Intelligent Automation for Healthcare Admin Summit

Minneapolis, MN, United States

Transforming the Digital Landscape Behind Healthcare

Consider these factors shaping the healthcare industry:
  • The rising cost of healthcare has put huge pressure on systems to save on administrative tasks in order to keep as much profit up front
  • The average annual cost of US healthcare insurance premiums for family coverage has increased more than 300% in less than 20 years
  • According to OECD estimates 20% of healthcare spend is wasted globally particularly on; Care Delivery Failures, Over-Treatment, and Improper Care Delivery
Intelligent Automation Can Assist in Effective Hospital Management by:
  • Automating back-end processes to improve cost-savings and remove human error
  • Creating smarter records by capturing data through connected medical devices
  • Streamlining RCM with machine learning to decrease claim rejections and improve the patient experience
  • Removing silos for data interoperability between departments
The Intelligent Automation for Healthcare Admin Summit provides a practical opportunity to learn from real-life case studies and thought leaders on how to collect, clean & utilize data more intelligently to automate back-end processes, increase cost-savings, streamline processes, and improve the patient experience

Top Benefits of Attending

  • Network with a senior level of financial and technological directors responsible for upgrading and improving their healthcare organization's data management
  • Learning how to leverage - automation and large-scale data analysis to improve patient experience and billing revenue
  • Case studies that will
  • demonstrate how to create transparency between the cost and revenue sides of the organization and create interoperability between enterprise resource planning and revenue cycle management
  • Gain insight into how Electronic Health Records can be upgraded and retro-fitted in order to provide immediate improvement
  • Learn about the infrastructure requirements for smooth data pipelines and process excellence
  • Develop new relationships with solutions providers who can help solve the challenges of upscaling data analysis

2019 Speakers

  • Martin Howard, CIO, NY Proton Center
  • Moses Ike, Director of Corporate Investment and Development, Blueshield of California
  • Stacy Mays, Senior VP and COO, Preferred One
  • Christopher Hutchins, Avp, Healthcare Analytics, Northwell Health
  • Jonathan Nebeker, MD, MS, Deputy CMIO, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Daniel Dunmyer, Chief Executive Officer, Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Regional Hospital
  • Frank Flosman, Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, Norwegian American Hospital
  • Joti Balani, Digital Transformation Leader, American Red Cross
  • Lincoln Smith, Director of Analytic Enablement, Highmark
  • Brian Barrick, Director of Operational Excellence and Strategy, Eskenazi Health
  • Michael Grace, Senior Director Enterprise Resource Planning and Intelligent Automation, Dignity Health
  • Jennifer Clark, Healthcare Delivery Scientist and Consultant, University of Tulsa
  • Eric Mencer, IT Manager, Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Regional Hospital
  • Dmitriy Gorenshteyn, Lead Data Scientist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • David Kelly, Director of Revenue Cycle, Mary Rutan Hospital
Pre-Event Workshops - Monday, April 29, 2019

Conference Day One - Monday, April 29, 2019

Conference Day Two - Tuesday, April 30, 2019


Venue to be confirmed
Minneapolis, MN

More information to follow...

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Event details
Organizer : IQPC North America
Venue : Provided after registration, Minneapolis, MN, United States
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-20246