Healthcare delivery and data collection has evolved significantly in recent years due to advancements in technology, changes in regulatory guidelines, and the need to make care more accessible during the pandemic. Digitization of electronic health records (EHRs), digital health solutions, and the extension beyond the patient-provider relationship to include virtual clinical trials have been critical components of this evolution. When combined with regulatory changes enabling data sharing, these solutions have improved access to care and efficiency of clinical research. However, it has also resulted in a vast amount of data silos. Ultimately, the accelerated digitization of the healthcare system has become encumbered with disparate data sources, which drives the need for data interoperability solutions and harmonization to unlock deeper insights.
ViVE 2023, a healthcare conference focused on digital health and innovation, will showcase the latest advances in healthcare data management and decentralized clinical trials, exploring cutting-edge technologies and strategies for leveraging data to improve research and patient care and improve health outcomes. The ViVE conference will feature many notable sessions with industry leaders. As a health technology company driving innovation through aggregating, cleaning, and standardizing data for many advanced use cases, we at CareEvolution are particularly excited about these seven sessions:
Session 1: You Don’t Own Me … or My Data
Giving patients control over their own data
Monday, March 27 at 10:30 AM | Pop Stage, Show Floor
“Patient-centricity requires access to health data, but are access and ownership the same thing?” This session will explore the nuances of patient electronic health information in an ever-expanding digital world and the consequences, intended and unintended, of patient electronic data ownership. Speaking on the panel will be Anika Gardenhire, Chief Digital Officer of Centene Corporation; Carlos M. Nunez, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of ResMed; Deven McGraw, Lead of Data Stewardship & Data Sharing at Invitae; and Onyinyechi U. Daniel, PhD, VP, Data & Analytics Strategy and Partnership at Highmark Health. With patient data ownership becoming increasingly important—learn how giving patients more control over their health data can be used to improve patient outcomes.
Session 2: Where is the Unbiased Data?
Overcoming built-in healthcare data biases from humans and AI alike
Monday, March 27 at 11:30 AM | Pop Stage, Show Floor
This session will discuss the problem of biased data in healthcare analytics and the stakeholder awareness needed to ensure data-driven decisions are fair, accurate, and trustworthy. The panel includes Alisahah Jackson, President of Lloyd H. Dean Institute for Humankindness & Health Justice at CommonSpirit Health; John Kraus, MD, PhD, Executive Vice President, Chief Medical Officer at Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc.; Ramita Tandon, Chief Clinical Trials Officer at Walgreens; and Shannon West, Chief Product Officer at Datavant. Learn why there’s such a need for unbiased data in healthcare analytics and how it can be used to improve patient outcomes.
Session 3: Digital-First: Live and Let Die
Meeting the demand for digital health solutions
Monday, March 27 at 11:30 AM | Hip Hop Stage, Show Floor
This session will discuss the move to a digital-first future in healthcare and how Chief Digital Officers are at the forefront of this transformation. The panel of digital leaders includes Albert Chan, Vice President, Chief of Digital Health at Sutter Health; Ashis Barad, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Allegheny Health Network; Jennifer Stemmler, Chief Digital Officer at Adventist Health; and Sara Vaezy, Chief Strategy and Digital Officer at Providence. Learn the importance of digital innovation in healthcare and how it can be used to improve patient outcomes.
Session 4: A Rainbow of Health Insights
Using ambient data to achieve good clinical outcomes, regardless of social, economic, or demographic variation
Monday, March 27 at 4:15 PM | Pop Stage, Show Floor
This session will explore how social determinants of health (SDoH) and ambient data can be used to deliver holistic care to each unique patient. The panel of experts includes Abdul Shaikh, PhD, MHSc, Global Leader for Population Health Analytics at Amazon Web Services; Darrell M. Gray, II, MD, MPH, FACG, Chief Health Equity Officer at Elevance Health; CareEvolution’s very own Ed Ramos, PhD, Chief Science Officer at CareEvolution & Scripps Research; and Wylecia Wiggs Harris, PhD, CAE, Chief Executive Officer at AHIMA. Explore how leveraging novel data streams from sources such as wearable devices, ecommerce, social media, smart homes, and the Internet of Things (IoT) can help deliver personalized and holistic care to patients.
Session 5: Building the Digital Transformation Plane while Flying
Adapting to the constantly evolving digital transformation of digital healthcare
Monday, March 27 at 10:30 AM | Classics Stage, Show Floor
With rapid advancements in technology, healthcare IT leaders have been navigating constant change and unpredictability. This session will explore how digital transformation has been driven by innovations such as telemedicine, wearables, AI, and big data. These leaders will share their successes and lessons learned in implementing digital healthcare, and offer insights into how to proactively and agilely pioneer the path forward. This panel includes Chris Carmody, Chief Technology Officer at UPMC; Michael Archuleta, Chief Information Officer at Mt San Rafael; Tressa Springmann, Senior Vice President and Chief Information and Digital Officer at LifeBridge Health; and William Walders, CIO & Senior Vice President of IDN Operations at Health First. Discover the role of technology in healthcare and the importance of being proactive and agile in the face of rapid change.
Session 6: Taming Wild Device Data
Unlocking the potential of wearable and medical device data
Monday, March 27 at 11:30 AM | Classics Stage, Show Floor
With the increasing number of connected devices per hospital bed in addition to consumer wearable devices and fitness trackers, healthcare providers have vast amounts of data to improve patient outcomes. This session will focus on the opportunities associated with the proliferation of device data in healthcare, but also the challenges, including privacy security, data transmission and regulations. Panel speakers include Jessica Beegle J.D., Chief Innovation Officer at Lifepoint Health; Sam Ajizian, M.D., Chief Medical Officer at Medtronic Patient Monitoring; Terri Couts RN MHA, Chief Digital Information Officer at the Guthrie Clinic; and Zane Burke, Chief Executive Officer at Quantum Health.
Session 7: AI Strategies Getting into Formation
Harnessing advancements in computational power & the future of healthcare
Tuesday, March 28 at 4:15 PM | Pop Stage, Show Floor
Clinicians currently spend 29% of their time on administrative activities and electronic record input. While AI and machine learning applications can aid documentation, filling prescriptions, and enhancing fraud detection, their ability to act in full automation clinically is still in its early stages. Panelists include Joshua Wilda, Chief Digital and Information Officer, University of Michigan Health-West; Michelle Greene, EVP, Chief Information Officer at Cardinal Health; Rajeev Ronanki, Senior Vice President at Elevance Health; and Tricia Coffey, Chief Health Information Officer at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. This session will address challenging questions about the potential and the limitations of AI in healthcare and how improvements in computational power will impact the future of healthcare.
Who is CareEvolution?
CareEvolution is a healthcare technology company raising the world’s standard for health by creating tools that connect disparate parts of the system and bring dimension to healthcare data. By connecting care delivery with clinical research, and liberating siloed data to make it useful, CareEvolution empowers healthcare researchers, payers, providers, public health and builders to move at the speed of their ideas.
Will you be at ViVE 2023?