Central/North Florida Healthcare Trade Faire & Regional Conference
sponsored by HIMSS Central & North Florida Chapter
HIMSS CNF
Westin

Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
(18 miles from downtown Jacksonville)
Thursday, May 24th, 2012 - 7:15am-4:00pm


also in partnership with:.
Florida Hospital Association Management Corporation (FHA)
Healthcare Financial Management Association – Florida Chapter (HFMA FL
)

ACHE - North Florida Chapter
Florida Health Information Management Association (FHIMA)
Sponsors FHA ACHE NFlorida
 

Conference Agenda

7:15am-8:25am
Exhibits Open
(Optional)
Buffet breakfast & network with other attendees and exhibiting company staffs
8:25am-8:30am
Exhibits Closed
Welcome & morning event keynote speaker introductions
8:30am-9:30am
Exhibits Closed
Morning Event CIO Keynote Presentation (Champions Ballroom)

Topic: Central/North Florida hospital & health system CIO roundtable discussion  

Discussion Moderator:

President, CNFHIMSS
Jacksonville, FL
Discussion Panelists:
VP & CIO
Orlando Health
Orlando, FL
CIO
Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville, FL
CIO
Brooks Rehabilitation
Jacksonville, FL
Sr. Vice President/CIO
Baptist Health
Jacksonville, FL
This session will include perspectives from our guest CIO panelists on areas including:
· HIE & Private HIE
· Clinical Integration / Clinical Decision Support
· Moving the Needle on Quality
· Preparing for ACOs
· EMRs
· Transitional Care
And if there is still time remaining, perspectives will also be shared on these areas:
· Demand Management
· ARRA / What's next for Meaningful Use?
· How each organization is using business intelligence and analytics in healthcare to help manage these new quality and payment reform trends(such as bundled payment)
9:30am-9:50am
Exhibits Open
Break time to network with staffs from exhibitors/sponsors, and other event
attendee peers in attendance
(refreshments available)
9:50am–10:35am
Exhibits Open
(Optional)
Morning conference panelist discussion tracks & presentations
What's going on in Telemedicine ? (session 1 of 2)
Players Room D
Presenter & Discussion Moderator:
CEO, Ontario Telemedicine Network &
Vice President, American Telemedicine Association
This two part session will address:
· International Perspectives and latest developments in Telemedicine
· National Perspectives and latest developments in Telemedicine 
This session will also touch on the following areas including:  
· What is telemedicine (telehealth) and why you should care about it ?
· How do you do Telemedicine ?
· What might be holding it back ?
· What are the key success factors ?
· What are the local issues and barriers ?
· How would you start to implement telemedicine ?
· How do you integrate it into your existing processes and systems ?
· What are the challenges related to reimbursement ?
· How do practitioners get paid ?
 ICD10 Stakeholder Perspective – Provider, What does 01Oct2014 mean?
 Players Room C
Presenter & Discussion Moderator:
Chair - HIMSS Playbook Work Group
Bedford, MA
Discussion Panelists:
VP, Health Information and
Denial Management Services
Florida Hospital Association Management Corporation
Bushnell, FL
ALHIMSS Board of Directors member /
VP, Southeast Region
e4 Services
Fairhope, AL
This breakout session will offer a vision of possible scenarios to start your thinking toward 01OCT2014 implementation. This session will focus on:
a. Lack of priority in organizations; with so many regulations to prioritize
b. Technology and financial impacts post implementation
c. Lack of certifications/ vendors/
d. Various risks (wait till last minutes, shortage of staff, etc. )and mitigation strategies.
e. How to define readiness.
f.  This session will end with a short time period for ‘audience questions’ in case there are one or several in the audience with a question.
g. Importance of a defining a comprehensive integrated testing strategy
h. Guiding physicians through required documentation changes
Central/North Florida HIE initiatives - leadership update and perspectives  (session 1 of 2)
Players Room B
Florida-HIE Florida-HIE
Moderators/Presenters:
Outreach Coordinator
AHCA/
Florida Medicaid EHR Incentive Program
Tallahassee, FL
Florida HIE Adoption Manager
Harris Corporation
Tallahassee, FL
Discussion Panelist:
Chief Computer Scientist for
Health Informatics
Nemours
Orlando, FL
   
