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Stage-gate Healthcare Initiatives • Strategise Innovative Models of Care • Assess Expense Management • Evaluate Partnerships in Managed Care • Measure Innovation • Improve Population Health

Stage-gate Healthcare Initiatives • Strategise Innovative Models of Care • Assess Expense Management • Evaluate Partnerships in Managed Care • Measure Innovation • Improve Population Health

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  • 1. BOOK before 24 November and SAVE US$1390 26-29 January 2014 |Dusit Thani Hotel | Dubai | UAE Stagegate Healthcare Initiatives • Strategise Innovative Models of Care • Assess Expense Management • Evaluate Partnerships in Managed Care • Measure Innovation • Improve Population Health SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS Understand core fundamentals of innovation and where it benefits Healthcare Manage expenses via innovative models of care Assess patient data via connected health to mitigate cost Enhance simplicity in Healthcare branding to communicate with passion Analyse partnerships in long term managed care to generate better outcomes Beneficial innovation with implementation tools in interactive workshops from Aspen and Duke EXPERT SPEAKER FACULTY See inside for more… MEETING YOUR NEEDS AND INVESTIGATING THE LATEST INDUSTRY TRENDS AFFECTING YOUR HOSPITAL  Meeting demand  Mobilise healthcare to the patient Laila Aljassmi Former CEO, Health Policy and Strategy Dubai Health Authority UAE Peter C. W. Kim MD, CM, PhD, VP, Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children’s National Medical Center, USA Jordan Shlain MD Health Advisor The Aspen Institute USA Mounes Kalaawi MD CEO Clemenceau Medical Center Lebanon Steve Thompson MBA John T. Wald MD CEO MD, Physician Chair, Standardise to Value Subcommittee, and and Member of the Board Johns Hopkins Member Enterprise Clinical Practice Committee, Mayo Clinic, USA USA Vishal Bali Group CEO Fortis Healthcare Group Singapore Krishna Udayakumar MD, MBA Anita Ying MD Medical Director Endocrine Head of Global Innovation Centre and Assistant Duke Medicine Professor Endocrinology, MD USA Anderson Cancer Center, USA Tim Jones Development Director NHS University Hospital Birmingham, UK  Easy access to vital information which improves diagnosis and saves cost  Models of care, partnerships and execution strategies  Integrating and connecting stakeholders Julianna Grisham Moorad Director, Clinical Operations Administration MD Anderson Cancer Center USA Organised By  Branding in a passionate industry to generate affinity www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation Ron Dixon MD Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant Professor Harvard Medical School, USA
  • 2. Welcome to the Healthcare Innovation Summit! In Healthcare, the core customer is your patient, without whom Healthcare would not exist. Although your most important stakeholder, the patient’s involvement is extremely limited. Reaching out to patients and gaining vital information helps you take better decisions. It improves consultancy time and generates better outcomes. If implemented cohesively, it reduces cost and improves wellness. This can only be achieved when stakeholders engage with each other over a common platform. To connect them healthcare is now digital and engages continuously. IIR Middle East has therefore chosen the Healthcare Innovation Summit as a platform to understand and identify: • • • • Where innovation is really needed What benefits have others gained Who should lead it How it could be implemented within your institution The best and brightest connected minds will converge during the four day Summit at the Dusit Thani Hotel, Dubai on 26 – 29 January 2014. The pre and post conference workshop led by Aspen Institute and Duke Medicine respectively, will empower delegates with an implementation plan to engage their patient population and take better decisions. It is an interactive, debate heavy and decisive gathering. You make a difference to healthcare and we want you to be there! Speaker Faculty Conference Chairs: Panelists: Presenters: Bassam Al Sayad, COO, Corniche Hospital, UAE, Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, USA Krishna Udayakumar MD, MBA, Head Global Innovation, Duke Medicine, USA Alec Napier FACHE, Director of Patient Experience, Tawam Hospital, UAE Arapan David, CEO, Ras Al Khaimah Hospital, UAE Howard Podolsky MD, Group Operations Director, SEHA, UAE James Santry, Senior Vice President Managed Care, Inova Health System, USA June Beaumont, Corporate HIM Manager and Clinical Affairs, SEHA, UAE Mounes Kalaawi MD, CEO, Clemenceau Medical Center, Lebanon Pankaj Gupta MD, Board Member, HIMSS Asia Pacific, India Chapter,Health Innovator in Residence @ The International Centre for Health Innovation, Richard Ivey School of Business,The University of Western Ontario, Canada