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CXO Tech Forum Health IT

May 15, 2018 | Washington, DC
CXO Tech Forum: Transforming Health IT
Find videos, photos and speaker biographies for GovernmentCIO Media's Health IT event at the Wharf in SW Washington DC.

Event Highlights

GovernmentCIO Media president Michael Hoffman opens the CXO Tech Forum: Transforming Health IT at Washington DC's Dockmaster Buidling, an event that brought together many of the government thought leaders in the federal Health IT field.

Jose Arrieta, associate deputy assistant secretary for Acquisition at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, spoke about provenance, microservices and blockchain in government with GovernmentCIO Media Editor-in-Chief Camille Tuutti.

Steve Posnack, executive director of the Office of Technology at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, spoke with GovernmentCIO Media Editor-In-Chief Camille Tuutti about interoperability standards that guide communications between health care providers.

Chris Anello, federal health care advisory solution consultant with ServiceNow, discusses how ServiceNow has executed an IT services portal refresh at the Veterans Affairs Department. The portal is available to upward of 500,000 personnel.

Jeff Shilling, CIO at the National Cancer Institute, Chuck Howell, chief scientist/dependable AI at MITRE Corp., and Jean Vettel senior science lead at the U.S. Army Research Lab, explore how AI is playing a crucial role in transforming health care, both inside and outside the clinical setting.

Jean Yang, associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University, Sonja Lemott, chief engineer for the PEO at Defense Healthcare Management Systems, and Shannon Sartin, executive director for the U.S. Digital Service at Health and Human Services, discussed best practices and what's on the horizon for health IT, one of the most vulnerable cybersecurity targets.

Doctor Paul Tibbits, deputy CIO at the Department of Veterans Affairs, explains why business process reengineering is so important to financial management business transformation, as well as the concept of skipping epics and going straight to human-centered design.

Col. John Scott, the data manager at Defense Health Agency, Tony Jones, CEO of Frontive, and Aaron Black, chief data officer at Inova Translational Medical Institute, discuss the wave of health care data that has swept over government and industry.

Stacy Cummings, program executive officer for Defense Healthcare Management Systems, oversees the Defense Department's electronic health record modernization and discussed the MHS Genesis' integration of medical and dental records.

GovernmentCIO CTO Andrew Underhill moderates a panel with Chris Anello, federal health care advisory solution consultant at ServiceNow, Dr. Monica Farah-Stapleton, chief engineer at DoD HMS modernization, and Amy Haseltine, deputy CIO for Enterprise Services at Health and Human Services, talk about how software development in government has changed and how agencies risk falling behind unless they modernize their IT infrastructure.

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