Hosted by the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, the 4th Annual Strategic Health Intelligence Summit held Nov. 15-16 will again feature an all-star line up of who’s who in American health care policy, technology and cyber security.
The Strategic Health Intelligence Summit brings together national leaders in the Department of Defense, Department of Veteran Affairs, research organizations and private sector innovators to advance information technology as a means to transform modern health care. The summit will focus on navigating the digital frontier through innovation while charting a course to meaningful outcomes to meet local, state and national objectives.
“Health care providers and those associated with health care administration, information technology and information assurance will get an up-close view of where health care is really headed,” said Dr. Michael Brown, chairman of the board for Strategic Health Intelligence. “Attending our summit will give business and government leaders a unique opportunity to better anticipate where health care savings will be in the future.”
Summit attendees will view a live demonstration of the largest instance of a federal-civilian data exchange, learn the latest strategies for promoting widespread adoption of electronic medical records, view the most recent health care products and concepts, discuss issues with leading executives and cyber-security experts and learn more about the new business models in the all-digital health care endgame.
“This summit brings together the most knowledgeable experts in health care and information assurance for high-level discussions on deploying new technological advancements for improving our health care industry,” said Craig Dalton, vice president for armed services at the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. “The seeds of several national initiatives were planted from discussions from our past three summits. We anticipate the trend will continue this year with our diverse and extremely relevant discussion topics.”
The panelists include national leaders representing all sectors of the health care industry including the White House, Department of Defense, Department of Veteran Affairs, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery – Department of the Navy, Agency for Health Care Administration – State of Florida, ZynxHealth, McKesson, Sacred Heart Health System, Cogon Systems, NextGen Healthcare, Baptist Health Care, AppRiver, McAfee, Cisco and Cigital.