- May 4, 2017
- 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
- McNichols Civic Center
The day long event—produced in partnership with the Governor’s Office of eHealth Innovation—will feature a Collaboration Super Panel moderated by resident rockstar and Catalyst HTI founder Mike Biselli and featuring leaders from key organizations working to support health innovation in Colorado:
Ben Bynum, Director, Private Sector Engagement, Colorado Health Foundation
April Giles, CEO, Colorado Bioscience Association
Andrea Young, CEO of CTA
Mike Freeman, CEO, Innosphere
Morgan Honea, CEO, Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (CORHIO)
Unity Stokes, President & Co-Founder, StartUp Health
We’re proud to announce that Lt. Governor Donna Lynne will provide the event’s closing comments. Lynne, with her deep healthcare expertise as a former executive with Kaiser Permanente and heavy focus on supporting innovation, will add the State of Colorado’s perspective on the future of health innovation in the state.
Prime Health is teaming up with the Governor's Office of eHealth Innovation to make an impact and improve healthcare in Colorado.
Come join Colorado’s health innovation ecosystem—policy makers, healthcare delivery systems, payers, providers, entrepreneurs and investors—as we develop a Statewide Strategic Action Plan to support health innovation in Colorado.
We’re asking for your help to align key innovations and initiatives with the State’s overall strategy and plans, identify unique entrepreneurial opportunities, help curate and advance digital health innovations across the state, and leverage the digital health innovation community in meeting statewide goals and objectives.
The Summit event will consist of facilitated breakout discussions resulting in an assessment of the state’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats in the following critical areas:
Behavioral Health & Substance Use Disorder and Integration
Chronic Disease Management
Social Determinants of Health
Transition from Fee-For-Service to Value-Based Care
Information and Sharing - Breaking Down Silos
Join us for this critical opportunity to shape Colorado’s future.
General Admission: $59 (plus fees)
McNichols Building - Civic Center Park
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Reception to Follow 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
About the eHealth Commission:
The eHealth Commission is a 15-member stakeholder collaboration, representing nearly all domains of Colorado's healthcare industry, both rural and urban, providers, payers, consumers, state agencies and non-profits
The Commission is currently serving as the Steering Committee for the development of Colorado's Health IT Roadmap, which will chart the course for our statewide efforts for the next 3 to 5 years
About the Office of eHealth Innovation:
The Office of eHealth Innovation, consisting of a Director (Mary Anne Leach), and the State Health IT Coordinator (Carrie Paykoc), supports the work of the eHealth Commission, and the Commission's recently chartered working groups: the HIT Planning Workgroup, and the Innovation Workgroup
The Office supports the HIT efforts within SIM - the State Innovation Model - focused on aligning primary care and behavioral health
A Special Thank to our Sponsors: