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Healthcare Executives Create Health’s Future at 2nd Annual HLTH Conference

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The 2nd Annual 2019 HLTH Conference – billed as the event to “Create Health’s Future” – took place in Las Vegas last week. In true Las Vegas fashion, the HLTH organizers created an event that was brighter, shinier, informative and certainly more entertaining than last year’s inaugural HLTH event. Unlike some conferences that lean toward specific sub-groups of attendees – like health plans, providers, and investors – the HLTH conference offers something for all of healthcare’s constituents. Over 6000 attendees, speakers, and others representing healthcare providers, payers, life sciences, investors, and government – converged on the MGM Grand hotel to share their insight, ideas, and opinions about creating healthcare’s future.

As Aaron Strout of W2O Group shared in a recent post sharing his takeaways on the HLTH conference: “it feels a little like if SXSW, ASCO and HIMSS decided to have a baby.

Something For Everyone at 2019 HLTH Conference

As is the case with most healthcare conferences nowadays, sessions at HLTH were organized into tracks whose content varied each day. Over the four-day long HLTH conference, a total of 19 different track themes were presented. Like last year’s HLTH event, organizers assigned all sessions in each track to the same room location; making it easy to navigate between tracks and sessions. Also similar to last year, there were a few crowded sessions and some rather sparsely populated sessions. An interesting addition to this year’s sessions was the closed captioning displayed on a large screen in front of the presenters.

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Based on a review of the HLTH conference agenda and some of the early recaps shared by other attendees and media, a few common threads dominated the HLTH event:

Cost & Transparency Needed to Create Health’s Future

Given the unabated rise in costs, it was no surprise that greater financial transparency was a dominant theme in HLTH keynotes and sessions. Many of the sessions at the HLTH event addressed the importance of providing cost-effective services and products to three groups of people:

  • People with multiple chronic conditions – particularly diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, asthma, and depression.
  • Patients who drive a large percentage of total health care costs
  • Patients discharged from the inpatient setting

Social Determinants of Health – aka ‘Barriers to Health’

As has been quite popular over the past 5-6 years, quite a few speakers and panelists spoke of the need to extend health services beyond the walls of the treatment room and out into the local community.

Not surprisingly, Uber and Lyft – and a number of companies seeking to sit between these non-emergency medical transportation giants – had a significant presence in the sessions and the exhibit hall. Several sessions mentioned other non-medical services that Medicare Advantage and some other plans are offering members – like personal emergency response systems, home safety assessments and modifications, home environmental services like pest control and air conditioning.

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Voice Technology Will Be Huge – Just Add Trust to Create Health’s Future

The ‘Voice First’ approach to improving customer and patient experience in the healthcare industry was shared by presenters in the Voice.HLTH track. And voice technology was observed as a key aspect of the product and service offerings from more than a handful of HLTH exhibitors.

It should be no surprise to anyone reading this that ‘Building Trust is Essential to Transforming the Healthcare System.’ This sentence was shared over and over and over again in many of the sessions. And the HealthCare Executive Group did its part in promoting this all-important quality that the healthcare industry needs more of.

In the “Unlocking Voice Tech’s Power” session on Tuesday, October 29th, Dr. Rasu Shrestha, MD, MBA of Atrium Health, shared the following in regard to consumer adoption of voice technology:

“Think about trust as perhaps the most valuable currency that exists in healthcare and trust is really difficult to build and to nurture and grow but it’s really easy to break” – Dr. Rasu Shrestha, MD

Read more about how ‘Building Trust is Essential to Transforming the Healthcare System’ in this recent HCEG post.

RELATED: Challenges In Conversational AI And What We Can Do To Prevent Them

Non-Traditional Innovators & Return to Bricks and Mortar

It was clear from all the sessions and exhibitors that healthcare is witnessing an insurgence of non-medical providers and a resurgence of traditional, physical locations where health care is delivered:

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Larry Merlo of CVS Health shared how CVS is opening up 1400 “Health Hubs” and that traditional and non-traditional ‘providers’ serving health plan members and healthcare patients need to ‘consider all the activities before and after a patient is in a physician’s office.’

