• Prime Health presents Dr. Marc Ringel

    1881 35th St

    Come hear Dr. Marc Ringel discuss the role of digital health in Colorado. Dr. Ringel is a physician, educator, speaker and author. He will be sharing best practices on how to organize the work of healthcare in a way that uses machines to do what they do best, thereby freeing humans to do what we do best. Smart use of electronic technology is crucial to Triple Aim goals and to making healthcare more effective, efficient, and humane. Networking and refreshments start at 5:30. Speaking starts at 6:15. Check out Dr. Ringel's book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1138069361/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0

  • Office of eHealth Innovation Presents New Opportunities in Colorado Health IT

    There are great things happening in Colorado! Come hear Carrie Paykoc, Interim Director of the Office of eHealth Innovation, and Gary Drews, CEO of 9 Health, speak about Colorado's Health IT Roadmap. The plan includes 16 high-level actionable initiatives that can be used as a reference for evaluating the direction of existing and future health IT projects. Ultimately, the direction provided by this roadmap will support Colorado's Triple Aim— better care, lower costs and improved health for all Coloradans. Come as early as 5:30pm for networking and refreshments.

  • Looking Forward: Our Vision for the Prime Health Innovation Ecosystem

    Join us for our 2019 meetup kickoff event at Catalyst HTI Event Center! New Executive Director, Rachel Dixon, will be discussing exciting news regarding changes at Prime, new initiatives and developments coming soon, what to expect in 2019, how to get involved, and our vision for the future of health innovation. You won't want to miss this one.

  • Bon Voyage Nicole; Welcome Rachel!

    Catalyst HTI

    Join us for a fun, casual evening to wish Nicole well on her journey and give a warm welcome to Rachel.

  • Redox Interoperability Summit at Catalyst HTI

    Catalyst HTI

    Redox is hosting their second annual *free* Interoperability Summit in Denver, CO Nov 13-14. There will be speakers from Styker, PointClickCare, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Kaiser Permanente CO, and more talking about how they're making interoperability work today and where it should be going in the future. Register today to join the most innovative minds in health tech to share success stories, best practices, techniques, and solutions that make exchanging healthcare data simple and scalable. If you’re building an application in health tech, Summit18 is an event you won’t want to miss. See the full agenda at https://1y8c3g2mxbtc1fvran2vv4g4-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Interoperability-Summit-2018-Agenda.pdf Check out 5 reasons why you should attend (and the agenda!) at https://www.redoxengine.com/blog/interoperability-summit18-join/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=gmail&utm_campaign=interoperability-summit-18&utm_term=5-reasons.

  • Prime Health Challenge


    REGISTRATION REQUIRED!!! GET YOUR TICKETS AT https://bit.ly/2NJLeLm Join us for our live “Shark Tank” style event where 6 Finalists will pitch for an opportunity to win a portion of $150,000 provided by the Colorado Health Foundation. Winnings will be used to offset the cost of pilot programs hosted by Colorado Healthcare Organizations. Doors Open at 5:30pm, The Event begins at 6:00pm with a reception following the "Shark Tank" pitch event. The Prime Health Challenge connects early stage health technology companies with healthcare organizations seeking innovative solutions. Prime Health evaluates and qualifies companies to participate in a three-month mentorship program that culminates in a shark tank event. Finalists pitch live to potential hosts and an audience of hundreds for a chance to win prize money and the opportunity to pilot their technology.

  • It's All About The Data

    INDUSTRY (3001 East Brighton Blvd.)

    Employers across the country are looking for ways to improve outcomes and decrease costs for their employees and increasingly leveraging digital health technologies like worksite wellness platforms and telehealth through their benefit programs. Kevin will provide a background on data-driven approaches to improving employee health and the data sources available for entrepreneurs looking to impact this market. This presentation will provide a background for the upcoming program, The Rise of Consumerism in Digital Health with Aetna's Chief Digital Officer, Firdaus Bhathena. About The Speaker: Kevin Gregory is responsible for Health Action Council’s innovative products and services and oversees business development in the employer, supporter and provider sectors. He is an entrepreneur having launched 5 businesses during his 25 years of experience in the areas of employee benefits, human resources and new product development. As a volunteer, he is a graduate of Cleveland Bridge Builders and earned the Max Friedman Young Leadership Award for his work with the American Jewish Committee, participated on the Governor’s Drug Free Workplace Taskforce, and has served on funding committees at the United Way. Kevin is a Graduate of the University of Cincinnati Linder School of Business, he and his family currently live in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Pilot Study Best Practices for Innovating with Health System Partners

    INDUSTRY (3001 East Brighton Blvd.)

    Working with health care facilities and systems can be challenging for startups, especially during the earlier stages of development. Building relationships key to gaining market access in the healthcare industry, but how can entrepreneurs position themselves for a successful (and scalable) partnership? Understanding client needs and challenges in the health system market is essential. Susan Moore, Ph.D., will join us on June 28th to talk about best practices in pilot study design and implementation and to provide tips on how to partner successfully with health systems to ensure that your pilot serves as a launchpad for continued success. Key Topics: * Health care as a complex adaptive system * Health care delivery system types, characteristics, and stakeholders * Framing your value proposition from a pilot study perspective * Pilot study design considerations * Partnership and implementation processes * Maintaining relationships post-pilot Susan L. Moore, PhD, MSPH, is the Associate Director of Research Operations at Denver Health, a research scientist in the Center for Health Systems Research at Denver Health, an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the University of Colorado School of Medicine, an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health, and the mHealth research methods core program lead at the Adult and Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS) at the University of Colorado. Her ongoing research interests include consumer health informatics, clinical decision support, and the use of mobile health technology to deliver patient-centered care. She uses mixed methods where appropriate in both health systems research and program evaluation, and incorporates implementation science strategies for studies that take place in the health care setting. Prior to her research career, Dr. Moore worked in information technology for ten years, focusing primarily on implementation and support for software systems and technical education, training, and evaluation. She received her BS in biological sciences from the University of New Orleans, her MSPH from the Colorado School of Public Health, and her doctorate in health and behavioral sciences from the University of Colorado Denver.

