EXECUTIVE COLLABORATION FOR BUSINESS, IT & CLINICAL LEADERS

HTRAC Council Meeting brings together an elite group of Business, IT and Clinical leaders from diverse organizations to discuss the impact IT is having on the healthcare industry. Curriculum is designed by the esteemed HTRAC Advisory Council comprised of the nation’s top health IT leaders who share their expertise, insights, knowledge and lessons learned through research interviews.

 

ADVANCED CLINICAL PROCESSES & IMPROVED OUTCOMES

  • Driving Better Decision Making Through Information Exchange and Knowledge Sharing
  • Strategies for MU Stage 2 & 3 Compliance
  • Breaking down the silos to transform accessibility to patient data and information sharing

REDUCING COST OF CARE

  • Leveraging Care Coordination & Readmission Reduction Strategies
  • Deploying patient-centric strategies to improve outcomes while reducing costs and errors
  • Reducing Costs through Lean Healthcare Management, Project Lifecycle Management and Innovation Programs

POPULATION MANAGEMENT

  • Measuring the effectiveness and outcomes of population based initiatives
  • Integrating population health as a core strategic advantage to your organization
  • Population Health Technologies including remote monitoring, patient portals, telemedicine, and referral tracking

REIMBURSEMENT AND PAYMENT MODERNIZATION

  • Strategies for Bundling, TDABC and effective payer/provider collaboration
  • Discuss strategies to move from volume-based to value-based pricing models
  • Understanding how Performance / Outcomes based pay will reduce costs and improve care; and IT’s role in this shift

WELLNESS & PATIENT ENGAGEMENT

  • IT’s role in enabling and measuring the success of Wellness and Prevention initiatives
  • Strategies for Patient Engagement and increased efficiency in patient/clinician communication
  • Overcoming cultural barriers and social resistance to patient engagement initiatives

BIOTECH COLLABORATION WITH PAYERS / PROVIDERS

  • Sharing clinical EHR data to Biotech and life science organizations
  • The increasing presence and involvement of biotech and life sciences in clinical settings
  • Breaking down cultural, technology and governance barriers to collaboration

LEVERAGING THE POWER OF BIG DATA AND ANALYTICS

  • Creating knowledge from data and enabling sharing to provide real-time clinical decision support
  • The Strategic Importance of Data Management, Governance, Enterprise Architecture, and Common Languages
  • Data-driven insights to measure performance and outcomes

SECURITY, PRIVACY AND RISK MANAGEMENT

  • Understanding how Business Associates can impact your risk posture and how to protect yourself
  • Using Software, Governance and People to ensure data integrity, minimize breaches , provide secure access and protect our devices
  • The role of Identity and Access Management in securing your health data

EXECUTIVE ROADMAP: BUSINESS, CLINICAL AND IT CXO PRIORITIES

  • Non-Technical discussions on the strategic impact of IT designed to engage business, clinical and other non-IT leaders
  • The critical importance of cross functional and cross-department collaboration
  • Developing Cultures that value technology and gaining end-user buy-in
  • Improving Price Transparency and Patient Engagement

DATA, SHARING & THE CLOUD

  • Storing and Structuring data to facilitate information sharing and interoperability
  • 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 services and ensuring clearly defined contracts and SLAs

MOBILITY

  • Leveraging Mobile Capabilities to reduce costs, improve sharing and increase accessibility
  • Effectively managing employer provided and employee provided (BYOD) devices
  • Telemedicine strategies and case studies

ACO’s

  • Share strategies on overcoming cultural and IT barriers when developing your ACO strategy
  • How large will the impact of ACOs truly be and when will this change be felt