· General Program Overview
· Participation Requirements
· How to Participate
· Preparing for Meaningful Use
Additional Florida perspectives on:
· HIE Performance Measures
· How do we measure HIE performance?
· How ought we measure HIE performance?
· How can we measure HIE performance?
Florida HIE General Overview
· Direct Secure Messaging
· Patient Look-Up
No More Islands: Managing Transitions, Focusing Care and Harnessing Referrals
Players Room A
 
Presenter:
MD, MS, CMIO
Covisint
Scaling care processes and provider connections remains challenging. The key is simplifying and prioritizing actions and spending to ensure early momentum and success now and into the future.
This session will address the following:
· Connect and share in competitive environments – What's safe? What works? What now? What's next?
· Improve care and collaborate in the community and at home – lessons from Tulsa Beacon, Vermont Blueprint and Local Hospitals
· Protect local referral networks without buying practices
· Glue islands of disparate EMRs into a cohesive care network this century
· Position for the upcoming changes in CMS Reimbursement (value payment / ACO) and PCMH initiatives
Panel Discussion: Can Physicians trust Payors? Can Payors trust Physicians? Who does the Patient trust?
Gallery Room
 
Presenters/Panelists:
President, Rise Health /
CEO, Northeast Florida Accountable Care (NEFAC)
Jacksonville, FL
CFO of Public Sector
UnitedHealthcare
Jacksonville, FL
Principal
Lichlyter Consulting
Jacksonville, FL
   
This executive panel discussion will be consist of thought leaders from the following organizations: the President of Rise Health and CEO of Northeast Florida Accountable Care (NEFAC), the CFO of Public Sector, Student Services and Group Retirees, UnitedHealthcare and a Principal with Lichlyter Consulting. Rise Health and Lichlyter Consulting are based out of Jacksonville, FL. UnitedHealthcare is a national company headquartered in Minnesota. However their CFO of Public Sector is based out of Jacksonville, FL. These individuals will share perspectives and examples involving these timely issues:
· Can Physicians trust Payors?
· Can Payors trust Physicians?
· Who does the Patient trust?
· This session will end with audience Q&A, if there are any questions at the end
10:35am-11:00am
Exhibits Open
Break time to network with staffs from exhibitors/sponsors, and other event
attendee peers in attendance
(refreshments available)
11:00am-11:45am
Exhibits Open
(Optional)

Morning event sponsor conference presentations
Gold Sponsor
 Presenter Company: Hitachi Data Systems
 & Terenine Technology Solutions
 
Players Room D
Hitachi Terenine
Presentation Topic: Streamlining Infrastructure Availability and Performance Management in a Virtualized Data Center
Overview: As corporate IT environments become more dynamic, heterogeneous, and virtualized, datacenter managers / administrators find it increasingly difficult to monitor / analyze infrastructure availability and performance on an end-to-end basis. In many virtual environments, administrators use different solutions to monitor their physical and virtual environments across multiple domains: server stacks, storage solutions , network devices and applications. Monitoring all these disparate domains is costly and time-consuming, especially since troubleshooting requires checking every application separately to diagnose and resolve a given issue. This seminar will discuss the attributes required in a comprehensive data center monitoring solution that can deliver value, streamline IT operations, improve decision-making and boost efficiency. We will review how a single console domain end to end availability / performance monitoring software with a single view of the IT Infrastructure will support faster remediation of issues with multiple platform / vendor support.
 Presenter Company: Comcast Business Services
 
Players Room C
Comcast Business
Presentation Topic: How do Bandwidth & Latency Affect Your Health Care Applications?
Overview: This session will be comparing the differences between Metro Ethernet and Internet VPN tunneling for bandwidth and latency intense applications for Health Care. Attendees at this session will find out why Metro Ethernet is the choice of Health Care connectivity today and for the future. This session will address areas including security, scalability, lower latency and higher throughput to manage large bandwidth applications in Health Care.
Silver Sponsor
 Presenter Company: Virtual Instruments
 
