Arizona Health Summit 2020

April 23, 5:30pm - April 24, 5:00pm, MST

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort
11111 N 7th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020

 

    Registration

    Non-member Price: 
    $225.00
    Member Price: 
    $200.00
    Early Bird deadline is March 20, 2020
    Early Bird Non-member Price: 
    $175.00
    Early Bird Member Price: 
    $150.00
    Event Details and Resources for Attendees

    Join us for the Arizona Health Summit 2020 at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, April 24th in partnership with  Arizona Chapter of ANIA, and Arizona Healthcare Executives. It will be a full day educational event featuring three keynote speakers and five educational tracks. Earn HIMSS education credits! Those attending the Nursing Informatics track will earn 1 contact hour for each presentation, for a total of 3 contact hours. AHE members will also earn continuing education credits for attending the Strategy and Leadership track.

    Admission includes continental breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and all education sessions. The first 200 registrants will also receive copies of both of our keynote's books, “Love Based Culture” and “Humor that Works”.

    There will be a welcome reception and registration/check-in Thursday, April 23rd from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm in the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Ballroom East Veranda.

    A block of rooms has been reserved for out of town attendees at the rate of $199/night + tax. The rate is good for Thursday through Saturday nights for those who want to stay and play in Phoenix! See link below to book your room. 

     

    Resources for Attendees

     

    Schedule of Events

    Thursday April 23rd
    5:30 - 8:00 – Welcome reception – registration will be open


    Friday April 24th
    7:30 - 8:30 – Continental Breakfast and Registration
    8:30 - 8:35 – Welcome and Brief Announcements / Introduce rep from Opening keynote sponsor


    8:35 - 9:50 – Opening Keynote – Dana Sellers – Co-author of Love Based Culture
    Dana Sellers served as president and chief operating officer of Healthlink, as well as founder and chief executive officer if Encore, one of Modern Healthcare’s “Best Places to Work in Healthcare.” Over a career spanning more than 40 years un healthcare technology and consulting, Dana has helped healthcare providers across the country bring about positive change through improved processes, enabling technology, and the insights that come from business intelligence and analytics. More recently, Dana collaborated with her longtime business partner, Ivo Nelson, to write “Love Based Culture”.


    10:00 - 10:50 – Morning Breakout #1 – Track Sessions
    Track 1: Nursing Informatics (ANIA Arizona Chapter)
    What Problem are We Trying to Solve?
    Discussion of the first three Nursing Informatics Standards and tools to identify the problems we are trying to solve. In the everyday life of an informaticist requests for change and enhancements come from many sources, it is important for the informaticist to identify the real issue and give clinicians the proper tools versus simply giving them what they ask for. Expected outcomes can help identify the real issue.

    Track 2: Physician Informatics
    Pharmacogenomics
    The utilization of Pharmacogenomics can catapult your organizations movement towards precision medicine. Learn how informatics plays an instrumental role in precision medicine, and how to set up a pilot of pharmacogenomics in your organization. 

    Track 3: Advance Technology in Healthcare
    Best Practices and Strategies for securing your Medical Devices

    Track 4: Strategy and Leadership (Arizona Healthcare Executives)
    Leadership in the 4th Industrial Revolution (Part 1 of 2)
    This session will highlight key considerations of changes in the development of leaders throughout organizations, organization structures, and the alignment between organizations, as well as to facilitate evaluation and implementation of new technologies. The pace of change in technology creates both challenges and opportunities for healthcare leaders. Healthcare leaders must prepare themselves and their teams to develop as leaders to better consider and coordinate an evolving mix of technologies.

    Track 5: Healthcare Finance
    The 2025 Project: Apply next-gen data and methods to market transformation - Moving from FFS to Value Based Care
    As you move forward in this new decade, it is important to understand how next-generation analytics can impact your strategy. In this presentation we discuss how new data and methods predict how markets will transform around changing regulations and evolving patient access dynamics. We’ll examine how the combination of data, analytics and expertise can help providers move beyond the decades-old outmigration to ambulatory settings driven by demographics and utilization patterns.


    11:00 - 11:50 – Morning Breakout #2 – Track Sessions

    Track 1: Nursing Informatics (ANIA Arizona Chapter)
    Strategies to Reduce Cognitive Overload and Improve Patient Safety, Clinician Well-being
    Every day, nurses make mistakes due to cognitive overload caused by the overwhelming volumes of complex information received during a single shift by multiple people, devices and clinical systems. . In fact, up to 440,000 people die each year in the U.S. from medical errors. That is a staggering number, making medical errors the third leading cause of death. The culprit? Often it is caused by distraction and cognitive overload among clinicians. Distraction has been shown to play a role in nearly 75 percent of medical errors, and studies have demonstrated that cognitive overload is a cause in 80 percent of medical device user errors.