Marcus Osborne of Walmart then went on to echo Merlo’s point by sharing a virtual tour of Walmart’s new Health Center concept where primary care services, diagnostic tests, mental health services, dental, optical, hearing, fitness, and other community health benefits are offered. And then a ‘health navigator’ walks the healthcare recipient through Walmart’s store where they can obtain many of the products they need.

In addition to the above, executives from Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Oracle, Samsung, and Apple also shared their insights.

Thinking Outside the Hospital Room to Create Health’s Future

Similar to the return of bricks and mortar service care settings previously mentioned, many of the keynotes, conference sessions and products/services offered by exhibiting vendors at the HLTH conference addressed the growing movement to provide more healthcare in the home. Many of the vendors aspiring to enter this space between traditional hospital places of service and the patient’s home are focusing on coordinating services between established large companies and individual health plan members and patients.

In addition to a focus on coordinating non-medical services and addressing determinants of health impact outcomes and costs, the challenges, issues, and opportunities for providing home-based and telehealth services were the dominant themes.

RELATED: Reflections from HCEG: 3 Challenges for healthcare executives to focus on in 2020

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More than a few HLTH sessions spoke to the need for increased focus on collaborating, integrating, and developing products and services that put individuals – specifically females – and their health needs at the center of improved outcomes and lower costs. With women making the clear majority of healthcare’s buying and usage decisions, it’s no surprise that “gender parity’ was a general theme. Some ways that parity for women in healthcare was advanced at the event include:

RELATED: Women As The Heartbeat Of Healthcare

Interesting Aspects of HLTH’s Conference

One aspect of the HLTH conference that sets it apart from most all other healthcare conferences – at least those with multiple 1000’s of attendees – is the meals provided by HLTH. Serving a varied, hot meal to 5000+ people is no trivial matter and HLTH did a remarkable job in that regard. Some other interesting ‘accompaniments’ to the HLTH conference – apparently intended to create a relaxing and energizing atmosphere included:

  • Dark hallway illuminated with neon signage – to transition attendees from the shiny, glittery hotel-casino to the shiny, glittering HLTH venue
  • Mimosa’s in the registration line – to calm those early morning nerves and get attendees in the mood for networking
  • Musical jazz quartet at lunch – pleasant sounds from a quartet of young women
  • Patio Lounge – a great place to get fresh air and network with fellow attendees
  • Coffee, tea, and water all day long – to save time waiting in lines and keep the dry desert air at bay
  • The Bumbys – a very entertaining couple of people who silently and humorously judge your appearance
  • Docents to guide your way – ever-present individuals to help you find your way and answer your question

Executive Leadership Roundtable – HCEG, CHI, IAIOP and WEDI

Like last year, HCEG partnered with the Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP),HCEG. HealthCare Executive Group. Executive Leadership Roundtable. Appian. Low-Code Platform. 2nd Annual 2019 HLTH Conference. Create Health’s Future. Innovation. Digital Health. HIMSS, SXSW, providers, payers, life sciences, investment, and government and the Workgroup Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) to present a special three-hour-long roundtable event.

In an effort to Create Health’s Future, HCEG co-hosted a special HCEG Executive Leadership Roundtable at the HLTH conference. We partnered with the Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP), Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) and special guests, Dr. Jason Woo, MD, MPH, FACOG, Dr. DeLeys Brandman, MD, and Dr. Sunnie Giles to present a three-hour roundtable on the last day of the forum. See “Flying the Plane While Building a Plane: Do you have what it takes to pilot the transformation of healthcare?” for a recap of that special roundtable event.

This event, titled ‘Flying the Plane While Building the Plane: Do You Have What It Takes to Pilot the Transformation of Healthcare?’ offered the opportunity for session attendees to discuss the following:

  • How the digital revolution makes leadership, transformation and innovation more challenging, especially for healthcare organizations transitioning to a consumer-centric focus
  • Identifying hidden barriers that keeps leaders from creating a workplace culture that supports long-term success and leading-edge technologies
  • Personal success factors (expertise, knowledge, technical skills) that distort your ability to see problems clearly and truthfully
  • Approaches to adopting the values required for digital transformation while recognizing the value of legacy businesses
  • Ideas on addressing the public’s declining trust in US health care systems

Seventy people attended this session hosted by our sponsor partner Appian. For more info on this roundtable, see this post.

