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Thursday, April 2 • 10:30am - 12:30pm
Care Delivery Innovation: Reinventing Access and Expectations

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Today, more and more clinicians are thinking like entrepreneurs, and more and more hospitals are acting like tech companies. They’re re-inventing not only the technology clinicians use every day, but also the services that go with it in order to transform the way care is delivered to patients.  In fact, the year 2014 yielded more companies claiming to be the ‘Uber for Health’ than ever before.  A poll was started at the at the Health 2.0 HQ to tally how many would declare similarity to this new model.  Eleven, it turns out. Or twelve when you count that Uber itself released an on-demand flu shot service shortly after our poll closed.  This session will cover everything from telemedicine and microvisits, to crowd-sourced innovation, and shifting consumer expectation for on-demand everything, health care included. 

Moderators
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Salim Afshar

Oral and Maxilliofacial Surgeon, Boston Children's Hospital
Dr. Afshar is passionate about health care delivery and innovation, and brings his background in design, innovation, and engineering into his current work at Boston Children’s Hospital. After studying engineering and physiology at Boston University, he worked as a care coordinator at a large tertiary medical center. He then finished his MD and DMD degrees from Harvard University and completed his surgical residency within the Partners... Read More →

Speakers
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David Chao

Director, Industry Solutions, MuleSoft
At MuleSoft David leads the go-to-market strategy and execution in key industry verticals, including financial services and insurance, health care, retail, media/telco and public sector. In his role David is responsible for articulating MuleSoft's value proposition for a given vertical, and then working cross-functionally to build out that offering creating a fully intergrated product. 
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Stanley Crane

Chief Innovation Officer, Allscripts
Stanley Crane serves as Chief Innovation Officer at Allscripts, a leader in health care information technology solutions that advance clinical, financial and operational results.  Stanley’s experience includes roles as Chief Technology Officer, Software Development Visionary and Engineering VP with more than 30 years of leadership and contributions for enterprise software and technology solutions. He strives to creatively... Read More →
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Andrea Ippolito

Presidential Innovation Fellow, VA
Andrea Ippolito is a Presidential Innovation Fellow working with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Andrea was a PhD student in the Engineering Systems Division at MIT, co-founder of Smart Scheduling, Innovation Specialist at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital Innovation Hub, and co-director of MIT’s Hacking Medicine. Recently, she served as a Product Innovation Manager at athenahealth and completed her M.S. in Engineering &... Read More →
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Joseph Kvedar

VP, Connected Health, Partners Healthcare
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, Vice President, Connected Health, Partners HealthCare, is creating a new model of healthcare delivery, developing innovative strategies to move care from the hospital or doctor’s office into the day-to-day lives of patients. He is leveraging information technology – cell phones, computers, networked devices and remote health monitoring tools – to improve care delivery. Based on the technology platform... Read More →
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John Moore

CEO, Twine Health
John Moore is a physician and technologist passionate about empowering patients to build self-efficacy through dramatically enhanced collaboration with clinician coaches. John is the CEO of Twine Health, a startup focused on improving the experience, clinical outcomes, and cost of chronic disease care. John will be talking with Katherine Rose from the Brigham about their work in enabling patients to take the lead in their hypertension care.
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Jim Morrow

CEO, Morrow Family Medicine
Dr. Morrow was the first physician to practice on the Northside Hospital Forsyth campus in Cumming, Georgia. Opening the practice in November, 1998, his practice quickly became a “go-to” practice for Forsyth County residents. As with that practice, Morrow Family Medicine will be known for its open access policy, same-day appointments and very popular morning walk-in hour. Dr. Morrow’s special areas of interest in medicine are... Read More →
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Yuri Quintana

Director, Global Health Informatics, Harvard Medical School
Yuri Quintana, Ph.D. is focused on developing innovative technologies that empower communities of professionals and consumers to collaborate on a worldwide basis. He is currently Director for Global Health Informatics in the Division of Clinical Informatics, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Harvard Medical School. He is developing mhealth applications and global online collaboration networks for health. Previously he was at St. Jude... Read More →
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Katherine Rose

Internal Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Katherine is a primary care physician at Brigham and Women's Advanced Care Associates, South Huntington and also a "clinician innovator" through BWH primary care. She spends most of her time taking care of patients and thinking about how they can do that better. Her current projects include starting group visits for chronic disease management and piloting an app for hypertension management. She's most interested in how she can encourage... Read More →


Thursday April 2, 2015 10:30am - 12:30pm
Commonwealth A

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