Pharma is finding itself between a rock and a hard place. With breakthroughs in reserach, biomarkers and genomics, there is more potential than ever to treat more patients. But with that comes a price tha tmany are unable to pay. Industry leaders and experts will discuss the next moves by the industry and what can be done to remove costs while developing and delivering the right drugs to the right people at the right time.
Moderator: Matthew, Senior Editor, Forbes
Roy Beveridge, MD, SVP & CMO, Humana
Robert Bradway, CEO & Chairman of the Board, Amgen
Steve Miller, MD, CMO, Express Scripts
Steve Nissen, MD, Chair, Cardiovascular Medicine, Cleveland Clinic
Hospitals across the country are at a fork in the road. On one hand, it's becoming increasingly important to cut unnecessary expenses, yet on the other hand it's more necessary than ever to invest in growth. Experts on this panel will discuss the working strategies and technologies to balance these cost strategies, as well as how to embrace, rather than avoid, healthcare's new future.
Moderator: Michael Phillips, MD, Director, Business Development, Imaging, Cleveland Clinic
Josh Berlin, Principal, DHG Healthcare
Charlie Lougheed, President & Chief Strategy Officer, Explorys, an IBM Company
Vidya Raman-Tangella, Head, Innovation Center of Excellence, UnitedHealthcare
Ed Sabanegh, MD, Chair, Department of Urology, Cleveland Clinic
Leaders often have to reconfigure and align their organizations to deliver on the promise of new directions and strategies. Yet, a strategy can never be effective without the culture to carry it. Panelists in this session will examine principles and applications of leadership, management and organization theory as applied to healthcare's ongoing transformation. Discussion will focus on how the management of change affects the success of a healthcare organiztion and the necessity for strategic, structural and cultural alignment.
Brian Donley, MD, Chief of Staff, Cleveland Clinic
Peter Rea, PhD, VP, Integrity & Ethics, Parker Hannifin
Experts will dispel the notion that transformation is only happening in the United States. Experts wil lanswer: What are the commercial opportunities around the world, and how other nations altering their perspectives on care?
Moderator: Karalee Post, Partner & Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group
Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth
Rushika Fernandopulle, CEO, Iora Health
Lydia Lee, SVP and Chief Information Officer, University Health Network (Toronto)
Murat Tuzcu, MD, Chief Academic Officer, Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
Patient Experience is a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity right now. Not only is theere tremendous opportunity for healthcare to catch up to other industries in customer service, but there is now a finanical incentive to make the patient's experience satisfactory. This new game has silicon valley churning out new technologies, yet successes have been modest. Experts on this panel will sort through the myths and the noise to identify the exact pain points in a patient's journey in which technology can help. Company founders will also give aspiring entrepreneurs and investors a glimpse of their current challenges and their advice on how to approach this complicated new market.
Moderator: Adrienne Boissy, MD, Chief Experience Officer, Cleveland Clinic
Brian Bierbaum, SVP, Healthcare, Bluespire Marketing
Amy Cueva, Founder & CHief Experience Officer, Mad*Pow
Mohamed Shoura, PhD, CEO, CarePassport Corp.
Pelu Tran, Co-Founder & President, Augmedix
Patients are taking a more active role in their health by wearing devices, leveraging social media, and assessing the cost of their care. Panelists will take a look at the companies investing in this new patient and how healthcare is responding.
Moderator: Will Morris, MD, Associate Chief Information Officer, Cleveland Clinic
David Albert, MD, Founder & CMO, AliveCor
Glen Tullman, CEO, Livongo Health
Deneen Vojta, MD, EVP, R&D, UnitedHealth Group
The vision of population management is a big one. Innovators foresee a system where patients can be algorithmically routed and re-routed to specialized or elevated care based on data points like thier genome, lifestyle, vital signs and more. To do this, there is a tremendous amount of data to be collected and connections to be made. Experts on this panel will describe why it's a worthwile goal and how they have invested in their health of their particular populations.
Moderator: Nirav Vakharia, MD, Associate Chief Quality Officer, Cleveland Clinic
A.G. Breitenstein, Co-Founder, Humedica; Chief Product Officer, Optum Analytics
Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth
Bill Charnetski, Chief Health Innovation Strategist, Government of Ontario
There is a lot of promise in the world of big data, yet there seems to be an endless runway of practicalities to consider before healthcare can truly put it to use, namely - how do we secure it, store it, and even attempt to understand it? Experts on this panel will discuss the state of big data, and how we incentivize the right investments to turn it all into something actionable and transformative.