Other Recaps of the 2019 HLTH Conference

Over the past week, several other healthcare thought leaders and industry participants have shared their insight on the HLTH event.

Journalists Help Create Health’s Future – Power Press Party

Dennis Dailey, the publisher of mHealthTimes, held the 4th annual Power Press Party at the 2nd Annual HLTH Conference. The Power Press Party showcased the latest, brightest and very best of healthcare journalism from national healthcare reporters, influential trade journalists, industry publishers, editors, social media ambassadors, and analysts. And great food and drink were served to all!

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If you’re a journalist, industry analyst/reporter or vendor of healthcare-related products and services, check out the Power Press Party website and contact Dennis for more information on his upcoming Power Press Party events. You can also follow Mobile Health Times on Twitter too!

More Insight and Ideas for Healthcare Executives to Create Health’s Future

HCEG invites healthcare leaders from across the nation to participate in the 10th Annual Industry Pulse research survey. Please consider sharing your insight, experiences, and opinion to help define the issues facing healthcare. Your insight will help to reveal how the industry is responding in today’s uncertain environment. Learn more about this survey and share your insight here.

Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and subscribe to our eNewsletter. And if you’re a healthcare executive who wants to benefit from collaborating with C-suite peers on the challenges, issues, and opportunities you and your organization face, consider becoming a member of the HealthCare Executive Group!

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National Health IT Week Supported by HealthCare Executive Group

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This week of September 23 – 27, 2019 is National Health IT Week – a collaborative, partner-driven event started a few years ago by the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) to promote the awareness and demonstrate the use of information technology in:

  • Advancing Public and Population Health
  • Modernizing the Public Health Infrastructure
  • Accelerating Workforce Development
  • Expanding Access to Broadband and Telehealth

The HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG) is pleased to partner with HIMSS in supporting healthcare champions and leaders this week – and throughout the year – as they commit to supporting healthy communities through the power of information and technology.

Supporting Information Exchange, Networking & Content Development

Like the mission of NHIT Week, for the past 30+ years ago the HealthCare Executive Group has engaged like-minded individuals and their companies to promote the exchange of information, ideas, opinions, and experiences among healthcare stakeholders. To help accomplish this, HCEG offers its members and the healthcare community at large, the following events, content and networking opportunities throughout the year:

Annual Forum

Our 31st Annual Forum was just held in Boston, MA on September 9-11, 2019. See information from the forum here and subscribe to our newsletter for more info including video interviews.

Executive Leadership Roundtables (ELR) at major healthcare events

Throughout the year, HCEG hosts ELR’s with approximately 50 to 75 participants. For the remainder of 2019, HCEG will host ELR’s at the 2019 HLTH Forum on 10/30 and the AHIP 2019 Consumer Experience & Digital Health Forum in early December.

RELATED: Leadership, Trust & Skills in Overcoming Obstacles to Radical Innovation in Healthcare

Webinar Series Events

Also throughout the year, HCEG hosts Webinar Series Events. Upcoming webinars include:

“The Doctor Can’t See You Now: New Ways to Speed Up and Improve Provider On-Boarding” – Thurs, Oct 3rd at 11:00 am PT /2:00 pm ET

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Presenting Sessions at Major Healthcare Conferences

HCEG hosted a series of six sessions comprising the CIO & CTO Strategy track at this years 16th World Health Care Conference. And HCEG will be presenting a session at AHIP’s 2019 Consumer Experience & Digital Health Forum.

Original and Curated Content

HCEG leadership, members, sponsor partners, and other industry champions create and curate content via blog posts and social channels like Twitter and LinkedIn

HCEG Top 10 List

The annual HCEG Top 10 list of opportunities, challenges, and issues facing executives of health plans, health systems, and provider organizations in the United States serves as the framework for continuous and evolving dialog among HCEG members, associates and other healthcare champions throughout the year. It also serves as the basis for the Industry Pulse research survey. The formal release of the 2020 HCEG Top 10 list took place earlier this month at our 31st Annual Forum.

For more information on the 2020 HCEG Top 10, see this press release and look for more on the 2020 HCEG Top 10 and the upcoming Industry Pulse research survey.