Players Room B
Virtual Instruments
Presentation Topic: Ensure Performance and Availability of Your EMR Application
Overview: In the U.S., the CDC reported that the electronic medical record (EMR) adoption rate had steadily risen to 50.7percent at the end of 2010. As healthcare providers transition from paper to digital records, data-intensive EMR have dramatically increased storage requirements and impacted application throughput due to I/O performance issues. With limited visibility into SAN I/O, IT managers face a significant challenge ensuring that the IT infrastructure meets its stringent performance and uptime SLAs. Virtual Instruments technical experts will discuss how IT managers can address these issues with the VirtualWisdom® infrastructure optimization platform to maintain high performance and continuous availability of clinical applications from leading healthcare software providers. During this session you will learn how to:
• Understand the link between EMR core applications and the infrastructure that supports them
• Properly size the IT infrastructure
• Create a correlated, real-time application-infrastructure view
• De-risk the infrastructure in preparation for EMR applications
 Presenter Company: Information Builders
 
Players Room A
Information Builders
Presentation Topic: Healthcare Performance Management Key to Enabling Accountable Care
Overview: Regulatory, competitive and demographic pressures require an organized way for providers to thrive in an ACO world. Healthcare Performance Management (HPM) provides the strategic information platform to enable the necessary accountability, collaboration, and operational excellence. This talk lays out the compelling need to adopt an HPM strategy, provide a basic understanding of the components of HPM and demonstrates how with HPM Finance Objectives can be easily correlated with Quality and Clinical Outcome Objectives. The presentation also provides a basic roadmap for achieving HPM.
 Presenter Company: Coalfire
 Gallery Room
Information Builders
Presentation Topic: A Healthy Dose of Security for Mobile Devices
Overview: Ready or not, mobile devices will enter your organization. The use of smartphones and tablets has accelerated to the point where every consumer or employee has one and will use it with or without guidance from their employer. Most of the healthcare data breaches reported to federal authorities have involved the theft or loss of mobile devices. To help make sure your organization isn't added to the list, join us to learn from the experts about how to secure your mobile devices. While current controls may not be adequate to fully secure mobile devices, specific risk mitigation steps will dramatically reduce claims of negligence in allowing mobile access to sensitive data and critical systems.
Attendees at this session will find out how to:
· Tackle the tough task of inventorying the devices;
· Develop policies for encryption and other safeguards;
· Execute short-term and long-term steps to mitigate risk;
· Train your staff on why security is vital to the reputation of your organization.
11:45am-1:00pm
Exhibits Open
Luncheon buffet & network with other attendees and exhibiting company staffs
1:00pm-1:05pm
Exhibits Closed
Afternoon announcements & event keynote speaker introductions
President, CNFHIMSS
Jacksonville, FL
1:05pm-1:50pm
Exhibits Closed
Afternoon Event Keynote Presentation (Champions Ballroom)
Keynote speaker:
Chief of Informatics
Harris Healthcare
&
(immediate former) CONNECT Lead
Federal Health Architecture,
Office of the National Coordinator
Topic: Through the Looking Glass:  Adventures in the Emerging Health IT Wonderland
Overview: We have all probably heard about the 4 P's of healthcare; that it is moving to be personalized, predictive, preventive and participatory.  But what does this really mean to the provider who is struggling to keep up with the demand for their services and the ever increasing burden of paperwork surrounding reimbursement?  How does one keep up with the tsunami of electronic information that is rapidly inundating the practice with the adoption and use of Health Information Technology?  What do you make of the data and information the patient routinely brings to the visit and their questions? Join me in a discussion of my recent journey into exploring the four P's of healthcare and my attempt to understand the ubiquitous digitization of the patient and making sense of this massive amount of data this instrumentation of the individual and the environment generates and how this has directly impacted my health.   We will examine what I believe are the major drivers of the next wave of innovation in healthcare IT and the 5 literacies or net smarts necessary to thrive in an always on, available everywhere raw data world.   We'll briefly set this in the national context and finally wrap up with how it touches you in the local setting.
1:50pm-2:05pm
Exhibits Open
Break time to network with staffs from exhibitors/sponsors, and other event attendee peers in attendance (refreshments available)
2:05pm–2:50pm
Exhibits Open
(Optional)

