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  MONDAY July 12, 2010
   EXECUTIVE SUMMIT PLENARY (Single Track)

0900 - 0915
Conference Welcome
 
Robert Lario
CEO
Visumpoint, LLC
0915 - 1000
Preparing for the Convergence of Healthcare, SOA, and Cloud Computing
 
David Linthicum
Owner
David S. Linthicum, LLC
SESSION 1 - 1000 - 1045
1000 - 1045
Keynote Presentation - Toward Data and Knowledge Interoperability: The Clinical Decision Support Consortium Project
 
Blackford Middleton
Corporate Director of Clinical Informatics Research & Development (CIRD) and Chairman of the Center for Information Technology Leadership (CITL), Partners Healthcare System
Assistant Professor of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health
1045 - 1115  Morning Refreshments
SESSION 2 - 1115 - 1245
1115 - 1200

 

Health IT Today: Brownian Motion or A True Tipping Point?
 
Robert M. Kolodner, MD, FACMI
Co-founder and President of Collaborative Transformations, LLC
1200 - 1245
Keynote Presentation: Challenges And Learning In The New Era of Health IT
 
Jamie Ferguson
National Executive Director for Health IT Strategy & Policy
Kaiser Permanente
Member of Health & Human Services Health IT Standards Committee
1245 - 1330  LUNCH
SESSION 3 - 1330 - 1500
  FUNCTIONAL TRACK INTEROPERABILITY TRACK "HOW TO" TRACK
1330 - 1415
Service Oriented Architecture - Result Oriented Approach in Healthcare Business
 
Narayan Kadambi
Principal

Arcadia Solutions

Mike Gleeson 
Client Partner
Arcadia Solutions

Using SOA Standards to Secure the Exchange of the Electronic Health Record
 
David Staggs
Director, EHR Standards and Development
SAIC

John Davis
Security Architect, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

 
1415 - 1500
Pragmatic Privacy: Foundation of Service-oriented Meaningful Use
 
Don Jorgenson
CEO
Inpriva, Inc.

 

  Diane Gross, Esq.
Vice President/General Counsel Poudre Valley Health System (PVHS)

 

Creating An Effective Response to the Reform Maelstrom
 
Renu Pandit-Pant
Senior Manager
Deloitte Consulting, LLP

 

1500 - 1530  Afternoon Refreshments
SESSION 4 - 1530 - 1700
  FUNCTIONAL TRACK INTEROPERABILITY TRACK "HOW TO" TRACK
1530 - 1615
Usage of Ontology to Achieve Interoperability, Systems Integration, and Enterprise Architecture
 
Pavithra Kenjige
Owner/Sr. IT Management Consultant
PK Technology
1615 - 1700
Immunization Management Case Study
 
Stephen Hufnagel
Health IT Architect, 
DOD Military Health System

Nancy Orvis
DOD Military Health System

Alean Kirnak, 
Software Partners LLC

John Ritter
College of American Pathologists

 

Singapore Healthcare's Journey Towards Interoperability, Sharing and Reuse
 
Ming Fai Wong
Senior Consultant,  Enterprise Architecture
MOH Holdings Singapore

Tony Lam
Senior Consultant,  Enterprise Architecture
MOH Holdings Singapore

Sari McKinnon
Pricipal, Enterprise Architecture
MOH Holdings Singapore

A Systematic Approach for Migrating to SOA
 
Dennis Smith
Lead: System of Systems Practice
Carnegie Mellon/ Software Engineering Institute 
  TUESDAY, July 13, 2010
0900 - 0915
Welcome - Opening Remarks
 
Richard Mark Soley, PhD
Chairman & CEO
Object Management Group
0915 - 1000
Keynote Presentation: CONNECT: SOA for Healthcare
 
Dave Riley
CONNECT Initiative Lead (Contractor), Federal Health Architecture
Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC)
SESSION 1 - 1000 - 1045
1000 - 1045
Primitives and Style: A Common Vocabulary for SOA Reducing Risk and Costs While Improving Collaboration and Agility
 
Dennis E. Wisnosky
Chief Technical Officer & Chief Architect of the Business Mission Area, OSD DCMO
1030 Exhibit Area Opens
1045 - 1115  Morning Refreshments in Exhibit Area
SESSION 2 - 1115 - 1245
  FUNCTIONAL TRACK HEALTHCARE INFORMATION
EXCHANGE (HIE) TRACK 
TECHNICAL TRACK
1115 - 1200
Traveling the HIE Highway:
Can We Get There from Here?
 
