Microsoft Leadership Theater

Wednesday February 13th

10:00AM-10:25AM

IH16: The Leading Edge of Innovation

Explore the four myths of innovation and how important it is to innovate not only at the "edge" or at the device/app level but to innovate on the "inside" of an enterprise and what that means in differentiating your organization.

Nancy M Green

Global Practice Lead

Healthcare, Life Sciences & Insurance, Verizon

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association

10:30AM-10:55AM

IH17: Digital Healthcare Helps Realize Patient Outcomes

Throughout 2017 2019 St. Michael's had a large Hospital Expansion project and their applied use of Digital Healthcare technologies was successfully delivered, centered around patient focused benefits. This session will summarize these outcomes and lessons learned.

Michael Keen

Executive Director, Chief Planning & Redevelopment Officer, St. Michaels Hospital

Sponsored by: Honeywell

11:00AM-11:25AM

IH18: Improving Patient Safety in OR with Visual Mgmt

Singing River Health System's experience using Skytron's OR Cockpit, a real-time Visual Management solution, for improved patient safety and departmental communication in the Operating Room. To include departmental impacts, team engagement, and outcomes.

Tiffany Murdock

Executive Director of Surgical Operations, Singing River Health System

Sponsored by: Skytron

11:30AM-11:55AM

IH19: Digitized ORs: Actionable Insights for Patient Care

Actionable insights for data extraction, collection, storage, and analysis, that includes applications powered by algorithms that can help a facility immediately start leveraging the data to drive measurable O.R. and patient outcomes.

Jack Page

Product Manager for OR Analytics, GE Healthcare

Sponsored by: GE Healthcare

12:00PM-12:25PM

IH20: The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Care

The impossible Goal: The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Care

Sal Brogna

Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Intuitive

Sponsored by: Intuitive

12:30PM-12:55PM

IH21: Intelligent Evolution of Connected Hospitals

Himanshu will present on the topic of IOT for Healthcare, and the challenges and strategies needed to effect change balanced against the challenges for safe and well managed deployment in the real world. Examples from projects being delivered across the globe and particularly Americas will be shared. Himanshu Khurana 

VP CTO and Chief Innovation Officer for Honeywell Building Technology

Sponsored by: Honeywell 

1:00PM-1:25PM

IH22: Consumerization of Health: How Standards & Interoperability Will Help Intelligent Health

As the reformation of health will drive innovators to demonstrate greater tangible results, there is no doubt that technology and apps will play a key role. Consumers are now more than ever demanding greater access to personalized and patient-centered care and coverage. PCHAlliance has become a key thought leader helping innovators succeed with their deployment of personal connected health devices and services. It is at the heart of what we do – from secure authentic interop standards and thought leadership amplification, to reimbursement policy, regulation and innovation acceleration – we cover the landscape.

Michael Kirwan

VP, Continua at PCHAlliance

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association 

1:30PM-1:55PM

IH23: Trends in Wearables

The Wearables Wednesday kickoff will provide an overview of the themes and examples that are driving the industry and patient engagement.

David Metcalf, PhD

Director, UCF Institute for Simulation and Training, UCF

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association

2:00PM-2:55PM

IH24: How women are leading innovation in Healthcare

What is innovation and how do you define it? We know that it’s more than just an idea. We know that it is getting that idea to market and all that happens in between. Come explore how big ideas transformed the lives of these women and learn about the path that they took to bring their ideas to healthcare to transform others.

Moderator:  Nancy Green, Global Practice Lead, Healthcare, Life Sciences & Insurance, Verizon

Panelists: Meghan ConroyFounder Capture Proof
Stacie Ruth, Co-Founder & CEO, Aire Health

Darlene Arbeit, COO, Alive Sciences

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association

3:00PM-3:25PM

IH26: Wearable Sensors and Batteries

Walt Maclay will discuss the many challenges in sensor measurements such as heart rate, blood glucose, blood pressure, temperature, and blood oxygen, and the challenges of battery life in wearable devices.

Walt Maclay

President, Voler Systems

Sponsored by: Voler Systems

3:30PM-3:55PM

IH27: Blockchain and Wearables in Blockchain

How will Blockchain technology be used to manage trusted data from multiple sources, including wearables? Explore the leading edge of standards, protocols and practical examples for tracking patient data and transactions.

Moderator: David Metcalf, Director, UCF Institute for Simulation and Training, UCF

Panelists: Alex Cahana, MD, Analyst, CryptoOracle

John Bass, CEO Hashed Health

Heather Flannery, Co-Chair ConsenSys Health

Mari Greenberger, Blockchain Lead, HIMSS

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association

4:00PM-4:40PM

IH28: Wearables Across the Health Spectrum: From First Responders through the Care Continuum

Discussion of everyday use cases for wearables from the perspectives of ambient health, medical monitoring, and first responders. Topics include maximizing the value of the data our wearables can track for our health and connections to first responder in disaster / crisis situations.

Moderator: Harry P. Pappas, CEO Intelligent Health Association

Panelists: Roger Smith, CTO for Research, Florida Hospital, Nicholson Center

Eric Kant, President Kant Consulting

Michael Eakins, Creative Lead, UCF, IST, METIL

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association

4:45PM-5:55PM

IH29: Voice and Wearables for the Intelligent Home

Hear from our World Class Panel with representatives from Lake Nona/GE/Guidewell, Tampa/Epperson/Philips/, China/MTA/Amazon as we explore the latest in wearables and advanced technologies for the smart home of the future that promotes health and wellness.

Moderator:  Darlene Arbeit, Alive Sciences

Panelists: Des Cummings, Emeritus, Advent Health

Kaley Miller, Community Coordinator, Lake Nona

Max Hooper, CEO, Merging Traffic

Sponsored by: Intelligent Health Association