Chief Information Officer

Half Day Meeting

2019 Technology Innovation in Healthcare Deep Dive

New York, NY - Apr 02, 2019

Overview

Technology’s role in healthcare has expanded exponentially in the past few years, and has changed the way the healthcare industry serves its patients. Leading IT executives across all healthcare organizations must ask themselves whether their initiatives are disruptive enough to positively impact their business and patients. While transformation implies that there is an end to some, many leaders know that the digital journey do not end, and adapting is the only means of survival. 

The modern CIO knows that success as a digital first organization does not lead with technology, but instead focuses on overhauling the enterprise with patient centric goals and mindsets. Organizational growth can now be defined as the balancing act between strategic implementation of technology with the ability to consistently drive change. 

Argyle’s Technology Innovation in Healthcare Forum provides the relationships, resources, and solutions to help IT leaders digitally transform their organizations and provide better patient care. In collaboration with our Argyle Influencers CIO Advisory Board, we have designed an agenda that will touch on: 

• The business of transformation – modernizing applications, anticipating threats, and prioritizing your roadmap 
• Continuing the cloud journey to ensure it is seamless, streamlined, and secure 
• Demystifying and deploying blockchain for effective adoption and achievable results 
• Creating value for your organization through machine learning and AI 
• Becoming more agile through clearly defined micro-services and API-based integration 
• The next generation CIO – building engaged teams and redefining what is possible for the organization 
• Using advanced analytics, data coming from connected devices, and the power of AI and machine learning to derive insights to drive better business and patient results

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Speakers

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Bashir Agboola

Chief Technology Officer

Hospital For Special Surgery

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Jitendra Barmecha

Chief Information Officer SVP – Information Technology & Clinical Engineering

SBH Health System

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Anastasia Christianson

Vice President, R&D Operations and Oncology IT

Johnson & Johnson

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Eric Fiolkoski

Head of Data Science

DaVita

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Varun Gupta

IT Director, Advanced Analytics and Data Management

Mount Sinai Health System

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Farhan Hameed

Senior Director, Global Real World Data and Analytics

Pfizer

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Peter Henstock

Senior Data Scientist - Machine Learning, Software Engineering, Statistics and Visualization

Pfizer

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Richard Miller-Murphy

Executive Director

Blood, Laboratory and Medical Services

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Dilip Nath

AVP & Deputy CIO

SUNY Downstate Medical Center

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Sudipto Srivastava

Senior Director, IT Digital Health

Mount Sinai Health System

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Steve Stepp

VP, Analytics

Catholic Health Services

Agenda

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8:00am - 9:00am
Breakfast
9:00am - 9:10am
Opening Remarks by Argyle Host

Bashir Agboola
Chief Technology Officer
Hospital For Special Surgery

9:10am - 9:45am
Keynote Presentation: "Capturing the Value of AI & Machine Learning: A Perspective from the Pharma Sector on Overcoming the Roadblocks and Riding the Trends"

Since Harvard Business Review made a case for the Data Scientist as the sexiest job of the 21st century, some industries have been transformed and others are still a work in progress.  This talk will first provide a perspective on some of the exciting trends from the AI/Machine Learning world over the past few years.  We will then discuss some of the obstacles and challenges faced as we shift toward a data-driven culture, and how we are working to overcome them for various projects.

Peter Henstock
Senior Data Scientist - Machine Learning, Software Engineering, Statistics and Visualization  
Pfizer

9:45am - 10:35am
Panel Discussion: "Becoming an Information Driven Enterprise without Losing the Human Touch"

Topics include, but aren’t limited to:

  • How have you seen the real time nature of data analytics change the healthcare industry?
  • What are some top information handling challenges that your organization is facing?
  • What are some best practices to move away from siloed data models and applications?
  • Best practices to move away from fragmented processes and approaches?
  • How are you currently identifying, facilitating and extracting value from data sources?
  • How are you actively creating a strategy that ties together structured and unstructured data?
    • How are you improving your understanding of unstructured data with the help of AI and machine learning?
  • How do you foster a culture within your organization that places emphasis on information as a key asset?

Panel Moderator: 

Rich Miller-Murphy
Executive Director
New York Blood Center

Panelists:

Jitendra Barmecha
Chief Information Officer SVP – Information Technology & Clinical Engineering
SBH Health System 

Anastasia Christianson
Vice President, R&D Operations and Oncology IT
Johnson & Johnson

Eric Fiolkoski
Head of Data Science
DaVita

Sudipto Srivastava
Senior Director, IT Digital Health
Mount Sinai Health System

10:35am - 11:10am
Roundtable Session

Eric Fiolkoski
Head of Data Science
DaVita

11:10am - 11:25am
Networking Break
11:25am - 12:00pm
Keynote Presentation: "The Healthcare Blockchain: State of the Technology"

Since gaining mass attention in late 2017 on the heels of the sudden surge in popularity of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, potential use cases of Blockchain/Distributed Ledger Technologies in Healthcare and related sectors have continued to grow, albeit with a much more subdued tone. This session will look at the state of affairs of the application of DLT technologies in Healthcare and its potential to address some of the challenges that have long plagued this critical sector of our economy.

Bashir Agboola
Chief Technology Officer
Hospital For Special Surgery

12:00pm - 12:50pm
Panel Discussion: "Evolving Strategies for Modernizing Data Governance"
Topics include, but aren’t limited to:
  • Would you say there is a significant difference between data ownership and data governance?
  • Who should own data and data stewardship?
  • How are you proactively shielding data from both internal and external actors?
  • How are you ensuring that your data lake can support ingestion of relevant data at the right frequency and speed?
  • How are you allowing stakeholders to interact with the information in a way that’s tailored to their needs?
  • Where should CIOs put their energy in data governance?
  • How valuable are data governance frameworks?

Panel Moderator:

Farhan Hameed
Senior IT Director
Pfizer

Panelists: 

Varun Gupta
IT Director, Advanced Analytics and Data Management
Mount Sinai Health System

Dilip Nath
AVP & Deputy CIO
SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Steve Stepp
VP, Analytics
Catholic Health Services

12:50pm - 1:50pm
Lunch Reception

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