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Physicians and healthcare professionals should claim only the prescribed credit commiserate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This live activity “Predictive Medicine and Health Analytics” with a date of March 28, 2017 in Tulsa or March 29, 2017 in Oklahoma City has been reviewed and is acceptable for 5.25 AOA Category 2A CME Credits. Prescribed earned must be described as prescribed credit (not as Category 2A).
This program has been approved by the National Association for Healthcare Quality for 4.25 CPHQ continuing education hours.

Predictive Medicine and Health Analytics Conference

Sponsored by the Center for Health Systems Innovation, Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Cox Business Convention Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

The conference will focus on how predictive analytics improves patient care, reduces costs and brings greater efficiencies to the healthcare industry. This conference brings speakers from across the nation who will provide real-world examples of predictive analytics in the healthcare industry. It is designed for professionals interested in further exploring how predictive medicine and analytics can be used in their organization.

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Time Event  
9:00-9:15 a.m.

Welcome and Introductions

Moderator — Dr. William Paiva, Executive Director, Center for Health Systems Innovation, Patterson Foundation Chair, Spears School of Business, Center for Health Sciences, Oklahoma State University

William Paiva
9:15-10:00 a.m.

Population Health Trends within the Evolving Value-Based HealthCare Economy

Population health has been the latest term to describe effectively managing lives in value-based contracts. This presentation will share unique insights into the movement to value and specifically 1) the evolving relationships among patients, providers, payers, and purchasers of healthcare; 2) the alternative payment model movement- how care is being delivered in value-based contracts between providers and payers, particularly Medicare, and; 3) the population health trends of today, including perspectives from employers, technology vendors, payers, and public health organizations.

Bo Nemelka, Director, Leavitt Partners, LLC, Chicago, IL

Bo Nemelka
10:00-10:15 a.m. Break  
10:15-11:00 a.m.

How “Little Data” is Needed to Transform Health Care

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Dr. Rick Peters, Chief Information Officer, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

Dr. Rick Peters
11:00-11:45 a.m.

Population Health Management: Enabling Care Delivery Transformation Through Advances in Cloud Computing, Big Data Platform and Closed Loop Intelligence

There are multiple and parallel shifts occurring in healthcare today and more importantly, these shifts are more rapid than what has occurred across many decades. This presentation will share population health strategies and advances in technology and intelligence being applied to achieve the triple aim objectives of population health management. It will further discuss specific examples of advanced intelligence enabled by big data platform and its integration into clinical workflow to impact healthcare outcomes.

Dr. Bharat Sutariya, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Population Health, Cerner, Kansas City, MO

Dr. Bharat Sutariya
11:45 a.m. Break  
12:00-1:30 p.m.

Executive Management Briefing
Health Transformation in the Cognitive Era

Dr. Kyu Rhee, Chief Health Officer, IBM Corporation (global responsibilities for Watson Health), New York City, NY

Dr. Kyu Rhee
1:45-3:00 p.m.

Delivery of Health Care: Payers and Providers Using Predictive Analytics and Population Health to Improve Health Care Outcomes and Manage Costs

Jesse Campbell, Chief Administrative Officer, Mercy Clinic West, Oklahoma City, OK

Dr. Lloyd Hildebrand, Department of Ophthalmology, Dean McGee Eye Institute, Oklahoma City, OK

Michael Peercy, Epidemiologist/Biostatistician, Division of Research and Public Health, Department of Health, Chickasaw Nation, Ada, OK

Jesse Campbell

lloyd hildenbrand

Michael Peercy

3:00 p.m. Conclusion  

William Paiva, Ph.D., is the executive director of the Center for Health Systems Innovation and is the Patterson Foundation Chair in the Spears School of Business and Center for Health Sciences at Oklahoma State University. He has more than 25 years of venture-capital, biomedical-industry, and management-consulting experience. Dr. Paiva specializes in identifying early-stage venture opportunities at the intersection of traditional information technology sectors and healthcare.

Bo Nemelka is a director for Leavitt Partners. In this role, Bo supports clients primarily with healthcare strategy, market research, and economic/business analysis. He began his career at Intermountain Healthcare and later at the University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics. At both health systems, he worked directly with senior management executing top administrative initiatives. He has successfully led several innovative business and operations projects leading to significant cost savings and improved administrative efficiency. Bo received a graduate degree in health care management from Yale School of Public Health.

