Session Abstracts

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7

11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

 

Track 1

How to Win Friends and Influence Doctors: Physician Engagement and Its Role in EMR & CPOE Adoption
As a technology leader in the healthcare market, the move to EMR was a foregone conclusion from the start at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Yet, while the long-term benefits that a paperless environment would have on hospital efficiency, PHI security and improved patient outcomes were substantial, the immediate impact on caregiver workflow had the potential to turn clinicians away. Understanding the Hospitals physicians' requirements and presenting a flexible solution that actually improved their productivity - while at the same time securing patient data - was key to their engagement, and ultimately attesting for Meaningful Use.

 

Track 2

New Checklist for HIPAA & HITECH Compliance: Ensure an Always Audit Ready State

Come learn from Ali Pabrai, HIPAA Expert from ecfirst on how to prepare yourself for HIPAA & HITECH compliance and how Imprivata can help you get there without impacting care provider productivity.

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7

1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

 

Knowledge Lounge Lightning Talks: A 30-minute Session Every Hour on the Hour

How to Make Your Workflows Faster and More Secure Using OneSign Extension Objects
Learn how to further secure the desktop with Windows modifications, create and apply OneSign Extension Objects (EXO’s) to address various workflow requirements.

 

Unattended Workstations: Who's Watching Your Data?
Imprivata Secure Walk-Away is protecting desktops when a user walks away from a workstation. Simple and effective walk away security. Come to an interactive discussion on this technology and how it can protect unattended workstations in your environment.

 

BYOD & Secure, Remote Access with OneSign Anywhere
Learn how you can expand the reach of OneSign with OneSign Anywhere. Join the discussion on how you can roll out a BYOD initiative with integrated OneSign authentication and SSO while providing secure remote access at the same time.

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7

2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

 

Track 1

SSO Deployment and Beyond

Join this 60 minute interactive discussion where Healthcare IT leaders from Memorial Healthcare, Atlantic Health System and Mercy Health Systems describe their experiences with their SSO deployment. Experiences from the perspective of MEDITECH, McKesson and Epic EMRs will provide a good overview of how Imprivata optimizes clinical workflows and eliminate disruptions in any environment.

 

Perspectives on Secure Texting in Healthcare

Attend this roundtable session to hear your industry peers discuss current policies and practices regarding unsecure texting, introducing a secure texting solution to care providers and the feasibility of using smartphone texting in place of pagers.

 

Ready, Set, Go-Live! Speeding User Adoption of EpicCare with Single Sign-on, Positive ID and Fast User Switching
When Akron Children’s Hospital decided to expand its use of EpicCare from its 11 ambulatory units and EDs to its inpatient facilities, the IT department knew that user satisfaction was going to play a key role in the rate of EMR adoption. With a big bang Epic go-live scheduled for June 1, the timeline was tight when they began Single Sign-on Discovery and Analysis process in January to explore ways to minimize clicks, speed workflows and maximize productivity. In an aggressive 10 weeks’ time, OneSign was implemented. With a tap of their existing badges, 3,000 users were accessing data at 2800 computers covering 15 different locations across the state of Ohio, known for its stringent Board of Pharmacy regulations around prescribing medication. With Single Sign-on, PositiveID and fast user switching, Akron Children’s was locked and loaded for their Epic roll out. 
 

 

Stage 2 Meaningful Use: Analysis from the CIOs Perspective
This presentation will offer an overview and assessment of the Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements from a healthcare executive who has closely followed the development of federal regulations and helped lead a national healthcare IT organization in crafting comments on proposed regulations.

 

Track 2

Avoiding the Pitfalls in Your Path to Anytime, Anywhere Access

Sparrow Health Systems has one of the of the most aggressive technology portfolios in the country. Sparrow was recently ranked 16th worldwide on the InfoWeek500 and received the healthcare innovator award. Over the past four years, they have refreshed, upgraded and re-engineered their entire IT architecture, from the data center to the end point. Most recently, they have been able to successfully deploy an anytime, anywhere access strategy, integrated with Epic, that encompasses their requirements in security, ergonomics, functionality and technology that has an almost 90% clinician satisfaction rate.

 

Join Patrick Hale, CTO for Sparrow Health Systems, for an interactive, roundtable discussion on how to avoid the pitfalls on your path to enabling health care providers accessibility to critical medical information systems. The Sparrow team will discuss their entire process, including their integration with Epic, their decision to displace the Sentillion single sign on solution with Imprivata, their clinical device strategy and in-depth Proof of Concept with clinicians.

Secure Point of Care Access to EMR Applications with Virtualization, Dell Wyse Thin Clients and Imprivata
Phoebe Putney Health System is a network of hospitals and medical facilities in Georgia. Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, one of Georgia's largest comprehensive regional medical centers, is a 443-bed teaching hospital and a regional center for cancer and cardiac medicine. Phoebe Sumter Medical Center, opened in December 2011 after being destroyed by a tornado in 2007, it is a state-of-the-art 183,000 square foot facility featuring all private rooms. Mike Elder, Director of IS for Phoebe Putney, and Ross Youngdale, Director of IS for Phoebe Sumter, will provide a case study of how they virtualized servers and desktops with VMware, installed Dell Wyse thin clients as the endpoint device, and used Imprivata to provide secure and fast access to McKesson, MEDITECH and other applications at the point of care.

