Infrastructure: Health IT

Infrastructure: Health IT

 
Health IT
Health IT
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Health IT advances are improving both patient care and the management of public health. Plus, IT modernization initiatives across government are leading to improvement in the delivery of services for remote access, medical devices, EHRs, telehealth and more. All these innovations begin with a solid infrastructure for interoperability, data management, cloud computing and more. Health-focused agencies like the departments of Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services discuss the progress to modernize their systems and the programs they are implementing to respond to public health needs.

Date
March 31, 2022
Time
11:00 am
Where
Virtual event
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Infrastructure: Health IT

Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

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Fireside Chat: Data and Digitalization for Future Health 

Data, digital services and other emerging technologies are rising as key tools across the health care and research space. Opening the program, we’ll look widely at how health agencies are harnessing data and digitalization to drive mission and improved health services for patients, providers, researchers and more.

  • Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Co.)*
  • Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.)*
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Panel: Digital Solutions for Better Benefits and Claims Processes

Improved digital services have the potential to increase different federal agencies’ engagement with the public. As health agencies look to make health care easier to access, we’ll look at how digitalization, online portals, and smart CX design are playing a role in the benefits and claims processes.

  • Dave Catanoso, Director, Cloud Solutions Office, VA*
  • Ellen Montz, Deputy Administrator and Director, Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, CMS*
  • Misu Tasnim, Executive Director of Digital Service at HHS, U.S. Digital Service*
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Panel: Health CIO Roundtable

Health agencies have both individual missions and shared priorities. We gather CIOs from across the federal health space to examine IT priorities in health care, public health, research and more.

  • Adriane Burton, CIO, HRSA*
  • Kurt DelBene, CIO, VA*
  • Mike Tartakovsky, CIO, NIAID*
  • Alastair Thomson, CIO, National Lung, Heart and Blood Institute*
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Closing Remarks