CLOUD COMPUTING FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Orlando, FL - February 19, 2017
Wilson is a strategically oriented leader who excels in innovation, communication throughout the enterprise, team building, and excels in complex problem solving where business objectives drive technology solutions. Astutely recognizes critical technology trends and is first to align with business goals. A former Officer of Marines, his 20 years of proven leadership and vision have been instrumental to address the rapidly evolving intersection of consumer and business platforms. As a proven senior advisor to executives, Wilson is responsible for implementing an acceptable level of information technology risk in order to achieve business objectives. He has direct knowledge and experience leading programs responsible for all aspects of information systems program development and implementation, IT management best practices, risk management, information/cyber security and assurance, infrastructure protection, and auditing compliance (COBIT, ITIL, FISMA, HIPAA, SOX, ISO standards).
In this kick-off session, four healthcare leaders discuss their journey to the cloud: What applications have they put in the cloud? What went well, what didn’t? Have the promised business and clinical benefits materialized? What cloud service providers do they use and why? What is their approach to securing data in the cloud and vetting vendors?
Speakers will discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly, and in the process give attendees deep insights into how best to develop their own cloud-computing strategy.
This last session of the day is an opportunity for attendees to share what they consider to be the day's key takeaways. We'll have two floor microphones and attendees can take turns sharing their thoughts on the role of cloud computing in healthcare. We'll also hear from some of our speakers.