Monday June 27th
09:00 – 10:00 : keynote speaker
Vice president of National Patient Care Services and Innovation at Kaiser Permanente
«Re-Imagining Care Delivery: The Power of Nursing Informatics
Dr. Marilyn Chow RN, Ph.D, FAAN is the vice president of National Patient Care Services and Innovation at Kaiser Permanente, where she works to enable the delivery of the highest-quality and most safe patient-centered care. She has made significant contributions to nursing through her scholarship, leadership, and civic involvement. She is recognized for her expertise in innovation, regulation of nursing practice, and workforce policy. Dr. Chow is committed to incorporating innovation and technology to reduce waste and improve workflows within the health care industry. She was the driving force in conceptualizing and creating the Sidney R Garfield Health Care Innovation Center, Kaiser Permanente’s living laboratory, where ideas are tested and solutions are developed in a hands-on, simulated clinical environment.
She was the inaugural Program Director for the RWJ Executive Nurse Fellows Program and chaired the Institute of Medicine’s Standing Committee on Credentialing Research in Nursing.
Past board member of The Joint Commission, Joint Commission Resources, American Academy of Nursing, Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association (founding board member), Asian Health Care Leaders Association (founding board member), and ThunderRoad (adolescent treatment center), she is a current board member of HealthImpact, the Innovation Learning Network, and the Kaiser Permanente Sidney R. Garfield Health Care Innovation Center.
Recipient of numerous awards, including the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award; the 2013 HIT Men and Women Award, presented by Healthcare IT News; and the national Nurse.com 2011 Nursing Excellence, National Nurse of the Year, she also was selected one of the distinguished 100 graduates and faculty of the UCSF School of Nursing for the Centennial Wall of Fame and in 2015 was inducted in the Nurse Leader Hall of Fame for the Alpha Eta Chapter at UCSF School of Nursing.
Tuesday June 28th
13:40 - 14:40 : keynote speaker
Professor of clinical informatics at the University of Geneva
«BigData and Health: Hopes and challenges»
Christian Lovis is professor of clinical informatics at the University of Geneva and leads the Division of Medical Information Sciences at the Geneva University Hospitals. He is a medical doctor trained in Internal Medicine with special emphasis on emergency medicine, is graduated in public health from the University of Washington, Seattle, USA. In parallel to medicine, he studied biomedical informatics at the University of Geneva, focusing on clinical information systems and medical semantics. Author or co-authors more than 150 and editorial board member of major peer-reviewed journals in medical informatics, Christian is the European representative and vice-chair of the board of managers of HIMSS Global and member of the board of innovation of GS1, co-chair of the Architecture and standard working group of e-Health-Suisse. He is co-founder of three startups.