This panel discussion will focus on data's potential capacity to synchronize the government, health care companies, and providers to best suit a patient's needs. We will examine the emerging role of data analytics in personalizing care and explore new technologies aimed at bridging the gap between clinical care and patient outcomes.
Donna R. Cryer, President and CEO, Global Liver Institute
Stephen Smith, Chief Patient Advocate, Medidata Solutions Worldwide
Marci Nielsen, CEO, Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative
Christopher Boone, CEO, Health Data Consortium
Chris Boone is CEO of Health Data Consortium. He is a recognized expert in health systems, health informatics, health IT policy, and the use of electronic clinical data to generate clinical and scientific evidence for public policy, quality improvement, and patient-centered outcomes research efforts.
Ms. Donna Cryer has channeled her personal experience as an IBD and liver transplant patient into a distinguished career in professional advocacy spanning two decades. She was the first patient to lead the American Liver Foundation in its thirty-six year history, serving as Chair of the Board before stepping in as interim CEO.
Dr. Marci Nielsen
Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH, is the Chief Executive Officer of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC). Marci held previous positions as: Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs and Associate Professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine; Executive Director of the Kansas Health Policy Authority (KHPA) -- the single state agency managing Medicaid, the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, the State Employee Health Plan, health information technology and health policy; the health lobbyist and assistant director of legislation for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO); and legislative assistant to US Senator Bob Kerrey (D-Nebraska).
Stephen Smith is Chief Patient Advocate for Medidata Solutions Worldwide.