Panel on “MACRA: Smooth Sailing or Stormy Seas & How MACRA Impacts Health I.T."

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Join your peers in Health I.T. to hear an expert panel discuss on the Impact of MACRA on Physician Practices and Health Systems! This is timely Information that can help your organization understand the impact. We will have a lively discussion with Subject Matter Experts from various aspects of the healthcare ecosystem on policy and practice.


David Ford- Executive Director,
As the Executive Director of CALHIPSO, David oversees the largest federally-designated Regional Extension Center (REC) for Health Information Technology in the nation and a $15million contract with the California Department of Health Care Services’ California Technical Assistance Program to assist thousands of safety net providers implement and use health information technology to improve their care and participate in payment reform.

Kim Snyder- Vice President, Health Services, Lumetra Healthcare Solutions
Ms. Snyder is currently Vice President of Healthcare informatics for Lumetra Healthcare Solution, leading a team of informatics specialists. She currently directs the Medi-Cal California Technical Assistance Program, working with providers to implement and optimize electronic health records and achieve meaningful use.

Shanti Wilson- Program Manager Consultant,
Freed Associates
Shanti Wilson is a HIMSS Board Member at Large and the Health IT Advocacy Chair for Northern California. Shanti has worked for over 15 years in healthcare supporting state, federal, and private health care organizations meet their goals, including CMS QIOs, California hospitals, CA Department of Public Health and Medi-Cal.

Dr. Larry Ozeran- Physician, Clinical Technology Innovator
President, Clinical Informatics, INC.
Dr. Larry Ozeran has been a software developer, surgeon, and deeply involved in health policy, each for more than two decades. From the bit to the organization to the 30,000 foot policy view, he has led development teams, served on medical group and hospital boards, and briefed the Congressional Budget Office on key HIT issues.

Thank you to our Sponsor CGI!