Electronic health records (EHR) held the promise of allowing better, secure information sharing, and helping practitioners to provide well-informed, patient-centric treatment decisions both quickly and safely. Six years after the HITECH act, the reality is woefully short of the promise. EMBS has brought together inspired and inspiring medical thought leaders who envision what’s possible with EHR, as well as disruptors whose breakthrough solutions are changing the face of healthcare.
Steven J. Stack, MD
President, American Medical Association
Nancy Gagliano, MD
SVP, CVS Health; CMO, CVS Minute Clinic
Co-founder and Chairman, Twine Health
Christine Sinsky, MD
Member, AMA Advisory Panel on Physician Satisfaction
Wendy Everett, MD
CEO, Network for Excellence in Health Innovation
CEO, BloomAPI; Co-founder, HealthSherpa
Digital Health Evangelist, NOSTALAB
A leading voice in the convergence of technology and health, Nosta helps define, dissect and deliberate global trends in digital health. He is consistently ranked among the top names in almost every digital list and has sustained that position for several years. Beyond simply an influencer, John is also defined as "most admired" to "top disruptor" in digital health, life sciences and the pharmaceutical industry. He is also a member of the Google Health Advisory Board and has penned HEALTH CRITICAL for Forbes--a top global blog on health and technology.
Bellini Ballroom Foyer
Panel – Problems & Legal Issues Related to EHR from a Clinician and Patient Perspective
Panel Moderator — John Nosta – President, NOSTALAB
Wendy Everett, MD — CEO, Network for Excellence in Health
Christine Sinsky, MD — Member, AMA Advisory Panel on Physician Satisfaction
Steven J. Stack, MD — President, American Medical Association
Panel – Current Disruptive Practices Solving the Issues
Panel Moderator — John Nosta
Nancy Gagliano, MD — SVP, CVS Health; CMO, MinuteClinic
Frank Moss — Co-founder and Chairman, Twine Health, Inc.
Michael Wasser — CEO, BloomAPI
Conclusion of Program
Physicians attending this event will receive 3.5 CMEs. This activity is designed for physicians who are interested in problems related to electronic medical records and how to fix them, engineers attending the health information management systems meeting in Las Vegas in 2016, and engineers interested in designing systems to facilitate improvement in medical record systems.
The American Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Medical Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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IEEE PULSE On Stage brings together global thought leaders in the fields of biomedical engineering and medicine to inform, connect and effect change to benefit human life through inspiring talks and engaging dialogs. We focus on solving the issues of today and help define what’s possible tomorrow.