Watch the second annual Precision Health Virtual Summit powered by hc1 and Becker’s Healthcare

 

Day 1 | Tuesday, August 31

12:00 pm

Welcome

Welcome to Precision Health Virtual Summit 2021

Speakers:

  • Brad Bostic, Chairman and CEO, hc1

Opening Fireside Chat

Bringing the Benefits of Precision Health to All Patients

Purdue University President, Cerner Corporation board member and former Indiana Governor, Mitch Daniels, and hc1 CEO, Brad Bostic, will discuss the importance of precision health to our healthcare system and how implementing precision health practices is possible and practical today. 

Speakers:

  • Mitch Daniels, President, Purdue University
  • Brad Bostic, Chairman and CEO, hc1

12:30 pm

Keynote Presentation

Precision Health and Population Health: Friends or Foes?

During this discussion, you’ll hear Dr. Nash’s perspective on how precision health and population health are tightly related. He will explain how eliminating waste in population health is a driver for precision health and how this ties into addressing cost and access concerns in delivering individualized care for all patients.

Speakers:

  • David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health

Facilitators:

  • Scott Becker, Publisher Founder of Becker's Healthcare

1:15 pm

Precision Diagnostics Panel

Increasing Value; Decreasing Burdens

Laboratory medical leaders will discuss the lab’s critical role in precision health and how to ensure clinicians are best equipped for decision-making. Hear their insights on how precision health insights can be injected into the workflow, without added burden to the physician.

Speakers:

  • Matthew Katz, Principal, MCK Health Strategies, LLC
  • Kristine Ashcraft, Medical Director for Pharmacogenomics, Invitae
  • Yuri Fesko, MD, Executive Medical Director of Medical Affairs, Quest Diagnostics
  • Jordan Olson, MD, Division Chief, Clinical Pathology Informatics and Quality at Geisinger

Facilitators:

  • Robert Michel, Editor-in-Chief, DARK Daily and The Dark Report

2:05 pm

Special Guest Speaker

The Pendulum of Focus: The Competing Priorities of Individualistic Care and Population Health

Hear from Dr. Waheed from our sponsor, Quest, as he discusses how the right care is provided to individual patients at the right time using the right tests, a massive amount of data is collected from these new discoveries and insights. This discussion highlights the importance of leveraging trends gained from individual data and research to affect population health by creating more opportunities for impactful patient interventions, powering better outcomes for all.

Speakers:

  • Rehan Waheed, MD, Senior Medical Director & CMIO Healthcare Analytics Solutions, Quest Diagnostics

2:30 pm

CMIO Panel

Precision Health Implications, Actions and Adoption

CMIOs from some of the nation’s top health systems will discuss the broader implications of precision health. Hear their thoughts on actioning data and gaining physician adoption by delivering insights at the right time, in the right way, without interrupting workflow. As the bridge between the IT and clinical worlds, they will discuss challenges, successes and what the future holds.

Speakers:

  • Albert Villarin, MD, FACEP, Vice President and CMIO, Nuvance Health
  • Stephanie Lahr, MD, CHCIO, CIO and CMIO, Monument Health

Facilitators:

  • Brian D. Patty, MD, CHCIO, CMIO of Medix Technology

3:15 pm

Breakout Session

Emerging Ideas: Advancing Real World Data and Evidence in Health: Infrastructure and Ethical Considerations

Speakers:

  • Peter Embi, MD, MS, FACP, FACMI, FAMIA, FIAHSI, President & CEO, Regenstrief Institute
  • Umberto Tachinardi, MD, MS, FACMI, IAHSI, CIO, Regenstrief Institute

Day 1 Closing Remarks

Speakers:

  • Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial, Becker's Healthcare

Welcome to Precision Health Virtual Summit 2021

Speaker: Array

Purdue University President, Cerner Corporation board member and former Indiana Governor, Mitch Daniels, and hc1 CEO, Brad Bostic, will discuss the importance of precision health to our healthcare system and how implementing precision health practices is possible and practical today. 

Speaker: Array

During this discussion, you’ll hear Dr. Nash’s perspective on how precision health and population health are tightly related. He will explain how eliminating waste in population health is a driver for precision health and how this ties into addressing cost and access concerns in delivering individualized care for all patients.

Speaker: Array

Facilitator: Array

Laboratory medical leaders will discuss the lab’s critical role in precision health and how to ensure clinicians are best equipped for decision-making. Hear their insights on how precision health insights can be injected into the workflow, without added burden to the physician.

Speaker: Array

Facilitator: Array

Hear from Dr. Waheed from our sponsor, Quest, as he discusses how the right care is provided to individual patients at the right time using the right tests, a massive amount of data is collected from these new discoveries and insights. This discussion highlights the importance of leveraging trends gained from individual data and research to affect population health by creating more opportunities for impactful patient interventions, powering better outcomes for all.

Speaker: Array

CMIOs from some of the nation’s top health systems will discuss the broader implications of precision health. Hear their thoughts on actioning data and gaining physician adoption by delivering insights at the right time, in the right way, without interrupting workflow. As the bridge between the IT and clinical worlds, they will discuss challenges, successes and what the future holds.

Speaker: Array

Facilitator: Array

Speaker: Array

Speaker: Array

Day 2 | Wednesday, September 1

12:00 pm

Welcome

Welcome to the second day of Precision Health Virtual Summit 2021

Speakers:

  • Mike Lukas, Vice President and General Manager, Health Systems, Quest Diagnostics

Opening Fireside Chat

Precision Health and Genomics: Unlocking Individuality

Precision Health used precisely entails factors (genetics, lifestyle behaviors, and environmental) affecting an individual’s health, more than just the absence of disease, focused on preventing disease and optimizing individual fitness.

