Agenda

Monday, May 20

7:30 – 8:50 Registration & Continental Breakfast (Ballroom Level Foyer)
8:50 – 9:00 General Opening Remarks (Grand Ballroom)
Speaker: Matt Marshall, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
9:00 – 9:20 Opening Keynote (Grand Ballroom)
Get Your Data On
Constructing a health care system that uses information and technology to empower individuals, and improve both the health and health care of Americans.
Speaker: Farzad Mostashari MD, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Moderator: Matt Marshall, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote (Grand Ballroom)
The ROI of Health IT: Going Digital in a Reformed Health Care System
Health care reform and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) offer hospitals numerous challenges as well as opportunities. This is happening all at a time when innovation is exploding, but so are regulations. Costs are increasing, reimbursement is decreasing. What are Smart hospitals investing in now to thrive in this new environment? What companies and technologies are hospitals keeping their eye on? What metrics and filters are used to separate the hype from the help?
Speaker: Dr. David Levin, CMIO, Cleveland Clinic
Moderator: Matt Marshall, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
9:55 – 10:20 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Thinking Inside the Box: Bringing Health Care into the Cloud
With 4 out of every 5 doctors using mobile devices in the clinical setting for better workflow efficiency and BYOD in hospitals on the rise, healthcare is ready for a secure alternative to consumer-grade cloud collaboration solutions. Doctors are already using text messaging and collaborative platforms to share patient notes, X-rays and MRI images, and for quick patient hand offs. So the need for HIPAA compliant cloud- based collaborative platforms are even more important. From providing medical teams with anywhere access to health information to enabling collaboration within and between medical groups, health systems, payors, patients and third parties, cloud and collaboration players are keenly positioned to help the healthcare industry with the interoperability challenges of today.
Speaker: Aaron Levie, CEO, Box.com
Moderator: Christina Farr, Writer, VentureBeat
10:20 – 10:45 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
The Smart Doctor: From TechnoPhobe to TechnoFile – Using Technology to Stay Connected and Work More Efficiently
It is estimated that over 80% of doctors use smartphones or medical apps in their everyday practice. There are more than 10,000 medical and health apps in the iTunes store today. How are doctors and other clinicians using technology to make their workflow more efficient? Hear from Jeff Tangney, founder and COO of Epocrates, the first medical app offered to physicians which was used before iPhones were on the market. Jeff is currently CEO of Doximity, the largest professional network of physicians’ online. A LinkedIn for doctors, one in four physicians is now using Doximity to stay connected.
Speaker: Jeff Tangney, CEO & Founder, Doximity
Moderator: Rebecca Lynn, Partner, Morgenthaler Ventures
10:45 – 11:00 Morning Coffee Break (Ballroom Foyer)
11:00 – 11:25 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Big Data Analytics and ACOs: Business Intelligence for Hospitals
How is big data and analytics used in the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) model? What can hospital CIOs do to prepare for this new environment. Lessons learned?
Speaker: Sean Cassidy, VP & GM of Premier Data Alliance, Premier Inc.
Moderator: Matt Marshall, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
11:25 – 11:50 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
mHealth for the Underserved–Seeding a New Market
Do the mHealth Math. As hospitals navigate their way into Accountable Care Organization (ACO) arrangements and enter into new relationships with a wide variety of networks, they are forging novel partnerships. Public hospitals and clinics, and their underserved populations (who are fast becoming enormous users of mhealth technology) represent an important constituency for hospitals. Remember the Forgotten: There’s ROI in Public Health and Underserved Communities. What can tech companies do to reach this market?
Speakers: Dr. Ivor Horn, National Children’s Medical Center, Washington D.C
Mark Gehring, President , Asthmapolis
Moderator: Robin Strongin, Founder, Disruptive Women in Health Care
11:50 – 1:30 Lunch (36th Floor & Redwood A&B)
During Monday’s lunch break, we will be hosting a series of small, intimate discussions around key topics in the health industry. Join a table of 8 fellow participants for one of 8 lively discussions moderated by an industry expert. Topics include:
What’s the Next Big Thing Over the EHR Horizon?
Washington DC & Connected Health: Regulating CDS, Cloud Computing & Remote Monitoring
NY eHealth Collaborative Updates
The ABCs of ACOs, HIEs and Health Reform…Ask the Expert
mHealth for the Underserved Blue Button Initiative — Updates and Lessons Learned
Healthcare in the Cloud
Using Technology to Facilitate End of Life Planning hh
1:30 – 2:30 Breakout Sessions:
1)
 Precision Health: Big Data Gets Personal (Cypress A – Ballroom Level)
How are data, analytics and new technologies being used to help with personalized/precision medicine?
