10/22/2018 08:30 AM
- 10/22/2018 12:30 PM
Innovative investors and entrepreneurs are essential to deliver better healthcare and outcomes all while lowering costs. At MIS2018, Cleveland Clinic, JumpStart, HIMSS, HealthXL and Plug and Play are converging their networks, market knowledge, and clinical expertise to highlight the companies best positioned to disrupt healthcare and drive much needed change. Join us to hear from 40+ startup companies, to get a glimpse of the innovations these companies are delivering to improve healthcare with new technologies and models of patient care delivery. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the 5-minute pitches and interact with the entrepreneurs leading these companies, and other investors and innovation champions who will be in the audience. At the conclusion of the pitches, while the judges deliberate, watch Disruptors in Believeland. Hosted by Solomon Wilcots featuring presenters from Athersys, BioEnterprise and BioOhio followed by a panel presentation.
Ashley Alber, Associate, Investing, Jumpstart
Eric Beck, DO President, UH Ventures
Kim Krueger, Ventures Associate, PnP Health
Michael Greeley, Co-Founder & Partner, Flare Capital
Anil Jain, MD, PhD, VP & Chief Health Information Officer, IBM Watson
Maynd Jolly, Head, Business Development, Innovation & Incubation, Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc
Ayse McCracken, President, eNNOVATE Healthcare Ventures
Shripal Meghani, Partner, Cleveland Clinic Ventures
Tom Parsons, Co-Founder, HealthXL
Mary Jo Potter, Managing Director & CEO, Healthcare Angels
Jeffrey Ries, Vice President of Fund Management, Healthbox
Paul Torrey, Managing Director, Healthcare & Life Sciences Industry, Google Cloud
Stuart Weitzman, Commercial Director, Healthcare, GE Ventures
Will Morris, MD, Senior Medical Director, Innovations, Cleveland Clinic
Leslie Evans, Director, HIMSS Innovation & Conference Center
Moderator: Solomon Wilcots, Head, Russo Partners’ Sports-Health Alliance
Aram Nerpouni, President & CEO, BioEnteprise
John Lewis, President & CEO, BioOhio
Gil Van Bokkelen, PhD, CEO & Chairman, Athersys
10/22/2018 13:00 PM
- 10/22/2018 13:15 PM
Armond Budish, Executive, Cuyahoga County
Frank Jackson, Mayor, City of Cleveland
Tomislav Mihaljevic, MD, CEO & President, Cleveland Clinic
10/22/2018 13:15 PM
- 10/22/2018 13:30 PM
Innovation is changing the health care on a daily basis, driven by disruptive thinking across the country. Hear how Deputy Secretary Hargan plans to bring the federal government and the private sector together to support this work.
Moderator: Tomislav Mihaljevic, MD, CEO & President, Cleveland Clinic
10/22/2018 13:30 PM
- 10/22/2018 14:20 PM
Unlikely collaborations are occurring that have sent shockwaves through the system. Further consolidation and alignment will likely continue to disrupt the traditional position of various stakeholders across the healthcare landscape. Panelists will discuss what the impact of these collaborations, how they will change healthcare, and whether or not patients will truly benefit.
Moderator: Carla Smith, Executive Vice President, HIMSS
Eric Hargan, Deputy Secretary, Health & Human Services
Kieran Murphy, President & CEO, GE Healthcare
Frank Papay, MD, Chair, Dermatology & Plastic Surgery, Cleveland Clinic
Glenn Steele, MD, PhD, Vice Chairman, Healthcare Transformation Alliance
10/22/2018 14:20 PM
- 10/22/2018 15:10 PM
Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal has witnessed the poor inner workings of our healthcare system up close. She traces the origins of this dysfunction to the poorly aligned incentives, profit-at-all-costs mindset, and a lack of transparent, patient-centered care. In this fireside chat, hear the best-selling author’s thoughts on the current failures of the U.S. healthcare system along with her clear and practical suggestions for navigating and reimaging healthcare, including how we can work toward a healthcare delivery system that works for every patient.
Moderator: Joe Cunningham, MD, Managing Director, Santé Ventures
10/22/2018 15:40 PM
- 10/22/2018 16:30 PM
Disruption across the diagnostic landscape is moving forward at rapid rate. With new advances in home blood testing, patient monitoring, imaging, and genetic biomarker kits, diagnostics are positioned to bridge the gap between patients and medicine more quickly than ever. Panelists will discuss how advances in innovative diagnostic technologies are driving better patient care and outcomes.
Moderator: Casey Cunningham, MD, Chief Scientific Officer, Santé Ventures
Nigel Clarke, PhD., VP, Technology & Solutions Development, Quest Diagnostics
Daniel Farkas, PhD, Section Head, Molecular Pathology, Cleveland Clinic
Päivi Sillanaukee, MD, PhD, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Social Affairs & Health
David Stein, PhD, Head of Global Strategy & Innovation, Siemens Healthineers
10/22/2018 16:30 PM
- 10/22/2018 17:25 PM
To many, shifting from fee-for-service to pay-for-performance models has seemed like a logical start to removing unnecessary cost and incentivizing better patient outcomes. After five-plus years of experimenting with accountable care, panelists will examine the results and discuss the best ways to make fee-for-service a thing of the past.
