February 3-4, 2016
eHEALTH INITIATIVE’s 2016 Annual Conference & Member Meeting, February 3-4 in Washington, DC will bring together the most influential leaders from across the healthcare spectrum to discuss critical issues related to the use of data and technology to improve healthcare for all Americans.
Unlike other conferences, eHealth Initiative’s Annual Conference includes a variety of perspectives and stakeholders in a neutral environment, including a series of interactive panels and best practices. The event draws hundreds of attendees from professional societies, patient advocacy groups, payers, health systems, pharmacies, labs, medical device manufacturers and many other key constituencies.
Sessions will focus on creating interoperable systems for new care delivery models, with a strong emphasis on supporting transitions of care.
- eHI iTHRIVE Innovators – Where are they now?
- eHI’s 2020 Roadmap – What has been Accomplished on the Road to Healthcare Transformation?
- Health IT and Healthcare Debate: Will the 2016 Election End the Gridlock?
- The Future of Telemedicine
- Social Determinants: Does Where You Live Impact Your Health?
- Interoperability: Best Practices and Use Cases
- Public/Private Partnership – Working Together on Interoperability
- Cybersecurity: Perspectives from Payers, Providers and Pharma
- Rise of Alternative Payment Models and Value Based Care
- Aging in Place – Innovation to Support a Growing Demographic
- Health and Wellness: Building an Engaged and Informed Population
- Influential Women Leaders in Health and Technology
- The Growth of “Smart” Technology in Healthcare
- Population Health and Analytics
- Charles Jaffe, Chief Executive Officer, HL7
- Marian Yeager, Chief Executive Officer, The Sequoia Project
- Jitin Asnaani, Executive Director, CommonWell Health Alliance
Transforming healthcare is expensive and requires collaboration amongst many stakeholder groups and organizations. Partnerships between the private sector and the public sector are critical to effective interoperability. By both sides bringing something to the table, the goal of interoperability becomes stronger. Hear from CEOs leading interoperability initiatives.
Learn more at the eHI 2016 Annual Conference & Membership Meeting. Register today!