Dr. Rick Peters, M.D., is the Chief Information Officer at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas, Austin. Prior to joining Dell Medical School, Dr. Peters was president and CEO of Rocket Technology Labs and a managing partner of Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders. He has extensive experience in technology startups. He was the founder and president/CEO of Oceania, one of the first enterprise electronic health records (EHR); founder and president/CEO of iTrust, one of the first Internet n-tier EHRs, later GE Centricity+; founder and President of ScratchTrack, a digital rights management (DRM) company funded by Verisign and; founder and President/CEO of PTRx, a data-driven pharmacy benefit management (PBM) company.

Dr. Bharat Sutariya, M.D., is a vice president and chief medical officer for population health at Cerner. He is responsible for leading population health innovation strategy and solution design for Cerner. In this capacity, he collaborates with leaders across the company and industry to enhance Cerner’s industry leading population health platform and solutions. He leads internal Cerner and client collaboration teams to develop solutions in population health management by integrating near real-time analytics, risk and impactability predictions. Dr. Sutariya is a thought leader within Cerner and the healthcare industry on population health management and shared accountability between consumers, providers, and payers.

Dr. Kyu Rhee, M.D., serves as chief health officer of IBM, where he has global responsibilities for Watson Health and assuring a culture of health at IBM. Prior to joining IBM, Dr. Rhee was chief public health officer at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), where he served on and led numerous national initiatives related to prevention, quality, and public health. Dr. Rhee also served as the director of the office of innovation and program coordination at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where he led initiatives related to eliminating health disparities and promoting health equity. Prior to his federal government service, he worked in community health settings as the chief medical officer of Baltimore Medical System Inc. Dr. Rhee performed his medical residency training in both internal medicine and pediatrics at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Southern California and holds a master’s degree in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Jesse Campbell, M.D., is the chief administrative officer of Mercy Clinic West Communities where he leads a group of more than 350 physicians and advanced practice providers across multiple specialties. He has a particular interest in population health and engagement of virtual medicine strategies to achieve better outcomes. Other responsibilities include serving as the board chair for the Mercy Health System ACO, board chair for the Oklahoma Chapter of MPact, and as one of the team physicians for the Oklahoma City Energy USL Football Club.

Lloyd Hildebrand, M.D., is a former academic ophthalmologist and educator at the Dean McGee Eye Institute. He has CEO-level experience managing a large multi-specialty practice (7 clinics) as well as startup and early-stage medical technology companies. Dr. Hildebrand has held leadership roles in local, regional, national and international professional organizations. He is a consultant to the ophthalmic industry on health information technology and is the clinical lead in the consortium helping develop IBM Watson Health ophthalmic offerings. Dr. Hildebrand graduated from the Physician CEO program at Kellogg School of Management in 2015.

Michael Peercy, is the epidemiologist/biostatistician for the Division of Research and Public Health in the Department of Health for the Chickasaw Nation. His research interests include ethical research practices in native communities, data ownership and sovereignty, cancer epidemiology, climate change and health, and data analytics. Mr. Peercy serves as the administrator for the Chickasaw Nation Institutional Review Board (IRB), an advisory member of the Southern Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center, a national member at large on the American Indian/Alaska Native Health Research Advisory Committee (HRAC), and advisory member of the Choctaw Nation IRB.

Health Systems Administrators (CEO’s, CFO’s, Vice Presidents, Decision Makers), Project Leaders in Health Care/Providers, Administrators in Charge of Quality Outcome Measurers, Healthcare Financial Analysts, Clinical Quality Officials and Directors, Payers, Insurance Providers, Medical Directors, etc.

Sponsorship Information

Gold Sponsor - $3,500

Includes 8 registrations to the conference, Speaker Series Luncheon, and prominent recognition in promotionand at the conference. (Deductible - $1,260 | Non-deductible - $2,240)*

Silver Sponsor - $3,500

Includes 4 registrations to the conference, Speaker Series Luncheon, and prominent recognition in promotionand at the conference. (Deductible - $760 | Non-deductible - $1,240)*

*The amount of the contribution that is deductible for federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of any money contributed over the fair market value of goods or services provided.

If you would like to sponsor, contact:

Krysta Gilbert, Program Coordinator, | 405-744-5208

2017 Sponsors