Moderator: Steve Glass, Chief Financial Officer, Cleveland Clinic
Roy Beveridge, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Humana
Adam Boehler, Deputy Administrator, Director of the CMS Innovation Center and Senior Advisor to the Secretary on Value-based Care
Ellen Kelsay, Chief Strategy Officer, National Business Group on Health
Richard Migliori, MD, VP Medical Affairs & CMO, UnitedHealth Group
Barbara Sears, State Medicaid Director, Ohio Department of Medicaid
10/22/2018 18:30 PM
- 10/22/2018 20:00 PM
In a period of increasing political chaos, stakeholders from across the healthcare delivery landscape are asking pressing questions about the government’s current and future role in the delivery of healthcare. Despite efforts over the last decade to unlock a transparent and accessible healthcare marketplace, health care expenditures remain on track to bankrupt government programs, while individual patients struggle to pay for their necessary medical care. This conversation with the Former Speaker of the House of Representatives will provide an intriguing perspective on healthcare reform as he shares his forward-facing views and predictions regarding politics and policy.
Moderator: Tomislav Mihaljevic, MD, CEO & President, Cleveland Clinic
10/23/2018 08:30 AM
- 10/23/2018 09:10 AM
The healthcare industry is being disrupted with the rate of innovation outpacing current business models. Groundbreaking therapies are entering the market, but how do we ensure great science translates to improved patient outcomes? As we work toward a new patient-centered healthcare system, how do we deliver compelling value to patients and ensure a sustainable health system? What role do patients have in building a new playbook when the old one is scrapped?
Moderator: Bertha Coombs, CNBC
Steven Nissen, MD, Chair, Cardiovascular Medicine, Cleveland Clinic
Joshua Ofman, MD, Senior Vice President, Global Value, Access & Policy, Amgen
Andy Schmeltz, Global President & General Manager, Pfizer Oncology
Mike Zeglinski, Senior VP, Specialty Pharmacy, OptumRx/BriovaRx
10/23/2018 09:10 AM
- 10/23/2018 09:55 AM
Access to patient data is a cornerstone in providing the best possible care. The electronic health record systems of today focus on comprehensiveness, accessibility, and functionality. In this “fireside chat,” one of healthcare’s greatest innovators will speak to the culture, management, and innovation of one of the largest and most successful healthcare software companies.
Judy Faulkner, CEO, Epic
Moderator: Tom Mihaljevic, MD, CEO & President, Cleveland Clinic
North Olmsted High School biomedicine students participated in the Cleveland Clinic's Judging Innovation program Oct. 22 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.
The opioid crisis has been declared a public health emergency. Today, chronic pain is the leading cause of opioid prescription. Though several clinically validated alternative therapies for chronic pain exist, none have curtailed the crisis. Now, innovation and potential for hope comes by way of pharmacogenomic testing, which uses a patient’s genetic makeup to predict an individual’s metabolism of drugs, including some opiate-based drugs.
A big healthcare system well known for its annual forecast of emerging trends that will significantly impact healthcare in the next year has named artificial intelligence as one of the those trends.
The expanded window for thrombectomy in acute stroke care ranked No. 3 on Cleveland Clinic’s top 10 medical innovations for 2019—one of several developments on the list with implications for cardiovascular treatment.
98point6 is on a mission to make primary care more efficient with the use of artificial intelligence. The Seattle, WA-based company said it raised $50 million in a series C round, bringing the total amount raised to $86.1 since the company’s inception in 2015.
Epic CEO Judy Faulkner had a message for women working in healthcare and technology. “Be a builder,” Faulkner said at the annual Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovations Summit.
Cleveland Clinic released its list of top 10 medical innovations that could disrupt healthcare in 2019. Topping the list is alternative pain therapy to combat the nationwide opioid crisis — in particular, pharmacogenomic testing, which uses a patient's genetic makeup to predict how they metabolize drugs.
YouScript has been named as the clinical track winner in the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Startup Showcase, honoring companies best positioned to disrupt healthcare and make change. Cleveland Clinic, JumpStart, HIMSS, HealthXL and Plug and Play voted on 5-minute live pitches to kick off the 2018 Medical Innovation Summit in Cleveland, OH on October 22, 2018.
Alternative pain management therapies and the increased use of artificial intelligence are among the top 10 trends and innovations in medicine, according to physicians and researchers at the Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic has unveiled its annual list of 10 medical innovations it expects will enhance healing and change health care next year, including alternative therapies for pain, expanded window to treat stroke patients and the use of artificial intelligence in health care.
Top 10 Medical Innovations: 2019
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