AdventHealth, like many other healthcare systems, is putting lots of work into unlocking information from a person’s genes.  Genomics | AdventHealth

Speakers:

  • Jeffrey Kuhlman, MD, General Manager, Healthcare Analytics Solution AdventHealth

Facilitators:

  • Mackenzie Bean, Managing Editor, Becker's Hospital Review

12:25 pm

Keynote Presentation

The Future of Precision Health

Speakers:

  • Katherine Capps, President, Health2 Resources; Co-Founder & Executive Director, GTMRx Institute
  • Special Guest: Jennifer Hockings, PharmD, PhD, Pharmacogenomics Clinical Specialist for the Department of Pharmacy and Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare (CPGH) of Cleveland Clinic

1:00 pm

Breakout Session

Precision Medicine - Realizing the Whole Patient Story

The difference between a traditional assessment of a complex patient condition and true “precision medicine” is the degree of reliance on available data – at point of care – to make decisions about specific treatment paths that may be more beneficial for the patient.

To achieve a path to true personalized healthcare we need to step back from locking data in disparate silos (genomic, EMR, claims, etc.) and start thinking of building a patient model that reflects the whole patient story with all these pieces fitting together and allowing patterns to emerge from this picture.

Speakers:

  • Gilan El Saadawi, MD, PhD, MS, Chief Medical Officer, Realyze Intelligence

1:25 pm

Precision Prescribing Panel

Taking a Team-based Approach to Treatment

This panel of pharmacists and healthcare strategists will discuss connecting pharmacists and providers for a team-based approach to delivering precision health care. They will explore how physician practices can use lab and pharmacy data to better coordinate care for their patients, as well as demonstrate clinical utility and actionability to ensure payment.

Speakers:

  • Kandace Schuft, PharmD, Senior Clinical Content Specialist, Pharmacogenomics, Wolters Kluwer Clinical Drug Information
  • Richard M. Peters Jr., MD, Assistant Professor of Population Health, The University of Texas
  • Anthony Morreale, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, FASHP, Associate Chief Consultant for Clinical Pharmacy Services and Policy, US Department of Veterans Affairs

Facilitators:

  • Behnaz Sarrami, MS, PharmD, Medical Science Liaison, AltheaDx

1:55 pm

Special Guest Speaker

The Data Cloud and Marketplace for Healthcare: An Introduction and Live Tour

Hear from Todd Crosslin, Global Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences with our summit sponsor, Snowflake, as he introduces the Data Cloud and its relevance to Healthcare. He will then take participants through a live tour of the Data Marketplace to see how organizations can connect to data without copy, FTP, or API to find new insights and/or enhance their machine learning models with data sources such as social determinants of health, adverse events, and COVID.

Speakers:

  • Todd Crosslin, Global Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Snowflake

2:30 pm

Breakout Session

Strategic Implementation of Pharmacogenomics in Pharmacy - Starting Small and Planning for Growth

During this discussion, you will hear from an experienced senior clinical pharmacy leader on how to identify gaps in healthcare initiatives and implement changes in a rapidly growing healthcare system. He will discuss the challenges of scaling up a clinical pharmacy workforce to keep up with technology.

Speakers:

  • Anthony Morreale, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, FASHP, Associate Chief Consultant for Clinical Pharmacy Services and Policy, US Department of Veterans Affairs

Facilitators:

  • Erica Carbajal, Writer/Reporter, Becker's Hospital Review

Summit Closing Remarks

Speakers:

  • Brad Bostic, Chairman and CEO, hc1

Welcome to the second day of Precision Health Virtual Summit 2021

Speaker: Array

Precision Health used precisely entails factors (genetics, lifestyle behaviors, and environmental) affecting an individual’s health, more than just the absence of disease, focused on preventing disease and optimizing individual fitness.

AdventHealth, like many other healthcare systems, is putting lots of work into unlocking information from a person’s genes.  Genomics | AdventHealth

Speaker: Array

Facilitator: Array

Speaker: Array

The difference between a traditional assessment of a complex patient condition and true “precision medicine” is the degree of reliance on available data – at point of care – to make decisions about specific treatment paths that may be more beneficial for the patient.

To achieve a path to true personalized healthcare we need to step back from locking data in disparate silos (genomic, EMR, claims, etc.) and start thinking of building a patient model that reflects the whole patient story with all these pieces fitting together and allowing patterns to emerge from this picture.

Speaker: Array

This panel of pharmacists and healthcare strategists will discuss connecting pharmacists and providers for a team-based approach to delivering precision health care. They will explore how physician practices can use lab and pharmacy data to better coordinate care for their patients, as well as demonstrate clinical utility and actionability to ensure payment.

Speaker: Array

Facilitator: Array

Hear from Todd Crosslin, Global Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences with our summit sponsor, Snowflake, as he introduces the Data Cloud and its relevance to Healthcare. He will then take participants through a live tour of the Data Marketplace to see how organizations can connect to data without copy, FTP, or API to find new insights and/or enhance their machine learning models with data sources such as social determinants of health, adverse events, and COVID.

Speaker: Array

During this discussion, you will hear from an experienced senior clinical pharmacy leader on how to identify gaps in healthcare initiatives and implement changes in a rapidly growing healthcare system. He will discuss the challenges of scaling up a clinical pharmacy workforce to keep up with technology.

Speaker: Array

Facilitator: Array

Speaker: Array

*Times are in Eastern.