Panelists: Chris Rivest, COO, Silicon Valley Biosystems
Joe Betts-Lacroix, Biophysicist & Entrepreneur, ED, Health Extension
Dr. Alan Greene, Chief Medical Officer, Scanadu
Moderator: Greg Biggers
, Council Member & Entrepreneur-In-Residence, Genetic Alliance2) Re-Birthing the PHR 2.0; The Next Wave of Consumer Applications for the Smart Patient (Sequoia Room – Ballroom Level)
Non-tethered Personal Health Records and Patient Portals are vestiges of the past and have not gained mass market adoption (e.g.,. Google Health). With consumer-grade apps like Twitter and Facebook and Instagram proliferating smart phones for everyday use, what does the next wave of patient engagement look like? Consumer and wellness apps aside, hear from cutting edge entrepreneurs who are using social, e-commerce, payments, transparency tools and onsite surveying to radically change how they interact with the healthcare delivery system.
Panelists:
Kristin Baker Spohn, Director, Strategy, Business Development, Castlight
Tomer Shoval, CEO & Founder, Simplee.com
Sterling Lanier, CEO & Founder, Tonic Health
Eric Peacock, CEO & Founder, My Health Teams
Paul Tang, M.D., VP, Chief Innovation & Technology Officer, Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Chini Krishnan, CEO & Founder, GetInsured.com
Moderator: Missy Krasner, Executive in Residence, Morgenthaler Ventures

3) Consumer Health Apps: Human Centered Design 
(Cypress B – Ballroom Level)
What are the design principles that need to be employed to make compelling health apps? What is successful in the market today? (eg, Weight Watchers, RunKeeper)? What kind of revenue models do these apps need to be successful businesses? How can mobile apps really engage and keep the patient/consumer to effectuate behavior change?
Panelists: Marco Della Torre, Biomedical Engineer & Business Development, BASIS
Chris Hogg, AVP, Data Science, Practice Fusion
Eric Bailey, Chief Experience Officer, PokitDok
Moderator:  Aimee Jungman, Former VP of Strategy, Frog Design & Cancer Survior

4) The VC and Growth Equity Landscape in Health IT: The Numbers, The Funding, The Exits
(Conference Theater – Theater Level)
Health IT and Digital Health have been a recent darling of investors off Sand Hill Road as well as individual Angels in the Silicon Valley. In 2012, Digital Health startups raised $1.4B. Is this a fleeting trend or is their real money in health IT? What are some of the drivers that are making this industry segment more viable and interesting to general tech investors? What are some examples of recent exits that make investors more curious about this space?
Panelists:  Promod Haque, Senior Managing Partner, Norwest Venture Partners
Dana Mead, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Beyers
Warren Hogarth, Partner, Sequoia
Stephen Krause, Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
Moderator: Scott Iyama, Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
2:30 – 2:45 Afternoon Coffee Break (Ballroom Foyer)
2:45 – 3:10 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
How mobile monitoring is transforming the relationship between Smart Hospital and Smart Patient.
Dignity Health, one of the five largest hospital systems in the U.S, is embracing technology with specific agendas around mobility, big data, and new models of care design. In the mobile area, it has partnered with Airstrip, which allows flexible monitoring of patients in mobile settings, from the ambulance, to ER and to the home. The value created by mobile monitoring technology, for providers, clinicians and patients will be discussed, along with new announcements by Airstrip.
Speakers: Richard Roth, VP, Strategic Innovation, DignityHealth
Bruce Brandes, Executive Vice President, Airstrip
Moderator:  Matt Marshall, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
3:10 – 3:30 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
The Next Generation Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
With provider incentives being issued by the government (CMS) for Electronic Health Record (EHR) adoption, overall hospital adoption of EHRs has doubled since 2009 (up to 35%). Physician adoption was estimated at 72% by the end of 2012 (up from 48% in 2009). More than 110,000 eligible professionals and over 2,400 hospitals have been paid by the Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Incentive Program. To date, about $5.7 billion in incentive payments have been made. With all this money pouring out to providers, what is next for EHRs? How can vendors stay competitive and fresh in this regulatory landscape? And how can they keep up with the building towards the new criteria for Meaningful Use Stages 2 and 3? Will cloud-based solutions take over legacy software systems because they are easier to update? How will interoperability between competitors really play out?
