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Anne Zieger

Anne Zieger

#Healthcare #AI thought leader/analyst - #HealthIT insider at The Healthcare AI Report

Joined 03/21/2017

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Welcome to the future of technology. Artificial intelligence is already changing the way we work, spend, care for the sick and manufacture goods. And this is just the beginning. Like it or not, AI is changing the world, and if you don't understand where it's headed you'll be left behind.

But I'll keep you up to date. The Healthcare AI Report will track trends, report important AI news, identify smart new AI technologies and answer critical questions such as "Can AI have a conscience?"

If you're interested in reviewing a prototype of our newsletter, write to theaireportnewsletter@gmail.com and we'll send it to you.
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Healthcare Trends
This Currnt is a curation of emerging topics transforming the future of hospitals as they adapt to the needs of patients and staff.

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Health - Sensing Trends and Disruptions Impacting the Health Workforce
We're assembling an online advisory panel to explore the workforce disruptions impacting the healthcare, life sciences, and wellness industries. Specifically, we'll discuss the technological, social, economic, demographic, environmental, and geopolitical shifts that are shaping the landscape of the healthcare and life sciences workforce and envision what the future holds for the industry.

In this exclusive online panel of 15-20 experts, you'll have the opportunity to learn collaboratively and advance innovation in this field. All engagement is online and at your convenience.
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Innovation Programs Transforming the Future of Hospitals
As hospitals and health systems adapt for change, we'll explore current and emerging topics shaping the industry's future, such as digital transformation, affordability, population health, performance improvement, new payment & delivery models, and beyond.
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The Future of Cloud Technology in Acute Care Hospitals
Orient participants to be thinking about this topic in context of systems that include information about patients, staff such as: Communication systems, Nurse Call, Clinical Communication Smartphone Applications, Decision Support systems, Sepsis and Early Warning Score EWS systems, Wireless Device systems, RTLS, EMR, Plan of Care/Discharge, Realtime Locating systems, ADT

What is happening in Acute Care Hospitals related to On-Premises vs. Off-Premises/ Cloud storage for these types of systems?

On-Premises
• What are the benefits/value of On-Premises approach?
• What are the concerns/challenges of On-Premises approach?
• Why would a facility/system most likely decide to take an On-Premises approach?
PROBE: What are the triggers that make this a good OR bad decision/choice (e.g., patient information included, privacy risk, stability of system, etc.)

Off-Premises
• What are the benefits/value of Off-Premises approach?
• What are the concerns/challenges of Off-Premises approach?
• Why would a facility/system most likely decide to take an Off-Premises approach?
PROBE: What are the triggers that make this a good OR bad decision/choice (e.g., data and information able to be protected/secured, etc.)
PROBE: What is the tolerance/appetite for multi-tenet solutions vs. single tenet/private cloud solutions? Single tenet/private cloud solutions provide ability to do things like upgrade at pace/time of individual choosing (vs when everyone at once) – how important is this?

Hybrid Approach
• Are some facilities/systems taking a hybrid approach? If so, what is going Off-Premises? And what is staying On-Premises?
• Are there some systems that may be partially On-Premises and partially Off-Premises? What are they? Are there any systems that could NOT be hosted this way?
PROBE: What is the tolerance/appetite for this type of approach?
• Within a health system, would some facilities take one approach and some another?

What are the concerns about security?
What are the concerns about privacy?
What are the most common ways to pay for Off-Premises/Cloud systems?

We are interested in exploring these questions to inform development of products, services and overall offerings.
Panel
The Future Applications of AI for Large Enterprises
Enterprise Value of Artificial Intelligence
Panel
Acute Care Hospitals: On-Premises vs. Off-Premises/ Cloud Storage
Orient participants to be thinking about this topic in context of systems that include information about patients, staff such as: Communication systems, Nurse Call, Clinical Communication Smartphone Applications, Decision Support systems, Sepsis and Early Warning Score EWS systems, Wireless Device systems, RTLS, EMR, Plan of Care/Discharge, Realtime Locating systems, ADT

What is happening in Acute Care Hospitals related to On-Premises vs. Off-Premises/ Cloud storage for these types of systems?

On-Premises
• What are the benefits/value of On-Premises approach?
• What are the concerns/challenges of On-Premises approach?
• Why would a facility/system most likely decide to take an On-Premises approach?
PROBE: What are the triggers that make this a good OR bad decision/choice (e.g., patient information included, privacy risk, stability of system, etc.)

Off-Premises
• What are the benefits/value of Off-Premises approach?
• What are the concerns/challenges of Off-Premises approach?
• Why would a facility/system most likely decide to take an Off-Premises approach?
PROBE: What are the triggers that make this a good OR bad decision/choice (e.g., data and information able to be protected/secured, etc.)
PROBE: What is the tolerance/appetite for multi-tenet solutions vs. single tenet/private cloud solutions? Single tenet/private cloud solutions provide ability to do things like upgrade at pace/time of individual choosing (vs when everyone at once) – how important is this?

Hybrid Approach
• Are some facilities/systems taking a hybrid approach? If so, what is going Off-Premises? And what is staying On-Premises?
• Are there some systems that may be partially On-Premises and partially Off-Premises? What are they? Are there any systems that could NOT be hosted this way?
PROBE: What is the tolerance/appetite for this type of approach?
• Within a health system, would some facilities take one approach and some another?

What are the concerns about security?
What are the concerns about privacy?
What are the most common ways to pay for Off-Premises/Cloud systems?

We are interested in exploring these questions to inform development of products, services and overall offerings.
Panel
Building Innovative Capabilities for More Successful Product Launches
Biopharmaceuticals Product Launch: How to build innovative capabilities today in order to make product launches more efficient, cost effective, and successful in the future

Major research questions:
1. What successful product launches have you seen? What made them successful?
2. What are the most critical pain points or gaps around launching a product? What is driving those challenges?
3. How does a team prime the market for a successful launch?
4. What innovative capabilities around launch are most critical to develop for competitive advantage going forward?
5. What does a successful launch look like in one year from now? Five years from now?
6. How do organizations accelerate the product development and launch cycle times? What organizational approaches work best to fail fast and learn?
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The Future of Mobile Computing Devices in Global Organizations.
The future of mobile computing devices in medium to large global organizations.
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Facilitation Opportunity on the Future of Fee-for-Service
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Medtech Company of the Future
Medtech Company of the Future

Research Questions:
1. In the context of our view of the Future of Health, what will the Medtech company of the future look like? What will be the core competencies of medtech and what role will they play in the connected heath care ecosystem?
2. What types of products and services will medtech companies sell, to whom, and how will they be paid for?
3. How will this vision evolve over time – in 10 and 20 years (2040)?
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The Growth, Funding, and Exit Strategies for VC-Backed Startups
We want to understand the growth journey of emerging, disruptive and high-growth startups on their path towards sale, IPO, and/or international expansion.

- As an up-and-coming entrepreneur/disruptive/high-growth brand, how did you prove the idea and navigate the key stages of growth?
- As you grew, did you feel your financial partner could scale with you?
- What was important to you for a successful banking and/or financial partnership in high-growth periods?
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Driving Growth through Lean Startup Innovation
Lean startup innovation and the development of best practices and processes.

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