Afternoon Event Sponsor Conference Presentations
Gold Sponsor
 Presenter Company: Hitachi Data Systems
 & Terenine Technology Solutions
 
Players Room D
Hitachi Terenine
Presentation Topic: Data Aggregation: A Key to Improving Healthcare Delivery
Overview: With the explosion of healthcare data across multiple disparate applications, data center capex and opex continue to grow in the face of flat or in many cases, shrinking budgets. And with 75-80% of the growth occurring in unstructured data, clinical decision making and improving patient outcomes is growing more and more difficult. IT innovation and consolidation are critical to addressing "efficiency fatigue" within the data center. This seminar will show how an approach to comprehensive data aggregation will help organizations reduce storage creep and data center sprawl. IT can become greener and more agile by providing both scale and true data interoperability without replacing existing infrastructure. Aggregation can unlock both clinical and non-clinical data in a manner that enables business intelligence and other data analytics opportunities well beyond the life cycle of the source applications.
 Presenter Company: Comcast Business Services
 
Players Room C
Comcast Business
Presentation Topic: How do Bandwidth & Latency Affect Your Health Care Applications?
Overview: This session will be comparing the differences between Metro Ethernet and Internet VPN tunneling for bandwidth and latency intense applications for Health Care. Attendees at this session will find out why Metro Ethernet is the choice of Health Care connectivity today and for the future. This session will address areas including security, scalability, lower latency and higher throughput to manage large bandwidth applications in Health Care.
Silver Sponsor
 Presenter Company: Virtual Instruments
 
Players Room B
Virtual Instruments
Presentation Topic: Ensure Performance and Availability of Your EMR Application
Overview: In the U.S., the CDC reported that the electronic medical record (EMR) adoption rate had steadily risen to 50.7percent at the end of 2010. As healthcare providers transition from paper to digital records, data-intensive EMR have dramatically increased storage requirements and impacted application throughput due to I/O performance issues. With limited visibility into SAN I/O, IT managers face a significant challenge ensuring that the IT infrastructure meets its stringent performance and uptime SLAs. Virtual Instruments technical experts will discuss how IT managers can address these issues with the VirtualWisdom® infrastructure optimization platform to maintain high performance and continuous availability of clinical applications from leading healthcare software providers. During this session you will learn how to:
• Understand the link between EMR core applications and the infrastructure that supports them
• Properly size the IT infrastructure
• Create a correlated, real-time application-infrastructure view
• De-risk the infrastructure in preparation for EMR applications
 Presenter Company: Information Builders
 
