SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As the 9th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference rapidly approaches, Health 2.0 is excited to announce confirmed speakers at the inaugural Innovating Care Delivery Symposium. The day-long session features an agenda with executives and providers from some of the most progressive health systems in the nation, including UCLA, UCSF, Stanford, Henry Ford, and many others. Speakers will discuss the challenges and opportunities around leveraging new health technologies to improve care delivery and include:
- Sunny Ramchandani from Naval Medical Center San Diego, Samir Qamar from MedLion, and Stacey Chang from UT Dell Medical School who will share insight on how technology will smooth the transition to value-based care.
- Davin Lundqist from Dignity Health, Ashish Atreja from Mount Sinai, and L. Krisa Hoyle Elgin from Stanford Children's Health who will discuss how new technologies are impacting daily clinical workflow and larger systemic operations.
- John Hixson from UCSF, Jeff Weness from Children's Hospital & Clinics Minnesota, Rishi Sikka from Advocate Health Care, and Mark Grossman from UCLA Health who will describe the broad applications for technology in improving care coordination.
- Ward Detwiler from Henry Ford Health System Innovations, Adam Wong from the Department of Health and Human Services, Aaron Martin from Providence, Andrew O'Shaughnessy from NYCEDC Center for Economic Transformation, and Diana Arsovic Nielsen from the City of Copenhagen who will focus on the development of new processes and practices for putting innovation into practice.
By gathering the right people, technologies, and systems into a single room, the Innovating Care Delivery Symposium will foster debate and spark the exchange of ideas between the best minds from leading health care systems, in an effort to change the face of health care as we know it.
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