2015 Archived Content

2015 Keynotes

John HalamkaJohn Halamka, M.D., MS, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Steven StackSteven Stack, M.D., President-elect, American Medical Association

Phil PolakoffPhil Polakoff, M.D., National Health Advisor; US Surgeon General nominee, Consultant to California Legislature

Jason BurkeJason Burke, Senior Advisor for Innovation and Advanced Analytics, UNC Health Care and School of Medicine

Jonathan WeinerJonathan Weiner, Dr.P.H., Professor, Director, Center for Population Health Information Technology (CPHIT), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

StephenWarrenStephen Warren, Executive in Charge and Chief Information Officer, Office of Information and Technology, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Video Highlights from Medical Informatics World 2014

Jacob Reider provides an update on health delivery reform and the future of health IT. 

John Halamka discusses healthcare IT for connecting patients, providers, and payers. 

Sachin Jain presents how health IT will enable the pharma industry to improve patient care. 

2014 Medical Informatics World Faculty discusses deploying IT within the future state of care. 

Mark Davies of the NHS highlights the radical shifts in the English NHS 

2015 Concurrent Tracks Header



Actionable Predictive Intelligence in Healthcare
Visual Analytics in Healthcare 

About the Conference

Held each year in Boston, Medical Informatics World connects more than 400 healthcare, biomedical science, health informatics, and IT leaders to navigate emerging trends and opportunities in the evolving industry. The event responds to the challenges in collaborating and maximizing the benefit of enabling technologies with inspiring plenary keynotes combined with focused expert-led presentations and discussions. Coverage includes population health management, predictive analytics, payer-provider-pharma data collaborations, patient care and engagement, mobile and wearable technologies, care delivery models, enterprise hospital information systems, clinical decision support, error and readmission reduction, and healthcare data security. The 2015 program features six conference tracks, two interactive dinner workshops and six plenary keynote presentations, providing attendees with the connections, tools and strategies for taking their research and care delivery to the next level.

A compilation of past keynote presentations, discussions and stories to come from Medical Informatics World are available here.


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