AMIA 2022 Clinical Informatics Conference Keynote and Plenary Presentations
We are excited to offer several plenary presentations at the 2022 Clinical Informatics Conference in Houston, TX.
Clinical Informatics In Focus: Fireside Chat on Burden Reduction, Burnout, and Informatics as an Intervention
Tuesday, May 24 | 1:45 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Over the past decade, there has been significant investment in health IT, leading to rising clinician burden and burnout. Informatics leaders must embrace innovative informatics interventions to reduce burden and burnout, but they can’t go at this alone. We need informatics interventions, partnerships, and collaboration with all healthcare leaders. This panel will address the broader environment around technology-caused burnout and a way forward with best practices and programs to put into action.
Dr. Bart received his medical degree from the University of Hawaii, followed by training at Duke in pediatrics and critical care medicine. Dr. Bart formally started working in healthcare IT in 2000 while on the faculty at USC and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. In 2007, Dr. Bart moved on to a role as a CMO at Cerner Corporation. In 2012, he was the first CMIO for the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. In the summer of 2017, Dr. Bart moved to Pittsburgh to become the CMIO of UPMC. As CMIO at UPMC he has taken on clinical leadership of all clinical applications.
Dr. Bonnie Clipper is a top healthcare influencer, nursing innovation expert, podcast host, and global speaker. She is a former chief nurse executive, was the first Vice President of Innovation at the American Nurses Association and is the Managing Director of Innovation Advantage, a healthcare innovation and care transformation consultancy. Dr. Clipper also supports Wambi, a health technology company, as the chief clinical officer.
As an internationally recognized nurse futurist and nursing innovation evangelist, she was a co-author on the seminal work, The Innovation Roadmap: A Nurse Leader’s Guide and was the lead author of the international best-selling book, The Nurse's Guide to Innovation. She publishes and blogs regularly on the future of nursing practice. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow alumna, and ASU/AONL Executive Fellow in Health Innovation Leadership alumna. Dr. Clipper is the sole nurse member of the HIMSS Innovation Board of Advisors and is a start-up coach for MATTER international health tech accelerator.
Dr. Mary G. Greene is the Director of the Office of Burden Reduction & Health Informatics. She is responsible for unifying CMS's efforts to reduce regulatory and administrative burden for beneficiaries and the medical community, enabling the health system to focus on providing higher quality care at lower cost and to foster innovation in health care delivery.
She oversees initiatives to modernize regulations, drive interoperability, and improve the adoption and enforcement of HIPAA Administrative Simplification national standards and operating rules, and engages external stakeholders through listening sessions and onsite observational visits.
Previously, Dr. Greene served as senior advisor to the CMS Office of the Administrator leading and supporting CMS's burden reduction initiatives. Prior to that, Dr. Greene was the Director of the Governance Management Group in the CMS Center for Program Integrity (CPI), where she led CPI's vulnerability management, program risk assessment, regulation development, strategy development, and performance oversight functions.
Before joining CMS, Dr. Greene led strategy and operational support projects to stand up new programs, improve operational efficiencies, build collaborations, and foster professional development. Dr. Greene, a pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, completed her medical education at the Yale School of Medicine, clinical training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Masters in Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health, and Masters in Business Administration at Loyola College in Maryland.
Victoria Tiase is Director of Research Science at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. She is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing a range of clinical information technology projects related to electronic health record adoption and meaningful use, clinical workflows, patient engagement, and care coordination. She also serves on the AMIA Nursing Informatics Working Group Board and recently completed a fellowship in the Alliance for Nursing Informatics Emerging Leaders Program. She received a BS in Nursing from the University of Virginia, MS in Nursing Informatics from Columbia University and PhD in Nursing from the University of Utah with a focus on patient-generated health data.
Wednesday, May 25, 2022 | 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. CDT
Patricia Flatley Brennan, RN, PhD, is the Director of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), one of the 27 Institutes and Centers of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NLM, the center for biomedical and health data science research, is the world’s largest biomedical library and the producer of digital information services used by scientists, health professionals and members of the public worldwide. Since assuming the directorship in August 2016, Dr. Brennan has positioned the Library to be the hub of data science at NIH and a national and international leader in the field. She spearheaded the development of a new strategic plan that envisions NLM as a platform for biomedical discovery and data-powered health. Leveraging NLM’s heavily used data and information resources, intramural research, and extramural research and training programs, Dr. Brennan aims for NLM to accelerate data driven discovery and health, engage with new users in new ways, and develop the workforce for a data-driven future.
Dr. Brennan came to NIH from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she was the Lillian L. Moehlman Bascom Professor at the School of Nursing and College of Engineering. She also led the Living Environments Laboratory at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, which develops new ways for effective visualization of high dimensional data. She received a master of science in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania and a PhD in industrial engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Following seven years of clinical practice in critical care nursing and psychiatric nursing, Dr. Brennan held several academic positions at Marquette University, Milwaukee; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland; and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A past president of the American Medical Informatics Association, Dr. Brennan was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences (now the National Academy of Medicine) in 2001. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, the American College of Medical Informatics, and the New York Academy of Medicine.
Thursday, May 26, 2022 | 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. CDT
Micky Tripathi is the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where he leads the formulation of the federal health IT strategy and coordinates federal health IT policies, standards, programs, and investments. Dr. Tripathi has over 20 years of experience across the health IT landscape. He most recently served as Chief Alliance Officer for Arcadia, a health care data and software company focused on population health management and value-based care, the project manager of the Argonaut Project, an industry collaboration to accelerate the adoption of FHIR, and a board member of HL7, the Sequoia Project, the CommonWell Health Alliance, and the CARIN Alliance.
Dr. Tripathi served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative (MAeHC), a non-profit health IT advisory and clinical data analytics company. He was also the founding President and CEO of the Indiana Health Information Exchange, a statewide HIE partnered with the Regenstrief Institute, an Executive Advisor to investment firm LRVHealth, and a Fellow at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. He holds a PhD in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a Master of Public Policy from Harvard University, and an AB in political science from Vassar College. Prior to receiving his PhD, he was a Presidential Management Fellow and a senior operations research analyst in the Office of the Secretary of Defense in Washington, D.C., for which he received the Secretary of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Medal.