Aneesh Chopra leads a discussion on data sharing in health care featuring experts from Humana, UPMC, and Nokia
The Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) convened a panel of experts to discuss the challenges of interoperability in health care and recent developments that are giving stakeholders optimism that progress is being made.
The presentation, moderated by Aneesh Chopra, jumps off from CCM research findings that show health systems continue to be challenged by interoperability. However, as Chopra and the panelists discussed, recent actions by the federal government, the development of data standards and other tech advancements, and other actions should give the industry hope that an era of better data-sharing is near.
Learn more about the panelists on the CCM’s webinar below.
Chopra, the former Chief Technology Officer of the United States, leads CareJourney, an open data service that democratizes care interventions research for providers, payers, and pharma on the move to value. Prior to joining the Obama administration as CTO, Chopra was Secretary of Technology for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He is the author of “Innovative State: How New Technologies can Transform Government.” He joined the board of the Health Care Cost Institute in 2017, earned his MPP from Harvard Kennedy School and BA from The Johns Hopkins University.
Chief Digital Health and Analytics Officer, Humana
Cox joined Humana in August 2018 as Chief Digital Health and Analytics Officer, with responsibility for building Humana’s digital care delivery operations and leading enterprise analytics. Integrating these critical capabilities across the organization will further accelerate Humana’s move toward differentiated health care experiences. Cox is a member of Humana’s management team, which sets the company’s strategic direction, and reports to President and Chief Executive Officer Bruce Broussard.
Cox brings 25 years of experience to the role, most recently serving as Chief Technology and Digital Officer at USAA, where she led the teams responsible for designing and building personalized and digitally-enabled end-to-end experiences for USAA members. Prior to USAA, Heather was the CEO of Citi FinTech at Citigroup, helping the company adapt to a future dominated by mobile technology. She also headed card operations for Capital One.
Heather serves on the board of directors for NRG Energy and has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Illinois
Chief Technology Officer, IP and Optical Networks, Nokia
As CTO of IP and Optical Networks at Nokia, Vogelsang is responsible for looking at the road ahead and determining which new projects and emerging markets the company should consider for investing its resources. Relying on a background that includes more than 20 years of experience in the telecom and networking industries, he helps develop road maps for the company so it can seize the opportunities that are a best fit. Some of his key successes in this role include driving investments in Packet Core and CDN technology, as well as being an early advisor on the company’s work in NFV and SDN.
Kristian Feterik, MD
eRecord Medical Director of Interoperability, UPMC
Dr. Feterik is a board certified informaticist and experienced hospitalist skilled in HIT optimization, interoperability, and clinical decision support. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Pittsburgh. In addition to his medical degree, he earned an MBA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Isenberg School of Management.