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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Hofstra University- Student Center Theatre
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Navesh Kandiyil MD, MBA
Physician Executive, Change Healthcare
Accomplished Physician with 15+ years of clinical and business experience. Clinically trained and practiced in General Medicine, Surgery, Occupational Health among others with extensive knowledge in the areas of diagnostic and patient care services in various delivery settings, including inpatient, outpatient, ambulatory, government/private hospitals and clinics both domestic and international.
Having practiced on 3 different continents (NA, Europe and Asia) I possess a unique skillset with a strong understanding of current principles, methodologies and performance improvement strategies of and for healthcare organizations.
Currently providing such expertise to various organizations and practices to identify opportunities for improvement in the areas of Healthcare delivery and operational enhancements such as healthcare transformation, workflow reconstruction, workforce, staffing, leadership, governance, data analytics, strategic business development, consolidation, expansion and mergers/acquisitions.
As part of the Imaging and Workflow Solutions division I have also been guiding clients to address challenges in areas like the implementation of Value Based Care solutions for Imaging, quality programs like Clinical Decision Support, PQRS/MACRA/MIPS and revenue cycle optimization opportunities.
In addition to being a physician, I possess an MBA with Healthcare Management Specialization from Northeastern University and a Certification in Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning from MIT Sloan and look forward to continuing to grow my knowledge to remain in the forefront of cutting edge changes facing the healthcare industry.
Eric J Morley, MD MS
Deputy CMIO & Clinical Director, Emergency Department, Stony Brook Medicine
Dr. Eric Morley, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, earned his MD from SUNY Downstate in 2004 and stayed at SUNY Downstate/King’s County Hospital Center to complete residency training in Emergency Medicine. Since graduating he has held various administrative jobs including Associate Residency Director for the Stony Brook emergency medicine program, Associate Medical Director for the emergency department at Peconic Bay Medical Center, and is now Clinical Director for the Emergency Department at Stony Brook. Additionally, he currently serves as Deputy CMIO at Stony Brook. Dr. Morley has over 40 peer reviewed publications, abstracts, online publications, and textbook chapters. He is passionate about improving efficiency, developing evidence-based protocols, and using IT resources to deliver safer care to patients.
Gary German is a graduate of the State University at Albany. Gary founded Nonnatech when his grandmother suffered a stroke and he became more involved in her care. Prior to Nonnatech, Gary was involved in several senior care businesses and has nearly 20 years of experience of demonstrated performance within healthcare, sales, tech, management, team building, and fundraising. Gary was chosen to participate on the SmartAmerica Closed Loop HealthCare team launched by the White House Presidential Innovation Fellows and NIST. Using Nonnatech’s platform, the SmartAmerica team demonstrated how data can move seamlessly from home to ambulance to hospital and back home, thus producing overall cost savings and improving health outcomes. Nonnatech has won numerous awards including being named by Telehealth and Medicine Today as having the most potential to radically change the future of Healthcare.
COO, Intrigma, Inc.
Ryan serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Intrigma, where his primary duties include strategic developments, customer implementations, and overall company operations. Ryan has spent the last twelve years actively launching and growing technology companies in the B2B SaaS software and consumer product industries. Prior to joining Intrigma, Ryan was CEO of InLoop Inc., an AI news software platform, to a successful company turn-around; founded & CEO of Solar Cool Technologies – maker of the world’s first portable solar powered refrigerating cooler; designed products/technologies for companies such as Oakley, Staples, Motorola, Ford, and Procter & Gamble; and more recently Ryan has worked with Stony Brook University to identify promising technology, review & award grant funding for promising technology research, and commercialize university IP. Academically, Ryan has a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Stony Brook University, with a focus in robotics and energy harvesting.
Leo Bodden, MBA, CCIE
VP & Chief Technology Officer, New York-Presbyterian
Leo Bodden is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. In this role, he is responsible for development, research, budgeting, and strategic and operational oversight of all emerging and existing Technology and IT Operations Services, the scope of which includes all IT infrastructure, Integrated Communications, Desktop Services, Service Desk, and Biomedical Engineering across the New York Presbyterian Enterprise. He is also responsible for the integration of IT services for the Regional Hospital Network and the Physician Services Organization.Mr. Bodden began working for NewYork-Presbyterian (back then Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center) as a volunteer in 1995. He joined the staff in 1996 as a workstation coordinator and since then has served in various roles with progressive responsibility in the Department of Information Services, including Corporate Director and Vice President of Converged Technologies. Mr. Bodden earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from a combined program offered by Rutgers University and New Jersey Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration from Baruch College. He is also a Cisco-Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE).
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