Research and Insights on Healthcare Analytics, Breaches and Ransomware
Wednesday, September 14, 2016 | 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Hosted at Watermark Restaurant
507 12th Ave S | Nashville, TN | 37203
The volume and type of patient data being collected as well as the technologies to put this data into secure, valuable and useful practice is changing rapidly. The convergence of big data technology, analytic advancements, and a variety of other factors have sparked an emerging breed of applications that will forever change the way organizations protect themselves and their patients. Join us for dinner to discuss some of these issues with your peers.
The session will also cover:
Current research and trends in healthcare analytics, and security
Organizations who are investing in healthcare security platforms and the innovative solutions they have developed
The steps you need to take as you evaluate options for delivering on the promise of healthcare analytics and security
Although trained as a transplantation cardiologist, Dr. Sotos’ career has largely concentrated on the interfaces of medicine – with computers, history, and television.
With a masters degree in computer science/artificial intelligence from Stanford, Dr. Sotos was Chief Medical Engineer at Healtheon-WebMD, Principal Scientist at DNA Sciences, a co-founder of Expertscape.com, and is an inventor on several issued patents.
He has written three books, including Zebra Cards: An Aid to Obscure Diagnosis, which led to a six-season consulting role on House, MD during its run as the world’s most popular television series. He has since consulted formally and informally on more than a dozen television series. His two books on the medical history of Abraham Lincoln, The Physical Lincoln and The Physical Lincoln Sourcebook, propose that Lincoln had the rare genetic cancer syndrome multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B. A forthcoming book examines Mary Todd Lincoln’s medical history.
Dr. Sotos has an M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins, where he also performed all of his clinical training, and was for years an adjunct professor of medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. His bachelors degrees are from Dartmouth College in chemistry and in mathematics. For thirty years he has been a flight surgeon in the Air National Guard.
David Houlding is the Healthcare Privacy and Security Lead at Intel Health and Life Sciences, with more than 23 years of experience in healthcare, privacy and security, and enterprise architecture. His responsibilities include privacy and security leadership for the healthcare and life science industry globally. In this role David leads healthcare security and privacy research through to defining strategy, roadmaps, reference architectures, solution incubation, prototypes, pilots, and sales and marketing field support for the Health and Life Sciences (HLS) sector. This involves extensive engagement with key healthcare customers and partners, providing guidance on best practices to manage risk and how technologies can help in a holistic approach, and catalyzing new opportunities for Intel and partners to add value in the HLS sector. Extensive thought leadership through industry collaborations, publication, social media, and public speaking. David has also held other positions at Intel including Senior Privacy and Security Researcher at Intel Labs. Prior David was the Chief Architect of Perot Systems Healthcare Payer Systems.
With several patents granted by the USPTO, David has a proven track record for innovation. David is a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), a CIPP (Certified Information Privacy Professional), and has a Master of Applied Science in Data Compression and Digital Signal Processing from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. David has presented keynotes and sessions, and participated in panel discussions at numerous major industry conferences including IAPP Privacy Academy, Privacy Identity Innovation, HIMSS, mHealth Summit, Strata Rx, HealthTech NextGeneration, InfoSec, NIST HIPAA Security Conference, iHT2 Health IT Summit, NIST Security Automation Conference, Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conferences, Innovation Insights, and several other conferences. He has published and contributed to numerous articles in major trade journals including Privacy Advisor, VentureBeat, Healthcare Info Security, Healthcare Technology Online and Dr. Dobbís Journal. David has also made contributions to book publications including XML Unleashed, and has been interviewed for newspaper and other articles.
Shawn Dolley, Industry Leader, Healthcare and Life Sciences
Shawn Dolley is Cloudera's Industry Leader, Health & Life Science. Shawn leads the Cloudera precision medicine and Cloudera Omics solution vision, roadmap and offering, and helps customers develop use cases on the business side of research discovery and translational medicine. Shawn co-led the Healthcare & Life Science industry practice at Netezza, and when acquired by IBM was a part of IBM's Public Sector industry practice. Shawn designed a Health Outcomes Analytic Appliance in conjunction with Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He has worked with Dr. Paul Grundy, the godfather of PCMH, on methods to apply analytics to large populations and real world evidence. He has presented to and collaborated with multiple providers, payers, pharma, and research organizations, as well as Big Data technology providers. Shawn has worked in data modeling, metrics, analytics and workflow since 1995. Today, Shawn’s most focused work is on repeatable, affordable solutions for whole genome/exome downstream analytics at scale matched with clinical/phenotype and public data, toward precision medicine and biomarker & drug discovery.