The Cleveland Clinic Experience on Controlling Your Genes and What it Means for You

Date: 05.15.2013 | Zach Urbina">Zach Urbina

Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic joins the Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit on Day 3, as our keynote speaker. Dr. Roizen will present his work at the Cleveland Clinic as well as his RealAge project. Our keynote panel also convenes on Day 3 and features leaders from around the country to discuss health information networks and new care delivery models. (Registration information)

 

RealAge and You: The Cleveland Clinic Experience on Controlling Your Genes and What it Means for You

Dr Michael Roizen, Chief Wellness Officer, Cleveland Clinic

Aging is a process that you can control. Research has demonstrated that lifestyle choices and behavior have a far greater impact on longevity and health than heredity. There are literally hundreds of steps you can take that will enable you to live your days to the fullest until the day you die.

Goals and Objectives:

• Improve your understanding of anatomy and physiology, and your ability to control whether your individual genes are turned on or off

• Describe the relationship between biological age and chronological age

• Define the scientific principles of aging

• Describe how to help yourself stay healthy and youthful

 

Keynote Panel | Health Information Exchange / Health Information Networks and the Sustainable Development of ACOs and New Care Delivery Models

Moderator: David Stumpf, CEO, Woodstock Health IT

Panelists:

Raoul Recarey, Executive Director, Illinois Health Information Exchange (IHIE)
Julio C. Silva, MD, MPH Chief Medical Information Officer, Rush University Medical Center
Roger Holloway, Co-Director IL-HITREC, President Illinois Rural HealthNet
Brian Ralston, CMIO, Vanguard Health Chicago

“The panel will focus on connecting small practices, integrated systems and tertiary centers using the capabilities of a health information exchange and a broadband network. Our focus will be on how collaboration is important to creating an ecosystem that is sustainable for each of these stakeholders. We will address the roles of standards, communication, telemedicine, workforce development, meaningful use and how to maintain the entrepreneurial and creative aspects of our industry as we improve patient centered coordinated care.”

The Fall 2012 Accountable Care and Health IT Strategies Summit comes to Chicago 27-29 November (Registration information).

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