Benefits of Attending
Military EHRS — Where Do We Stand? Where Are We Going? – How Will We Get There?
The DoD has been at the forefront of developing and installing Electronic Health Record Systems (EHRS), serving over nine million patients, one hundred thirty thousand Medical Health System (MHS) staff, over four hundred medical clinics and more than sixty military hospitals. Health care professionals in all fixed military medical facilities and in many deployed environments have access to EHRS. (By contrast, less than ten percent of US non-military hospitals have even a basic electronic records system.) However, there have been bumps in the road: concerns have been raised about the reliability and ease of use of DoD’s EHRS and whether it is productive and cost-effective. There have also been problems in getting DoD systems to interoperate efficiently with the Department of Veterans Affairs’ EHRS.
This outstanding conference brings together the experts from government and industry who are defining and developing the solutions to these and other issues and who are modernizing the military Healthcare IT infrastructure and developing the next-generation Military EHRS.
- What are the goals and objectives of the DoD EHR Way Ahead Program? What is the future of AHLTA?
- What are the lessons learned in EHR implementation? VLER installation?
- How will the introduction of Service-Oriented Architecture tools and technologies facilitate interoperability among DoD and VA EHR Systems?
- How do you measure EHRS effectiveness? Ensure security and privacy? How are Web-based hosting and Cloud Computing changing the approach to EHRS?
- What new capabilities are being developed in EHRS data mining and global, mobile EHRS?
- How do we tie military and private systems into the National Healthcare Information Network?
- What opportunities are available?
These and many other critical questions will be addressed during this outstanding two-day event.
Experts from: (DoD/VA IPO), TRICARE, USCG, US Army, US Navy, USMC, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS), Health Information Services, DoD Verizon Solutions, HP Enterprise Services, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Kaiser Permanente, Open Health Tools, Inc examine:
- Government Needs, Initiatives, Roadmaps and Plans
- Interoperability Challenges and Emerging Solutions — “The Way Ahead”
- What’s Ahead for Electronic Health Record Systems on the Battlefield? At Garrison Level?
- Deploying VLER — Challenges and Lessons Learned
- Information Assurance, Innovative Enterprise Strategies, Architectures: Cyber Security and Open Source EHA
- Next-Gen Apps – Real-Time Telemedicine, Virtual Healthcare, EHR Data Mining & Mobile/Global EHRS
Who You Will Meet
Some of the titles who have attended past events
- Presidents/Vice Presidents
- Chief Medical Officers
- Telehealth Programs Administrators
- Directors, Business Development Managers
- Directors, Informatics and IT Solutions
- Directors, Information Systems
- Chief Sales Executives, Federal Healthcare
- Business Development Managers
- Sr. Managers, Federal Accounts
- Sales Directors
- Capture Managers
- Sr. Client Executives
- Sr. Healthcare Analysts
- Program Managers
- Project Managers
- Product Managers
- Commanding Officers
- Medical Planners
- Engineering Leads
- Operations Managers
- Health Service Leads
Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge
1900 North Fort Myer Drive,
Arlington, VA 22209
Tel: (703) 807-2000)
(Mention “Technology Training” for a special room rate)
Attendee accommodations must be arranged directly with the hotel.
Confirmed speakers for Military Electronic Health Records include:
- Dr. Karen Guice, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, TRICARE Management Activity
- Dr. Barclay Butler, Director, Clinical Requirements, DoD/Veterans Affairs Interagency Program Office, (DoD/VA IPO)
- CAPT Michael Weiner, MD, CMIO, DoD/Veterans Affairs Interagency Program Office
- CDR Tony Thornton, USN, CIO, Navy Medicine / (M6) Deputy Chief, BUMED
- Dr. Robert M. Kolodner, MD, Executive VP & Chief Health Informatics Officer, Open Health Tools, Inc., & President, Collaborative Transformations, LLC
- CAPT (USN-ret) Robert Wah, MD, Vice President Healthcare and Chief Medical Officer, CSC
- Ms. Mary Ann Rockey, Technical Director, DoD/VA IPO
- Dr. H. Westley Clark, Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, (DHHS)
- Dr. Tim Cromwell, PhD, Program Manager, VLER Health Director, DoD/VA IPO
- Captain Howard Hays, MD, IChief, Information Officer (acting), Director, IHS Office of Information Technology, Indian Health Servicee
- Ms. Susan Perez, Interoperable Electronic Health Record (iEHR) Co-Project Manager, DoD/VA Interagency Program Office
- Commander Trent A. Janda, USCG, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, U.S. Public Health Service/U.S. Coast Guard, Chief Medical Information Officer
- Commander Cayetano “Tony” Thornton, Chief Information Officer, Navy Medicine / (M6) Deputy Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery at Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
- Mr. Mark W. Hamra DO, Director, Clinical System Development Government Solutions, Harris Corporation
- Mr. Gregory Guernsey, USA, Director., Test and IV &V, Army CECOM
- Mr. Martin D. Quattlebaum, USA, Deputy Director for Administration, Chief Epidemiology Branch, US Army Aeromedical Program Manager, US Army Aeromedical Activity
- Dr. Karen Bell, MD, Chair Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT)
- Colonel Joseph Grebe, USA, Interoperable Electronic Health Record (iEHR) Co-Project Manager, DoD/VA IPO
- Commander Trent A. Janda, USCG, DO, U.S. Public Health Service/U.S. Coast Guard, Chief Medical Information Officer
- Mr. Kenneth Rubin, Chief Architect, U.S. Federal Healthcare Portfolio, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services
- Dr. Kevin Fickenscher, Chief Executive Officer, American Medical Informatics Association
- Ms. Susan Perez, Interoperable Electronic Health Record (iEHR) Co-Project Manager, DoD/VA IPO
- Dr. Lauren Thompson, Ph.D., Program Director, Federal Health Architecture, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (DHHS)
- SgtMaj Joseph E. VanFonda, USMC, U.S. Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment
- Dr. Summerpal Kahlon, MD, Vice President, Business Development, RelayHealth/McKesson
- Colonel (ret) Elspeth Ritchie, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, District of Columbia
- Dr. Ritu Agarwal, PhD., Senior Director of Government and Industry Affairs, Siemens
- Dr. Charlene Underwood, Senior Director of Government and Industry Affairs, Siemens
- MAJ Paul R. Dueringer, USA Air Medical Evacuation/Current Ops Officer, Army National Guard
- Mr. Auston Davis, Director, Response Services, Information Security, Kaiser Permanente
- Mr. Geoff Hancock, Director, Cloud Security Mobility Healthcare, DoD Verizon Solutions
- Mr. Jason McNamara, National HITECH Team Member, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), DHHS