Peter Bauer, Chief Information Officer, Daman, UAE Saleem Muhammad, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Ministry of Health, K.S.A Sandeep J. Khandhar, MD, thoracic surgeon and surgical director, Inova Thoracic Oncology Program, USA Anita Ying MD, Medical Director Endocrine Centre and Assistant Professor Endocrinology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Joe Peterson MD, CEO, Specialists on Call, USA Jonas Petersen, CEO, Aegle Life, Australia Julianna Grisham Moorad, Director, Clinical Operations Administration, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Mariano Gonzalez, CEO, Moorfields Eye Hospital, UAE Mark Adams, Founder and CEO, Anglo Arabian Healthcare, UAE Philip Davies, President EMEA, siegel+gale, UK Ron Dixon MD, Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, USA Tim Jones,(West Midlands Academic Health Science Network) Development Director, NHS University Hospital Birmingham, UK Tony Davis, (West Midlands Academic Health Science Network) Chairman, Medilink, UK, Life Science Industry Association, UK Workshop Leaders: Jordan Shlain MD, Health Advisor, The Aspen Institute, USA Krishna Udayakumar MD, MBA, Head of Global Innovation, Duke Medicine, USA Keynotes: John T. Wald, MD, Physician Chair, Standardise to Value Subcommittee, and Member, Enterprise Clinical Practice Committee, Mayo Clinic, USA Laila Aljassmi, Former CEO, Health Policy and Strategy, Dubai Health Authority, UAE Peter C. W. Kim, MD, CM, PhD, Vice President, Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children’s National Medical Center, USA Steve Thompson MBA, CEO and Member of the Board, Johns Hopkins, USA Vishal Bali, Group CEO, Fortis Healthcare Group, Singapore  Johns Hopkins sees innovation as the key to unlock human potential in solving society’s most vexing challenges. Steve Thompson MBA, CEO and Member of the Board, Johns Hopkins, USA Moderators: Chuck Parker, Executive Director, Continua Health Alliance, USA Jordan Shlain MD, Health Advisor, The Aspen Institute, USA Krishna Udayakumar MD, MBA, Head of Global Innovation, Duke Medicine, USA Marcus Gordon, VP Digital Health, Edelman, UK Networking Activities One on One CEO Facetime Panel Discussions Meet and interact with Visionary Innovators over a live discussion. Tweet your questions live to www. iirme.com/healthcareinnovation as you hear them speak. Enjoy face time with internationally ranked Provider CEOs over an informal connection. Join in the debate with high profile speakers +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com Speaker Hosted Lunch Meet the speakers in person. Have your questions answered and share insights over a hearty meal www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation
  • 3. SUMMIT DAY ONE 8.30 Monday | 27 January 2014 Registration and Refreshments 08.55 Welcome from the Chairman & Opening Remarks - An Overview of Global Healthcare Innovation Bassam Al Sayad, COO, Corniche Hospital, UAE, Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, USA Visionary Innovation 09.00 OPENING KEYNOTE What is innovation and what are its outcomes in Healthcare? This session will discuss the psychology of Healthcare as an industry, it’s cost mitigation strategy, managing personalities and communication challenges which innovation addresses Jordan Shlain MD, Health Advisor, The Aspen Institute, USA 09.20 Regional Keynote How is the region embracing innovation and what does the future hold? Laila Aljassmi, Former CEO, Health Policy and Strategy, Dubai Health Authority, UAE 09.40    Keynote Innovative Collaborative Healthcare Models Johns Hopkins is a recognised leader in the advancement of Healthcare. What are the differentiating factors in extending the organisation’s vision as leaders, in attaining measurable care delivery and leveraging them to engage hospitals globally? Steve Thompson MBA, CEO Johns Hopkins Medicine and Member of the Board, Johns Hopkins, USA 10.00 Keynote Standardise to Value: Improving Outcomes, Decreasing Cost of Care Knowledge is health care’s most valuable “product” and the foundation that enables everything else: patient care, research, education and innovation. Leveraging a 100-year history of collecting and applying information to meet the needs of each patient, Mayo Clinic is leading the health care transformation to improve quality while decreasing the cost of care to patients. John T. Wald, MD, Physician Chair, Standardise to Value Subcommittee, and Member, Enterprise Clinical Practice Committee, Mayo Clinic, USA 10.20 Keynote Can we afford the cost of the future? Business models and paradigms of knowledge creation, translation and transmission in healthcare settings of today and the future will be explored. The presentation will include recent experiences and examples from the Sheikh Zayed Institute at the Children’s National Medical Center.  