Military EHRS — Where Do We Stand? Where Are We Going? – How Will We Get There?
Within the Military Health System (MHS), Electronic Health Records are now servicing over ten million patients and are being utilized by 137,000 Military Health System staff, in 412 medical clinics, 413 dental clinics and more than 65 military hospitals and with a total budget of fifty billion dollars. However, there continue to be problems in getting the DoD EHR system (ALHTA) to interoperate efficiently with the Department of Veterans Affairs’ EHR system (VistA) and concern has been expressed within both organizations and within Congress about how this system incompatibility problem will be resolved, at what cost, and when.
This critically important EHR symposium brings together a two-day General Session of Senior Government, DoD and Industry EHR experts who are defining and developing the critical solutions to these and other issues and who are responsible for modernizing the Military Healthcare IT infrastructure. Crucial issues still remain.
- What are the newest opportunities available?
- What is the future of AHLTA and VistA?
- How is the deployment of the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER) progressing? How can you get your organization Involved?
- How will the introduction of Service-Oriented Architecture tools and technologies facilitate interoperability among DoD and VA EHR Systems?
- What every Healthcare Provider MUST KNOW about Meaningful Use Stage 2 and beyond.
- How do you measure the effectiveness of EHRs? How do you ensure security and privacy?
- How are Web-based hosting and Cloud Computing changing the approach to EHRs Patient Security?
- What new capabilities are being developed in EHRs data mining and in mobile EHRs and within COTS solutions?
These urgent needs and many other critical questions will be addressed in detail during this outstanding two-day symposium & exhibition which will also include networking sessions and luncheons for both Government & Industry.
Over 25 Experts from MHS/DoD, DVA, AFMS, DHA, ONC/DHHS, CMS/DHHS, DoD/DMDC, Navy BUMED, IHS, ARNG, NITAAC, DVBIC/DCoE, WRNMMC, GE, IBM, Siemens, Accenture, Dell, CACI, BAH, MHV, JHSM, eHI, CREO, OSEHRA, CCHIT, LPCH and Many More presenting:
- Emerging Defense Health Agency IT Needs and Initiatives for an iEHR
- DoD (DHA/MHS) iEHR Update, from AHLTA & VistA to the Road Ahead to Interoperability
- Best Practices for Information Assurance, Cyber Security and Patient Privacy
- Exploiting HIT Technological Innovations in Next- Generation EHRs & Mobile Technologies
- Information Assurance, HIPAA & Big Data Challenges for Patient Privacy
- The Cloud & What You Need to Know for a Secure, Virtual Lifetime EHR and Much More!
Who You Will Meet
- 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.
- Michael Dinneen, MD, Director, Office of Strategy Management, Military Health System, DoD
- Dr. Paul Tibbits, MD, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Architecture, Strategy & Design, Department of Veterans Affairs
- Dr. John Glaser, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Healthcare Services, Inc.
- Mr. Pradeep Gidwani, Vice President, Federal Health Solutions, Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
- Dr. Amy Helwig, MD, Acting Chief Medical Officer, DHHS, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT
- Dr. Andrew Litt, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Dell Healthcare & Life Sciences
- Dr. Mark Dente, MD, Deputy Chief Medical Information Officer for Community IT Engagement, DVA
- Ms. Susan Penfield, Executive Vice President, Strategic & Health IT, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Dr. Mark Segal, Ph.D., Vice President, Government and Industry Affairs, General Electric Healthcare IT
- Mr. Jim Traficant, Managing Director, Accenture Federal Services, President, ASM Research
- Colonel Sidney Hinds, MD, USA, National Director, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, DCoE
- Dr. Keith Salzman, MD, Chief Medical Officer, CACI
- Captain Howard Hays, MD, Chief, Information Officer, and Acting Director, Indian Health Service
- Colonel David Parramore, USA, Chief Research and Development Officer, Health IT, DHA
- Mr. Damon Davis, Director of the Health Data Initiative, Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)
- Mr. Michael Butler, Deputy Director, Defense Manpower Data Center, DoD
- Mr. Jason McNamara, Technical Director for Health IT at Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
- CDR Debra Manning, MD, USN, Director, Medical Home Port Project Management Office, Navy BUMED
- Mr. Edward Wilgus, Acting Deputy Director and Lead Contracting Officer, National Institutes of Health IT Acquisition
- Dr. Richard Lieberman, Ph.D, Engagement & Solutions Executive, Watson Solution Division, IBM
- Dr. Seong Ki Mun, Ph.D., President and CEO of OSEHRA, the Open Source EHR Agent
- Mr. Auston Davis, Chief Information Security Officer, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital
- Dr. James Cox, MD, Medical Evaluation, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
- Ms. Jennifer Bordenick, Chief Executive Officer, eHealth Initiative
- Colonel Daniel Balog, MD USAF, Medical Corps, Flight Surgeon, Department of Psychiatry
- Ms. Susan Haidary, National Stakeholder Manager, My HealtheVet
- Major Dexter Lovett, ARNG, Patient Administration Officer, Office of the Chief Surgeon
- Dr. Kevin Fickenscher, MD, President & Founder, CREO Strategic Solutions, LLC
- Dr. Karen Bell, MD, Chair, Certification Commission for Health Information Technology
- Dr. Anna Orlova, Ph.D., Exec. Dir., Public Health Data Standards Consortium, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine