The State of Healthcare in 2022 & What Other Industries Can Learn

april, 2022

20apr4:00 pm6:00 pmMoved OnlineFeaturedThe State of Healthcare in 2022 & What Other Industries Can LearnSpeakers from 3Oe Scientific, CHOC, HIMSS/Technossus, HPMA, Philips & Samaritan Health Services

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Event Details

Consumerization of Healthcare

  • Everyone’s had or knows someone who has had a less than optimal experience as a patient. Our panel will forecast smart technology that will improve patient engagement across all population touchpoints and humanize the patient experience.

Moving Quickly but Safely

  • Gartner reported that 51% of healthcare executives plan to invest in data analytics tools and business intelligence. Our panel will discuss their top digital tool and system investment priorities to deliver quality care with operational excellence. Furthermore, they will explore how regulations for interoperability, patient care, and transparency must be considered to provide a secure, accessible network.

Managing the Labor Shortage

  • The healthcare talent crisis, especially clinical labor shortages, are impacting patient care and crippling the healthcare industry. Our panel will consider tools and systems (such as AI, ML, & Automation) that empower clinicians to streamline patient interactions through the continuum of care. They will also review how IT is collaborating with the CNO, CFO, and CMO to reduce burnout.

Now What?

  • The pandemic has accelerated the development of modern digital-led services, care and operations. Our panel will examine the Metaverse’s potential to improve the patient experience, attract & retain patients, and enable healthcare providers to compete in a landscape where the population has more healthcare options. In addition, they will assess what major acquisitions, like Oracle and Cerner, mean for the future of healthcare technology ecosystem.


Speakers for this event

  • Doug Albro

    Doug Albro

    Vice President, Information Systems @ Samaritan Health Services

    Vice President, Information Systems @ Samaritan Health Services

  • Geri Pavia

    Geri Pavia

    Immediate Past President @ SoCal HIMSS

    Geri Pavia has been involved with the HIMSS SoCal Chapter for almost ten years, four of those years as the VP of Programs. Her passion for charities that support children with acute or chronic illness shows through her involvement in HIMSS SoCal golf tournaments. Geri is a Strategic Healthcare Consultant with over 17 years of experience in business and Healthcare Technology Solutions. Her career has been spent building and leading top-producing partnerships and revenue-generating initiatives within Healthcare. She is a results-oriented individual who understands clinical projects from budgeting and project timeline execution perspectives. Geri has an acute ability to combine her creative skills in strategic clinical planning, client relations, problem research, team leadership and mentoring within direct and indirect technology-based healthcare environments. She has built a solid network of relationships in the direct hospital networks, healthcare, healthcare provider, biosciences, public sector, and state and local government, and healthcare education (SLED) markets.

    Immediate Past President @ SoCal HIMSS

  • Ian Slade, MBA, RN

    Ian Slade, MBA, RN

    Founder @ HPMA

    Ian Slade started his healthcare journey as a trauma nurse when he was 19 years old. Ian identifies himself as a patient advocate first and a technologist second. His true passion is to help the underserved and underprivileged. In the past 20 years, Ian has served as a HIT consultant in more than 30 hospitals in the U.S., Canada and the UK. For more than half a decade, Ian has been the face of advocacy for Southern California. Ian has helped unite the Northern California and Southern California advocacy groups, coordinating advocacy efforts for patients, healthcare technology and hospitals in the halls of Sacramento and the corridors of Capitol Hill.

    Founder @ HPMA

  • Mike Seagraves, PhD

    Mike Seagraves, PhD

    Digital Transformation Partner @ Philips

    Mike's expertise lies in guiding health systems through the organizational transformation required to deliver purpose-focused digital value to their members, providers, business leaders, and communities. His aspiration is to elevate the human condition at scale. Over the course of his career he has worked as a clinician, designed software, optimized clinical and business workflows, assessed physical hardware needs, and led multi-region technology implementations. He has negotiated multi-million-dollar contracts, sold digital services to outside health systems, and worked extensively with top-tier digital transformation consulting firms. Most recently he led successful digital transformations for two of the largest and most complex health systems in the United States. These multi-year experiences included building and leading high-performing global teams while fostering senior executive alignment as they developed new digital strategies and implemented new ways of working across the organization.

    Digital Transformation Partner @ Philips

  • Robert Lubitz, MD

    Robert Lubitz, MD

    Chief Medical Officer @ 3Oe Scientific

    Robert is a Healthcare Executive with nearly 30 years of leadership in strategy, operations, research, clinical integration, population health and quality improvement across academic, community, public health and industry settings. He is an expert at implementing start-up programs and complex turn-arounds. His key qualifications include: • Strategic Planning and Implementation Mapping • Hospital and Outpatient operations • Health System and Industry Pandemic Planning • Research Administration, Grant Management and Product Development • High Reliability / Lean Process Improvement • Clinical Integration and Population Health • Physician Engagement • Graduate Medical Education Administration • Communication and Relationship Management • Motivation and Trust Leadership • Leader Coaching

    Chief Medical Officer @ 3Oe Scientific

  • William Feaster, MD

    William Feaster, MD

    Vice President, Chief Health Information Officer @ CHOC

    William Feaster has been involved in some aspect of Information Technology for over forty years, and has helped several hospitals implement information systems. He completed his MBA in 1993 and has held several administrative positions including Medical Director of Women’s and Children’s Services at Sutter Health in Sacramento, Sr. VP , CMO and CIO, Community Medical Centers in Fresno, and VP of Ambulatory Services and Executive Director of the Pediatric/OB Faculty Practice at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. During his clinical career, he maintained busy practices in Pediatric Critical Care and Pediatric Anesthesia. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics, Anesthesia and Clinical Informatics. His current position as CHIO of a Children's Hospital is the culmination of many years of training and experience as a clinician, IT professional, and experienced administrator.

    Vice President, Chief Health Information Officer @ CHOC


(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm PST


    • Day 1
    • April 20, 2022
    • 4:00pm Welcome and Introductions4:00pm - 4:15pmThe Forum Facilitator will lay a foundation for the upcoming discussion.

    • 4:15pm State of Healthcare in 2022 & What Other Industries Can Learn From It4:15pm - 5:30pmA panel of Industry Experts will discuss a variety of topics relating to the state of healthcare in 2022 and what other industries can learn from it.

    • 5:30pm Q&A5:30pm - 5:50pmForum attendees can ask the panel questions and engage in thought-provoking discussion.

    • 5:50pm Closing Remarks5:50pm - 6:00pmThe Forum Facilitator will review lessons learned from the session and discuss future Forum activities.

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