Players Room A
Information Builders
Presentation Topic: Is Your Data Ready?
Overview: The only constant is change. Whether it be new regulations, new business models, implementing a new EMR, acquiring clinics or merging with other hospitals. All of these changes require that trusted, timely and complete information be available to assess, integrate, manage and make operational the change. In this session you will learn about how implementing the right type of multi-domain Enterprise Information Management architecture will enable smoother sailing as you navigate the choppy waters ahead.
 Presenter Company: Coalfire
 Gallery Room
Information Builders
Presentation Topic: Obtaining HIPAA/HITECH Compliance in the Cloud
Overview: As cloud solutions become more main stream, the healthcare industry is looking for ways to leverage the benefits of the cloud while maintaining HIPAA compliancy. With proper infrastructure design, security implementation, data encryption and segmentation, HIPAA Hi-tech certification can be achieved. Join us as we discuss possibly methods for deploying a compliant cloud solution.
2:50pm-3:15pm
Exhibits Open
Break time to network with staffs from exhibitors/sponsors, and other event attendee peers in attendance (refreshments available)
3:15pm–4:00pm
Exhibits Open
(Optional)
Afternoon conference panelist discussion Tracks & Presentations
What's going on in Telemedicine ? (session 2 of 2)
Players Room D
Presenter & Discussion Moderator:
CEO, Ontario Telemedicine Network &
Vice President, American Telemedicine Association
This part 2 of 2 session will address:
· International Perspectives and latest developments in Telemedicine
· National Perspectives and latest developments in Telemedicine
· State of Florida perspectives and latest developments in Telemedicine
This session will also address areas including: What is telemedicine (telehealth) and why you should care about it ?
· How do you do Telemedicine ?
· What might be holding it back ?
· What are the key success factors ?
· What are the local issues and barriers ?
· How would you start to implement telemedicine ?
· How do you integrate it into your existing processes and systems ?
· What are the challenges related to reimbursement ?
· How do practitioners get paid ?
Panel Discussion - ICD10 Stakeholder Perspective – Providers, Vendors, HealthPlans, Small Practice. What does 01Oct2014 mean?
Players Room C
Presenter & Discussion Moderator:
Chair - HIMSS Playbook Work Group
Bedford, MA
Discussion Panelists:
VP, Health Information and
Denial Management Services
Florida Hospital Association Management Corporation
Bushnell, FL
ALHIMSS Board of Directors member /
VP, Southeast Region
e4 Services
Fairhope, AL
This breakout session will offer a vision of possible scenarios to start your thinking toward 01OCT2014 implementation. This session will focus on:
a. Lack of priority in organizations; with so many regulations to prioritize
b. Technology and financial impacts post implementation
c. Lack of certifications/ vendors/
d. Various risks (wait till last minutes, shortage of staff, etc. )and mitigation strategies.
e. How to define readiness.
f.  This session will end with a short time period for ‘audience questions’ in case there are one or several in the audience with a question.
g. Importance of a defining a comprehensive integrated testing strategy
h. Guiding physicians through required documentation changes
Central/North Florida HIE initiatives - leadership update and perspectives  (session 1 of 2)
Players Room B
Florida-HIE Florida-HIE
Moderators/Presenters:
Outreach Coordinator
AHCA/
Florida Medicaid EHR Incentive Program
Tallahassee, FL
Florida HIE Adoption Manager
Harris Corporation
Tallahassee, FL
Discussion Panelist:
Chief Computer Scientist for
Health Informatics
Nemours
Orlando, FL
   
· General Program Overview
· Participation Requirements
· How to Participate
· Preparing for Meaningful Use
Additional Florida perspectives on:
· HIE Performance Measures
· How do we measure HIE performance?
· How ought we measure HIE performance?
· How can we measure HIE performance?
Florida HIE General Overview
· Direct Secure Messaging
· Patient Look-Up
No More Islands: Managing Transitions, Focusing Care and Harnessing Referrals
Players Room A
 
Presenter:
MD, MS, CMIO
Covisint
Scaling care processes and provider connections remains challenging. The key is simplifying and prioritizing actions and spending to ensure early momentum and success now and into the future.
This session will address the following:
· Connect and share in competitive environments – What's safe? What works? What now? What's next?
· Improve care and collaborate in the community and at home – lessons from Tulsa Beacon, Vermont Blueprint and Local Hospitals
· Protect local referral networks without buying practices
· Glue islands of disparate EMRs into a cohesive care network this century
· Position for the upcoming changes in CMS Reimbursement (value payment / ACO) and PCMH initiatives
Impact of  IT advancements on health care delivery
Gallery Room
Presenter:

Managing Director
Sante Ventures, Austin, TX
&
Interim CEO of RISE Health
Jacksonville, FL
(also the former CEO of Ascension, St. Louis, MO)

The presentation will describe how technology is radically disrupting the healthcare delivery model. Significant power shifts are occurring through the leverage of technology. The presenter will discuss how clinical data will redefine and level the playing field between providers and payers and between primary care physicians and specialists. Two companies within the Sante Ventures portfolio Rise Health and Explorys will be referenced as examples.
4:00pm
Event is over/concludes
 

 
Additional groups supporting this event whose membership is invited:
 
HIMSS
ISACA HIMSS Georgia Chapter HIMSS Georgia Chapter
 
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HIMSS Membership
HIMSS Central & North Florida Chapter
HFMA ACHE NFlorida FHIMA
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