Meeting Agenda

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Wednesday, November 28th will feature three working tracks, providing a basis for ongoing collaboration on standards for patient-controlled interoperable electronic health records. Plenary sessions will allow sharing of insight and conclusions across all three tracks.

Business Models for Personally Controlled Records

will explore business models and best practices, focusing on providers, payors, Health IT vendors and patients. Speakers and participants will explore new applications that can be built on top of a shared, public infrastructure, as well as public and private partnerships to create that infrastructure.

Safe and Healthy Populations

will focus on the applications, barriers and enablers for use of patient controlled health data in population health and clinical research applications.

Technical Standards and Challenges

will address the exchange of patient records between systems while maintaining security and honoring patients' security requirements.

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

  • 11:30 am Registration begins
  • Noon Lunch
  • 12:45 pm Welcome
  • 1:00 pm Keynote by Doug Solomon (Bio)
  • 2:00 pm Panel: The Personally Controlled Health Record Platform
  • 3:15 pm Break
  • 3:45 pm Panel: PCHRs Applications
  • 5:00 pm Moderated Discussion: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues
  • 6:30 pm Reception at the Countway Library
  • 9:15 pm Shuttle to Hotel

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

  • 7:30 am Continental Breakfast
  • 8:15 am Plenary Panel: Transforming Medicine
  • 9:45 am Break
  • 10:15 am Track Breakouts (Panels and Breakout Discussions)
  • 12:00 pm Break and Lunch Pickup
  • 12:30 pm Working Lunch in Breakout Tracks
  • 2:00 pm Break
  • 2:30 pm Final Plenary Session and Track Reports
  • 3:30 pm Meeting Adjournment


The Personally Controlled Health Record Platform

Tuesday, November 27th at 2:00 pm
Moderator: William Crawford, HMS Center for Biomedical Informatics

  • Aurelia Boyer, MS, MBA, CIO, New York Presbyterian Hospital
  • David Lansky, PhD, The Markle Foundation
  • Colin Evans, CEO, Dossia

Applications on the PCHR Platform

Tuesday, November 27th at 3:45 pm
Moderator: Dr. Kenneth D. Mandl, Children's Hospital Informatics Program, HMS Center for Biomedical Informatics

  • Phil Marshall, MD, Vice President, Product Strategy, WebMD
  • Bruce Taffel, MD Chief Medical Officer, SharedHealth
  • Wendy Angst, CEO, CapMed

Moderated Discussion: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues of PCHRs

Tuesday, November 27th at 5:00 pm
Moderator: Patrick Taylor, JD, Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School

  • Deborah Peel, MD, President, Patient Privacy Rights Foundation
  • Dave Nassef, Vice President, Pitney Bowes
  • Elissa Weitzman, ScD, Children's Hospital Boston

Transforming Medicine (Plenary)

Wednesday, November 28th at 8:15am Moderator: Dr. Isaac Kohane, Harvard Medical School Center for Biomedical Informatics

  • Dr. George Church
  • James Heywood, Director, ALS Therapy Development Foundation, PatientsLikeMe
  • Dr. Robert Nordyke, Director, Global Health Economics, Amgen

Working Track Panels

Business Models for PCHRs

Wednesday, November 28th at 10:15am
Moderator: Keith Strier, JD, Principal, Deloitte Consulting

  • Meg McCabe, Head of EHealth and Medical Products, Aetna
  • Omid Moghadam, Director, Personal Health Programs, Intel
  • Richard Dale, Principal, Sigma Partners

Safe and Healthy Populations

Wednesday, November 28th at 10:15am
Moderator: Mark Boguski, MD

  • Les Lenert, MD, Director, CDC NCHPI
  • Lisa Rovin, Senior Advisor, US Food and Drug Administration
  • Jeff Jacques, MD, Sr. Vice President, ActiveHealth Management
  • Paul Bleicher, MD, Founder and Chairman, PhaseForward

The Standards Basis for Personally Controlled Health Records

Wednesday, November 28th at 10:15 am
Moderator: Alexa McCray, PhD, HMS Center for Biomedical Informatics

  • John Halamka, MD, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, etc.
  • David Kibbe, MD, MBA, Senior Advisor, American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Clement McDonald, MD, Director, Lister Hill Center, National Library of Medicine