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Wednesday, April 7
 

12:20pm EDT

Lunch and Learn: HCI Digital Advisory Service Line; Case Study AltaMed Health Services
The HCI Group is a global leader in healthcare IT consulting and technology solutions. HCI continues to expand its digital advisory services by facilitating its customers’ healthcare digital transformation through passion, quality, innovation, and in-depth customer commitment. HCI brings the power of Tech Mahinda, ZEN3 TECH, Mad*Pow, B!O, Pininfarina, BORN, and HealthNxt to create a holistic approach to digital transformation with a human-centered design. Will Conaway will walk you through the exciting services HCI can offer to ensure that we can tailor our services to fill your needs best.

Ray Lowe and Connie Harmsen will share the digital experience including Remote Patient Monitoring for CHF at AltaMed Health Services. AltaMed is the largest independent Federally Qualified Community Health Center in the US delivering more than 930,000 annual patient visits through its 43 sites in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. AltaMed’s patient-centered care model is delivered through a caring team of culturally competent health care professionals. The integrated system emphasizes prevention and healthy living and is designed to reduce health care disparities and avoid unnecessary trips to emergency rooms or other more costly forms of care.

HCI is committed to improving healthcare globally through a combination of disruptive innovation and cost reduction. HCI’s vision is to transform the healthcare industry into a leader in the adoption of digital technology.

Speakers
avatar for Connie Harmsen, PhD, MHA, MSN

Connie Harmsen, PhD, MHA, MSN

Senior Vice President US West and APAC, and Chief Clinical Information Officer, The HCI Group
Connie Harmsen, PhD, MHA, MSN is Senior Vice President US West and APAC, and Chief Clinical Information Officer for The HCI Group. She has served in health care leadership positions for 35 years, including 20 years in nursing practice, and 12 years within healthcare informatics and... Read More →
avatar for Raymond (Ray) Lowe

Raymond (Ray) Lowe

SVP/CIO, AltaMed Health Services
Raymond (Ray) Lowe is the SVP/CIO for AltaMed Health Services in Los Angeles, California, which serves over 300,000 people in the Los Angeles and Orange County.He is a skilled transformational IT leaders focusing on visionary strategic and innovative approaches to solve complex business... Read More →
avatar for Will Conaway

Will Conaway

Vice President of Provider Delivery, The HCI Group
He is an award-winning CIO and Technology Executive. He has extensive experience as an executive leader in healthcare, organizational strategy, organizational operations, negotiations, mergers & acquisitions, leadership, international business, information technology and transformation... Read More →


Wednesday April 7, 2021 12:20pm - 1:20pm EDT
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12:20pm EDT

Lunch and Learn: Reaching all Communities with a COVID Vaccine: How 25 Years of US and International Experience Can Inform More Equitable Vaccine Distribution
Global public health and health care systems are faced with the monumental task of vaccinating the world’s population. It’s time to share best practices. What can the United States learn from international vaccine introductions - and what can our lessons teach other countries?

The new COVID-19 vaccine roll-out has roiled our US public health system, despite the ongoing emergency preparedness planning that all states have undertaken since 2003. Even with the experience of Influenza A (H1N1) our systems are challenged to equitably administer the COVID vaccine to 330 million people.

This panel will examine the issues that public health systems, health care systems, and communities are confronting around equity in vaccine distribution and reaching communities with limited access to the health system. We will share learnings from JSI’s extensive experience in successfully reaching those at “the last mile” in developing countries, and explain how those approaches can be adapted for equitable vaccine delivery here in the US. Based on our years of experience in vaccine distribution, including the COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Project and supporting 75 new vaccine introductions in 24 countries, speakers will map out key approaches to reaching diverse, rural/remote communities, as well as under-resourced communities around the world. A few lessons learned from this experience can help shape the US-approach to the COVID-19 vaccine introduction: the importance of community mapping to identify those individuals in the target group to receive the vaccine; assessing cold chain equipment to plan the needed capacity based on the target population and roll-out introduction plan; and rapid response to fill in the cold chain and transport gaps for vaccine distribution. Participants can engage and exchange their challenges and lessons and learn from each other in this fast-moving environment.

Speakers
avatar for Wendy Prosser

Wendy Prosser

Senior Technical Advisor, Immunization Center, JSI
Ms. Wendy Prosser is a Senior Technical Advisor within the Immunization Center of JSI. She is an accomplished global health professional with over 20 years of experience in supply chain optimization, health program design and management, and developing donor and government relations... Read More →
avatar for Amy Cullum

Amy Cullum

Senior Consultant, JSI
Amy Cullum is a Senior Consultant focusing on public health and health care preparedness at JSI. Amy works with organizations at the local, state, and federal level to build public health and health care response readiness through planning, training and exercising to address capabilities... Read More →
avatar for Margaret Franckhauser, BSN, MS, MPH

Margaret Franckhauser, BSN, MS, MPH

Director of Aging Services, JSI
Margaret Franckhauser, BSN, MS, MPH, is the Director of Aging Services at JSI. She has over 40 years of experience at the intersection of healthcare, aging and public health. An adult/geriatric nurse practitioner by background, she served as a clinician and community health administrator... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Elizabeth Talbot

Dr. Elizabeth Talbot

Professor of Medicine in the Section of Infectious Diseases and International Health, Geisel Medical School at Dartmouth
Dr. Talbot is an infectious diseases- and tropical medicine-trained internist, who has had extensive experience in international and domestic infectious disease control through outbreak investigation, clinical projects, research, and consultation. She trained at Duke University and... Read More →
avatar for Durrell J. Fox, BS, CHW

Durrell J. Fox, BS, CHW

CHW-Health Equity Consultant, JSI
Durrell J. Fox, BS, CHW is a Community Health Worker (CHW) with over 29 years of experience providing community/street outreach, direct services, case management support and advocacy for HIV+ adolescents/young adults, their families and communities. For 2 years served as a Technical... Read More →


Wednesday April 7, 2021 12:20pm - 1:20pm EDT
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12:20pm EDT

Lunch and Learn: Storytelling, Theatre and Lunch
Stories are like human DNA . When we share authentic stories with others they stick to us and become a part of our being. Verbal Gymnastics Theatre company will take stories from community members (you at the HXD conference) and "Playback" these stories in a spontaneous creative way.

Speakers
avatar for John Johnson

John Johnson

Founder, Verbal Gymnastics Theater Company
John Johnson is a native Washingtonian and is the founder of Verbal Gymnastics Theater Company. He uses an innovative approach to storytelling that gives voice to community through Playback Theatre. Mr. Johnson is a director, actor, public radio contributor, arts educator, and father... Read More →


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