, and policies and advances key Administration initiatives, such as delivery system reform, the Precision Medicine Initiative, and implementation of the Interoperability Roadmap.
Prior to joining ONC, Dr. Washington served as the President of the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOLHS) Medical Group and as the health system’s Chief Medical Information Officer. The FMOL Health System is headquartered in Baton Rouge and has five acute care hospitals and affiliated facilities located throughout Louisiana provide care to 40% of the state’s population.
Dr. Washington's primary responsibility was to develop and execute ambulatory strategies for the health system with a focus on transforming ambulatory care delivery models. In this role, he led over 500 physicians, advanced practitioners and 1,400 employees in more than 70 care locations throughout Louisiana. Additionally, his responsibilities included quality and process improvement.
He was also the senior accountable executive for information technology for FMOLHS. During his tenure, the health system has been an early adopter of technology including solutions including the integration of medical device information into the electronic health record and the widespread deployment of clinical decision support within the provider documentation workflow. FMOLHS has been recognized as an Information Week Top 500 Company and the institution’s help desk has won the Help Desk Institute best in class award.
Before joining FMOLHS, Dr. Washington served as CEO of Piedmont Healthcare Management Group (PHMG) in Charlotte, North Carolina where he led the development efforts of coding and billing process technologies. PHMG was sold to Anodyne Health, which in turn was acquired by AthenaHealth. Before PHMG, he was president and CEO of Piedmont Emergency Medicine Associates, also located in Charlotte, NC, where he led a 70 provider hospitalist medicine and emergency medicine group.
Dr. Washington received a Bachelor of Science from Pennsylvania State University and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Virginia. He earned his Master of Science in Healthcare Management from the Harvard University School of Public Health. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Brian is a nationally recognized expert on health IT with a focus on data exchange and analytics. He is the Director of Standards and Government Affairs at Medicity, which is a subsidiary of Aetna. He serves on the Interoperability and HIE Workgroup of the HIT Policy Committee. Brian is a founding Board member of DirectTrust, a non-profit whose aim is the establishment and maintenance of a Trust Framework for Direct message exchange. Brian has been active in numerous S&I Framework Initiatives as well as HIMSS workgroups, and also serves on the Board of the Oregon Chapter of HIMSS.
Rahul is currently responsible for collaborating with C-level executives at AHIP's Health Plan/IDN Membership and across multi-institutional stakeholders to develop and implement innovative frameworks and unique approaches that lead to accelerated adoption of mission critical initiatives that ensure the delivery of high quality care and improve consumers ability to receive needed care all while driving down the cost of care received.
Rahul has extensive practical knowledge in creating new, multi-stakeholder, collaborative business models as well as integrating proven next gen digital health solutions that create a more simple and positive consumer care experience. His role expands to include the creation of innovative care pathways, normalizing and sharing of data assets for proper segmentation, developing actionable and personalized programs and tools that ensure measurable behavior change imperative for desired health outcomes. He continues to help develop, test, measure and iterate innovative initiatives that increase efficiencies for all key Healthcare stakeholders as they collectively focus on outcomes-centric care.
Rahul's most recent brainchild is the 26,000 sq ft AHIP Innovation Lab in Chicago's West Loop. He is responsible for creating the Lab's one of a kind concept, continues to fulfill its mission of delivering an invaluable resource for AHIP Membership, ecosystem stakeholders and solution providers and leads all of the Lab's collaborative and confidential Solution Working Groups that involve individual payers, providers, employers, consumers, manufacturers, MedTech, innovative solution providers and the AHIP Innovation Lab's trusted and crucial Inaugural Partners.
Prior to joining AHIP, Rahul held a leadership role as a founding employee of a successful digital Healthcare start-up based in Washington DC. Along with the company's co-founders, Rahul was instrumental in developing a multifaceted consumer tool as well as leading the company's "go to market" strategy resulting in successful market penetration and revenue growth for the industry's first consumer-led shared decision making and treatment selection platform.
Rahul was recently named one of the American Journal of Health Promotion's2017 Innovators and Game Changers and Accenture Perspectives: Minds Driving the Future of Business. In 2016, Frost & Sullivan presented Rahul and the AHIP Innovation Lab with one of their highest honors, their Global Visionary Innovation Leadership Award.
Don is a seasoned Health Policy Administrator with over 20 years’ experience within the publically financed healthcare administration field. He is a Principal with Health Management Associates, a national Health Care Policy Research firm that specializes in Medicaid and Safety-Net Healthcare systems. He has served in Medicaid program leadership roles at both the State and Federal level. He experience includes inplementation of Health Care Reform in Massachusettes in 2006 and ACA implementation with CMS.
At HMA, he works with States, Health Plans, and Technology firms navigating complex Federal and State policies. He advises clients on innovative approaches to new program development and improvements.
×PIERRE VIGILANCE Associate Dean for Practice, Milken Institute School of Public Health
Health is the result of our collective success in a number of sectors ranging from education and housing, to employment, economic development, and healthcare. Dr. Pierre Vigilance brings this consideration, and his passion for systems-level thinking to ensure that the teaching, advisory, and partnership development he brings to projects is driven by the objective to improve health.He has held leadership positions in the non-profit, government, education, and consulting sectors, and uses his understanding of health’s complex roots to designing health programs, establishing novel partnerships, team building and leadership development. He is the CEO of HealthUp, a social impact focused strategic advisory company that uses his public health practice experience and design thinking to facilitate the creation of practical approaches to improving population health outcomes.
Dr. Vigilance also currently serves in teaching, administrative, and management roles as the Associate Dean for Public Health Practice and an Associate Professor of Health Policy &; Management at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining GW he spent 11 years in public service including eight years in Baltimore where he became known for his work with opioid dependent patients, and his efforts to improve access to healthcare; and three years in the District of Columbia where he led the Department of Health to successes in evaluation, capital development, and response to novel health threats. A native of London, England with West Indian heritage, Pierre currently resides in Philadelphia. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in English Literature from George Washington University, his Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees from Johns Hopkins University.