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2021 Agenda


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Parks Associates will continue to review speaker submissions throughout the year. Submit to speak for an upcoming Connected Health Summit session.

Next Session:

Aug 31  Virtual Health and Remote Monitoring


Jan 27  New Connected Health Use Cases: Impact of COVID-19

Apr 14  Leveraging the Smart Home for a Healthy Home

Apr 14  Seniors and Caretakers: Serving A Massive Population at Home

June 30  Personalization in Connected Health: Impact of AI

Aug 31  Virtual Health and Remote Monitoring

Aug 31  Connected Health Business Models

Sep 1  Independent Living: Opportunity for Smart Home Platforms

Sep 1  Driving Innovation: New Investments and the Future of Healthcare

Dec 1  Connecting the Dots: Interoperability and Health Data

Tuesday, Aug. 31

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Virtual Health and Remote Monitoring

Beginning in 2020, telehealth solutions have been thrust to the forefront of health care as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The need to avoid exposure to the virus has reversed well-established consumer preferences for in-person visits over remote care. Radical shifts in the regulatory and reimbursement landscape have paved the way for rapid telehealth deployments, including of devices. This session examines trending data on consumer familiarity, use, and demand for telehealth services and connected health devices. Speakers evaluate user experience with telehealth services and investigates consumer appetite for virtual care as a standard offering, outside of crisis conditions. 

11:00 AM CT

Welcome from Parks Associates

Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

11:15 AM CT

Visionary Insight

Scripps Health - Connected Health Summit keynote

Susan Taylor

Director External Affairs

Scripps Health

Scripps - Connected Health Summit visionary

11:45 AM CT

Executive Q&A

UnitedHealthcare - Connected Health Summit keynote

Dr. David Cook

Senior Vice President, Optum Labs

UnitedHealth Group

 

Moderator: Mark Vena, Senior Director, Smart Home and Strategy, Parks Associates

12:15 PM CT

Interactive Panel

Iris Berman, VP of Telehealth Services, Northwell Health

Brian Carter, Chief Product Officer, Validic

Rob Deal, Vice President of Sales, Everise

Mia Finkelston, Medical Director, Amwell

Dr. Prentiss Taylor, VP of Medical Affairs, Doctor on Demand

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

1:00 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

1:15 PM CT

Networking Discussions


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Connected Health Business Models

In 2020, business models across the connected health space radically changed. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid led the way in expanding reimbursement for telehealth visits and remote patient monitoring services. Greater acceptance of connected health by regulators, payers, providers, and patients has drastically widened the connected health market, and adoption of connected health has boomed. This session addresses the shifts in healthcare as the market moves towards a value-based care system and as technology allows for new applications, services, and appeal of healthcare services in the home.

2:00 PM CT

Welcome from Parks Associates

Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

2:15 PM CT

Visionary Insight

Trapollo visionary keynote speaker - connected health summit

Michael Braham

CEO

Trapollo, A Cox Business Company

 

2:45 PM CT

Executive Q&A

Heal visionary keynote speaker - connected health summit

Renee Dua

Former Chief Medical Officer

Heal

 

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

3:15 PM CT

Interactive Panel

Tori Ames, Manager, CincyKids Health Connect, Center for Telehealth, Cincinnati's Children's Hospital Medical Center

Ryan McQuaid, CEO, PlushCare

Sean Mehra, Founder & CEO, HealthTap

Robert Schneider, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, Omron

Pete Stevenson, President & COO, eCare21, Inc.

Moderator: Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

4:15 PM CT

Networking Discussions


 

Wednesday, Sep. 1

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Independent Living: Opportunity for Smart Home Platforms

Extending a smart home platform to support connected health and wellness applications and services is a natural pathway forward for many smart home platform providers. The connected health market represents several interesting use cases that converge with the smart home industry, including assisting seniors as they seek to age safely and comfortably at home. Consumers spend less than 1% of their time interacting with the traditional healthcare system (i.e., hospitals, clinics, doctors, and health coaches). Home, on the other hand, is where consumers spend most time of their time, with their family, caring for themselves and others, and enjoying life—food, drink, exercise, sleep—all experiences that impact their health and wellbeing. As such, the many sensors and connected devices in the home are a wealth of information on individual and household activities of daily living and health status.

This session addresses the latest innovations, challenges and opportunities with the integration of connected health products in the home and the opportunity for smart home platforms to leverage the expanding ecosystem of connected devise in the home to serve residents’ health and safety needs.

