CLOUD COMPUTING FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT

HIMSS18 Annual Conference
Wynn Las Vegas
Mar. 5, 2018

Pam DeSalvo Landis

Vice President, Information and Analytics Services
Atrium Health

Pamela DeSalvo Landis is vice president of Information Services at Atrium Health in Charlotte, N.C., an $8 billion integrated delivery network in the Carolinas.

She is responsible for overseeing the strategy and implementation of all mobile, web, engagement and collaborative technology efforts directed toward patients, consumers, physicians and employees.

Prior to joining Atrium in 2011, she led digital efforts at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. She also oversaw implementation of electronic medical record, revenue cycle and quality systems for Henry Ford’s ACO, She also worked at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in public affairs. Ms. Landis is a former lobbyist and reporter for Gannett newspapers.

She is a graduate of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and earned a master’s degree in health informatics from the University of Illinois- Chicago.

March 5, 2018
11:30am - 12:00pm
Mouton 2

With 900+ locations, Atrium Health is one of the largest and most progressive providers on the East Coast. It is the only healthcare system in North and South Carolina to achieve HIMSS EMR Adoption Model Stage 7 for both acute and ambulatory care. It has been named a “Most Wired” hospital for 13 consecutive years. It is a leader in data analytics strategy. And, in 2015, Senior Vice President Craig Richardville was named the CIO of the Year by CHIME and HIMSS.

Carolinas also plans to be fully in the cloud by 2019.

In this session, we sit down with Atrium Health Vice President of Information Services Pam Landis to find out why.

As Pam will discuss, it just made sense: “We were always asking, ‘Why are we buying boxes?’ We are not buying boxes and cables anymore.”

Key discussion points:

  • The cost of hosting and storage has come down and “people don’t care where the data sits.”
  • The cloud provides great disaster recovery and high availability.
  • Cloud computing cuts down on the need to constantly replace equipment and frees up staff to focus on other work.
  • Security concerns have been addressed.
March 5, 2018
12:30pm - 1:00pm
Mouton 2

After a full morning of sessions and thought-leadership focused on Cloud 101 - practical, foundational information healthcare organizations need to migrated data and operations to the cloud - we assemble speakers to share key takeaways and take questions from the audience. It’s a great way to segue into lunch and to set the stage for the afternoon’s presentations on privacy & security and innovation or “the art of the possible” that the cloud enables.

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