    Track 2: Physician Informatics
    Alert Fatigue
    Clinical decision support has rapidly evolved over the recent few years. Alert fatigue is a real phenomenon that seemingly is only getting worse. Learn what the data around this topic shows in community medicine practice and approaches to tackle the issue.

    Track 3: Advance Technology in Healthcare 
    Creating a Data Movement - The cultural shift we must make to leverage innovative technologies

    Track 4: Strategy and Leadership (Arizona Healthcare Executives)
    Leadership in the 4th Industrial Revolution (Part 2 of 2)
    This session will highlight key considerations of changes in the development of leaders throughout organizations, organization structures, and the alignment between organizations, as well as to facilitate evaluation and implementation of new technologies. The pace of change in technology creates both challenges and opportunities for healthcare leaders. Healthcare leaders must prepare themselves and their teams to develop as leaders to better consider and coordinate an evolving mix of technologies.

    Track 5: Healthcare Finance
    Leveraging Technology to Improve Revenue Cycle Operations
    This session will discuss current workflow issues that can be optimized with the utilization of new technology solutions. Robotic process automation (RPA) and Artificial intelligence(AI) are just two examples of technology that have huge potential to  automate business processes that are rules-based, structured and repetitive. Specific components of the revenue cycle that have potential for application will be presented along with the perceived benefits.


    12:00 - 1:00 – Lunch/Networking


    1:00 - 2:00 – Afternoon Keynote – Bryan Saint
    Bryan Saint has spent his life in entertainment. He’s not only been in the spotlight with acting, voice acting, and performing his one man show for more than 15 years; he has also been frequently used behind the scenes, consulting for the shows of many other performers and even working as an editor and associate producer on projects for ESPN and NCAA.

    Today, his time is mostly spent performing and speaking to corporate groups across the country. His magic has made him nationally and even internationally known, giving him multiple TV appearances (including NBC, FOX and The CW) and also winning him multiple awards (including Penn & Teller: Fool Us). He has also been a featured performer at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA.
    Bryan also spends a lot of his time as a voice actor and his voice can be heard in hundreds of TV, radio, and internet commercials.
    Ultimately, his passion is still to provide fun, positive, clean entertainment.


    2:00 - 2:50 – Afternoon Breakout – Track Sessions

    Track 1: Nursing Informatics (ANIA Arizona Chapter)
    Documentation Burden
    Some studies indicate an association between electronic health record-related stress and clinician burn out. Reducing unnecessary documentation and nuisance alerts is a good start. Electronic health record (EHR) vendors and healthcare organizations are partnering to determine what is really necessary in the EHR versus tradition and left over requirements from previous guidelines.

    Track 2: Physician Informatics
    TBD

    Track 3: Advance Technology in Healthcare
    TBD

    Track 4: Strategy and Leadership (Arizona Healthcare Executives)
    Communication and Integration Decision Making

    Track 5: Healthcare Finance
    Achieving Enterprise Health System Revenue Cycle Unity through EMR Integration and Governance
    Session will focus on leading practices and industry experience pertaining to health system EMR integration and optimization, and the subsequent necessity for an enterprise governance structure to drive success.


    2:50 - 3:10 – Afternoon snack between sessions


    3:10 - 4:30 – Closing Keynote speaker – Andrew Tarvin, Humor that Works
    Andrew Tarvin is the world’s first Humor Engineer teaching people how to get better results while having more fun.
    Through his company, Humor That Works, Andrew has helped more 35,000 people at 250+ organizations—including P&G, GE, ESPN, Microsoft, the U.S. Navy, PepsiCo, and the International Association of Canine Professional—learn to be more productive, less stressed, and happier. Combining his background in business with his experience as an international comedian, his programs are engaging, entertaining, and effective.

    Prior to starting his company, Andrew was a top-rated project manager at Procter & Gamble, managing million dollar projects for a $350 million business. He is also an accomplished comedian, having performed in more than 1,000 shows all around the world.

    Andrew is the best-selling author of Humor That Works: The Missing Skill for Success and Happiness at Work, has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and FastCompany, and his TEDx talk has been viewed over 4 million times. He has delivered programs in 50 states, 20-plus countries, 6 continents, and 1 planet (Earth). He loves the color orange and is obsessed with chocolate.


    4:30 - 4:40 – Closing remarks

    4:40 - 5:45 – Happy Hour, Networking & Book Signing