in Collaboration with the Wisconsin Technology Council and Wisconsin Angel Network

June 10, 2013 | Madison, WI | Fluno Center

Agenda as of June 7, 2013 - Times and Topics Subject to change

Monday - June 10, 2013

 

 

10:00 am             Registration Opens

 

11:30 - 12:05      Lunch

12:10 - 12:40      Opening Remarks and Keynote – Healthcare Innovation – Selling to the CMIO: Do you improve Healthcare Quality, Patient Safety and Delivery

Barry P. Chaiken, MD, FHIMSS

Moderator: Seth Foldy MD MPH FAAFP, Principal, Preventive Health Systems

 

12:45 – 1:25        Keynote: Building a Sustainable and Profitable Health Information infrastructure

William A. Yasnoff, MD, PhD, Managing Partner, NHII Advisors

Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, FHIMSS

Health record banks (HRBs), patient-controlled repositories of comprehensive electronic health records compiled from all sources, can solve the problems of privacy, stakeholder cooperation, incomplete information, and lack of financial sustainability now blocking the success of health information exchanges.  Sources of HRB revenue include fees for optional patient apps, advertising, and research use of data (with permission).  HRBs can be built rapidly in communities with modest initial capital (e.g., $5 million) by providing free/subsidized electronic health record systems to outpatient physicians, who then enroll their patients in the HRB.  At scale, HRBs can be highly profitable.

 

1:30 - 2:00          Establishing Partnerships and Integration With Third Party HIT Vendors

Tim Thompson, Epic, Vendor Relations Specialist

Moderator: Mark Dahlby, Attorney, Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C.

Established and emerging information technology vendors are faced with many technical and business challenges to partner and integrate with major electronic medical record developers.  Join this informative and interactive discussion with Tim Thompson, Vendor Relations Specialists at Epic, to discuss the process of clarifying customer needs, balancing that with technological complexities, and delivering the right and focused solution by keeping the customer as the center  of focus. Tim will also discuss include working with and educating third party vendors who desire to partner, integrate and develop products for use by Epic's customers.

 

2:00 - 2:15          Break    ~ sponsored by Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman

 

2:20 – 3:10          Healthcare Technology Emerging Company Showcase - First Group

Forward Health Group, Inc. - CEO, Michael Barbouche

Clinical Healthcare - CEO, Arnel Rillo

Elli Health - CEO, Jay Mason

healthfinch - CEO, Jonathan Baran, MS

Judge: Trevor D'Souza, Managing Director, Great Lakes Ventures

Judge: Scott Button, Managing Director, Venture Investors LLC

Judge: Gene Thomas, CIO, Memorial Hospital Gulfport

Judge: Dave Lundal, VP & Regional CIO, SSM Integrated Health Technologies, Dean Health System, WIITTS

Moderator: Tom Still, President, Wisconsin Technology Network

In this session, four companies will be screened and selected to deliver a 5 minute presentations about the healthcare problem their new company solves and how their product or service will enhance healthcare delivery, patient quality, and improved overall health of the patient.

 

3:15 - 3:45          How to Engage the CIO with Pilot Projects that Drive Innovation & Pilots

Gene Thomas, CIO, Memorial Hospital Gulfport

Philip Loftus, CIO, VP of IS, Aurora Health Care

Dave Lundal, VP & Regional CIO, SSM Integrated Health Technologies, Dean Health System, WIITTS

James Dahl, CIO, Fort HealthCare

Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, FHIMSS

 

3:45 - 4:00          Break    ~ sponsored by Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman

 

4:05 - 4:35          Negotiating Terms with a Healthcare provider for Initial/Pilot & Software/SaaS Implementations?

Jonathan M. Fritz, J.D., M.S., AlphaTech Counsel, S.C.

Philip Loftus, CIO, VP of IS, Aurora Health Care

Jim Prekop, President and CEO, TeraMedica

Emerging healthcare IT companies often seek partnerships with large healthcare organizations to test and validate their model or product, obtain valuable analytical data and customer feedback, generate revenue, and demonstrate marketplace momentum.  Once the initial connection is made, the technology has been demonstrated, and there’s mutual interest in working together, the formal relationship is usually established through one or more written agreements.  In this session, you will learn about :

*  Master Services Agreements, Software License Agreements, SaaS Agreements, and Consulting Agreements.

* Common negotiated terms under these agreements:  licensing and use of data and analytics, intellectual property ownership, indemnity, limitations of liability, data and patient privacy, and security policies.

 

4:40 – 5:30          Healthcare Technology Emerging Company Showcase - Second Group

CenterX - CEO, Joe Reinardy

Catalyze.IO - CEO, Travis Good, MD

Wellbe.me - CEO, James Dias

SA Ignite - CEO, Tom Lee

Judge: Trevor D'Souza, Managing Director, Great Lakes Ventures

Judge: Scott Button, Managing Director, Venture Investors LLC

Judge: Gene Thomas, CIO, Memorial Hospital Gulfport

Judge: Dave Lundal, VP & Regional CIO, SSM Integrated Health Technologies, Dean Health System, WIITTS

Moderator: Barry P. Chaiken, MD, FHIMSS

In this session, four companies will be screened and selected to deliver a 5 minute presentations about the healthcare problem their new company solves and how their product or service will enhance healthcare delivery, patient quality, and improved overall health of the patient.

 

5:30 - 6:30           Networking and Reception ~ sponsored by High Tech Happy Hour

 

 

 

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