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HTRAC – HealthTech Research Advisory & Council
MARCH 30 – April 1, 2014 – Astor Crown Plaza Hotel – New Orleans, LA
Clinical, Business & IT Leadership Collaboration
Priorities for Innovative Health Organizations: Engagement, Outcomes, Data & Security
Innovative Healtchare CXOs understand that a successful healthcare ecosystem requires collaboration from providers, payers, government and IT. At the HTRAC Meeting, Business, IT and Clinical leaders from diverse organizations come together to engage in collaboration and brainstorming on the impact IT is having on the healthcare industry.
• ADVANCED CLINICAL PROCESSES & IMPROVED OUTCOMES – Strategies for MU Stage 2 & 3 Compliance
• INFORMATICS / BIG DATA – How can we create knowledge from our data and share it to improve decision making?
• REDUCING COST OF CARE – How can IT investments & Care Coordination be used to reduce the cost of care?
• SECURITY / RISK MANAGEMENT – How do we ensure data integrity, minimize breaches , provide secure access and protect our devices
• POPULATION MANAGEMENT – How can IT, Collaboration and Information Sharing support this
• EXECUTIVE ROADMAP – How are CXO priorities changing
• REIMBURSEMENT – Strategies for Bundling, TDABC and effective payer/provider collaboration
• DATA, SHARING & THE CLOUD – How do we store & structure data to facilitate information sharing and interoperability?
• WELLNESS & PATIENT ENGAGEMENT – How can we use IT to better engage our patients
• MOBILITY – How can we use mHealth and TeleMedicine to improve care?
• BIOTECH COLLABORATION WITH PAYER/PROVIDER – Emerging Trends in the importance of Biotech
• ACOs – What is the role IT plays in our move to ACOs and performance-based pay?
HTRAC is an executive retreat designed to facilitate a thought provoking exchange of best practices and strategies among healthcare’s elite. Features of this meeting include:
• Collaborative Roundtable Exchange
• Top leaders & decision makers
• Earn 18 CEUs
• No Tradeshow Floor
• Intimate: 150 – 200 executives for quality relationship building
• No “death by powerpoints”: Sessions are peer-driven discussions
• Limited vendor/sponsor attendance
• Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Banquets/Receptions as groups to maximize networking opportunity
• Build & foster out-of-office relationships