Speaker: Ryan Howard, CEO & Founder, Practice Fusion
Moderator: Matt Marshall, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
3:30 – 3:45 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Next Generation of EHRs, Illuminating the Big Picture
Health care does not live up to what we all want and deserve. Both patients and caregivers are forced to jump through administrative hoops, are faced with bad experiences and too often critical data is either not available or goes overlooked. This conversation will explore how the next generation of EHRs can help; how services are part of the equation, where the requisite for beauty comes in, and how interoperability must allow information to follow the patient across borders and systems to allow engagement and illuminate the big picture.
Speaker: Mary Kate Foley, VP, User Experience, AthenaHealth
Moderator: John Cooper, Partner, ArchPoint Partners
3:45 – 4:10 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Hospital Sensing and Monitoring
How is sensor-based technology helping bring down costs in the hospital and improving quality around monitoring and detecting events before they happen? How does real time monitoring get extended to the home? What challenges still remain–for clinicians, for patients, and for caregivers?
Speaker: Gunnar Trommer, V.P., Marketing, Sotera Wireless
Moderator: Kapil Parakh MD, PhD, Director of Heart Failure, Johns Hopkins
4:10 – 4:35 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Imaging and Labs in the Cloud
What should a modern hospital radiology and lab look like, now that health care administrators are adjusting to emerging best practices in IT? Can hospitals be more efficient about sharing images or doing consults or second opinions? Should consumers/patients get access to their images and be able to share them with doctors outside of the hospital more easily and with transparency? How should hospital labs be rewired to improve health results and reduce costs? How do labs interact directly with hospital systems or reference or speciality labs outside of the hospital that have their own IT systems? How do we start moving large pieces of data, such as Xrays, MRIs or lab results into the cloud? Hear examples of entrepreneurs trying to solve these problem today.
Speaker: David Yakimischak, GM, Surescripts, E-Prescribing
Moderator: John Cooper, Partner, ArchPoint Partners
4:35 – 5:00 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
The Health Care Cloud : Everybody’s Jumping In
Is health care embracing the cloud? Are we seeing more Personal Health Information (PHI) stored in private clouds? What are the advantages to hosting and storing document data in the cloud in health care? How can cloud solutions increase productivity, real time pushed product updates and scalability of data and analytics in health care? How can on premise solutions be integrated with cloud-based solutions in health care?
Speakers: Joshua Newman, M.D., Director of Product & Health Strategy, Salesforce.com
David Chao, Product Management, MuleSoft
Moderator: Tim Kwan, Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
5:00 – 5:25 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Taking Care of Your Health
From fitness trackers and calorie counters to meditation guides, there are thousands of ways that you can record your health data, but making sense of all your data in the context of a holistic health journey can be overwhelming. Learn how to get and stay engaged with your overall health and wellness. This session will showcase the completely refreshed CarePass, a web and mobile destination which will allow you not only to sync data from your favorite health and wellness apps, but also to use data to generate fresh insights, compelling visualizations, and customized recommendations.
Speaker: Dan Conroy, VP of Business Development, AETNA
Moderator: Mary Grealy, President & CEO, Healthcare Leadership Council
5:25 – 5:55 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
When is a Mobile Phone a Medical Device? Washington Wants to Know.
Washington lawmakers and regulators are increasingly interested in how medical applications on smartphones and tablets should be regulated. Congressional hearings are on the upswing as Members of Congress question whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act could allow the FDA to define smartphones and tablets with health-related apps as “medical devices.” The outcomes of these deliberations have far reaching implications for tech innovators and developers. Get a quick summary of the latest guidelines that were issued on mHealth by Health & Human Services (HHS) and what this means going forward.
Speaker: Kim Tyrrell-Knott, Partner, Epstein Becker Green
Moderator: Ryan Minarovich, J.D., CEO of The Tenzing Group
5:55 – 6:00 Closing Remarks (Grand Ballroom)
6:00 – 7:30 Hosted Opening Night Reception (36th Floor)

Tuesday, May 21

7:45 – 8:45 Registration, Continental Breakfast & Exhibits (Ballroom Foyer)
8:45 – 8:50 General Opening Remarks (Grand Ballroom)
8:50 – 9:10 Opening Keynote (Grand Ballroom) A consumer entrepreneur tackles healthcare (and an announcement!)
