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AMIA 2021 Annual Symposium Corporate Roundtables

AMIA corporate roundtables are hosted by AMIA partners looking to engage with AMIA leaders and informatics subject matter experts. Participation in corporate roundtables is voluntary and based on your interest in the topic and availability. The small focus groups are unique Annual Symposium sessions for attendees to learn about the latest industry innovations, share user experience, provide critical feedback on current programs and most importantly, inform future industry program and product development. Attendees will learn what important biomedical and health informatics issues these companies are exploring.

Roundtables are by invitation only and are not eligible for CME/CE. Please select your choices below. You may select to join two (2) roundtables from the registration list below.

Available Roundtables

Monday, November 1 | 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.

Title: Delivering on the promise of genomic data: Opportunities to improve usability and value for physicians

IMO Representatives: Patrick McCormick, Kerri Grizer, June Bronnert, Andy Kanter 

Target Audience: Clinical informaticists from hospitals and health systems; CMIO, CRIO; data and research scientists; ideally - geneticists, pharmacy informaticists, laboratory informaticists, oncologists and pediatricians at tertiary and quaternary care centers.

Objectives: 

  • Understand current state of genomic data as related to accessibility
  • Discuss current barriers and potential ways to make genomic data most useful to physicians
  • Gauge scenarios where where genomic data and precision health can deliver measurable value

Description: 

Precision health is grounded in the effective use of individual patient data, with great opportunities for human phenotype and genomic data supporting predictive analytics and proactive treatment plans. As the industry creates more genomic data and improves accessibility, building the most effective workflows for physicians is a critical step.

Join Intelligent Medical Objects, an industry-leader in clinical terminology, efficient clinician EHR workflows, and data quality for a focus group discussion that explores current use of genomic data, physician readiness, current challenges, and opportunities to build efficient processes to maximize value and impact.
 

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Tuesday, November 2 | 7:00 a.m.-8:30a.m.

Title: Leveraging artificial intelligence to improve risk capture and the clinician experience

Presenters: 
Travis Bias, DO, MPH, FAAFP
Medical Director, Clinician Solutions
3M Health Information Systems

Sandeep Wadhwa, MD, MBA, FACP
Global Chief Medical Officer
3M Health Information Systems Division

Description: Physicians and their organizations seek ways to improve documentation specificity to capture the complexity of their patient population better. This ensures appropriate reimbursement and accurate risk capture for quality measure reporting. Interact with physician leaders from 3M Health Information Systems as they discuss current capabilities that leverage true real time natural language understanding (NLU) to effectively bolster clinical documentation efforts while respecting physicians’ time and attention.

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Registration Process

If accepted, you will receive an email confirmation from Kris Wolcott, Director of Industry Partnerships, the week before Annual Symposium. A ticket for your selected roundtable(s) will print with your badge at registration.

Registration Form

Complete the following form to request an invitation for one or more roundtables. There is no additional fee to attend a roundtable, however you must complete the form to be considered.

By completing the form, you understand that the sponsoring organization of your requested roundtable(s) will receive your personal information and may contact you. Only Annual Symposium registrants may participate in these focus groups.

 

I am a health care provider (HCP) as defined by the Sunshine Act.


Certain provisions (commonly referred to as The Sunshine Act) under the Affordable Care Act require that drug and device manufactures report to CMS on, among other things, payments and transfers of "value" (including meals) to physicians. The rule defines "physician" as a doctor of medicine or osteopathy, a dentist, a podiatrist, an optometrist, or a chiropractor who is legally authorized to practice by the state in which he or she works. Advance practice nurses, registered nurses, physician assistants, residents, and pharmacists are not covered recipients, but payments made to non-physician prescribers to be passed through to a doctor are considered indirect payments to the physician and, therefore, would have to be reported under the name of the doctor. Check this box if you are a health care provider (HCP) as defined by the Sunshine Act. Certain roundtable sponsors may need to report the value of the meal provided as part of their annual reporting to CMS. If this is the case, you will be asked to provide additional information – such as your medical license and NPI number – to the roundtable sponsor at the time of the event.
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