NEHIMSS Webinar Series: Leading Through Change: How the Nation’s Leading HIEs are Delivering Value in a Rapidly Changing HIT

July 14, 12:00pm, EDT - 1:00pm, EDT

Free Online NEHIMSS Webinar Series: Leading Through Change: How the Nation’s Leading HIEs are Delivering Value in a Rapidly Changing HIT

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Attendees will hear how two of the Nation’s leading HIEs are adapting to the new regulatory landscape to continue to drive value to their stakeholders

Featured speakers will be:

- Martin Lupinetti: President of Health Share Exchange (HSX), based in Philadelphia and serving a region encompassing nearly 8 million patients and more than 12,000 providers.

- Shreya Patel: MiHIN


Martin (Marty) Lupinetti is the President and Chief Executive Officer of HealthShare Exchange (HSX), a community asset and health data aggregator for the Greater Philadelphia and Delaware Valley region, including southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.  He has more than 25 years of healthcare public sector experience, providing executive management, strategic and business planning, governance, policy setting, contracting, and large complex technology implementations and deployments.  Marty is widely looked to for his leadership in the health information technology (IT) field.  As president of HSX, he serves a key position in building the interconnectivity and interoperability in health information that is helping to define the future of healthcare in the region, state, and nation. 
HSX offers traditional health information exchange (HIE) services, and its data repository and network support HSX’s population health/data visualization services and the HSX MarketStreet health innovation platform.  HSX links the individual health data of more than 8 million patients from the records of different healthcare organizations, including more than 14,000 providers; as well as health plans; accountable care organizations; post-acute care facilities; federally qualified health centers; and many more entities (300+) to ensure health information is more accessible at inpatient and outpatient points of care and for care management. 
Prior to HSX, Marty was the Principal and Public Sector Lead for Health IT for North Highland Consulting, managing large programs as part of the Governor’s Office for the State of New Jersey.  He was also the North Highland Consulting Public Sector Practice Lead for the Mid-Atlantic.  Earlier, at Deloitte Consulting, Marty managed a national public sector outsourcing shared-service center for more than 400 client users.  He was also part of PricewaterhouseCoopers National Project Management Center of Excellence, and a department manager at CSC Consulting Group, where he led a team that developed and deployed numerous mission-critical air traffic control software solutions. 
Marty has presented both locally and nationally on health data sharing and on innovation around healthcare information.  Recently, this has included presentations to the Delaware Valley chapter of HIMSS (the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) and at the HIMSS annual national conference, the largest annual worldwide meeting for health information technology.  He has also presented at meetings of the Healthcare Informatics Philadelphia Health IT Summit; the Philadelphia Health Information Technology (PHIT) Circle; the AI Innovations for Life Science and Health Care Summit; the Population Health Colloquium; and many other events.
Marty currently serves on the board as immediate past president of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (DVHIMSS), a 2,000+ member organization that is leading the health IT conversation across the region.  Marty also participates in the Jefferson Institute for Smart and Healthy Cities, as a member of this initiative's steering committee.  In addition, he is a member of the regional steering committee of KnowDiabetesbyHeart™, a campaign by the American Diabetes Association to combat type 2 diabetes.
Marty has an undergraduate degree in computer science from LaSalle University and an MBA from Monmouth University. 

Shreya Patel is an attorney in Michigan, focused in the areas of Healthcare and Privacy. In her role as Chief Policy & Privacy Officer for Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN), she routinely examines the effect of national and state initiatives on interoperability and participates in the national dialogue surrounding the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) and Final Interoperability Rules from the Office of National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) and Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Shreya is an advocate of balancing the public health interests of greater information sharing with patient privacy, and in turn, leads statewide efforts surrounding the sharing of behavioral health information and electronic consent solutions to provide healthcare consumers with the ability to receive quality, coordinated care in a secure method. In the past, she has worked with nationally recognized legal clinics, hospitals and policy centers to emphasize patient advocacy through policy initiatives. Shreya has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor from the Michigan State University College of Law.

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