Moderator: Joe Cunningham, MD, Managing Director, Sante Ventures
Christine Lemke, President, Evidation Health
Anil Jain, MD, Co-Founder, SVP & CMO, Explorys, an IBM Company
Leslie Sistla, Director, Technology Strategy, Worldwide Health Industry, Microsoft
Scott Whyte, SVP, Growth & Innovation, ClearDATA
A major objective of transformation has been to deploy top-notch care without the need for brick-and-mortar offices. Experts on this panel will explain the latest distance-health breakthroughs and why we are only at the tip of the iceberg. What can we expect in the next few years, and what are the opportunities for innovators and investors?
Moderator: Peter Rasmussen, MD, Medical Director, Distance Health, Cleveland Clinic
Joel Barthelemy, CEO, GlobalMed
Roy Schoenberg, MD, President & CEO, AmericanWell
Jon White, MD, Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, HHS/ONC
What is your relationship with fear? How do you train for high stress environments in the medical world? Caregivers on the front lines are under endless pressure to handle any situation that comes their way.
Throughout time, the things that make teams great - "the first principles of elite performatnce" - have not changed. However, technology is providing unprecedented means of training at elite levels, espeically in inoculating against stress & fear. yet in order to train for fear & failure, our teams must be grounded in trust and a strong ethos or shared mission. In this panel, drawing on their backgrounds as a former F-18 Fighter Pilot & member of Special Operators, Ben & Brian discuss how virtual reality technology can be leveraged with "the first principles" to build elite teams in the most challenging medical environments.
Moderator: Douglas Johnston, MD, Heart & Vascular Institute, Cleveland Clinic
Brian Ferguson, Arena Labs
Ben Kohlmann, Arena Labs
While there are many definitions for “perfect storm”, Wikipedia describes it best as “an actual phenomenon that happens to occur in such a confluence, resulting in an event of unusual magnitude.”
A perfect storm of innovation and cybersecurity is exactly what happened at the HIMSS Innovation Center between Oct 22 and Oct 26. Some of the confluence was planned and some of it was happenstance.
Last week at the Cleveland Clinic’s annual Medical Innovations Summit, Daniel Kraft, chair of medicine and neuroscience at Singularity University, and an oncologist, painted a dazzling picture of a healthcare future where digital tools empower everyone and can solve several of healthcare’s bigger problems.
Immunotherapy that helps kids fight cancer without chemo. Automated cars that reduce accidents and hospitalizations. Virtual reality systems that help surgeons carry out procedures more safely. These are some of the medical innovations that could transform health care in 2017, according to the Cleveland Clinic, a large nonprofit hospital system.
Seven major healthcare events hosted in Cleveland in less than one week - city's strength in healthcare shines.
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton will be making campaign appearances for her mother in Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati on Wednesday.
The campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has not released any details on the appearances of Chelsea Clinton. Meanwhile, Vice President Joe Biden stumped in Cleveland yesterday for Hillary Clinton. He also spoke about boosting cancer research. Kevin Niedermier of member station WKSU in Kent reports.
Vice President Joe Biden was in Cleveland today to talk about boosting cancer research. He addressed the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit.
Addressing the state of health care innovation at the 2016 Medical Innovation Summit sponsored by Cleveland Clinic Innovations, a diverse panel of executives from disparate segments of the health care system agreed on one general principle: The industry is changing rapidly and in ways that look different from the face of innovation in any other industry.
CLEVELAND, Ohio--Vice President Joe Biden opened this year's Cleveland Clinic medical innovation summit with a talk about what he deemed "the only bipartisan thing left in the United States of America"-- the fight against cancer. Speaking about his Cancer Moonshot initiative, launched in January, Biden told a roomful of doctors, healthcare executives and entrepreneurs that for millions of people across the country affected by cancer, this work is urgent. "They're not asking to live, they're not ..
Vice President Joe Biden. The outgoing veep surprised volunteers for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton by dropping by a downtown Cleveland field office Monday, cleveland.com's Mary Kilpatrick reports. The stop followed official White House business – a speech about the Cancer Moonshot initiative at the Cleveland Clinic's medical innovation summit.
CLEVELAND, Ohio--Vice President Joe Biden opened this year's Cleveland Clinic medical innovation summit with a talk about what he deemed "the only bipartisan thing left in the United States of America"-- the fight against cancer.