Speaker: Owen Tripp, Founder, Consulting MD
Moderator: Bryan Roberts, PhD, Partner, Venrock
9:10 – 9:20 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Speaker: Albert Santalo, CEO, CareCloud
Moderator: John Cooper, Partner, ArchPoint Partners
9:20 – 9:45 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)Hear how Verizon is bringing its innovations in mobility, cloud and IT, to health care.
Speaker: Nancy Green, Managing Principal, Connected Health Care Solutions, Verizon
Moderator: Matt Marshall, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, VentureBeat
9:45 – 10:10 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Grassroots Patient Empowerment
Patients are taking health care into their own hands by launching online petitions. For the first time in history, regular people everywhere have the power to demand better health for themselves and their families. Ben Rattray, founder and CEO of Change.org, will explain how ordinary people throughout the world are using the power of the online petition to disrupt the way food corporations, hospitals, insurance companies, and government agencies alike do business – and take their health into their own hands. From a mom who sparked a movement pressuring the FDA to accelerate approval of a life-saving muscular dystrophy drug, to a Colorado man who got President Obama to provide health care benefits to seasonal firefighters, to a teenage girl who got flame retardants out of Gatorade, people are using Change.org to transform health advocacy as we know it.
Speaker: Ben Rattray, CEO, Change.org
Moderator: Christina Farr, Writer, VentureBeat
10:10 – 10:35 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Using an Adaptive Datawarehouse to Engage Clinical Staff and Drive Quality Improvements
What should innovators and vendors be thinking about as they develop the next generation of tools and analytics? What are the metrics for success? What are the challenges to achieve the objectives? What is different about this approach from tools, technologies, and teams?
Speakers: Yohan Vetteth, VP, Healthcare Data & Analytics, Stanford Hospitals and Health Clinics
Dr. Dipanjan Banerjee, MD, MS, Stanford University School of Medicine, Advanced Heart Failure & Cardiac Transplantation
Moderator: Dan Burton, CEO, Health Catalyst
10:35 – 10:55 Morning Coffee Break (Ballroom Foyer)
10:55 -11:20 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Scaling Up Innovation: Creating a Formal Pathway from Innovation to Clinical Partnership
What processes are necessary to encourage delivery systems to test innovations in a more efficient manner? How can innovation work in academic and commercial environments? How can innovators connect with clinical partners ? Hear how leading health providers are developing such a pathway.
Speakers: Faye Karnavy Sahai, VP, Innovation & Advanced Technology, Kaiser Permanente
Sumbul Desai M.D., Associate CMO for Strategy & Innovation, Stanford University
Moderator: Rebecca Mitchell Coelius, M.D., Medical Officer for Innovation, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) & Office of Science and Technology, White House
11:20 – 11:45 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
What does Nursing Look Like in the Smart Hospital: Intelligent Technology, Tools, and Teams for Smart Hospitals and Practices
How do we leverage intelligent tools (smartphones) to improve patient safety and caregiver efficiency in the hospital enterprise? How are EHRs integrating smartphones to enable a “consumer like” experience. How do nurses and care teams communicate more efficiently about patient care? What is the future of nurse call in hospitals? Is BYOD and mobile devices the wave of the future for nurse call. What are the latest and greatest enterprise solutions for making nurses more effective on the floor.
Speakers: Darren Dworkin, SVP & CIO, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Julie Vilardi, RN, MS, Exec Director, Clinical Informatics & Strategic Projects, Kaiser Permanente
Moderator: Trey Lauderdale, President, Voalte
11:45 – 12:10 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Digital Health: Redefining the Way We Live
With Medicare penalizing hospitals for re-admissions within 30 days for certain diseases, hospitals are working to find new tools to help manage patients when they leave their four walls. How can recovery and wellness be extended into the home post discharge? What are some of the new technologies to help patients and providers do real time monitoring at home? When can health care start becoming a mantelpiece in the home? How will aging-in-place also factor into this new model of care?
Speaker: Don Jones, VP, Global Strategy & Market Development, Qualcomm Life
Moderator: Susan Dentzer, Senior Policy & Communications Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
12:10 – 1:30 Hosted Lunch (36th Floor & Redwood A&B)
12:15 – 12:35 Quick Connect Speed Dating hosted by ArchPoint Partners (Warfield Room – Theater Level)
Meet 4 new industry colleagues in an efficient, high-energy environment. Sometimes, serendipity is the best way to make valuable new connections. In a quick 4 minute conversation, you’ll know if the person you’re talking to is someone to file under industry connection—or a high-potential business development or partnership opportunity. You’ll get to know 4 new colleagues in less than 20 minutes—and have a lot of fun doing it.
