Agenda

Dr. John Halamka, MD, MS John is Chief Information Officer of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Chief Information Officer and Dean for Technology at Harvard Medical School, Chairman of the New England Health Electronic Data Interchange Network (NEHEN), CEO of MA-SHARE (the Regional Health Information Organization), Chair of the US Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), and a practicing Emergency Physician.

Dr. John Halamka, MD, MS
John is Chief Information Officer of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Chief Information Officer and Dean for Technology at Harvard Medical School, Chairman of the New England Health Electronic Data Interchange Network (NEHEN), CEO of MA-SHARE (the Regional Health Information Organization), Chair of the US Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), and a practicing Emergency Physician.

Dr. Richard Bohmer, MD, MPH Richard is a physician and former Professor in Business Administration at the Harvard Business School in the Technology and Operations (TOM) unit. He teaches a second year course on health care operations management, “Managing Medicine,” which discusses the design, management and improvement of the processes by which patients are medically treated. He co-directs the MD-MBA program and teaches a course at Harvard Medical School on medical management.

Dr. Richard Bohmer, MD, MPH
Richard is a physician and former Professor in Business Administration at the Harvard Business School in the Technology and Operations (TOM) unit. He teaches a second year course on health care operations management, “Managing Medicine,” which discusses the design, management and improvement of the processes by which patients are medically treated. He co-directs the MD-MBA program and teaches a course at Harvard Medical School on medical management.

Monday, January 9th

3:00PM - 6:00PM | Attendees Arrive

Arrive at your leisure, and as travel and work schedule permit, join Arcadia and your colleagues for a meet and greet.

7:00PM | DRINKS AT EASTERN Standard (Hotel Lobby Bar)

Tuesday, January 10th

7:30AM | BREAKFAST

Breakfast will be made available for attendees and guests. Take the opportunity to network with colleagues or get a question answered by someone on the Arcadia team … or get a start on emails and join us when the conference starts.

8:30AM | Welcome & Agenda Review

Sean Carroll, CEO, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions

9:00AM | Keynote Address: Dr. John Halamka on Digital Health

John Halamka, MD, MS - Chief Information Officer of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN), Co-Chair of the HIT Standards Committee, a full Professor at Harvard Medical School, and a practicing Emergency Physician.

10:00AM | The Future of POP Health Analytics: The Arcadia Product Roadmap

Michael Gleeson (Chief Analytics Officer) and Nick Stepro (Senior Director of Product Management), will discuss Arcadia's perspective on the market. They'll open up the Arcadia product roadmap to you, discuss R&D focus areas, and tell you what has them most excited for 2017.

12:00PM | Lunch & Presentations from the Arcadia Datathon

Eat lunch, explore pieces from the Arcadia Data Gallery, and hear from a few of the innovators about their work in this past year's Arcadia Datathon.

1:00PM | Managing Utilization & Expense

Explore strategies for leveraging analytics and change management processes to reduce unnecessary utilization and manage medical expense.

2:00PM | Break

2:15PM | Quality & Coding (Risk Adjustment)

Discuss how both data and physician engagement can drive quality and coding improvement - two critical factors to success in an ACO.

3:15PM | Break

3:30PM | BREAKOUT SESSIONS

[Technical] Big Data/Small Data: Jon Cook (Chief Technology Officer) discusses why Big Data matters and how it is transforming healthcare delivery.
[Clinical] Physician Leadership in Value Based Care | : Dr. Richard Parker (Chief Medical Officer) discusses physician leadership in Value Based Care.

4:30PM | Dr. Richard Bohmer on The Hard Work of Health Care Transformation

Dr. Richard Bohmer, MD, MPH is the Chair of the Arcadia Advisor Network, author of the book Designing Care, and a former Professor at the Harvard Business School.

5:30PM | Dinner

Wednesday, January 11th

7:30AM | Breakfast

8:30AM | Welcome & Agenda Review

Sean Carroll, CEO, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions

9:00AM | ARCADIA ADVISOR NETWORK (CLOSED SESSION)

Arcadia management and the AAN will take part in their annual face-to-face meeting to discuss Arcadia’s focus in 2017, and review the current state of the healthcare market for data, IT and services to support Value Based Care.

9:00AM | BREAKOUT SESSIONS

[Technical] Product Input - EHR Push: Join our product group to provide feedback on "EHR Push" - a new Arcadia feature to inject data back into the point of care.
[Clinical] Product Input - Care Management: Join our product group to provide feedback on the designs for Arcadia's new Care Management workflow module.

10:00AM | Breakout Sessions

[Technical] Data Quality Matters: Join Michael Simon to better understand the impact Data Quality and Data Integrity have on supporting Value Based Care initiatives both in the practice and at the administrative level.
[Clinical] Implementation & Support Feedback: Talk with implementation and support leadership at Arcadia to discuss the feedback we are currently receiving from clients, and how we can improve our services.

11:00AM | Breakout Sessions

[Technical] Your Data Asset & Self-Service Analytics: Investigate the power of combined clinical and claims data, and how the Arcadia data asset, and self-service tools can support advanced support for pop health.
[Clinical] Adoption and Use in Clinical Workflows: Discuss how to drive adoption of population health tools and various workflow integration options at the practice level.

12:00PM | Wrap Up & Lunch

Closing remarks, and boxed lunches for the road.

GENERAL Training Sessions

We know it’s hard to find time to learn how to best use Arcadia Analytics, and even more so the get the most of the industry leading data asset you have cultivated with EHR and claims data. We’ll have key resource around for the full conference to help you work through an issue, understand how to get the tool into your clinical workflow, come up with approaches to drive results in a specific intervention, and dive, dig and investigate the data you have and pull out the insights you need to manage your value based contracts. Just stop by the training booth.