HLNY’s 5th Annual Mini-Congress (SAVE THE DATE)

  • October 07, 2021
  • 8:00am-5:00pm
  • NYC

SAVE THE DATE!

Join HLNY for our 5th annual Mini-Congress as we focus this year on keeping you connected and offering three exciting panel discussions in a one-day:

  • Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness
  • Technology Innovation Changing the Face of Care Delivery
  • Keynote Speaker
  • The Impact of the White House Administration to Healthcare Delivery – Panel

This event enlists esteemed panelists to drive innovative conversations around industry trends and beyond, as well as offer you the opportunity to network with those and others making it happen. We are excited to offer a full-day learning and networking opportunity to our membership and guests closer to home. There will be 4.5 hours of ACHE face-to-face credit awarded.

HLNY is excited to share our Keynote speaker this year: Ezekiel Emanuel, MD

Ezekiel J. Emanuel is the Vice Provost for Global Initiatives, the Diane v.S. Levy and Robert M. Levy University Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Special Advisor to the Director General of the WHO.

He is one of the leading practitioners shaping the future of healthcare, with a long record of experience at the top levels of policy. He is an engaging, incisive, forthright, and witty speaker on healthcare reform and the transformation of American medicine. Trained both as an oncologist (MD, Harvard Medical School) and a political scientist, Zeke offers a uniquely thoughtful perspective on the most difficult issues in medicine today.

From January 2009 to January 2011, Zeke was a special advisor for health policy to the White House Office of Management and Budget. As one of the most prominent voices advising the White House about healthcare, he had a significant impact on federal healthcare budgets and the Affordable Care Act.

Dr. Emanuel is a founding chair at the Clinical Center of the National Institutes of Health. He currently serves as Chair of the meta-council on The Future of Health Committee for the World Economic Forum. Until 1997, he was an associate professor at the Harvard Medical School.

He has also authored or edited 15 books including two new books recently published in 2020. Dr. Emanuel (with Abbe Gluck) co-authored a new book titled The Trillion Dollar Experiment (March 2020). Zeke’s Which Country Has the Best Health Care in the World? (June 2020), is an examination of ten health care systems across the globe, in search of the best. His most recent book, Prescription for the Future, identifies standout medical organizations that have achieved higher-quality, more patient focused, and lower-cost care, and from their examples distills twelve transformational practices that could transform the entire healthcare sector.

Dr. Emanuel served on President Clinton’s Health Care Task Force, the National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC), and the bioethics panel of the Pan-American Healthcare Organization. He developed The Medical Directive, a comprehensive living will that has been endorsed by Consumer Reports on Health, Harvard Health Letter, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. He has published over 300 peer reviewed articles on the ethics of clinical research, health care reform, international research ethics, end of life care issues, euthanasia, the ethics of managed care, and the physician patient relationship. He is also a contributor to Fox News offering healthcare and policy analysis.

Dr. Emanuel also serves as a Venture Partner at Oak HC/FT in addition to serving as contributor for the New York Times and CNN. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, Association of American Physicians, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Royal College of Medicine. He is a 2018 recipient of the Dan David Prize in the category of Bioethics, an honor recognizing innovative and interdisciplinary research that cuts across traditional boundaries and paradigms.

Agenda

8:00 AM – Registration and Breakfast
8:45 AM – Opening Remarks
9:00 AM – Panel Discussion: Technology Innovation Changing the Face of Care Delivery
10:30 AM – Break/Networking
10:45 AM – Panel Discussion: Preparing for the Unknown – Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness
12:15 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Ezekiel Emanuel, MD
2:30 PM – Panel Discussion: The Impact of the White House Administration to Healthcare Delivery
4:00 PM – Closing remarks and wrap up

Panel 1:
Technology Innovation Changing the Face of Care Delivery
With the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, there is a necessity to take stock of where the medical community stands on change and innovation, specifically regarding the use of technology. The demand for higher quality healthcare at a lower cost creates an imminent need for change and innovation in healthcare delivery. Healthcare has already seen innovations in the tools used to deliver care, including pharmacy products, medical devices, information technology, and biotechnology products. This innovation has changed and continues to change the way healthcare is delivered. This panel will discuss how health systems are using innovation in technology to improve the value of the healthcare they deliver. Examples may include using technology to improve connectivity, patient flow, provider efficiency, and/or quality measurement.

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Panel 2:

Preparing for the Unknown – Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness
Healthcare organizations operate in a complex environment. This can be exacerbated when a community faces a local or national emergency, either natural, human-caused, or technological, that thrusts the healthcare system to the forefront of response and makes it the focus of recovery efforts. It is critical that the local healthcare community be actively engaged in the development of comprehensive emergency preparedness plans, training, and exercises to ensure that local organizations communicate and coordinate their mutual support in service to the community.

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Panel 3:
The Impact of the White House Administration to Healthcare Delivery

Moderator:

  • Ezekiel Emanuel, MD

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