Webinar on scaling innovation at health systems features leaders from Yale, Ochsner, Duke, and UPMC – learn more about them
Innovation in health care is a priority across the industry – and especially at health systems that want to boost patient engagement, improve health outcomes, and reduce costs, among many priorities.
But what does “innovation” mean to leaders of health systems and how are they scaling new ideas and technologies within their organizations?
To answer those questions, the Center for Connected Medicine produced a report, “Trends for Scaling Innovation in Health Care,” and convened a panel of experts to discuss the topic on a webinar.
On the webinar, hear from Lisa Stump, chief information officer at Yale New Haven Health and Yale School of Medicine, Aimee Quirk, CEO of innovationOchsner, and Erich Huang, Assistant Dean for Biomedical Informatics at Duke University Health Systems. The webinar will be moderated by Rob Hartman, director of business development at UPMC Enterprises.
Learn more about our panelists below.
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Yale New Haven Health and Yale School of Medicine
As senior vice president and chief information officer, Lisa is responsible for information systems at Yale New Haven Health and Yale School of Medicine, a more than $4 billion enterprise. Lisa graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy and The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy with a master’s degree in Pharmacy Administration. She is an active lecturer, commentator, and speaker on health care IT and digital health. And she is Adjunct Professor and a member of the Board of Visitors of the College of Health Professionals at Sacred Heart University.
- Health Data Management names 2019 class of Most Powerful Women in HIT
- How a hospital CIO turns patient feedback into healthy outcomes
- Simpler logins, voice recognition ease click fatigue at Yale
- Yale health care CIO shares what she’s seeing on the front lines of digital technology in medicine
CEO of innovationOchsner at Ochsner Health System
Aimee joined iO in 2015 as CEO with more than 15 years of experience in law, economic development and public affairs. Previously, she served as the Senior Advisor for Economic Development for New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu from 2010 to 2014. Prior to her public service she was a partner in the New Orleans office of Jones Walker, where she practiced corporate and business litigation. She received a B.S. in Finance magna cum laude from Louisiana State University and a J.D. summa cum laude from Tulane University School of Law. A native of New Orleans, she is active in the community and serves on several nonprofit boards.
- CCM experts discuss how to leverage partnerships
- Aimee Quirk: What is innovationOchsner?
- Ochsner Health System is addressing innovation inside and outside the hospital
Erich Huang, MD, PhD
Co-Director of Duke Forge and Assistant Dean for Biomedical Informatics at Duke University Health Systems
As Co Director of Duke Forge, Erich is working with Robert Califf, former Commissioner of the FDA, to build a data science culture and infrastructure across Duke University that focuses on actionable health data science. The Forge emphasizes scientific rigor, awareness that technology does not supersede clinicians’ responsibilities and human relationship with their patients, and the role of data science in society. Erich’s research interests span applied machine learning, research provenance and data infrastructure. Some of his projects include building data provenance tools funded by the NIH’s Big Data to Knowledge program, and Duke’s Accountable Care Organization, which integrates claims and EHR data for predicting unplanned admissions and risk stratifying patients for case management.
- Opportunities at the intersection of technology and health care
- Duke Health Data Sciences appoints leadership, becomes Duke Forge
Rob Hartman, PhD (Moderator)
Director of Business Development at UPMC Enterprises
As director of business development for UPMC Enterprises, the innovation and commercialization arm of UPMC, Rob leads a team that evaluates opportunities and partnerships for the organization. Rob has been involved in the management of the Pittsburgh Health Data Alliance, a unique partnership between UPMC, University of Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Mellon University to advance data science in health care. He holds a PhD in Bioengineering from Pitt and is a lecturer at the university.
- Catching up with the Pittsburgh Health Data Alliance
- The future of health care is here in Pittsburgh
- In Pittsburgh, a Big Data Alliance looks to transform health care