Emcee: Meghan Kelly, Writer, VentureBeat
1:30 – 1:55 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Speaker: Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer & EIR, HHS
Moderator:  Mohit Kaushal MD, Partner, Aberdare Venture
1:55 – 2:45 Breakout Sessions:
1) How to Use Tools for Patient Activation/Patient Engagement: A Cross Generational Look (Cypress A Room – Ballroom Level)
Everybody knows it’s important to eat well, exercise, get plenty of rest and quit smoking. Easier said than done. Harder still, adhering to medication schedules and weight loss programs. Patient engagement is not just for the young and healthy. Here from a panel of experts as they share tools and strategies for what works for all demographics. The Geisinger Health System launched several pilots around weight management, medication adherence, and heart disease using text messaging and mobile apps.
Panelists: Chanin Wendling, Director of eHealth, Geisinger Health System
Jody Holtzman, SVP, Thought Leadership, AARP
Jan Bruce, CEO andCo-Founder, meQuilibrium
Moderator: Meghan Kelly, Writer, VentureBeat
2) By Women, For Women: Building Technologies for the Chief Medical Officer of the Home (Sequoia Room- Ballroom Level)
According the Department of Labor, women make approximately 80 percent of healthcare decisions for their families and are more likely to be the care givers when a family member falls ill. In addition, women utilize more healthcare services and accrue more healthcare expenses than men over their lifetime. Join this panel of experts, who will share their insights to this market.
Panelists: Amy Sheng, Co-founder, CellScope
Leah Sparks, Co-founder and CEO, Wildflower Health
Ana Manzur-Allan, Executive Director, XX in Health
Moderator: Kimberly Petty, Co-Founder & Managing Director, ExperiaHealth
2:45 – 3:00 Afternoon Coffee Break (Ballroom Foyer)
3:00 – 4:25 HealthBeat Grand Rounds Innovation Showdown (Grand Ballroom)
10 health IT/digital health Seed to Series A+ and beyond companies will pitch their startup/businesses to a panel of judges. They will each get 5 minutes to pitch and demo their products. These finalists will be chosen from a large pool of applicants.The winner will be announced onstage at HealthBeat 2013 and will receive:• VentureBeat editorial coverage (both Seed and Series A+ winner)• One hour coaching sessions with investors and/or relevant potential customers in our network (both Seed and Series A+ winner)• Two months press relations support from health care specialist Amplify Public Affairs (both Seed and Series A+ winner)• $250,000 convertible bridge loan and 6 months in the Venrock Quarry (Seed winner only)• Dinner with a Venrock Partner (both Seed and Series A+ winner)• Morgenthaler Ventures coaching (with Series A+ winner only)
Series A+/Mid Stage Judges:
Bob Abbott, General Partner, Norwest Venture Partners
Bob Kocher MD, Partner, Venrock
Missy Krasner, Executive in Residence, Morgenthaler Ventures
Dirk Lammerts, Managing Director, Digital Health, Burrill & Company
Jeffrey Makowka, Senior Strategic Advisor, Thought Leadership, AARP
Seed/Early Stage Judges:
Bob Kocher MD, Partner, Venrock
Nikolai Kirienko, Patient Advocate
Dirk Lammerts, Managing Director, Digital Health, Burrill & Company
Jack Young, Partner, Qualcomm Life
Jeffrey Makowka, Senior Strategic Advisor, Thought Leadership, AARP
Emcee: Christina Farr, Writer, VentureBeat
4:25 – 4:50 Fireside Chat (Grand Ballroom)
Healthy Employees=Smart Patients
With the ramping up of health care reform (ObamaCare), employers are going to see more consumer directed plans as well as premium hikes. How can employers continue to keep costs down while maintaining a healthy employee population? What are some of the hottest programs and solutions for employer wellness today? What will happen to the employee wellness industry as insurance reform goes into effect? What tools and strategies can wellness companies offer all employees–those with, and without access to technology?
Speakers:  Michael Yang, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Office, Comcast Venture
Josh Stevens, CEO, Keas
Moderator: Meghan Kelly, Writer, VentureBeat
4:50 – 5:00 Closing Remarks & HealthBeat Grand Rounds Innovation Showdown Winner Announced
5:00 – 6:00 Hosted Closing Reception (Ballroom Foyer)

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