A Conference to Help you Succeed in Business, Improve Outcomes and Lead Better in Healthcare.
September 18th, 2018 | Indianapolis, IN
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Surround yourself with like-minded leaders
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Network, connect the silos, gut check your ideas
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Ensure Results
Do You Struggle With Healthcare's Complexity?
  • Are you struggling to find the right partnerships?
  • Did your last clinical or leadership initiative flop?
  • Is it time to revamp your service line or product marketing?
  •  Are you feeling uncertain about your growth strategy?
  • Is it time to discover your true competitive advantage? 
  • Do you need to get in front of the right decision makers?
Do you have a team of 5 or more that would like to attend?  Talk to us about group pricing
The Healthcare Thinkathon Conference is a Great Fit For
  •  Healthcare Provider Executives 
  •  Innovation Officers
  •  Medical Directors
  •  Physicians & Clinical Leaders
  •  Nursing Leaders
  •  Payor / Insurance Executives
  •  Medical Industry Executives
  •  Healthcare Entrepreneurs
  •  Community Leaders
If you deal with healthcare complexity, you need Healthcare Thinkathon.
Have questions?  Talk to us
What Makes Healthcare Thinkathon so Different?
The Healthcare Thinkathon Conference is valuable because of the revolutionary framework applied.  We take the most up to date insights, tools and processes that have worked for other leaders in the field, clinic and business to format the meeting.  You will return to work from the meeting with actionable steps, new relationships and inspiration to grow your business and improve outcomes after just one day.  How do you know you're on the right track?  The answer is to attend the conference and find out.
Key Note Speakers
SANJAY JOSHI - Chief of Technology, Healthcare and Life Sciences at H2O.ai, the leading artificial intelligence open source platform

Sanjay has more than 25 years of practical experience in healthcare and life sciences, and is currently focused on human-centric approaches for data, domains, and decisions using intelligent digital systems and infrastructures. Prior to H20.ai, Sanjay served as Chief Technology Officer of Life Sciences and Healthcare at Dell EMC. He began his career developing and building X-Ray machines. Sanjay was the recipient of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant and consultant or co-Principal-Investigator on several NIH grants. He is actively involved in non-profit networking and educational organizations worldwide.
DANA LEWIS - Founder of #OpenAPS, an open source effort to make basic Artificial Pancreas System technology widely available

After building her own DIY “artificial pancreas”, Dana founded the open source artificial pancreas movement known as OpenAPS, leading the making of safe and effective artificial pancreas technology available for people with diabetes around the world. She is part of the #WeAreNotWaiting movement & engages with patient communities globally to solve healthcare problems in new and innovative ways. Dana was recently named Principal Investigator for “Opening pathways for discovery, research, and innovation in health and healthcare”, a project supported by funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
MICHAEL JACKSON - Digital Transformation, Healthcare Leader at Amazon

Michael heads the Public Health and Elections Business at Amazon Web Services. There, he defines and delivers Public Health and Elections strategies for AWS and ecosystem stakeholders; By removing constraints and paving the way for mission-critical innovations that securely connect the world and improve the health of its populations, he is adding huge value to healthcare stakeholders.

He leads an agile cross-functional team that executes collaboratively across Amazon businesses to commercialize industry-specific cloud offerings that drive social impact in highly regulated environments, resulting in seamless enterprise adoption, effective digital transformations, and unparalleled customer experiences.
ARIF NAZIR, MD - President at SHC Medical Partners and Chief Medical Officer of Signature Health, one of the nation's largest nursing home networks

As president, Dr. Nazir leads a team of executives and more than 30 practitioners in implementing innovative clinical care models for healthcare systems for evidence-based care coordination and incorporating evidence-based care education into the fabric of company services. As Chief Medical Officer for Signature Healthcare, Dr. Nazir leads the implementation of innovative delivery care models across more than 130 skilled facilities and to promote collaboration with organizations that share his vision of revolutionizing post-acute and long-term care in the country. Among many other previous roles, Dr. Nazir provided leadership as the medical director of a unique CMS Innovations project, OPTIMISTIC, that significantly reduced the avoidable hospitalizations of long-stay nursing home patients in 19 Indiana facilities.
DEBORAH GORDON - Harvard Healthcare Consumerism Scholar and Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at the Harvard Kennedy School

Deborah currently advises entrepreneurial ventures and other companies on consumer strategies, engagement, and marketing in health care. Deb was formerly CEO of Voxent, a national technology firm supporting reproductive health providers with custom electronic health record and analytics tools and a national data warehouse. Deb had previously held health insurance leadership roles, notably as Chief Marketing and External Affairs Officer at Network Health, a Massachusetts health plan now part of Tufts Health Plan and ranked NCQA’s #1 Medicaid plan nationally. Under Deb’s leadership, Network Health received hundreds of awards, including Health Leaders Magazine’s Top Leadership Team award. She helped the plan double its membership under Massachusetts health reform, expand product assortment, and transition to the ACA. Deb was recognized as a 2011 Boston Business Journal “40 Under 40” honoree, an award highlighting Boston’s most influential business and civic leaders.
OLGA ELIZAROVA Behavior Change and Technology Expert at Mad*Pow
 
A former dentist, Olga joined Mad*Pow after obtaining a master of public health from Brown University, where is is now working in the digital health space as a Senior Behavior Change Analyst. In her work, she applies the fusion of her clinical expertise, public health knowledge and insights from analyzing data. In her free time, she designs volunteer projects with friends and colleagues. Together they are working towards creating a community of young people who want to volunteer their skills and expertise to help organizations and communities reduce their inequalities, and grow the sense of hope and creativity.
Conference Co-Hosts
NADIA ADAMS - Chief Operating Officer at the Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Sciences, Indiana University School of Medicine
 
Nadia uses the tools of implementation science to bridge the gap between research and care delivery. Her work consists of taking evidence-based models of care that have yielded better care, better health, and lower costs for targeted patient populations, and disseminating these models of care across multiple healthcare systems and care venues. To accomplish this, Nadia is partnering innovative researchers with healthcare systems and matchmaking evidence-based knowledge with healthcare delivery needs.

In 2017, Nadia was selected by the Indianapolis Business Journal as a Forty Under 40 honoree.
SAUL MARQUEZ - Founder and Host of the Outcomes Rocket Podcast, Sr. Regional Business Manager at Medtronic
 
Saul is a husband, father, friend, health leader and entrepreneur. With
over a decade of experience within the medical device and healthcare sector working with
companies like Stryker and Medtronic, his focus is working with provider systems
and clinicians to improve outcomes, business success and lead better.

As the host and founder of Outcomes Rocket, Saul speaks to hundreds of healthcare leaders every year on what it takes to succeed in healthcare.  Those interviews are shared on his weekly podcast for all to have access to best practices in healthcare.
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How much is doing nothing costing you?  How many competitors are thinking ahead and leaving you behind?  How many of your employees and patients are checking out other options?  Can you clearly articulate a vision and call on a network to help you deliver on your patient or customer challenges?  The silos in healthcare may already be costing you a great deal.
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