RELATED: How Healthcare Leaders Leverage the 2019 HCEG Top 10 List

Help Spread the Word About National Health IT Week

Join the conversation on advancing the improvement of healthcare this NHIT Week and all year long. For more information, insight, ideas, and commentary about National Health IT Week, healthcare, healthcare information technology and the digital transformation of healthcare, consider following us on Twitter and LinkedIn – and subscribe to our eNewsletter. You can learn more about #NHITWeek and related events here

And consider becoming a member of the HealthCare Executive Group today. HCEG offers both company and individual memberships.  Learn more here.

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Executives, Policymakers & Thought Leaders Address Healthcare Innovation and Disruption

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The HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG) has been convening and supporting leaders of health plans, health systems, and provider organizations for over three decades. Similarly, and for nearly two decades, the World Health Care Congress has been connecting leaders from all parts of the health care ecosystem to catalyze and support relationships that ultimately transform the delivery, affordability, and quality of health care. And next month starting April 28th, the 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (WHCC) convenes in Washington, DC with over 1,500 of the industry’s best and brightest minds gathering to learn from peers, form new relationships, share insights and strategies, and discuss policy, innovation, and disruption impacting individual organizations and the healthcare industry as a whole.

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HCEG Partners with WHCC on CIO & CTO Strategy Track

In this year’s 2019 World Health Care Congress, the HealthCare Executive Group is pleased to partner with WHCC to provide and moderate the CIO & CTO Strategy Track – a series of sessions designed to bring together policymakers, technology leaders, and health plan and health system professionals supporting enterprise decisions around information technology. The sessions presented in this track will be based on select items on the 2019 HCEG Top 10 list of challenges, issues, and opportunities facing healthcare leaders.Healthcare Innovation and Disruption, HealthCare Executive Group, HCEG, 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (WHCC), CIO & CTO Strategy Track, innovation, disruption. healthcare champions, Data Analytics, Pharmacy Costs and Transparency, Importance of Useable Technology, Cybersecurity, HCEG Top 10, Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), International Association of Innovation Professionals,

This post provides some insight into CIO & CTO Strategy Track sessions, the healthcare champions who will be presenting and participating in the various sessions, and presents a unique discount offer for HCEG members and associates considering attending this high-profile healthcare event.

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While most of the sessions at the WHCC are focused on strategy, leadership, business transformation, and policy, the sessions in the CIO & CTO Strategy track will share insight, ideas, and actionable information on digital technology-related topics identified by HCEG members and associates in the 2019 HCEG Top 10 list – specifically:

  • Data Analytics (Top 10 Item #1)
  • Importance of Useable Technology (Top 10 Item #5)
  • Pharmacy Costs and Transparency (Top 10 Item #6)
  • External Market Disruptors (Top 10 Item #7)
  • Cybersecurity (Top 10 Item #10)

In addition, HCEG’s board chair Kim Sinclair, executive director Ferris Taylor, and board member Alan Abramson will share insights on the 2019 HCEG Top 10 list of primary challenges, issues, and opportunities.

Technology-Focused Sessions Supporting Healthcare Innovation and Disruption

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Here are the sessions in the CIO & CTo Strategy Track that HCEG has partnered with the World Health Care Congress to present:

Optimize Information Sharing to Generate Real Value from Data (HCEG Top 10 Item #1)

Tues, April 30th at 11:25 am

Latecia Engram, Lead of the ReImagine Data Insights Initiative at HHS’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer will share a first-hand overview of how HHS assessed its information sharing processes and developed a roadmap for greater efficiency and effectiveness. Latecia will also share insight into the foundational work that must happen before any organization can truly use data as an asset.Healthcare Innovation and Disruption, HealthCare Executive Group, HCEG, 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (WHCC), CIO & CTO Strategy Track, innovation, disruption. healthcare champions, Data Analytics, Pharmacy Costs and Transparency, Importance of Useable Technology, Cybersecurity, HCEG Top 10, Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), International Association of Innovation Professionals,

How Do You Value a Life Saved? – Pharmacy Costs and Transparency (HCEG Top 10 Item #6)

