10/23/2018 13:45 PM
- 10/23/2018 14:30 PM
Experts on this panel will examine the unique ways that organizations and communities are working collaboratively to solve problems at the nutritional level. The panel will highlight the programs and models that have identified the key links between food, health and community wellbeing.
Moderator: Mike Roizen, MD, Chief Wellness Officer, Cleveland Clinic
Richard Browdie, President & CEO, Benjamin Rose Institute
Karen Pearl, President & CEO, God’s Love We Deliver & Founder, Food Is Medicine Coalition
Rob Zeaske, CEO, Second Harvest
10/23/2018 14:35 PM
- 10/23/2018 15:20 PM
Distance health, including remote visits, telehealth, and technology-based interactions, are seeing increased adoption across the U.S. Panelists will answer what’s next for this budding industry and what gaps still need to be solved in order to truly disrupt.
Moderator: Peter Rasmussen, MD, Medical Director, Digital Health, Cleveland Clinic
Peter Antall, MD, President & CMO, American Well
Shira Lee, Senior Manager, Strategy Business Development, Omada Health
Vernon Smith, MD, Chief Innovation Officer, Avera eCare Renée Sprole, Vice President, Global Client Services,VIGILINT
Despite the overwhelming amount of consumer and patient data generated by sensors and medical records, we have yet to fully leverage this information into clinically actionable intelligence. Now many are counting on artificial intelligence to unlock the insights and lead to transformative care. Panelists will explain why it might not be that simple, and discuss the other steps needed to turn the data into healthcare’s savior.
Moderator: Will Morris, MD, Senior Medical Director, Innovations, Cleveland Clinic
Fabien Beckers, PhD, Co-Founder & CEO, Arterys
Phil Marshall, MD, Founder & Chief Product Officer, Conversa Health
Greg Moore, MD, PhD, VP Healthcare, Google Cloud
Drew Schiller, Co-Founder & CEO, Validic
10/23/2018 15:25 PM
- 10/23/2018 16:10 PM
When patients are discharged, physicians today can only hope that they follow orders and avoid readmission. New technologies, however, are making adherence easier to track and enable. Panelists will look at the latest technologies and how the outcomes can be replicated system-wide.
Adam Myers, MD, Chief of Population Health, Cleveland Clinic
Kevin Brown, Director, New Market Development, PatientPing
Paresh Shah, MD, Executive Director – Medical Affairs, CareCentra
Liisa-Maria Voipio-Pulkki, MD, PhD, CMO, Ministry of Social Affairs & Health, Finland
With all the tests, medications, and procedures that diabetic patients undergo, it is not a stretch for patients to believe that the data is being integrated into a concise management plan. Experts on this panel will describe a specific patient journey and highlight the gaps that still need to be overcome in making EMR and data interoperability a reality.
Moderator: Joe Cunningham, MD, Managing Director, Santé Ventures
Rhett Guy Alden, PhD, Chief Digital Architect for Delivery & Device, Eli Lilly and Company
H. Benjamin Harvey, MD, JD, Chief Medical Officer, Interopion
Joshua Riff, MD, CEO, Onduo
Anoop Sangha, MD, VP Clinical Product Specialization, Livongo
While managing a chronic illness can consume every hour of a patient’s day, their time spent with a provider is too often negligible. Companies and hospitals are learning that patients are seeing better results if there are more outlets to discuss their diseases, especially with other patients. Experts on this panel will discuss these findings and how they can be used to offer a more effective and complete care plan.
Moderator: Marianne Sumego, MD, Director, Shared Medical Appointments, Cleveland Clinic
Bartolome Burguera, MD, PhD, Physician, Cleveland Clinic
Edward Noffsinger, PhD, “The Guru of Group Visits”, Healthcare Consultant, Pioneer of Billable Group Visits
10/23/2018 16:15 PM
- 10/23/2018 17:00 PM
While healthcare providers overwhelmingly have the best intentions when it comes to patient care, it’s also no secret that more treatment happens to be more profitable than curing a disease outright. Panelists will discuss this inherent and unfortunate tension of our system, and what can be done about it.
Moderator: Dan Farmer, Senior Director, Government Relations, Cleveland Clinic
Sean Cavanaugh, Former Deputy Administrator, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Walid Gellad, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine & Health Policy, University of Pittsburgh
Mary Grealy, President, Healthcare Leadership Council
Craig Roberts, PharmD, Associate Vice President – CORE Vaccines, Merck Research Labs
Rules-based and learning algorithms not only have the power to diagnose or alert humans to intervene, but they also may also be able to intervene and save lives on their own. Panelists will discuss the clinical applications and the regulatory implications of the ever-blurring of the line between devices and software.
Moderator: Lloyd Minor, MD, Dean, Stanford University School of Medicine
James Mault, MD, Former CMO, Qualcomm Life
Marc Petre, PhD, Executive Director, Clinical Engineering, Cleveland Clinic
Lonny Reisman, MD, CEO, Health Reveal
There is a new school of thought in healthcare: our health is not just determined by what is happening inside our bodies, but also outside. These “social determinants of health” include education, economic stability, community makeup, the overall environment, and more. Panelists will review these factors and outline the ways that innovators can measure and address them at the highest levels.
Moderator: Steve McHale, Managing Director, 23bell
Nicholas Dreher, MD, Medical Director, Population Health, MetroHealth
Amy Sheon, PhD, Executive Director, Urban Health Initiative, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine
Trenor Williams, MD, CEO & Founder, Socially Determined
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.
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