Few industries have undergone as much rapid change as health IT. Now, there are many successes, as well as challenges, in transformation. For healthcare CXOs, the progress is a balancing act of supporting existing programs and prioritizing future ones, while maintaining a vision for the health IT of the future – and always assessing the path to get there. This panel will give insight into the reflections and priorities of senior government IT leaders.
Potential topics include:
- How policies, workforces and technology are guiding and adapting to transformative change and the critical programs that are driving transformation
- Transformation successes to date, and the secrets to their success
- Next-step issues to ensure future success
- Where will transformation in health IT take us in 5 or 10 years?
Thomas Patrick Flanders, MHS Chief Information Officer and DAD IO/J-6, DHA
Dominic Cussatt, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology and Deputy Chief Information Officer, VA
Rajiv Uppal, Director of the Office of Information Technology and the Chief Information Officer, CMS
Jose Arrieta, Chief Information Officer, HHS
Moderator: Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Network
Dominic Cussatt, Department of Veterans Affairs, Principal Deputy CIO
Rajiv Uppal, Director of the Office of Information Technology and the Chief Information Officer, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Jose Arrieta, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Acquisition, Department of Health and Human Services
Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Network