March 6-9, 2022 Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL
Ready to transform digital healthcare?
ViVE merges the leadership of CHIME and the digital marketplace of HLTH to create a technology event focused on the business of transformation in healthcare.
A star-studded line-up of speakers have signed on to contribute from all over the health care industry. Here are some we would like to highlight. Check the conference site agenda for updated locations for these sessions and events. See you in Miami!
Sunday, March 6
UC Davis Health Digital CoLab and Finn Partners Future & Health Event
Time: 2:00 – 5:00 pm ET
Future and Health: Converting IT from Cost Centers to Revenue and Growth Centers (Presented by UC Davis Health & FINN Partners)
The technological wave in digital health and medicine requires CIOs and CDO’s to broaden their role, to interact with, oversee and most importantly, develop innovation within the healthcare system. However, there is no clear roadmap for digital transformation that applies to all organizations and CIOs have to take on the role of CDOs, Chief Innovation Officers or Chief Transformation Officers or have to develop meaningful partnerships with them.
During this summit, we will convene those leaders who are navigating this brave new world to share their knowledge and showcase how leading healthcare organizations are creating structures to scale digital transformation and investment in digital health, through real world examples. You will learn about unmet needs and barriers to adoption of care in digital medicine and how CIOs can develop the skills necessary to navigate this new paradigm.
Good Night @ ViVE Welcome Reception
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm ET
Monday, March 7
ViVE Attendee Breakfast
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 am ET
DeliverHealth, CHIME Focus Group
Time: 8:45 – 9:45 am ET
CHIME member only event.
Track 1: Response & Recovery: Cybersecurity Vulnerability Management panel
Time: 9:00 am ET
2021 was a tough year for cybersecurity professionals as hacking groups and ransomware criminals have exposed the records of more than 40 million Americans during a targeted onslaught on the healthcare sector. As a result, some healthcare data networks were out of service for weeks at a time, potentially compromising quality of care for patients across the country. As personal health information (PHI) becomes more liquid in a digital world, security executives must plan for all breach scenarios, and know what to do when a breach occurs. Join this panel of national experts as they discuss essential strategies for incident response and recovery including plans to mitigate risk, prioritize actions, and develop vital approaches to managing digital health IT and mounting a defense.
St. Joseph’s Health Director of Technology Infrastructure & Cybersecurity, Information Security Officer Jesse Fasolo will be speaking at this panel.
Track 3: ViVE-ing to the Alternative Payment Model Station
Time: 2:00 pm ET
At the end of 2020, over 40% of U.S. payers were reimbursing care under alternative payment models (APMs) over traditional fee schedule arrangements. In fact, CMS projects that every Medicare patient and most Medicaid patients will participate in some form of APM accountable care by 2030. Yet, popular payment innovation models and downside financial risk-bearing requires both cultural and technical savvy on both the part of the payer and provider. To prepare yourself for measurement and analytic-based payment in a more transparent world, don’t miss this panel of the nation’s leading experts and policymakers as they discuss established, abandoned, and emerging APMs.
Natalie Davis, CEO & Co-Founder of United States of Care will moderate. Panelists include Aneesh Chopra, Dr. Julian Harris, Dr. Neel Shah, and Rani Khetarpal.
Tuesday, March 8
ViVE Attendee Breakfast
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 am ET
Track 4: They Can’t Get No Satisfaction: Rethinking Care for Disaffected Patients
Time: 9:00 am ET
Consider opportunities to enhance care delivery for the least well-served patients in the nation. From the first to the last touchpoint, our panel will break down the patient journey and provide guidance on making care more accessible and appropriate for patients disenfranchised by inequities in healthcare. Hear when to use digital or in-person interactions to engender trust, improve cultural competence, inject personalization, and drive provider accountability for equitable care delivery.
Find both Yele Aluko, MD, Managing Director and Chief Medical Officer for EY Americas and Abner Mason, Founder and CEO of SameSky Health on Healthcare NOW Radio as guests on Health Unabashed and PopHealth Week.
Track 1: The Patient Data Access Tug-of-War
Time: 2:00 pm ET
The datasphere is projected to hit 175 zettabytes by 2025. As consumers of healthcare services, patients want to access and manage their health data in a simple, often mobile way for the rapid pace of life, just as they shop, bank, and travel. Yet, there are 231 patients named Maria Garcia with the same date of birth in a single county in Houston, TX. How do providers and other stakeholders know they are matching the right information to the right patient? Patient identity management continues to be a thorn in the side of healthcare that can turn good intentions into patient risk and even harm and trigger costs as high as $1.5 million in denied claims. This informative session features an in-depth exploration of the various approaches to patient identity management including the unique patient identifier (UPI), use of algorithms, digital ID, and emerging standards. An essential piece of knowledge for executives, trendsetters in the field will discuss what works and what doesn’t, all wrapped up in best practices.
Moderator Sonia Galvan, Senior Director, Health IT Testing and Certification at Drummond Group can also be heard on The Tate Chronicles on Healthcare NOW Radio.
Track 1: Interoperability Stakeholders Accessing On-Ramps to the U.S. Health Data Super
Time: 3:00 pm ET
In 2022, the long-awaited health data superhighway is opening for trusted, secure exchange of electronic health information (EHI), making reliable data-sharing a reality for payers, providers, and patients using the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) and qualified health information networks (QHINs). TEFCA has been finalized. Yet today, there are no QHINs. So, what does this mean to established health information exchanges (HIEs), healthcare payers, providers, patients, life sciences, and other stakeholders? This session will feature expert insights, opinions, perspectives, and discussion between industry leaders working to deliver interoperability infrastructure to address cohesive, secure data exchange in a fragmented world.
Hear panelists Alan Swenson, Executive Director for Carequality, Lisa Bari, CEO for Civitas Networks for Health, Mariann Yeager, CEO for The Sequoia Project, Steve Yaskin, CEO & Co-founder for Health Gorilla.
ViVE Exhibit Hall Reception
Time: 5:30 — 6:30 pm ET
Wednesday, March 9
Exhibit Hall Open Hours
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm ET
Check out our Booths to Visit post!
The Future of Health Care: United Solutions for Care (Presented by The United States of Care)
Time: 12:30 — 1:30 pm ET
In today’s nebulous and divisive health care landscape, it has become clear that people consistently agree on the need for quality, affordable health care that they can depend on throughout life’s changes. This is the future of health care, and United States of Care has chartered the path to reach it. Join Natalie Davis, CEO and Co-Founder of United States of Care, for a preview of United Solutions for Care – the nation’s first ever shared agenda for health care reform grounded in data and informed by the needs of people. Listen in as Natalie discusses actionable solutions with experts in an intimate fireside chat and leave with clear next steps that, together, can bring us closer to achieving a health care system that’s affordable, dependable, personalized, and understandable for everyone.