Tues, April 30th at 1:35 pm

Lynn Hanessian, Board Member at the Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) will moderate a discussion with Nichole White, VP of Health Services at Medica and David A. DiLoreto, MD, HCEG board member and Principal at Sg2. They’ll discuss how outcomes and costs associated using technology to increase transparency and value in the fastest growing segment of healthcare costs – pharmacy.Healthcare Innovation and Disruption, HealthCare Executive Group, HCEG, 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (WHCC), CIO & CTO Strategy Track, innovation, disruption. healthcare champions, Data Analytics, Pharmacy Costs and Transparency, Importance of Useable Technology, Cybersecurity, HCEG Top 10, Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), International Association of Innovation Professionals,

Useable Tech: Develop and Deploy Solutions that Fit into Your Member’s or Patient’s Life (HCEG Top 10 Item #5)

Mon, April 29th at 1:40 pm

Brett Trusko, Founder of the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP) and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Innovation Science and Kevin Pereau, Founder and CEO of Transcend IT Health will discuss technology’s role in addressing member and patient needs.

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Cybersecurity – Think Beyond Enterprise and Employee Training (HCEG Top 10 Item #10)

Mon, April 29th at 2:30 pm

Jothi Dugar, Chief Information Security Officer in the Office of the Director at the NIH Center for Information Technology will join HCEG board member Eric Decker, Sr VP of IT & CIO at Independent Health, and HCEG Secretary Tim Thull, Sr VP & CIO at Medica to discussion cybersecurity – ranked #10 on the 2019 HCEG Top 10.

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    • Addressing cybersecurity at the end-user level by considering the psychology of cybersecurity and how to optimize your workforce against threats
    • What’s holding health care back from sophisticated approaches to providing private, secure PHIHealthcare Innovation and Disruption, HealthCare Executive Group, HCEG, 16th Annual World Health Care Congress (WHCC), CIO & CTO Strategy Track, innovation, disruption. healthcare champions, Data Analytics, Pharmacy Costs and Transparency, Importance of Useable Technology, Cybersecurity, HCEG Top 10, Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), International Association of Innovation Professionals,

Healthcare Innovation and Disruption Highlighted in HCEG Top 10 List & Industry Pulse

On Tuesday, April 30th at 2:25 pm, HCEG board chair Kim Sinclair, CIO at BMC HealthNet Plan, executive director Ferris Taylor, and board member Alan Abramson, Sr VP of IT & CIO at HealthPartners and Co-Chair of the Minnesota eHealth Advisory Committee will present ‘The HCEG Reveal: What CIOs and CTOs Care about Most in 2019 (and Why You Should Too).’ In this session, an overview and their insight on the 2019 HCEG Top 10 list of challenges, issues, and opportunities facing healthcare executives in 2019 will be shared including an overview of the impact the HCEG Top 10 can have on members, patients, providers, and others in our increasingly digital world.

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Attendees of ‘The HCEG Reveal’ session will also enjoy insight and commentary on the 2019 Industry Pulse research survey – an annual survey based on the 2019 HCEG Top 10 and scheduled for release in the weeks before the World Health Care Congress event. This 9th instance of the Industry Pulse looks not only at the marketplace challenges, trends, opportunities, and investments reported by industry leaders but also compares and contrasts those findings with what was uncovered in past Industry Pulse surveys.

RELATED: The 2019 HCEG Top 10 List of Healthcare Challenges, Issues & Opportunities

More Details on 16th Annual World Health Care Congress and CIO & CTO Strategy Track

Here’s additional information on the 16th Annual World Health Care Congress. Feel free to reach out to us or contact WHCC if you have any questions regarding registration for this world-class healthcare event.

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Special Discount for HCEG Members & Associates

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Connect w/ HealthCare Innovators and Disruptors at 16th Annual World Health Care Congress

As uncertainty retains its grip on the healthcare sector, healthcare leaders now – more than ever – need to stay on top of the policies, regulations, technologies, and trends shaping the market. Consider joining your peers at the 16th Annual World Health Care Congress on April 28th in Washington, DC and register today!

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Stay Connected with HealthCare Innovators and Disruptors

Healthcare leaders and those championing the transformation of healthcare can subscribe to our eNewsletter to stay abreast of information, events, and networking opportunities in 2019 and beyond.

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