lunes, 1 de junio de 2015

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Health Datapalooza 2015 (all times EDT)

Good morning and welcome to Health Datapalooza 2015! ONC is playing a big part in this year's #HDPalooza, so take a few minutes to see where and when you can find us. Just a quick note, the times of the sessions are locked in, however the rooms could change, so you need to check the location in the event the session is being moved. You can also follow the hashtag above and our handle (@ONC_HealthIT) for the latest #Breaking Health IT news.

June 1 1:45 p.m. (Maryland Room) — Join Jodi Daniel (@JodiDaniel), director of ONC's Office of Policy, who is leading a panel discussion about "Personalized Medicine: When will we get there? What's the path forward?" Also on the panel are Jafar Shenasa of Proteus Digital Health, Dr. Seth Bokser of the University of California San Francisco and Rajiv Kumar with Stanford Children' Health.

3:20 p.m. (Delaware Room) — Dr. Kevin Larsen from ONC's Office of Clinical Quality and Safety, will moderate a panel discussion about new research sponsored by the United Kingdom's National Health Service on patient-reported outcomes as quality indicators in the United States and the United Kingdom. Joining Dr. Larsen on the panel are Mo Dewji and Emma Doyle from the National Health Service and Ellen Makar, M.S.N., R.N.-B.C., C.C.M., C.P.H.I.M.S., C.E.N.P ., (@Makarel5) also from ONC's Office of Clinical Quality and Safety.
June 2 9:35 a.m. (Marriott Ballroom) — National Coordinator Dr. Karen DeSalvo (@KBDeSalvo), will be participating in a panel discussion focused on "Rethinking Health Care Delivery with 21st Century Data." Moderated by Susan Dentzer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Dr. DeSalvo (@KBDeSalvo) will be joined by Todd Park (@todd_park), former technology advisor to President Obama, Dr. Patrick Conway, deputy administrator for innovation & quality and chief medical officer at CMS, Dr. Joe Selby (@joevselby), the executive director of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute and Tim Kelsey, the national director for patients & information at the United Kingdom's National Health Service.

10:45 – 11:45 a.m. (Wilson Room B) — ONC's Acting Deputy National Coordinator Jon White is hosting a listening session on "Interoperability and Precision Medicine" with Erica Galvez and Steve Posnack. The session will focus on the part of the $215 million investment in precision medicine proposed in the President’s 2016 budget that supports development of interoperability standards and requirements that address privacy and enables secure exchange of data across systems.

12:05 p.m. (Lincoln 6) — ONC's Tricia-Lee Wilkins, Pharm.D., M.S., Ph.D., from the Office of Clinical Standards and Quality, will join a panel discussion moderated by Susan Dentzer on "Data, Drugs and Diversion: HIT Tools and the Prescription Drug Epidemic."  Also on the panel will be Dr. Carol Foster, Kaiser Permanente (Mid-Atlantic) and Miya Gray of SureScripts.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. (Wilson Room B) — The White House is working with the Department of Health and Human Services and other federal agencies to solicit input from patient groups, bioethicists, privacy and civil liberties advocates, technologists, and other experts, to help identify and address any legal and technical issues related to the privacy and security of data in the context of Precision Medicine. ONC's Chief Privacy Officer Lucia Savage, Esq. (@SavageLucia), will lead this listening session to hear what it will take to make privacy as interoperable as the health information itself.

2:40 p.m. (Delaware Room) — ONC's Chief Privacy Officer Lucia Savage Esq. (@SavageLucia), will join Jocelyn Samuels, Esq., director of the HHS Office for Civil Rights, in a panel discussion moderated by Gus Mutscher of PricewaterhouseCoopers on "How Regulators and HIT Developers Work Together to Advance Technology."
June 3 10:35 a.m. (Lincoln 2) — Erin Siminerio, M.P.H. of ONC's Consumer eHealth group and Vaishali Patel, M.P.H., Ph.D., from ONC's Office of Planning, Evaluation and Analysis, will discuss the Current State of Consumer Access and Use of Their Digital Health Record.

1:00 p.m. (Marriott Ballroom) — Dr. DeSalvo (@KBDeSalvo)will moderate a panel discussion about how State and Local Governments are Using Big Data to Transform Their Health-Care Systems. Also participating in the session are Greg Moody, director of the Ohio Office of Healthcare Transformation, Michael Nutter, Mayor of Philadelphia and Dr. William Hazel Jr., Virginia's secretary of health.

2:00 p.m. (Marriott Ballroom) — HHS Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell (@SecBurwell) will give the closing remarks for Health Datapalooza 2015.

3:00 p.m. (Washington 1-2) — The Health Datapalooza (#HDPalooza) Blue Button (#bluebutton) Workshop will be moderated by ONC's Consumer eHealth Director Lana Moriarty (@LMoriarty1).  The workshop will feature presentations from Steven Posnack (@HealthIT_Policy), ONC's director of the Office of Standards and Technology and Erica Galvez, who is in charge of ONC's Interoperability Portfolio. Gajen Sunthara, a Presidential Innovation Fellow, and Josh Mandel of Boston Children's Hospital will be demonstrating Blue Button's capabilities using FHIR. You will need to register for this session in advance

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