Peter C. W. Kim, MD, CM, PhD, Vice President, Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children’s National Medical Center, USA 10.40 Keynote The Innovation challenge in the evolving world of healthcare Vishal Bali, Group CEO, Fortis Healthcare Group, Singapore 11.00 Refreshments and Networking Break B O O K B E FO R E 11.30 Panel Session Practical advice from innovators – The one thing you must accomplish! This session is a unique opportunity to send your questions as you hear them live and gain insight into thoughts on the future of Healthcare! Send your Questions live to #HealthInnovation Laila Aljassmi, Former CEO, Health Policy and Strategy, Dubai Health Authority, UAE Steve Thompson MBA, CEO and Member of the Board, Johns Hopkins, USA John T. Wald, MD, Physician Chair, Standardise to Value Subcommittee, and Member, Enterprise Clinical Practice Committee, Mayo Clinic, USA Peter C. W. Kim, MD, CM, PhD, Vice President, Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children’s National Medical Center, USA Vishal Bali, Group CEO, Fortis Healthcare Group, Singapore Julianna Grisham Moorad, Director, Clinical Operations Administration, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Moderated by: Jordan Shlain MD, Health Advisor, The Aspen Institute, USA 12.30 Networking Lunch for Delegates and Speakers Strategic Innovation 14.00 Panel Session Who should lead innovation? Clinician, Administration, Management or Operations? - Acute care for community infrastructure development - Delivering Avant-Garde Treatment - How to choose an innovative partnership Mounes Kalaawi MD, CEO, Clemenceau Medical Center, Lebanon Alec Napier FACHE, Director of Patient Experience, Tawam Hospital, UAE Howard Podolsky MD, Group Operations Director, SEHA, UAE Arapan David, CEO, Ras Al Khaimah Hospital, UAE Anita Ying MD, Medical Director Endocrine Centre and Assistant Professor Endocrinology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Moderated by: Krishan Udayakumar MD, MBA, Head Global Innovation, Duke Medicine, USA 14.30 Speaker Faculty Reserved 14.50 Panel Session Interoperability Facilitating Innovation in Connected Health Interoperability is fueling new solutions to access, quality and outcomes in healthcare. A presentation and discussion of case studies and programs in government adoption, disaster management and integration of remote home monitoring and primary care will illustrate the ways that governments, healthcare systems, solution providers and others are investing in connectivity and demonstrating that they can tackle the tough issues in healthcare. Moderated by: Chuck Parker, Executive Director, Continua Health Alliance, USA Speaker Faculty Reserved 15.30 Close of Conference Day One Buses to Arab Health Exhibition for all delegates 24 November 2013 AND SAVE UPTO US$1390 +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation
  • 4. SUMMIT DAY TWO Tuesday | 28 January 2014 08.30 Registration and Refreshments 8.55 Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chairman: Recap of Day 1 Krishna Udayakumar MD, MBA, Head of Global Innovation, Duke Medicine, USA Operational Innovation 09.00 OPENING KEYNOTE Expense management – balancing a noble mission and cost reduction For a hospital whose mission is to eliminate cancer in Texas and the nation, how did it develop an analysis tool for objective evaluation of existing programmes for divestment, resising or investment to maintain sustainability in light of reduced reimbursements? This case study will include how the tool was developed, tested and utilised along with all of the challenges and lessons learned. Julianna Grisham Moorad, Director, Clinical Operations Administration, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Anita Ying MD, Medical Director Endocrine Centre and Assistant Professor Endocrinology, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA 09.20 Keynote Enabling human capital innovation Krishna Udayakumar MD, Head Global Innovation, Duke Medicine, USA 09.40 Case Study: Healthcare delivery innovation Massachusetts General is a name to be reckoned with. It’s global ratings, success and affiliations have been aligned to operational innovation for decades. What can we learn from this seasoned healthcare provider which is regionally adaptable and so beneficial which can work for us? Ron Dixon MD, Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, USA 10.00 Speaker Faculty Reserved 10.20 Panel Session Vision 2015 – Transforming cost, quality, and access Inova Health System (Northern Virginia, Washington DC) is one of the leading integrated health systems in the United States.  In an effort to help transform the way healthcare is delivered to its community and to provide leading edge services to patients across the globe, it has embarked on a “Vision 2015” campaign which encompasses Community-based care, Destination Clinical Services, and Hospital Based Care.   