A. James Lee, PhD
Associate Professor,
Department of Community Health & Sustainability,
School of Health & Environment
University of Massachusetts at Lowell
Information Modeling: Service-Oriented Architecture 

Galen Mulrooney
Lead Information Architect
Chief Health Informatics Office for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
1200 - 1245
BPM to Automate and Streamline Processes in Healthcare
 
Kerry Fuqua
Partner
Navigar Consulting
Lessons Learned from a Health Information Exchange (HIE) Pilot between a Military Treatment Facility and its Purchased Care Network (PCN)
 
Nhan Van Do, MD

LTC, MC, US Army
Chief of Business Process Management
Office of the Surgeon General USA Army/OCMIO
 
1245 - 1330  LUNCH
SESSION 3 - 1330 - 1500
  ARCHITECTURE TRACK HEALTHCARE INFORMATION
EXCHANGE (HIE) TRACK 
TECHNICAL TRACK
1330 - 1415
Enabling Technologies for Healthcare Transformation & SOA
 
Sridhar Iyengar
Distinguished Engineer
IBM

Henry Chang, Ph.D.
Collaboratory Director
IBM Research Collaboratory  for Intelligent Living- Taiwan
Healthcare Transformation
T.J. Watson Research Center

Chalapathy Neti, 
IBM Research, USA

Shahram Ebadollahi
IBM Research, USA

Health Information Exchange Towards Conduct of Comparative Effectiveness Research: How Do We Get There?
 
Michael Talley
Director & Treasurer
Southeast Michigan Health Information Exchange (SEMHIE)

Steven J. Korzeniewski PhD-Candidate, MSc, MA,
Director, Statistical Analysis Resource Group (SARG),
MPRO- Michigan's Quality Improvement Organization

 

Rethinking IHE Profiles in the Healthcare Services World
 
Stefano Lotti
HL7 Italy Chair
Enterprise Architect
Invitalia - Government Agency for
Inward Investment Promotion and Enterprise Development
1415 - 1500
Architecting Healthcare Services Using UML and SoaML
 
Cory Casanave
CEO
Model Driven Solutions
Delaware Public Health Strategic Vision, HIE and Other Activities
 
Marcy Parykaza, MGA
Chief, Information Systems Bureau
Delaware Division of Public Health
Active Management of Healthcare Operations: A Dynamic System View
 
Dennis Moen
Research Scientist
Lockheed Martin
1500 - 1530  Afternoon Refreshments in Exhibit Area
SESSION 4 - 1530 - 1700
  ARCHITECTURE TRACK HIE PANEL DISCUSSION
1530 - 1615
Model Driven Clinical Document Architecture (CDA)
 
Sean Muir
Independent Information Technology & Services

 

Panel Discussion: Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) for Public Health: Public Health and Clinical Perspectives
 
Moderator:

John Quinn
Chief Technology Officer
Health Level Seven (HL7)

Panelists:    

Anna Orlova, PhD
Executive Director
Public Health Data Standards Consortium

Marcy Parykaza, MGA
Chief, Information Systems Bureau
Delaware Division of Public Health

Alean Kirnak
President
Software Partners LLC

Paul Aneja
Strategic Enterprise Architect
Oregon State Health Department
Co-Chair, CDC Community of Practice on Public Health Enterprise Architecture

1615 - 1700
Using SOA to Deliver a Healthcare Interoperability Platform that Improves Medical Outcomes
  Nageshwara R. Bashyam
Chief Architect
Harris Corporation

1800 - 2000 Conference Reception in Exhibit Area
  WEDNESDAY, July 14, 2010
0900 - 0915
Welcome - Opening Remarks
 
Kenneth Rubin 
Chief Architect Federal Healthcare Portfolio
HP
0915 - 1000
Keynote Presentation - Using Service Oriented Architecture to Support Meaningful Use
 
Charles M. Campbell
Chief Information Officer
Military Health Systems, DoD
SESSION 1 - 1000 - 1045
1000 - 1045
1045 - 1115  Morning Refreshments
SESSION 2 - 1115 - 1245
1115 - 1200
Implementing the DoD/VA Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER)
 
Douglas Felton
Manager, Enterprise Framework
DoD/VA Interagency Program Office
1200 - 1245
The Plan vs. The Reality: Navigating SOA Challenges in Federal Healthcare
 
Scott Gaydos
Applications Services Executive
HP
1245 - 1330  LUNCH
SESSION 3 - 1330 - 1500
  FUNCTIONAL TRACK TECHNICAL TRACK CASE STUDY TRACK
1330 - 1415
SOA and Systematic Reuse for Health Information Exchange Systems
 
Sholom Cohen
Senior Member Technical Staff
Software Engineering Institute
New Approach Expanding SOA in Healthcare
 
Eric Leader
VP, Technology Architecture
Carefx Corp.
1415 - 1500
 
1500 - 1530  Afternoon Refreshments
SESSION 4 - 1530 - 1700
  FUNCTIONAL TRACK TECHNICAL TRACK CASE STUDY TRACK
1530 - 1615
Panel Discussion: Institutional Readiness and Organizational Change
 
Moderator:

Kenneth Rubin
Chief Architect Federal Healthcare Portfolio
HP

Panelists:    

Dr. Robert O'Hara
Chief, Clinical Informatics
Veterans Health Administration

The Honorable James B. Peake, M.D.
Lieutenant General, USA (Ret)

SOA Modernization Visual Case Study for the CTO
 
Jon Farmer
Principal
Care Data Systems
1615 - 1700

 

Building a Scalable Health Data Exchange Fabric with hData
 
Gerald Beuchelt 
Lead Software Systems Engineer
MITRE
Vista MUMPS to Java Modernization Pilot and Aftermath
 
Phillip Newcomb
CEO
The Software Revolution, Inc.

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