11:00 AM CT

Welcome from Parks Associates

Mark Vena, Senior Director, Smart Home and Strategy, Parks Associates

11:15 AM CT

Visionary Insight

11:45 AM CT

Executive Q&A

  Adam Sobol - Careband - connected health summit

Adam Sobol

CEO

Careband

 

Moderator: Elizabeth Parks, President, Parks Associates

12:15 PM CT

Interactive Panel

Paul Berney, Chief Marketing Officer, Anthropos Digital Care

Andy Droney, Senior Director, Health & Innovation Programs, ADT

Maneesh Goyal, Chief Operating Officer, Mayo Clinic Platform, Mayo Clinic

Dan Messina, President and Co-founder, HandsFree Health

Lainie Muller, Director, Health & Wellness, Strategic Sales, Alarm.com

Moderator: Mark Vena, Senior Director, Smart Home and Strategy, Parks Associates

1:00 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

1:15 PM CT

Networking Discussions


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Driving Innovation: New Investments and the Future of Healthcare

Investments have flowed into the digital health sector in the past 18 months as companies have rolled out new telehealth solutions and developed new products and services for a healthcare market grappling with restrictions related to COVID-19. This session invites healthcare innovators and investors to share their vision and business strategies for new innovations, measure the impact of new funding into the healthcare market, and discuss implications for the near- and long-term future.

2:00 PM CT

Welcome from Parks Associates

Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

2:15 PM CT

Visionary Insight

2:45 PM CT

Executive Q&A

Samsung - Connected Health Summit visionary speaker

Amol Pangarkar

Director, Product Management

Samsung Electronics

 

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

3:15 PM CT

Interactive Panel

Ijaz Arif, CEO and Co-founder, VeeMed

Greg Baker, Managing Partner, Bascom Ventures

Scott McMillan, CEO, XCO

Moderator: Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

4:00 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

4:15 PM CT

Networking Discussions


 

Wednesday, Dec. 1

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Connecting the Dots: Interoperability and Health Data

With the redefined digitization of the healthcare industry in 2020, medicine has never before been so reliant on the efficient transmission of accurate data to provide appropriate care and control costs. The value of patient-generated health data from connected health devices in particular, which are increasing in adoption year-over-year, can be enhanced with greater interoperability between ecosystems of devices. Consumers can have all their health data, from medicines taken, dates of doctor’s visits, irregularities in vital signs, and other information all recorded efficiently and accurately. The billing process can be automated and painless.

This session addresses the billing process and consumer experience, the array of regulations and compliance issues, the challenge of integration between various devices and services, and new emerging technologies. Speakers address the role of standards and interoperability for health data and device integration and how artificial intelligence and automation can enable new use cases and solve pain points.

12:30 PM CT

Welcome from Parks Associates

Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

12:45 PM CT

Visionary Insight

1:15 PM CT

Executive Q&A

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

1:45 PM CT

Interactive Panel

Nick Knowlton, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, ResMed

Moderator: Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

2:30 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

2:45 PM CT

Networking Discussions


 

Previous Sessions

 

Wednesday, Jan. 27

New Connected Health Use Cases: Impact of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the healthcare ecosystem on its head. The focal point of care moved away from the care facility and into the home, where patients are encouraged to screen themselves for illness, seek consultative care remotely, and recover from illness at home where possible. Care providers and health systems have leaned on telehealth consultations to make this shift possible. Parks Associates data reveals that 41% of US broadband households used a telehealth service in the 12 months prior to May 2020, up from just 15% reporting such usage in May 2019.

However, while the telehealth networks and services were largely built, robust, and ready to be massively scaled to respond to the pandemic, connected health device adoption and use is severely lagging. Telephone and video conversations only go so far to detecting, diagnosing, monitoring, and treating patients remotely. Connected health devices provide the vital sign data so critical to expanding the potential of remote care.

This session addresses the role of connected health devices in advancing expanding the future of healthcare including:

  • Proactive wellness monitoring for the kids, the family, the elderly
  • Illness monitoring for travel, employment, schooling
  • Ongoing chronic care management
  • Post-discharge monitoring
  • Urgent care/acute telehealth diagnostic support
  • Disease tracking/contact tracing 

12:30 PM CT

Welcome & Analyst Insight

Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

12:45 PM CT

Visionary Insight

Tyto Care - Connected Health Summit keynote

David Bardan

Vice President, Enterprise Solutions

Tyto Care

Tyto Care - Connected Health Summit
University of Miami Health System - Connected Health Summit keynote

Dr. Sabrina Taldone

Medical Director of the Televigilance Program

University of Miami Health System

University of Miami Health System - Connected Health Summit

1:15 PM CT

Executive Q&A

Mark Francis, Chief Digital Health Integration Officer, Electronic Caregiver

Elizabeth Parks, President, Parks Associates

1:30 PM CT

Interactive Panel - Connected Health Devices: Telehealth’s Missing Piece

Andy Atwell, Exec. Director New Business Development, Global Innovation Incubation Team, Omron Healthcare, Inc.

Becky Fox, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Atrium Health; Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Vital Circle

Anthony Kaul, Co-founder and COO, Cloud DX

Dr. Raj Padwal, CEO, mmHg

Emmanuel Sambuis, Senior Director Consumer and Healthcare, Silicon Labs

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

2:15 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

2:30 PM CT

Networking Discussions


 

Wednesday, Apr. 14

Leveraging the Smart Home for a Healthy Home

With more time spent at home than ever, under pandemic circumstances, consumers have new concerns about the health and safety of their home environments. Consumers are thinking more about indoor air quality (IAQ), water quality, and how to create and maintain a healthy environment for their loved ones. At the same time, there is an ever-expanding ecosystem of smart products that can enable a variety of health and wellness use cases at home. Connected weight scales and blood pressure cuffs help consumers proactively monitor their health, smart mattresses and sleep monitors improve consumers’ sleep, and smart products like cameras and voice assistants increasingly include sensors and algorithms that can give residents new insight into the health of their environment.

