The Transformational Power of Health IT: Driving Engagement, Outcomes & Insights

HTRAC Council Meeting brings together an elite group of Health IT leaders from health care provider organizations, industry, academia, and government who believe in the importance of executive-level collaboration and information exchange to support the modernization of the healthcare industry though IT. Exclusive and intimate in nature, this Meeting gathers a caliber of participants at a c-suite peer level to collaborate in a retreat-like environment on the critical issues listed below. 

  • Patient-centric healthcare: Developing patient engagement strategies to improve outcomes and better deliver high-quality care
  • Leveraging EHR and EMR beyond records management tools: Focusing on information sharing, driving value and improving decision making 
  • Integrating EHR/EMR systems into the patient care process to provide more accurate and effective care 
  • Case studies, best practices, and lessons learned on moving beyond ‘Meaningful Use’ to maximize ROI on EHR/EMR investments
 
  • Improving care, reducing costs, and creating new knowledge through the effective utilization of analytics and big data
  • Best practices in gaining actionable business intelligence through data analytics
  • Leveraging data management practices, architectures, cloud computing, and tagging as vital components to data sharing and knowledge creation 
  • Creating enterprise encryption strategies: Assessing the legal and technological drives to encryption, while maintaining healthcare data accessibility
  • Gain real-world insights on the future of informatics and developing sustainable, long-term strategies to maximize ROI
 
  • Evaluating the security and privacy risks associated with various Health IT initiatives
  • Adopting an offensive approach: Leveraging security as a foundational element of your infrastructures & architectures 
  • Discussions, case studies and live demonstrations of cutting edge security technologies 
  • Securing data in the cloud, third party vendor security assessment, mobile security, and secure information/data sharing
  • The critical nature of Identity/Access Management as a strong security strategy
  • Best practices in securing data and networks through digital rights management and different access levels
 
  • Adopting technology to reduce costs, improve sharing, increase accessibility, and improve quality
  • Selecting the right mobile computing platforms and solutions to create a valuable user experience
  • Effectively managing mobile devices: The key to securing information and protecting privacy
  • Leveraging the benefits of mobile computing while ensure security, risk mitigation, and compliance
 
  • Breaking down the siloes to transform accessibility to patient data and information sharing
  • Assessing the governance and policy models critical to supporting information sharing systems 
  • Offensively incorporating privacy and security into system architectures
  • Interoperability strategies including enterprise architecture, business analytics, information sharing, cloud computing, shared services, and mobility
 
  • Strategies for overcoming the challenges of the siloed nature of the healthcare community
  • Achieving data interoperability through cloud computing
  • Source selection: Establishing criteria for selecting e services and ensuring clearly defined contracts and SLAs
  • Strategic approaches for monitoring cloud providers with specific emphasis on cloud security and contracts/SLAs delivery
  • Best practices for determining the types of data and services which belong on private/public/hybrid clouds
 
  • Learn how IT is empowering patients to be a collaborator with care providers and how this is changing the delivery of care
  • Identify ways to increase and improve patient engagement at your organization
  • Discuss new Patient Engagement Frameworks
 
  • Health IT leadership: The importance of creating a culture which will thrive during this period of disruption 
  • Proven strategies for engaging all stakeholders (patients, care providers, executives, IT practitioners): The vital nature of  collaboration as a means of achieving optimal results 
  • Best practices in developing cultures that support change
 
  • Learn how IT is enabling ACOs and how to start planning for it
  • Discuss the role Collaboration and Information Sharing play in Population Management
  • Learn how ACOs and Population Management will impact payment models and what it means for your business
 
  • Proven approaches for compliance on various government mandates including HITECH, HIPPA, PCI and Sarbanes-Oxley
  • Best practices for building compliance into your IT strategy to ensure successful outcomes
  • Implementing effective deployment strategies for new technologies such as Cloud, EHR/EMR, and mHealth while remaining compliant
 

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