Lessons learned from COVID-19 & Reimagining the Future

October 14, 2020
12:00 PM EDT - 1:30 PM EDT
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Lessons learned from COVID-19 & Reimagining the Future

Date: October 14, 2020

Time: 12:00PM - 1:30PM

Event Summary: Panel discussion with IT leaders of New York State

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Event Panelists:

John Bosco Sr. Vice President & CIO of Northwell Health. He oversees the information technology function of the largest integrated healthcare network in New York State – and one of the largest in the nation. In his current role, he is responsible for aligning Northwell technology deployment and business strategies; overseeing technology purchases; facilitating communication to effectively plan, budget and implement technology solutions; establishing IT policies, standards and procedures; ensuring security, privacy and regulatory compliance of all technology systems; and providing leadership to the IT team.

Daniel Barchi is SVP and CIO of NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the largest healthcare providers in the US and the university hospital of Columbia and Cornell.  He leads 2,000 technology, pharmacy, informatics, artificial intelligence, and telemedicine specialists who deliver the tools, data, and medicine that physicians and nurses use to deliver acute care and manage population health.  Daniel previously led healthcare technology as CIO at Yale and earlier as CIO of the Carilion Health System. 

Tom Moore is SVP of Innovation at HealthIx. Tom Moore has worked in information technology for over 30 years, including software development, process improvement and management for NYC government, financial services, telecommunications, life sciences, health care and other areas. He joined Healthix in 2009 and is currently the Senior Vice President of Innovation.  Healthix is the largest public Health Information Exchange (HIE) in the nation, providing services in the Greater New York City area to millions of patients and thousands of providers across various facilities, including hospitals, physician practices, nursing homes, behavioral health organizations, community based organizations, as well as state and local departments of health. The goal of the Healthix Innovation team is to work with our Participants to identify their health information needs, develop products and services, and collaborate with other health information vendors to address the needs of diverse communities.

Robert Freeman is the Vice President of Clinical Innovation at the Mount Sinai Health System. He is passionate about leveraging technology to improve quality, patient safety and care delivery. Over the past 9 years, Robbie has held several leadership roles within the Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS).  He is Co-Director of the Clinical Data Science Team, tasked with building predictive models that leverage AI to improve patient safety and hospital operations; to-date, the team has deployed predictive models addressing falls, patient deterioration, delirium, discharge planning and malnutrition. Robbie is the administrator for the Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Department, Express Care, and Respiratory Care Services, and also leads the Hospital of the Future initiative, which is centered on technology to keep patients digitally engaged.

Uri Bettesh, VP of Datos Health.  Uri Bettesh brings over 18 years of experience as a technology executive and a passionate entrepreneur with a proven track record of success in leading business operations and technology implementations. Uri is a visionary leader with the ability to initiate and execute innovative strategies, engage with highly professional management teams, and lead to results in a fast-changing business environment. Prior to founding Datos, he served in various executive positions, including General Manager of NCR’s Food, Drug and Mass Merchandising division, VP Product for Retalix, and more. Uri holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.

Joe Carr joined the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) in February of 2020 as the Senior Vice President of Information Services.  Carr has responsibility for all corporate software development, technical infrastructure, and telecommunications technologies.  Before joining HANYS, Mr. Carr was the chief information officer for the New Jersey Hospital Association for over 19 years.  Prior to NJHA, Mr. Carr was the senior vice president of software development at QuadraMed Corporation where Mr. Carr helped complete QuadraMed’s first and secondary public NASDAQ offerings.  Mr. Carr is a certified professional in healthcare information and management systems (CPHIMS) by the Healthcare Information and Management System Society (HIMSS).  Mr. Carr helped form the NJ HIMSS Chapter in 2005 and served on the Board from 2005 to 2014, and served as Board chair in 2014.