Unintended consequences resulting from decades of evolved regulations of the Healthcare industry have exacerbated healthy-life challenges associated with modern society in general – and now, even more so dealing with fallout from the corona virus pandemic. As a result, care, wellness, and society in many ways have become victims of data constraints in this domain. What has eluded practitioners in this regard are the comprehensive population data in general, and more specifically individualized context within hyper-segmented groupings of consumers. We assert that by pursuing a geographic-centered model of Community Care, populations may be discretely observed for patterns in a macro dimension that will expose precision knowledge-in-the-moment when distilled by distributed, networked smart-edge ecosystems of IoT agents coupled with machine learning and augmented intelligence capacities. We will inspire and collaborate with those seeking to assemble community focused programs to serve the greater good by enabling more efficient/effective outcomes for all.
About Ted DellaVecchiaTed DellaVecchia is Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of Symbotix, a management consulting group that inspires and leads IT-enabled business reinventions at large academic medical centers, national payers, health systems/alliances, and other influential organizations in the healthcare industry. Prior to Symbotix, Ted was Chief Healthcare Strategist at Red Hat where he laid the foundational building blocks of the open source, “LinuxForHealth” synergy initiative in conjunction with IBM Corporation. Earlier in his career, Ted led digitally-enabled industry pivots while establishing breakaway operating models at several Fortune 100 enterprises across multiple industries. Examples include: CIO at IBM Corporation, SVP/CIO of Starbucks Coffee Company, and SVP/ CIO and general manager of three Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance companies (WellPoint, CareFirst, and Capital BlueCross). Ted is the founding chairman of the Healthcare Industry Transformation Project (HITP). Established in 2010, the HITP is a digital-health innovation ecosystem of early-adopting healthcare organizations collaborating to design and execute digital transformation of the healthcare industry. He has served as sponsor and advisory board member of the Center for Information Systems Research at MIT Sloan School of Management, has performed as guest lecturer at MIT Sloan’s Industrial Liaison Program, and frequently speaks at industry events on the topic of accelerating/assimilating use of digital health solutions for symbiotic ecosystem interactions. Ted has also served on Boards of Directors for companies transcending successful Initial Public Offerings and those pioneering the use of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) methodologies in healthcare.
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Abstract: In this interactive session we will discuss innovative healthcare provider IOT strategies and learn about…