PHAT Conference Schedule – May 1

The Public Health & Technology on May 1, 2009 schedule is below. It’s not too late to register: www.hsph.harvard.edu/phat. I will post all the video on this blog as soon as it is available.

10:00 am, Kresge Ground Floor
Registration Begins

10:30 am, Kresge G-2
Introduction – Health Information Technology: Where are we in 2009?

Ashish Jha, MD, MPH, Professor, Health Policy & Management, Harvard School of Public Health


11:00 am, Kresge G-2
Panel – Health Information Exchange

  • ModeratorBlackford Middleton, MD, MPH, MSc; Director of Clinical Informatics Research & Development; Chairman of the Center for Information Technology Leadership (CITL); Partners Healthcare System
  • Ray Campbell; Executive Director & CEO, Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
  • David Cerino, MBA; General Manager, Consumer Health Solutions Group, Microsoft Corporation
  • John Loonsk, MD; Vice President, CGI Federal, Inc.
  • John Moore; Founder and Managing Director, Chilmark Research

12:30 pm, Kresge G-1
Keynote – Connecting Patients, Providers, and Payers

John Halamka, MD, MS; Chief Information Officer, CareGroup Health System; Dean for Technology, Harvard Medical School; Chairman, New England Health Electronic Data Interchange Network; CEO, MA-SHARE; Chair, US Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP)


1:30 pm, FXB Atrium
Networking Lunch with Speakers and Invited Guests

2:30 pm, Kresge G-1
Panel – Health Information Technology & the Stimulus Bill

  • ModeratorKaren Bell, MD, MMS; Sr. Vice President, Health Information Technology Services
  • Jonathan Bush, MBA; CEO, President, & Chairman, AthenaHealth
  • Sharona Hoffman, JD, LLM; Professor of Law and Senior Associate Dean, Case Western School of Law; Co-Director, Law-Medicine Center
  • Isaac Kohane, MD, PhD; Director, Boston Children’s Hospital Informatics Program; Professor, Pediatrics and Health Sciences & Technology, Harvard Medical School
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