Did you know? Deloitte is this year's OpenWorld Healthcare Track Sponsor
By user8093722 on Aug 24, 2010
Deloitte is sponsoring the Healthcare track and General Session this year!
See you on Tuesday at 11am in Moscone West!
Don't Miss these additional exciting healthcare sessions at OpenWorld:
S318206 Wed 11:30 am Moscone West
We Didn't Make Your EMR We Made it Better
As healthcare leaders and stakeholders struggle with healthcare reform and work to drive electronic medical record (EMR) adoption, they must also take on the task of effectively integrating disparate systems to improve quality of care and lower costs. With the complexities and nuances of each healthcare enterprise, developing the right implementation model can be daunting. This session features case studies of several North American integrated delivery network organizations that have efffectively accomplished this task.
Marc Perlman, Oracle
Reid Oakes, Oracle
Mary Kilmer, Oracle
Andrew Hurd, CAREfx
Ken Schesser, MD Anderson Cancer Center
S317605 Tues 3:30 pm Moscone West
Case Study: The Move to Electronic Health Records at Swedish Medical Center and Victor Valley Community Hospital
Meaningful Use and Accountable Care require end-to-end clinincal and business solutions. IDNs and Community Hospitals are challenged to achieve better outcomes at lower cost, with greater enterprise intelligence and analytics. New payor sources and methods and consumerism will award providers demonstrating improved outcomes. New Care-giver Mobility solutions providing secure remote access can support improved work flows and reduce care implementation lags. Provider organizations of all sizes will be able to optimize care delivery while enhancing efficiency and productivity. This session focuses on how Oracle and Cerner, joined by Victor Valley Community Hospital CIO Joe Archer, formed a partnership to attain better quality and efficiency
James Henderson, Cerner
Mary Kilmer, Oracle
Stephen Schleifer, Oracle
S317993 Tues 5:00 pm Moscone West 2012
How Leading IDNs Achieve Strategic Cost Advantages (Back-Office Efficiency)
Over the past four years, Oracle?s Healthcare Insight team performed detailed process analyses with more than 30 of the largest U.S. integrated delivery networks (IDNs), encompassing more than 270 hospitals. The team looked at supply chain management, human resources, and financial processes and efficiency. This session covers the results of this research, along with their implications. For convenience of quantifying financial benefits, the researchers have defined a "model IDN" with approximately 10,000 employees and US$1 billion in annual revenue to calculate "average" benefits in each of the primary business areas outlined. The study is featured in the June/July 2010 issue of hfm Magazine.
William Cooper, U of Missouri
James McDowell, Oracle
S318109 Tues 2:00 pm Moscone West 2012
Health Management Platform: Transforming Payor Organizations
With passage of the recent healthcare reform legislation, health insurance and other companies involved with delivery of care are under great pressure to adapt and reposition amidst a changing industry landscape. This session will focus on how Health Insurance leaders can deploy Oracle Siebel Sales Force Automation, Oracle's Health Management Platform and other Oracle capabilities to address the challenges and opportunities tied to recent legislatiion. Health Insurers will engage a new group of citizens in the sale of government-mandated coverage. In order to compete effectively, selling costs, organizational workflows and processes must be optimized, including management of chronic conditions to improve wellness and "bend the cost curve."
SFA Director, Wellpoint
Nidal Haddad, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Eric Peipho, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Peter Schmidt, Oracle