Agenda Day 1

10:00 am - 11:30 am EST Business Meetings

As healthcare interoperability progresses, a 360-degree view of patients is critically essential to bridging the gaps within traditional care and telehealth. Join this panel discussion to learn how to effectively scale those efforts and empower the care team at every stage of the patient journey. 

• Addressing current challenges in managing patient care proactively and intelligently across the health care ecosystem

• Creating sustainable care networks to enable true patient centricity

• Implementing smart workflows, auto-triggering tasks, and generating precision interventions and patient-tailored care plans


Dr. Gil Padula

Chief Medical Officer
University Hospitals St. John Medical Center


Sandra Powell-Elliott

Vice President, Life Sciences and Innovation
Hackensack Meridian Health

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm EST CASE STUDY Unlocking the Power of Data-Driven Strategies to Enhance Quality of Care and Operational Excellence

Over the years, the role of technology in the global healthcare industry has grown manifold. As health care systems roadmap how to move ahead, creating the right data environment to support a more human-centered approach to health care is an urgent need. Join this case study to learn how Chris Hutchins, VP, Chief Data and Analytics Officer for New York State's Northwell Health, leverages data analytics to address operational challenges amid a global pandemic, improve workflow, and drive value-based care.

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST BENCHMARKING SESSION Unifying Technology across Healthcare Networks to Drive Workflow Efficiency

Dr. Saima Anis - Medical Information Officer, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals

To prepare for the next normal, it’s essential to modernize legacy systems and unify communications technology to drive revenue and mitigate risks. In this session, we are looking at processes and ways to enhance our operations within the hybrid work and patient care models. Join Saima Anis, the Medical Information Officer from award-winning Thomas Jefferson University Hospital to talk about unifying technology to make collaborations easier and more secure.


Dr. Saima Anis

Medical Information Officer
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals


1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Leading with Next-Gen KPIs to Address Physician Burnout
Dr. Rakesh Shah - President of Medical Staff, St. Mary Medical

Faced with surging infections across the nation, financial pressures, and an aging workforce, the need to address physician burnout is critical. Join your peers as they discuss vital indicators and strategies to manage burnout in a hybrid workplace. 

• Identify top burdens causing and fueling burnout amid the pandemic and the next normal

• Map and redesign workflows to maximize efficiency, reduce chaos, improve health care quality and safety

• Compare resources to improve employee satisfaction


Dr. Rakesh Shah

President of Medical Staff
St. Mary Medical


1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Advancing Women's Health through Meaningful Innovation that Expands Care Delivery

Covid-19 has deeply affected women’s health on many levels including long-term implications from missed cancer screenings, lack of access to prenatal care and fertility treatments. In this roundtable, we invite Ob-Gyn providers to address the myriad challenges facing women and how we can expand equitable access to healthcare for women in the next normal?

• Creating a roadmap for providers to engage with expectant mothers between visits, enhance clinical workflows that seamlessly combine data for informed decisions at point-of-care

• Sharing best strategies to educate patients on risks and benefits of COVID-19 vaccines, particularly those with immunocompromised, severe allergies, or pregnant or lactating

• Promoting continued public health measures to improve confidence and address vaccine hesitancy

2:15 pm - 3:45 pm EST Business Meetings