Past Events

Upcoming Events

May 09

Webinar: Overcoming Barriers: Capturing Clinical Data Using the Cloud

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM


Cloud has been widely adopted across many industries. Gone are the days of fragmented legacy IT systems. Data is now on-demand analytics, and easily accessible and actionable through the cloud.

However, of all the industries, healthcare is lagging due to shaky confidence in cloud data security and a lack of financial incentives in a fee-for-service reimbursement model. With value-based care models becoming increasingly more common and incentivized, requiring providers to build longitudinal views of their patients, challenges have shifted – providers...

Apr 11

Webinar: Avoid Unintended Bias: How to Responsibly Use AI/Machine Learning to Address Health Disparities

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

A Thought Leadership Series with UnitedHealth Group

1.0 CME/NCPD/ACPE-P(T)/APA/ASWB credits will be available following the event.

Activity Description
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are increasingly being used in healthcare settings with applications in decision support, patient care, and disease management. If the underlying data on which AI depends is inherently biased or lacks a diverse representation of populations, the algorithms cannot produce accurate outputs and will further widen the gap of equitable care....

Mar 01

Webinar: Provide High-Quality Cancer Care with Clinical Pathways

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

New treatments for cancer care are emerging every day. Keeping current with all the new research, clinical trials, and drug information is a challenging task. As an oncology leader, you need to support your physicians’ decision making without sacrificing their autonomy.

Integrating evidence-based decision-support tools, like pathways, into the clinical workflow can assist oncology providers in their quest to provide high-quality care that puts the patient first. With the help of clinical pathways, providers and care teams can make consistent, well-...

Feb 28

Webinar: Closing the Gap of Care Inequality for Vulnerable Individuals and Their Communities

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

A Thought Leadership Series with UnitedHealth Group

1.0 CME/NCPD/ACPE-P(T)/APA/ASWB credits will be available following the event.

Activity Description

Achieving health equity, eliminating disparities, and improving health for all is the ideal goal within an organization. Closing the gaps to improve quality of life, health, and overall well-being regardless of one's socioeconomic, cultural, or educational status, or the level of other social determinants of health is essential in establishing a solid program foundation. This activity will...

Nov 17

Policy Briefing: What Do the November 8 Election Results Mean for the Future of Healthcare Policy?

02:00 PM - 02:30 PM

A recent KFF Health poll found that ~50% of voters are more motivated than ever to vote on Nov. 8 — and 55% of those same voters polled said healthcare issues will be top of mind when it comes time to cast their ballots. Major changes have happened across the healthcare industry — and regardless of what side of the aisle you find yourself, we can all agree that the mid-term election results will undoubtedly influence healthcare policy as we know it.

EHI’s Policy Steering Committee members will breakdown the election results, predict what’s on deck for...

Nov 16

Webinar: Overcoming Potential Barriers to RPM Implementation

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM


While remote patient monitoring (RPM) has exploded in recent years, many providers are not equipped to purchase, set up, or manage RPM devices (especially multiple RPM solutions), not to mention the access and reimbursement needed to incentivize wide adoption. Clinicians are already time-constrained and creating additional administrative tasks would sacrifice other important office work or patient care.

How do we overcome this? How can we deliver a...

Oct 26

Webinar: Removing the Barriers to Deliver a Whole Patient Experience

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM


Today, patient engagement and individual care experience are top of mind amongst players in the healthcare industry, especially providers. To remain competitive, providers are considering patients more as customers and, as a result, are working to improve the overall healthcare experience and keep patients within their networks. This has placed priority on the whole patient journey, from clinical and administrative, to financial, and everything in between.

While great in theory, providers are facing challenges while attempting to ensure a positive...

Sep 29

Webinar: Defining Your Organization’s Path in Analytics: Creating an Analytics Center of Excellence

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

What is an Analytics Center of Excellence? It is a framework for thinking about data and creating a culture built around defined goals and agreed-upon outcomes. Healthcare organizations are in need of timely insights, effective storytelling, data literacy training, trust, disciplined data infrastructure, scalable data modeling, and simple tools.

MedInsight’s Will Fox and Melody Craff offer ideas on building this business capability and strengthening the use of analytics in your organization to gain a competitive edge.

During this webinar, you...

Sep 28

Policy Briefing: The Government’s Role in the Future of Ethical Digital Health Innovation

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Dr. John Halamka, President of Mayo Clinic Platform, will discuss the importance of public/private partnerships inside the healthcare technology ecosystem. He’ll explain how the government can foster, and not stifle, the innovative tools being created to enhance patient care and ensure positive health outcomes through necessary guidelines, guardrails, and the push for transparency of data collection, protection, and clean data-set composition.

Dr. Halamka will explain why there is a need to set standard metrics which researchers can use to measure the...

Sep 27

Webinar: How Healthcare Leaders Incorporate Environmental, Social, and Governance Priorities into Practice

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

During this online event, executive leaders from respected healthcare corporations will share their perspectives and experiences with implementing their own sustainable environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies, and the outcomes of these efforts. Tune in for this important conversation and put your company on the path toward building a healthier population and planet.

