Sessions

"This is the best conference I’ve ever been to in all my years in healthcare…and that’s over 20 years."

The future of healthcare digitization is exciting and transformative, and data will be the foundation to accelerate that change. HAS 19 will showcase data as both a fundamental survival strategy and as an innovative approach for thriving in the new world of digital healthcare.

Industry-Leading Keynote Sessions

HAS 19 will showcase well-known healthcare visionaries and C-level executives from leading healthcare organizations. Daniel Pink, the renowned leadership and change management expert, will share best practices regarding the realities of organizational transformation, including the principles of small wins and how to influence change. Dr. Stephen Klasko, who was named number two in Modern Healthcare’s 2018 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare and is a transformative leader and advocate for a systemic revolution in healthcare and higher education. Back for another year will be Anne Milgram, former New Jersey Attorney General and one of the most popular HAS speakers of all time. Her work reforming the criminal justice system through smart data, analytics, and technology will help us draw interesting comparisons between criminal justice and healthcare analytics.

Dr. John Halamka, chief information officer at Beth Israel Deaconess System, chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network, a practicing emergency physician, author of five books on technology-related issues and hundreds of articles, including on his popular blog, Geekdoctor, will help us explore topics at the intersection of medicine and technology. Dr. Tali Sharot, a leading expert on decision-making, optimism, and emotion, is our inspirational speaker who will combine research in psychology, behavioral economics, and neuroscience to reveal the forces that shape our decisions, beliefs, and expectations of the future. We will also welcome our youngest-ever keynote speaker, Justin Aronson, a high school sophomore and founder of variantexplorer.org. He will demonstrate how Generation Z is reshaping our technical and cultural approach to data, making the case that data democratization is critical to enabling future generations to innovate in a more equitable and effective way than is currently possible. Learn more about this year’s keynote speakers.

An Overview of Some of Our 27 Breakout Session Topics

  • Applying machine learning/artificial intelligence to publicly available social determinants of health.
  • How IT can prepare for the era of healthcare digitization.
  • 10-12 innovative use cases in our Machine Learning Marketplace.
  • Harnessing the top data-driven transformations in healthcare.
  • Moving from artificial to augmented intelligence: How AI can help with leadership decision making.
  • Our annual Tom Burton “fun game” learning session.
  • Common pitfalls in machine learning: moving from models to outcomes.
  • Improving revenue and health outcomes with patient loyalty tracking.
  • How data and clinical evidence power organizational transformation.
  • A systematic framework for delivery of safe, highly reliable care, and habitual operational excellence.
  • Improving workforce management through the use of analytics.
  • Data, aligned incentives, and partnerships result in big outcomes.
  • Applying predictive analytics for improving hospital flow.
  • Advanced practice model: What’s after PCMH?
  • Using data and analytics to engage physicians in leading improvements.
  • What happens when you combine AI and a business imperative?
  • Improving value-based performance with data analytics.
  • Population health: Get fit, get well.
  • Three perspectives to better apply predictive and prescriptive models in healthcare.
  • Best practices in analytics (across many cases).
  • Best practices in machine learning (across many cases).
  • Best practices in population health (across many cases).
  • Many other elements you’ve enjoyed before … but better.

At HAS 19, we’ll address these topics and more. From nationally known keynote speakers, to 27 breakout sessions, and 24 Analytics Walkabout, 12 Machine Learning, and 24 Digital Innovation hands-on stations, we’ll address the future trends and showcase leading best practices.

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What Past Attendees Have to Say

This is the best conference I’ve ever been to in all my years in healthcare…and that’s over 20 years

I can’t imagine a better summit. My brain is buzzing with all these new tools, resources, case studies, and innovative ideas and software. I’ll be back next year, and if next year is as good as this year, you’ll definitely have made a follower for life out of me.

This is by far the best conference I have attended. It was well planned and coordinated. Great job to the team for putting this amazing event together.

Same place, same time next year!! The best conference I’ve attended, fabulous job!

It definitely exceeded my expectations. A lot of conferences I go to, you take a lot information but it doesn’t have a practical application. This is completely different because I feel like I have a lot of information I’m excited about and can apply to my situation.

We talk about value-based care…this is a value-based conference. Considering what other conferences costs, the value I get out of this is tremendous.