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                                                                                                      OCTOBER 24, 2018
                                                                  LERNER HALL, 2920 BROADWAY, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                                                                                            NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10027


This year, Partners in Digital Health presents a full day of concurrent meetings featuring  a worldview from the foremost  innovative experts in blockchain and telehealth sectors in healthcare. The conference will convene up to 800 senior executives and industry experts to address the most compelling issues, growth opportunities, and financial implications for the industry.

Sector leadership will converge to discuss the integration of emerging technologies in healthcare today to accelerate building a new framework for the future of patient care, and backbone for a new health system. Clinicians must be aware of evolving technology in healthcare in order to understand the potential implications to the future of patient care and health systems.

The program is approved for 3 CME and ANCC credits at this time.

CME Credit Designation:
Jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and Partners in Digital Health.
ANCC Credit Designation:
This activity is eligible for ANCC credit, see final CNE activity announcement for specific details.

Look for the following information contained is the session description  for AMA Credit Designation:
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™


Grounded in critical present day issues and milestones, Converge2Xcelerate will highlight the most creative thinking and strategic approaches for organizations to build a sustainable, scalable, and fiscally responsible future in value based care giving, presenting cases from inception to outcome, and so much more.

Stay tuned for details for the 2nd Annual Innovation Ignition Competition. Entry specifics will be released soon!

The audience for this executive level event will include:
  • Hospital leadership
  • National and regional agencies including government, and not-for-profit organizations
  • HIT and innovation leadership
  • Academic leadership
  • Leading health professionals including physicians, nurses, care givers, and behavioral experts
  • Life science, medical technology, and device companies
  • Health insurers
  • Startups and entrepreneurs
  • Investors, incubators, and consultants
  • Undergraduate and graduate students

We invite you to join us - share your knowledge and curiosity. Prepare to meet experts you would not otherwise, and ignite partnerships and opportunities that  will thrust innovation and career paths forward.  Expect your contribution and collaboration to transcend boundaries,  change healthcare, and health systems.

In addition, we will conduct the 2nd Annual Innovation Ignition Competition, Parliamentary Debates, and live stream to Meetups around the globe enhancing participation by up to 5,000 clinicians and innovators worldwide......this is the perfect forum for those that want to learn more - and prepare now!

Join us - simply chose your Track - Telehealth, Blockchain , or both...plus BONUS electives to create your own agenda with any session on the Knowledge and Leadership Track!

We will bring a worldview to you to harness. Check back for new speakers and session topics - we are still growing. We look forward to seeing you there!

For further information contact:
Randy Knotts  |  Email: randyknotts@partnersindigitalhealth.com  |  Phone: 312-933-4700

PRIVACY POLICY: If you register for the event, we will share your contact information with sponsors and exhibitors. They will likely contact you regarding products and services post event. Should you NOT want to be included on this list, please send an email to us at info@partnersindigitalhealth.com.  You will remain in our database and receive emails with regard to updates and information specific to the Converge2Xcelerate conference only.

HOTEL ROOM BLOCK
We have reserved a room block for you at the NYLO Hotel, 2178 Broadway, NY, NY, 10024. The century-old building retains many historic accents including original fireplace, and 1920s French elevator system in the lobby. Marrying comfort with cutting-edge design, sophisticated style and whimsical fun, NYLO is the hotel chosen for our conference attendees. Should you elect to stay at NYLO, the discounted room rate is $269.00, for an October 23 check-in date. Please call the hotel direct to make your reservation. Tell them is it for the PARTNERS IN DIGITAL HEALTH reservation. The phone number is 1.800.509.7598. The hotel is approximately 2 miles from Columbia University’s Lerner Hall. The hotel web address is: https://www.nylohotelnyc.com/

