Lesli Adam, MPA
Global Director, Enterprise Healthcare Analytics Strategy, Health Sciences Global Business Unit at Oracle
Das Amerikanische Gesundheitswesen steht for gewaltigen Heruasforderungen. Sei es bei der effizienten Behandlung von Patienten, Gesundheitsreformen, der Kampf um die besten Ressourcen oder Datensicherheit. Oracles Product Strategist, Lesli Adams, MPA gibt Ihnen am 2. März 2018 von 9-11 Uhr im Oracle Downtown San Francisco Offices einen Einblick in das amerikanische Gesundheitswesen, dessen Heruasforderungen und in die Oracle Health Science Global Business Unit mit ihren Lösungen. Anhand der Oracle Healthcare Foundation wird Lesli Adams darstellen, wie Oracle unseren Kunden hilft Transparenz über die Geschäftsprozess und deren Effizienz zu schaffen. Wie werden Daten aus verschiedenen Datentypen, Quellsystemen und Organisationen einfach integriert und aggregiert, um die klinischen und ökonomischen Ergebnisse auf Patientenebene zu verbessern und die Ressourcenbeschaffung in verschiedenen finanziellen Erstattungsmodellen zu optimieren. Lesli wird ihre Erkenntnisse und langjährige Erfahrung über die Trends im US-Gesundheitswesen sowie über die Herausforderungen im Zusammenhang mit Daten und Analysen in dieser hochinteressanten Branche weitergeben.
Karin Cooke, MBA
Director, Kaiser Permanente International
As director of Kaiser Permanente International, Karin Cooke designs educational programs and presentations for international health care leaders to share Kaiser Permanente’s leading practices and success with our integrated health care model. Prior to joining KP International, Karin was a director with KP’s Technology Innovation, a group that identifies emerging technologies that are relevant for Kaiser Permanente and partners with KP leaders and frontline innovators to test solutions that can transform how we deliver care.
Karin led a cross-functional team that fostered innovation projects from across the organization through funding, design coaching, pilot design, navigation of legal and intellectual property issues and stakeholder engagement.
Karin has a bachelor’s degree in communications from UC Berkeley and an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA.
Christopher A. Longhurst, MD, MS
Chief Information Officer, UC San Diego Health
Clinical Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Pediatrics, UC San Diego School of Medicine
As Chief Information Officer, Dr. Longhurst is responsible for all operations and strategic planning for information and communications technology across the multiple hospitals, clinics, and professional schools which encompass UC San Diego Health. Dr. Longhurst is also a Clinical Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine, and continues to see patients. As a result of his efforts to leverage technology to improve patient experience in the UCSD Jacobs Medical Center, he was voted the 2017 Top Tech Exec in the education category for San Diego. He previously served as Chief Medical Information Officer for Stanford Children’s Health and Clinical Professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he helped lead the organization through the implementation of a comprehensive electronic medical record (EMR) for over a decade. This work culminated in HIMSS stage 7 awards for both Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and 167 network practices in Stanford Children’s Health.
Dr. Longhurst has published dozens of scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals on how technology and data can improve patient care and outcomes and was elected as a fellow in the prestigious American College of Medical Informatics, among other distinctions. He is a board-certified pediatrician and clinical informaticist, and founded Stanford’s fellowship in clinical informatics, first in the nation to receive accreditation. Described as a pragmatic academician, Dr. Longhurst, serves as an advisor to several companies and speaks internationally on a wide gamut of healthcare IT topics.
As the Chief Information Officer at the Cleveland Clinic, Edward Marx is responsible for the development and execution of strategic planning and governance, driving optimal resource utilization, and team development and organizational support. Ultimately he will develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes.
Edward began his career serving in the OR prior to physician services at Poudre Valley Health System. CIO roles included Parkview Episcopal Medical Center, University Hospitals, and Texas Health. Concurrent with his healthcare career, he served 15 years in the Army Reserve, first as a combat medic and then as a combat engineer officer.
Prior to joining the Cleveland Clinic, Ed served as the Senior Vice President/CIO of Texas Health for almost 8 years. As an organizaiton, his team went on to win every major healthcare award for technology to include the Davies Award and CIO of the Year. In 2015, Ed spent over two years as executive vice president of the Advisory Board on loan to New York City Health & Hospital where he reported to the CEO and provided technology leadership.
Ed is a member of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). He is on the CHIME Faculty for the CIO Boot Camp, training aspiring health care technology professionals. Ed earned his B.S. in psychology and a M.S. in design (interior and apparel), merchandising and consumer sciences from Colorado State University.