Austin HIMSS Chapter August 11th Virtual Lunch & Learn
VIRTUAL ONLY - DO NOT GO TO THE THOMPSON CONFERENCE CENTER
Join us for a lunch and learn exploring an interesting phenomenon happening in healthcare. Flattening of the COVID curve has had profound ripple effects particularly on the technology adoption curve. In fact, analysts are pointing to pandemic-induced tech adoption curves in the last two months that otherwise may have taken two years. From early joiners to late majority, a groundswell is happening in healthcare and we will not be going back to how things were pre-COVID. Come hear examples from across the healthcare sector including rapid in-home diagnostics, a massive migration from data centers to cloud, an all-remote workforce, virtual health sessions, remote monitoring devices and the surge of in-home healthcare from IoT. Specific use cases and case studies will be shared as will key considerations to take back to your work. Come learn about the curve that is not flattening: tech adoption in healthcare, and see what all of this means to HIPAA, security, and compliance.
Suhas Kelkar, Chief Product Officer, ClearDATA
Suhas is responsible for the ClearDATA product portfolio and strategic roadmap. He leads the ClearDATA Product team that consists of a highly talented group of product managers, cloud technologists and software developers. Since joining ClearDATA, Suhas has been able to establish a platform vision and deliver on next generation compliance and assessment products. He has more than 20 years of success architecting and building scalable enterprise applications. Suhas has seven USPTO patents in the area of Cloud Computing. He holds a M.S. in Robotics from the Center for Intelligent Machines and Robotics (CIMAR) at the University of Florida. He also earned an MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology.
Natalie Phillips, Director of Product Marketing, ClearDATA
Natalie Phillips is the Director of Product Marketing at ClearDATA where she serves as a liaison between the product and sales organizations, helping them better understand the needs, concerns, and job functions within the buyer’s journey in healthcare across the payer, provider, life sciences and healthcare IT segments. She has a strong background in hi-tech, hardware and software marketing. Her research and work are focused on enabling healthcare organizations to take full advantage of the cloud while protecting sensitive data. She earned her B.S. in Advertising from the University of Texas at Austin.