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Wednesday, October 24
 

TBA

"Perspectives on The First National Blockchain Healthcare Alliance: UnitedHealthcare, Humana, Optum, Quest Diagnostics and MultiPlan Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Mike Jacobs A Practical Guide to Transforming a Business with Blockchain - and Avoiding Failures: Case Study Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Aleksandar Zelenovic Blockchain Parliamentary Debate Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027William Baker • Brian Behlendorf • John D. Halamka, MD, MS Blockchain Technology in Clinical Trials Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Uli Broedl, MD Creating the Desire to Engage: An Ideological Global Economic and Technological Revolution for All TBAShira Frank Cutting Pleasantries: Blasting a Clear Path Forward TBATed Tanner Data Sharing? The case for Blockchain at the Global Convergence of Healthcare, Life sciences, and Consumer Markets Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Ron Ribitzky, MD • Abdullah Albeyatti • Uli Broedl, MD • Kevin A. Clauson, PharmD • Chrissa McFarlane Early Experiences with Blockchain and EHRs Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027John D. Halamka, MD, MS Fit for Purpose: Healthcare Supplychain Case Use Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Tim Ken Mackey, MAS, PhD How Blockchain Can Improve Patient Outcomes & Reduce Healthcare Costs Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Girisha Fernando • Daniel Haudenschild • Waldemar Scherer Inflection Point: Blockchain and Pharmacy Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Kevin A. Clauson, PharmD • Mike Jacobs • Frank Ricotta Pioneerism the Delaware Way: Blockchain Firsts in Business, Collaboration, Innovation, and Substantive Results Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Vince Albanes • Mark Jacobs • Mark B. Thompson, MHSA Tokens & The Internet of Value: Blending Game Theory, Computer Science, Psychology, and Economics TBATom Savel, MD • Katherine Kuzmeskas, MPH • Chrissa McFarlane • Aditya Vikram Singh • Mihaela Ulieru, PhD What Are Autonomous Agents and Game Theory? Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Ted Tanner TBD Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Mark Bodnar • Scott Guilfoyle • Chris Phillips RN, BSN, CCM, CPHQ A Blockchain-Powered Intelligent Computing Paradigm Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Jin Wei-Kocsis, Ph.D. Basics for Blockchain Healthcare Use and Technology: 101 Course TBACees Hesp Blockchain in Scholarly Communications: Real World Experience Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Tory Cenaj • Sean Manion, PhD • Courtney Morris Coming to Terms with Failure and Negative Data: A Case for Acceleration and Success Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Debbie Bucci • Tom Savel, MD Cut to the Chase: No Nonsense Guidelines for Blockchain Startups TBAGil Alterovitz, PhD • John D. Halamka, MD, MS • Cees Hesp • Florence D. Hudson Global Policy Regulation and Reform for Cryptocurrencies, Decentralized Funding, and Smart Contracts Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Anh L. Ngo, MD, MBA • Combiz Richard Abdolrahimi, Esq. IEEE-SA Workgroup: Roadmap for Digitalizing Clinical Trials Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027 Writing for Research - A How To Guide to Write an Original Manuscript Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Tory Cenaj • Ellen McCarthy, PhD Changing Legacy Systems in Real Time: Population Health and Obesity Case Study Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Heather L. Flannery Chronic Disease Management and Models for Sustainability TBAMichael Adcock, FACHE Conquering Innovation in Telehealth Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Gary German • Joespeh (Joe) Smith • Erik Viirre, MD Improving Healthcare Outcomes With Next Generation Internet (NGI): US and EU Case Study Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Florence D. Hudson Making Telehealth a Strategic Asset to Achieve Efficiency Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Bryan Arkwright • James "Jamey" Edwards • John Mattison • Richard Migliori, M.D. Making the US a Telehealth Ready Nation Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Iris Berman • Andrew B. Wilson National Beacon of Telehealth Excellence: Case Use for Future Deployment Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Dee Ford, M.D., MSCR • Kathryn King Cristaldi M.D. Netflixing Clinical Trials: How TeleHealth is Changing the Clinical Trial Forever Learner Hall, 2920 Broadway, Columbia Univeristy, New York, NY 10027Stan Kachnowski Telehealth Parliamentary Debate TBAWilliam Baker • Richard Heinzl, MD MPH MSc LLD • David Gruber MD, MBA • Richard Migliori, M.D. The Proliferation of Concierge Medicine Business Models in Value Based Medicine TBADaniel Carlin, MD