  • The Future of Patient Engagement

    INDUSTRY (3001 East Brighton Blvd.)

    Digital solutions are having an incredible impact on health care delivery and the patient experience. Reimbursement policies are driving providers to focus on optimizing consumer value over volume of services and improving the customer experience is becoming a key priority across health systems. Well integrated digital health technologies are allowing patients to manage their health services across the continuum of care. Applications have been developed for patients to book appointments online, enlist in lifestyle management programs, access behavioral health specialists, and view their medical records. How are health systems looking to provide consumers with access to these technologies in a consolidated, patient-centered approach? As a lead-in event to the 2018 Future of Medicine, join us on March 22nd to hear from Ken Lee, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Centura Health. Ken provides strategic leadership for the use of technology across Centura’s system. Lee’s work focuses on driving growth, efficiency and disruption through aligned strategy, team development, technology, digitalization and consumer engagement. Prior to joining Centura Health in October 2017, Lee served in chief information officer and chief IT architect roles in the public utility industry, leading technology focused business transformation at the New York Power Authority in White Plains, New York, Pacific Gas & Electric in San Francisco and Xcel Energy in Minneapolis. Prior to these roles, he founded and served as Chief Executive Officer at Bluewater Information Convergence, a venture capital funded technology services company based in Greenwich, Connecticut that worked across multiple industries and sectors. Lee’s understanding of entrepreneurship in technology differentiates Centura Health from other health systems in the industry.

  • Journey To Scale: Perspectives on Barriers and Opportunities in Digital Health

    INDUSTRY (3001 East Brighton Blvd.)

    Join us in February for a frank discussion on the barriers and opportunities to integrating virtual care platforms in clinics across the State. This Thursday, our panelists will offer perspectives on on opportunities and barriers to scaling virtual care platforms and the impact of new care delivery models for patients and providers. Agenda: 6:00pm - Networking 6:15pm - Welcoming Remarks 6:20pm - Panel Discussion 7:20pm - Q&A 7:30pm - Company Spotlight 8:00pm - Adjourn Panelists Include: Barbara Martin, RN, MSN, ACNP-BC, MPH is a nurse practitioner with more than 17 years of clinical and leadership experience in healthcare delivery, care coordination, and working across complex systems of care. She received a master’s degree in public health in 2013 to focus on population-based policy and systems change work to enhance and improve systems of care delivery. Barbara has been engaged with the Colorado SIM initiative since 201 through her prior role as Director of the Health Systems Unit at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Martin joined the Colorado SIM Office in 2015 as the director of the Transforming Clinical Practices initiative (TCPi) to lead state-wide efforts to build a program that will support clinicians and practices to ensure a successful transition into new care delivery and payment models that will help make Colorado the healthiest state while providing crucial support to the healthcare workforce. Ted E. Palen, PhD, MD, MSPH is a Physician Investigator at the Institute for Healthcare Research. His research interests are in the area of clinical informatics with a focus on understanding the flow of data from the point-of-care to its collection and use in research, decision support, chronic disease management, and quality of care. He also has a focus on virtual care options such as patient-physician email communication and telehealth. Dr. Palen is dedicated to improving the healthcare delivery process and is highly involved in implementing a range of point-of-care decision support and telehealth tools for use in clinical practice. Joseph M. Smith, MD practices general pediatrics with a focus in behavioral and developmental pediatrics. He is a co-owner of Premier Pediatrics in Brighton, CO. Dr. Smith’s practice is currently part of the SIM program and has implemented telehealth counseling for his patients. He has a passion for providing patients with challenging diagnoses and emotional struggles with quality care. Dr. Smith is dedicated to finding workable solutions for families and individuals dealing with mental health challenges. Laurel Broten, MPH is the Data Strategy Coordinator with the Colorado State Innovation Model (SIM). SIM is an initiative funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to integrate physical and behavioral health in primary care settings and test alternative payment models. Laurel holds a Master’s in Public Health in Health Policy from Emory University and has experience in research, policy analysis, program evaluation, and local public health. Part of her role in SIM is to develop and implement a telehealth strategy. SIM, in partnership with Health First Colorado (Medicaid), recently conducted a survey aimed at providers and payers to better understand barriers to adoption and interest in statewide solutions. The results of the survey will help prioritize SIM’s telehealth efforts. Robyn Dietz is the Director of Account Management with CirrusMD, a local virtual care technology provider. CirrusMD provides a text-first workflow connecting patients directly with Emergency Medicine Physicians in a value-based business model. Robyn works directly with payers and providers across the country to develop engagement programs that meet patients where they are, and offer the type of medical care they desire. Robyn has spent her career in healthcare, implementing workflow and technology solutions to provide enhanced accessibility for patients.