A company’s efforts to support their customers, build healthier communities, and achieve health equity starts with action from top executive...

Aug 30

Policy Briefing: The Future of Interoperability Measurement

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

The ability to properly exchange and use health information is essential to patient care. It drives improved health outcomes at both the personal and population level.

This isn’t news to the healthcare industry. However, currently, there is no nation-wide standard measurement for interoperability. How can healthcare stakeholders measure their programs and continue to produce positive health outcomes if they can’t quantify this work?

In 2020, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) created a series of...

Jul 28

Policy Briefing: July 2022

01:00 PM - 01:45 PM

Conflicting Rules of CMS’s Interoperability Rules and the No Surprises Act


  • Kevin Larsen, MD, Senior VP of Clinical Innovation and Translation, Optum

About the Member Policy Briefing
Federal legislators and regulators are working hard to ensure that all patients have quality healthcare. Often, important decisions about healthcare come down to trust and access to data. It’s no easy task to find a single solution to the myriad of hurdles that payers, providers, and vendors are...

Jul 27

Webinar: Ensure Your SDOH Efforts Lead to Real Results

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

What: During this event, experts from health systems, payers and community organizations will provide insights into their experiences implementing Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Organizational Maturity Models, and how they applied these models to ensure their SDOH programs led to better health outcomes.

Background: The importance of SDOH data isn’t a mystery. Recent studies have found that only 20% of population health outcomes are determined by medical care — and the remaining 80% can be traced back to SDOH. Much of the healthcare industry...

Jun 02

Webinar: Using AI/Machine Learning for Patient Matching to Support Patient Safety and Improve Care

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Access to accurate, complete, and timely data is one of the most valuable assets in any healthcare organization. Quality data improves care coordination, clinical outcomes, and saves lives but can only be achieved with accurate patient identification or matching across multiple sources. Interoperable electronic health records (EHRs) allow the electronic sharing of patient information between these difference sources, but sharing the data successfully requires the capacity to connect each patient with the correct record. Despite best practices in patient...

May 19

Webinar: Ensuring Provider Data Isn’t the Source of Surprises

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

The No Surprises Act (NSA) which went into effect on January 1, 2022, provides consumers federal protections from unexpected medical bills. One of the provisions of the No Surprises Act requires health plans to update their provider directories more frequently. This gets to the root cause of surprise billing, which is patients’ ability to easily identify which providers are in-network. If payers can update their directory in just 48 hours, as the law mandates, patients will have a much better chance of finding care that’s actually covered by their plans....

May 17

Webinar: Addressing Workforce Challenges in a Post-COVID World

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

The Covid-19 pandemic forever changed many aspects of daily life, including the way we work. Healthcare has arguably been the most disrupted industry during this time. Driven largely by increased consumer demand, workforce burnout, and staff shortages, hospitals and health systems are now facing a challenging task of rebuilding a new workforce. This unprecedented effort requires a reimagining of the way we hire, train, and retain workers.

During this timely and important event, you’ll hear from a group of diverse leaders who can speak from firsthand...

Apr 21

Webinar: Public Health Modernization Series: Health Equity & Public Health

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

A key goal of a modern public health system should be to advance health equity. In the fourth webinar in EHI’s Public Health Modernization Series, experts discussed how public health efforts should align to promote health equity, the importance of ensuring public health data is reflective of populations served, and how social determinants of health (SDOH) data impact public health.


  • Elizabeth Cope, PhD, MPH, Senior Director, Health Systems Improvement and Public and Population Health, AcademyHealth
  • Tannaz...

Apr 20

Webinar: Future of Oncology Care: Delivering on Value-Based, Patient-Centered Care

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

We are amid a significant transformation in healthcare. The journey for patients, too often siloed and isolated, has moved from “traditional” to “smart,” creating a patient-centered and engaging approach to care. By leveraging virtual care platforms, interoperable data, remote care and monitoring, and predictive analytics and artificial intelligence, we are realizing the promise of a real, value-based, hybrid care model.  

What You’ll Hear
True care coordination requires actual engagement, and meaningful, empathetic interactions...

Apr 05

Webinar: Use of Innovative Technologies in Public Health

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

The third webinar in EHI’s Public Health Modernization Series, experts discussed how innovative technologies like blockchain, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing are currently being used in public health, the potential for future uses, and steps stakeholders can take to advance innovation in public health.

Featured Speakers:

  • Betsy Baker, MPH, PMP, Business Development Manager, Amazon Web Services, State and Local Government
  • John Frownfelter, MD, FACP, Chief Medical Officer, Jvion


Mar 29

Policy Briefing: March 2022

03:00 PM - 03:30 PM

There has been a lot going here at EHI on health data privacy that you may be wondering – what are the key takeaways? This interactive discussion focused on all things privacy policy, including EHI & CDT’s two new consumer health data privacy reports, the status of EHI’s work to facilitate a self-regulatory data privacy system, and new, bipartisan legislation to update HIPAA.


  • Alice Leiter, Vice President and Senior Counsel, EHI
  • Brett Meeks, Vice President, Health Innovation Alliance
  • Catherine...