Joseph Hirsch, Director of Client Relations at Globalview Advisors, will be attending the 9th Annual Next Practices in Healthcare Event, held at UCI Beall Applied Innovation on January 29, 2020. The event is being hosted by the Executive Next Practices Institute.
Large-scale disruption will continue in the life sciences and healthcare sector-defined by radically interoperable data, open yet secure platforms, and consumer-driven care. What can you expect in 2020 and beyond from employer, provider and patient perspectives?
In this fast paced and interactive evening, the speakers will do a “deep dive” on AI/Blockchain and other technology impacts on all aspects of the healthcare system.
Attendees for the event will include CEOs, CMOs, CFOs, CIOs, HR leaders from top enterprise companies, industry representatives, community healthcare ecosystem principals and local associations (HBA, HCA, Octane, UCI Beall Applied Innovation, ULP, others).
- Data and platforms: Identify how health systems are using blockchain and AI insights for decision-making.
- Well-being and care delivery: Discover how current disruptive innovations make a major difference in how healthcare is reshaped in the future.
- Anthony Chang, MD; Chief Intelligence and Innovation Officer and Medical Director at CHOC Children’s Hospital;
- Rajeev Ronanski, Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer at Anthem;
- Sebastian Swain, Director in the Professional Executive Practice Group at CRC Insurance Services;
- Debbie Nix, VP of Human Resources and Risk Management for Covenant Care;
- Daniel Kopti, Benefits Compliance Advisor at USI Insurance Services LLC;
- Adam Gold, CTO at CHOC Children’s Hospital; and
- Carol Falstrup, Senior Vice President of Employee Benefits at USI Insurance Services LLC.
The Executive Next Practices Institute is an established organization and network (with over 300 forums since 2008) comprised of FORTUNE 5000 C Level and key executive leaders (CEO, COO, CFO, CMO, CIO, HR) who meet to review “first look” innovations and emerging trends in business and leadership strategies. Their unique and highly collaborative roundtable sessions are held with a strict “non-solicitation” policy to encourage leaders to interact, engage and think collaboratively, and to ensure maximum relationship-building. The group follows a “next practices” development method which discards the status quo in favor of a more effective and relevant approach to today’s business problems and tomorrow’s solutions.
UCI Beall Applied Innovation brings campus-based discoveries together with Orange County’s vibrant business community to support job creation and economic growth. To make this happen, UCI Beall Applied Innovation facilitates connections between UCI and industry, including: entrepreneurs seeking access to university inventions and talent, large corporations looking to tap the school’s research capabilities, and investors wanting to financially support promising new companies. Additionally, UCI Beall Applied Innovation is working to cultivate an “innovation district” in the heart of Orange County, producing more start-ups, more scale-ups, and, ultimately, a world-class entrepreneurial ecosystem.