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Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Virtual Event
April 28, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Disruptive innovation, a term coined by Harvard professor Clayton M. Christensen, is a transformative business model that leverages technology to help focus on making products and services more accessible and affordable. In healthcare delivery, disruptive innovations have the potential to decrease costs while improving both the quality and accessibility of care. Disruptive innovations enable new applications and changes in behaviors. The current thinking with many innovators is a belief that a host of disruptive innovations would have wide implications for payers by shifting payment models to reward precision diagnostic tests and abilities of providers. This panel will focus on the role of innovation in the medical marketplace and examples of disruptive innovations that will change lives in health care.
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5:30 -5:45 – Event & speaker introduction
5:45 -6:45 – Speakers Present
6:45 – 7:00 – Speaker Q & A
Virtual Face-to-Face Credit Hours: 1.5
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Alan Weiss, CMIO for BayCare Health System
Dr. Alan M. Weiss joined the BayCare Health System as their CMIO in August 2018. His primary responsibilities are over all clinical systems, their associated governance, as well as over providing executive leadership over data and analytics.
Prior to BayCare, Dr. Weiss spent 5 years in the Memorial Herman System in Houston, Texas, as their first Ambulatory CMIO. In that role, he had responsibilities over GE Centricity, Cerner and eClinic Works EHRs. Central to that role was EHR optimization efforts as well as the conversion of GE Centricity to Cerner. Before Memorial Hermann, Dr. Weiss was the Assoc. Medical Director of Inpatient Systems at Cedar-Sinai in Los Angeles where he helped develop and implement their EHR, Epic.
Dr. Weiss is passionate about patient care and advocates for the proper use of data and analytics to refine EHR development towards the inclusion of evidence-based medicine.
Ajay K. Gupta, CISSP, MBA – CEO of HSR.health
Over a 20-year career in cybersecurity and information technology, Ajay has seen companies create true competitive advantage from successful management of security and technology initiatives. At the same time, healthcare is burdened with outdated technology infrastructure and inefficiencies – which are often measured in human lives. So, Ajay decided to take his understanding of technology and implementation to disrupt and innovate healthcare in launching HSR.health. Ajay leverages the best of tech to transform American healthcare into a system that innovates healthcare delivery achieving improved quality, lower costs, and health equity.
In addition to his work at HSR.health, Ajay Chairs the Health Domain Working Group for the Open Geospatial Consortium, the global standards setting body for all things Geo; serves as the Secretary of the Board of Directors of Holy Cross Health, a multi-hospital social safety net health system in Montgomery County, MD; and is on the Board of Governors for his alma mater, the fearless University of Maryland, College Park.
Alexander Ronzino, CEO of Coalition Recovery
Mr. Ronzino currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Coalition Recovery – a nationally accredited behavioral health treatment center, and multi-facility healthcare organization based out of Tampa, Fl.
Mr. Ronzino is a 30 Under 30 recipient and has been featured/interviewed and/or published by ABC News, Business Insider, Managed Healthcare Executive, and the Recovery Executive Podcast. Alexander secured venture capital funding at the age of 22 to become the youngest chief executive of a nationally accredited behavioral healthcare organization in the United States. His organization ranked 3rd on the 2021 Seminole 100, an award to the 100 fastest growing alumni led companies from FSU.
Alexander’s non-profit work includes serving on the board of three organizations which he cares about deeply. He serves as a board member of the American College of Healthcare Executives – Western Florida, as treasurer and board member of the Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE), and in a newly elected position, Alexander serves as the Chairman of the National Foundation for Collegiate Recovery.