POP HEALTH FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Boston, MA - April 3 - 4, 2017
David Chou is the vice president, chief Information & digital officer for Children's Mercy Kansas City. Children's Mercy is the only free-standing children's hospital between St. Louis and Denver and provides comprehensive care for patients from birth to 21. The organization is consistently ranked among the leading children's hospitals in the nation and was the first hospital in Missouri or Kansas to earn the prestigious Magnet designation for excellence in patient care from the American Nurses Credentialing Center
Prior to Children's Mercy, David served as CIO at University of Mississippi Medical Center, the state's only academic health science center. David also served as senior director of IT operations at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and CIO at AHMC Healthcare in California. His work has been recognized by several publications, and he has been interviewed by a number of media outlets. David is also one of the most mentioned CIOs on social media, and is an active member of both CHIME and HIMSS.
As the healthcare adopts new business models and responds to new competitive and market forces, technology leaders must adapt by developing a set of powerful new skills, mindsets and work styles that help both themselves and their organizations nurture a more digital sensibility.
In this presentation, David Chou, VP, CIO and chief data officer (CDO) at Children’s Mercy Hospital, one of the leading children's hospitals in the nation, will discuss the technology requirements to support a digital future and fundamental principles required for a consumer driven healthcare.
One of the most valuable ways to learn is through interaction with your peers. Our “Speed Networking” session will provide an opportunity to meet speakers and attendees who have similar pop health challenges and discuss solutions to those potential obstacles. Mingle, share and learn in this unique, rapid fire and interactive environment.
If you missed a speaker during Monday’s concurrent afternoon sessions on data, care coordination, and patient engagement, here’s your chance to talk to that speaker.
Each speaker will be stationed at a table in the ballroom and attendees can circulate and speak one-on-one with individual speakers.
This is a great opportunity to gather information that addresses your organization’s specific pop health challenges.