This session addresses how new consumer preferences will increase the value proposition of smart home and wellness tech among consumers, and the implications for product manufacturers, service providers, home builders, and MDU property managers.

10:00 AM CT

Welcome & Analyst Insight - Consumer Trends: Intersection of Health and Home

Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

Keshav Jaiswal, Consumer Insights Analyst II, Parks Associates

10:15 AM CT

Visionary Insight

Paul Scialla - Connected Health Summit Speaker: DELOS - Visionary Speaker

Paul Scialla
CEO
Delos

Delos - Connected Health Summit visionary CEO

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

10:45 AM CT

Executive Q&A

Philips - Connected Health Summit visionary speaker

Karsten Russell-Wood

Executive Director Portfolio Management

Philips

Philips - Connected Health Summit visionary speaker

Moderator: Elizabeth Parks, President, Parks Associates

11:00 AM CT

Interactive Panel - Smart Home and Consumer Health: Creating New Value

Greg Lillegard, Chief Operating Officer, A&D Medical

Cassie Morris, Sr. Director of Innovation and Strategy, Sleep Number Corporation

Lisa Reihl, Director, Marketing Strategy, Aprilaire

Rob Schneider, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, Omron Healthcare

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

11:45 AM CT

Q&A with Speakers

12:00 PM CT

Everise - Connected Health Summit sponsorNetworking Discussions (registration required)
Extending Healthcare to the Home
Sponsored by Everise


Seniors and Caretakers: Serving A Massive Population at Home

As a result of COVID-19 and its associated pressures, seniors and their loved ones have increasingly turned to technology to stay connected, stay entertained, shop for goods, and stay healthy. Increased use of technology by seniors and their families has led to new opportunities in the independent living market, as has the expansion of Medicare and Medicare Advantage to telehealth and the use of digital health technologies.

This session addresses the needs of seniors today and how senior care services have evolved over the past year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

12:30 PM CT

Welcome & Analyst Insight - Seniors, Caretakers, and Technology: Key Trends

Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

12:45 PM CT

Visionary Insight

Gene Wang - People Power - Connected Health Summit visionary speaker

Gene Wang

CEO

People Power

People Power - Connected Health Summit keynote

Moderator: Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

1:15 PM CT

Executive Q&A

Thomas Kamber - Connected Health Summit Speaker: OATS - Older Adults Technology Services - Visionary Speaker

Thomas Kamber, PhD
Founder and Executive Director
OATS - Older Adults Technology Services

OATS - AARP - Connected Health Summit visionary speaker

Moderator: Elizabeth Parks, President, Parks Associates

1:30 PM CT

Interactive Panel - Technology’s Role: Serving Seniors at Home

Andy Droney, Sr. Director ADT Health & Innovation Programs, ADT

Mark Francis, Chief Digital Health Integration Officer, Electronic Caregiver (ECG)

Josh Locke, VP of Sales, Essence USA

Chris Otto, Senior Vice President, Clear Arch Health

Moderator: Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

2:15 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

2:30 PM CT

Networking Discussions - Effective Strategies for Reaching Seniors at Home


 

Wednesday, Jun. 30

Personalization in Connected Health: Impact of AI

AI applied to healthcare includes a collection of technologies that enable machines to sense, interpret, act, and learn. With the evolution of data analytics—whether applied to big data, population health, practice-specific data, or patient-specific data—healthcare services will exponentially expand their ability to leverage artificial intelligence. This session addresses how IoT sensor data and connected health and related devices add a new layer of critical, real-time data that can transform healthcare functions into data-driven services to improve health outcomes, enable remote diagnostics, and deliver healthcare more efficiently.

12:30 PM CT

Welcome and Analyst Insights - Consumer Trends in Telecare and Connected Health

Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

12:45 PM CT

Visionary Insight

Andy Tubman - Musical Health Technologies - Connected Health Summit speaker

Andy Tubman

Chief Clinical Officer

Musical Health Technologies

Musical Health Technologies - Connected Health Summit visionary

 

1:15 PM CT

Executive Q&A - Empowering Consumers with Personalized Health Insights

b.well speaker - Connected Health Summit speaker executive

Kristen Valdes

CEO and Founder

b.well Connected Health

b.well - Connected Health Summit visionary speaker

Moderator: Jennifer Kent, Vice President, Research, Parks Associates

1:45 PM CT

Interactive Panel - AI and Personalization in Medicine

Jeff Cutler, Chief Commercial Officer, US, Ada Health

Kerrie Holley, Senior Vice President and Technology Fellow, Optum

Karen Holzberger, SVP & GM, Healthcare Diagnostics, Nuance Communications

Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, President & Co-founder, Valencell

John Showalter, Chief Product Officer, JVION

Jaydev Thakkar, COO, Biofourmis

Moderator: Kristen Hanich, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

2:30 PM CT

Q&A with Speakers

2:45 PM CT

Networking Discussions


 

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