This session will cover how bridging the gap between operations and clinical excellence is critical in developing a new paradigm of care delivery.  This discussion features a world-renown thoracic surgeon and senior vice president of business development from Inova. Sandeep J. Khandhar, MD, thoracic surgeon and surgical director, Inova Thoracic Oncology Program, USA James Santry, Senior Vice President Managed Care, Inova Health System, USA Moderated by: Marcus Gordon, VP Digital Health, Edelman, UK 10.50 Leading the Healthcare Innovation Path:The Promise and Challenges Bassam Al Sayad, COO, Corniche Hospital, UAE, Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, USA 11.40 The synergic model – attending to local needs An innovative and sustainable healthcare model in the region: Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai: From Vision to Execution Mariano Gonzalez, CEO, Moorfields Eye Hospital, UAE 12.00 Remote care for an ageing population Mark Adams, Founder and CEO, Anglo Arabian Healthcare, UAE 12.20 Networking Lunch for Delegates and Speakers 13.40 The ABC of innovation, health & wealth – Involving academia, business and clinical services for mutual benefit of a region. How  Birmingham Health Partners and UK Life Science Industry are creating an operational innovation approach to Digital Health and E-Prescribing in the UK Tim Jones,(West Midlands Academic Health Science Network) Development Director, NHS University Hospital Birmingham, UK Tony Davis, (West Midlands Academic Health Science Network) Chairman, Medilink, UK, Life science Industry Association, UK 14.00 Speaker Faculty Reserved 14.20 Unlocking the Power of simplicity in Healthcare How to create an emotional brand connection in a passionate industry Philip Davies, President EMEA, siegel+gale, UK Implementation in Innovation 14.40 Wow!  The financial, system and clinical impacts when telemedicine reaches large scale Joe Peterson MD, CEO, Specialists on Call, USA Strategy and execution of healthcare innovation 15.00 Lessons learnt from the world of government officials and startup ventures  Jonas Petersen, CEO, Aegle Life, Australia 15.20 Panel Session Taking informed decisions - Creating a platform for innovation in standardisation - CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) challenges in corporate politics - CRM in Healthcare patient to Physician or referral - Middle-East Health Security, Privacy and Accountability Act (MHSPAA) Peter Bauer, Chief Information Officer, Daman, UAE Saleem Muhammad, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Ministry of Health, KSA June Beaumont, Corporate HIM Manager and Clinical Affairs, SEHA, UAE Pankaj Gupta MD, Board Member, HIMSS Asia Pacific, India Chapter,Health Innovator in Residence @ The International Centre for Health Innovation, Richard Ivey School of Business,The University of Western Ontario, Canada 15.40 End of Conference Day Two Buses to Arab Health Exhibition for all delegates 11.10 Refreshments and Networking Break +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation
  • 5. Partner with the Healthcare Innovation Summit The region’s Healthcare landscape seeks partnerships! Partnering with the Healthcare Innovation Summit is an extremely effective way for you to share your work as an integral stakeholder within Healthcare’s interoperable and digitally connected platform. The conference provides a unique, high-profile platform with opportunities to interact with the industry’s biggest players and healthcare systems. The conference will provide tailored and creative partnership packages to suit the organisation, and not just offer an exhibition stand! Organisations can:      Broker new business partnerships within a region seeking expertise Showcase innovative connected and digital initiatives Position your interoperable technology as futuristic Publicise your success via your Healthcare client’s results Build brand recognition and raise your integral healthcare stakeholder profile Learn more about how you can support the Healthcare Innovation Summit by contacting Georgina Hill +971 (0) 4 407 2754 or at sponsorship@iirme.com See more at: www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation Interactive Workshops Pre Conference Workshop: Bringing the OODA LOOP to Health OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide and Act) form core foundations of any strategic implementation which is well thought out, aligned to your institution’s objectives, focuses on areas that really need to be looked into and will attain outcomes beneficial to your client, which in this case is your patient to generate better clinical and business outcomes simultaneously. Since time is an insoluble constant the sooner you identify innovation the quicker you accelerate stakeholder engagement. In essence you create a platform for seamless healthcare delivery. This hands on workshop will discuss Case Studies from Harvard Business Review and the New England Journal of Medicine. 