Healthcare Systems of the Future

Location: Plaza Room A Level: Intermediate
Christos Tryfonas (VMware), Karthik Kannan (Cetas by VMware)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 1 rating)
Hospitals, healthcare providers & insurance companies have traditionally been using standard statistical & Bayesian approaches for data modeling and predictive analytics. But these approaches fall short in the light of the very large volume, variety and velocity of Big Data. In this session, we talk about machine learning & combinatorial algorithms that can enable personalized recommendations. Read more.
Location: Plaza Room B Level: Intermediate
Josh Benner (RxAnte, Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Medications are the most common form of medical intervention. Yet since the days of Hippocrates, medication adherence has been a persistent public health problem. In this session, we'll tell practical stories about health care organizations are changing how they support patients related to medication use, fueled by new incentives, access to new data, and new predictive analytic tools. Read more.
Location: Plaza Room B Level: Intermediate
Frederica Conrey (Booz Allen Hamilton)
Evidence-based care goes beyond individual interventions and patients. The major changes we are making to healthcare delivery and payment systems should also be evidence based. With new and improved analysis, we can use data we already have—claims data—to measure the impacts of provider, geographic, and payment systems on overall healthcare cost and quality. Read more.
Location: Plaza Room B Level: Intermediate
Bharat Rao (Siemens Health Services)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
Mining patient records collected in routine care has tremendous potential to individualize care to the specific patient. We present a US/Euro Health IT network where data from 10 cancer centers in 5 nations are securely mined to learn personalized models for many diseases. We overcome many technical challenges to mine big patient data, and present personalized therapy models for several diseases Read more.
Location: Grand Ballroom B
Moderated by:
DJ Patil (White House Office of Science and Technology Policy)
John Mattison (Kaiser Permanente, SCAL), Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Benjamin West (Meraki, Inc. )
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
This panel consists of DJ Patil, John Mattison, Tim O'Reilly, and Benjamin West. Read more.
Location: Plaza Room B
Moderated by:
Kerri Petrin (Beacon Community Program/ONC)
Lori Stephenson (Rocky Mountain Health Plans), Craig Brammer (Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, US Department of Health and Human Services), Greg Larkin (State of Indiana), Marilee Benson (Mirth Corporation)
Three Beacon communities are tackling data extraction in the electronic environment head on. Each has developed tools for assessing data quality at the practice level and processes for collaborating with each practice to improve the quality of their data in order to obtain accurate measurement results. Read more.
Location: Grand Ballroom B
Moderated by:
Anne DeGheest (Healthtech Capital)
Alexis Borisy (Third Rock Ventures), Bryan Roberts (Venrock), Thomas Rodgers (Cambia Health Solutions)
Average rating: ***..
(3.67, 3 ratings)
There is a large unmet market need for big data solutions in healthcare. However, is there a funding gap between the medical VCs and traditional technology investors? Read more.


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