 

Leveraging IT Across Physician Practices and Clinics
Come learn how you can leverage Imprivata OneSign to streamline workflows within your physician practices and clinics enhancing the patient experience, improving the care provider’s productivity and increasing revenue.

 

Understanding the Mobile Health Ecosystem
This session will detail the nature of the evolving mobile health ecosystem, focusing on technology’s impact on workflow and culture, patient engagement, and best practices for creating a holistic, strategic digital health policy within your own organization.

 

As mHealth continues to define the health care industry, the market continues to grow, estimated to reach a value of $4.6 billion by 2014. Within that value are the hopes that wireless networks, mobile devices, new applications, and innovative approaches to care delivery and reimbursement can tackle the pressure points in a fragmented health care system. Mobile health techniques could help alleviate issues from an aging population and growing numbers of chronically ill patients to anticipated physician shortages.

 

Tech-savvy patients and a new crop of tech-savvy providers are driving the demand behind increasing mHealth. People are using social media to interact with their peers and discuss medical conditions, and a wave of new applications is helping patients monitor prescriptions, receive appointment reminders, and send information to their caregivers. And that, in turn, is driving more sophisticated care and communication among providers and patients. Physicians equally are happy to use their own devices if it means productivity increases. But challenges remain in aligning mobile growth with the unique needs of health care.

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8

11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

 

Track 1

VMware View, OneSign and Zero Clients: The Heartbeat of Healthcare Delivery
Join this interactive discussion where Healthcare IT leaders from MidMichigan Health and Metro Health describe their experiences with VMware, OneSign and Zero Clients.  These Cerner and Epic hospitals have streamlined access to patient information while keeping the maintainability of their roll-out manageable.

 

Track 2

Reducing Clicks and Driving a Successful Rollout at Johns Hopkins University Health System

When data security measures tightened at Johns Hopkins, and clinicians became frustrated with the cumbersome log-on/off process, the IT department developed a plan for Tap-and-Go access that would enhance the care providers’ desktop experience by saving time and clicks. In this session Patrick Ostendarp, Johns Hopkins IT Manager, will detail their implementation, lessons learned, best practices and deployment of a OneSign/prox card solution that has provided his users with fast, secure roaming access throughout the organization.

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8

1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. 

 

Knowledge Lounge Lightning Talks: A 30-minute Session Every Hour on the Hour

Best Practices on Fingerprint vs. Prox Cards

Learn how you can determine what authentication modalities should be used where.

 

Support Roaming User Workflows

Come discuss what we have learned about roaming user workflows during implementation of hundreds of hospitals.

 

Beyond Basic Application Profiling: Advanced APG Tips and Techniques

This session will provide advanced Application Profile strategies and techniques for profiling applications including custom flags, custom credential submission, passing variables, moving windows and profiling custom screens to automate keystroke sequences.

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8

1:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

 

Track 1

The Clinical Case for Virtual Desktops
Come discuss virtual desktops with Healthcare IT leaders and understand the considerations for building a clinical business case for virtual desktops.

 

Integrating Authentication into Your Clinical Workflows with ProveID
Regulations around protecting patient information, tracking data access and authorizing medication are becoming more stringent each year. Balancing the increased security requirements with clinical productivity is a constant challenge for IT. Licking Memorial Hospital, Stage 6 on the HIMSS EMR Adoption Model, has deployed an authentication strategy that meets stringent requirements without slowing workflows.

 

This session will provide an overview of authentication, the different clinical workflows that require authentication including CPOE, BMV and e-prescribing, and how to implement authentication using OneSign ProveID.

 

Streamlining Point of Care Documentation with No Click Access

Come hear from your peers on how providing No Click Access to the EMR encourages nurses and physicians to do their documentation at the point of care enhancing the care delivery process and improving efficiencies.

 

Track 2

ePrescribing and Controlled Substances
Is ePrescribing where you need it to be in your organization? This session will cover the current state of ePrescribing, the federal regulations, and rolling out secondary authentication and what that means to your hospitals, practices and clinics.

 

Simplify, Secure and Standardize the Clinician Desktop

In this session attendees will learn how three major hospitals overcame significant obstacles with their user experience and adopting the new technologies required to achieve Meaningful Use deadlines. By using technologies from RES Software, Imprivata, and Citrix, UMS crafted a solution that addressed all of the hospital’s major concerns allowing UMS to deliver a successful clinician experiences. Each hospital faced deadlines with Meaningful Use and a paradigm shift in how they deliver technology to their clinicians. If the user experience was poor, the adoption of EHR would be equally as poor and deadlines would be missed.

 

Best Practices for Supporting, Upgrading and Maintaining Your OneSign Deployment

This session will discuss best practices for supporting and upgrading OneSign agents and appliances as well as recommendations around maintaining, and monitoring your deployment.
 

The below session times are not final and are subject to change.