09.00 – 14.00 (with one coffee break and networking Lunch at 14.00) Sunday, 26 January 2014 • Identify who your stakeholders are and map specific processes you need to innovate • Gain entrepreneurial acumen to integrate innovation in a complex structure • Generate a seamless platform for interoperability amongst internal and external stakeholders • Measure and monetise tangible benefits to the board • Lead innovation to place your institution at the forefront of healthcare engagement Led by: Jordan Shlain MD, Health Advisor The Aspen Institute USA Learning Objectives: • Understand the benefits of disruption to your organisation • Understand what each of the players truly care about. Post Conference Workshop: 09.00 – 13.00 (with one coffee break and networking Lunch at 13.00) Implementing Innovation Wednesday, 29 January 2014 Innovation is much more than coming up with a great idea; it is a continuous process that spans problem identification, idea generation, selection, and most importantly, implementation, evaluation, and scale. Great ideas cannot be actualised if they are not implemented, and sometimes, even an existing idea can become innovative in how it is implemented. This workshop will provide participants with the knowledge and tools to support an innovation lifecycle and frameworks for implementing innovation. Several use cases will highlight specific challenges to implementing innovation, including design, communications, culture, financing, and scalability. The discussion will encompass a broad approach to innovation in health and healthcare, including innovations in technology, business models, and workforce. Learning objectives: • Understand the capabilities necessary to implement innovation • Learn from successes and failures in scaling innovations in health and healthcare • Access tools and frameworks to help organisations support the implementation of innovation Workshop leaders: Krishna Udayakumar, MD, MBA, Head of Global Innovation, Duke Medicine and Executive Director, International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery (IPIHD) Lisa Bourget, MBA, Director of Strategy and Partnership Development Duke Medicine Global CERTIFIED Workshop attendees will be eligible for a certificate of participation from Duke Medicine Global. Vision without execution is hallucination. Thomas Edison +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation
  • 6. 26-29 January 2014 |Dusit Thani Hotel | Dubai | UAE Five Easy Ways To Register +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com IIR Holdings Ltd. P.O Box 9428, Dubai, UAE www.iirme.com/healthcareinnovation AX1040 Please þ the session/s you wish to attend: SUPER EARLY BIRD SAVER! Register before 28 November 2013 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE EARLY BIRD Price before 29 December 2013 Standard Price Price after 29 December 2013  Conference + 2 Workshop Days US$ 2,495 US$ 2,695 US$ 2,895  Conference + 1 Workshop Day US$ 2,195 US$ 2,395 US$ 2,595  Conference Only US$ 1,795 US$ 1,995 US$ 2,095 US$ 695 US$ 795 US$ 895  Workshop Day only CALL: +971 4 335 2483 E-MAIL: a.watts@iirme.com Conference fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Attendance by email. All registrations are subject to our terms and conditions which are available at www.iirme.com/terms. Please read them as they include important information. By submitting your registration you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in full. DELEGATE DETAILS First Name: Surname: Job Title: Company: Address: Postal Code: Country: Tel: City: Mobile: Fax: Email: PAYMENTS A confirmation letter and invoice will be sent upon receipt of your registration. Please note that full payment must be received prior to the event. Only those delegates whose fees have been paid in full will be admitted to the event. AVOID VISA DELAYS – BOOK NOW EVENT VENUE: CANCELLATION ACCOMMODATION DETAILS If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate will be welcome in your place. Registrations cancelled more than 7 days before the Event are subject to a $200 administration charge. Registration fees for registrations cancelled 7 days or less before the Event must be paid in full. Substitutions are welcome at any time. We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. You can contact the IIR Hospitality Desk for assistance on: Tel: +971 4 407 2693 Fax: +971 4 407 2517 Email: hospitality@iirme.com All registrations are subject to acceptance by IIR which will be confirmed to you in writing. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and IIR reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers or topics. IK/SC MD030332 HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT J Dusit Thani Hotel, Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 343 3333 O Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible. Visas for non-GCC nationals may take several weeks to process.