Hosted by: Information Builders and Ready Computing
Healthcare organizations rely on loads of data including EHR, financial, operational, and claims sources in order to have a complete view of the patient journey. A single version of the truth increases your ROI, reduces complexity, and maximizes investment. However, no organization wants to waste valuable resources cleaning up data, even though stakeholders depend on the accuracy that it can provide.
We’ve complied a panel of senior level healthcare IT executives to help organizations overcome their data challenges and break out of “data jail”. Attend our complimentary event and learn how to provide trusted information to stakeholders across your organization.
We will discuss:
- Creating a single version of the truth across data assets
- Engaging critical stakeholders to develop an enterprise data and analytics strategy
- Leveraging data by taking a business led ROI approach
- Building rapid tangible value from your data assets
Seating is limited. Register now to secure your spot, and remember to bring your appetite for this happy hour networking event.
John has more than 35 years of healthcare information technology experience across numerous healthcare disciplines and automation domains. In 1994, John commenced his healthcare consulting business focused on health IT interoperability solutions and standards and has advised all levels of care provider entities and health information organizations on the effective adoption of these standards.
John was instrumental in creating the Interoperability Showcase at the annual HIMSS National Conference and served as its technology manager from 2005-2015, establishing it as the premier exhibition of clinical scenarios highlighting cross-enterprise and multi-discipline interoperability. At the national level, John served as principle advisor for the creation of the ONC’s S&I clinical data element dictionary. He continues to lead/participate on industry-wide initiatives to promote harmonized data exchange across healthcare realms across the world.
Most recently, John has organized and run a number of HIT innovation events with a specific emphasis on the integration of medical device and Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) resources to the rest of the healthcare ecosystem. In the HIT standards realm, John participates on a number of health IT information modeling and profile development workgroups to advance the broader use of standards-based information exchange leveraging HL7 FHIR© and IHE implementation guides.
John is a multi-term elected board member of IHE International and the NJ Chapter of HIMSS. He is a regular speaker at healthcare venues to promote the awareness of HIT standards, interoperability solution,s and innovative workflows across the healthcare disciplines.
Dan Foltz's 20+ year career has been dedicated to helping healthcare providers, payers, research institutions, life sciences companies and government health agencies step up their game with data science driven systems to support healthcare, medical research and public health.
Michael leads the effort at Ready Computing, a passionate group of technologists exclusively focused on the advancement of information technology and interoperability. His expertise includes a thorough understanding of the standards, protocols, technologies, and architectures prescribed by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE), the Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), Health Level 7 (HL7), the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP), and the Accredited Standards Committee (ASC). Michael is also very active in consortiums and workgroups including those run by IHE, HL7, the Multi-State/Multi- Vendor Coalition, the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and the World of Health IT (WoHIT).
Bill has been helping healthcare organizations to derive value from data for more than 20 years. His experience includes interoperability, data management, analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI). As an innovative, results-driven professional, he participated in developing the HL7 standards and HIE/RHIO networks. Bill has experience in the AI/machine learning space, working on projects for clinical variation management and claims FWA.
Bill has over 20 years of experience in software sales and marketing including having previously helped found Logi Analytics. Working for 15 years in the data and analytics space, he is responsible for leading sales, partner, and marketing strategy for the healthcare team. Bill holds a BS in Marketing from the University of Baltimore and an MS in Marketing from Johns Hopkins University.