Fireside Chat & Networking Event (CXO Connect)

September 26, 3:30pm, CDT - 7:00pm, CDT

NYLO Las Colinas Hotel
1001 W Royal Ln. 
Irving, TX 75039


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It's National Health Informational Technology Week and DFW HIMSS is celebrating in style. Come out and join us as we hear from John Delano, the Regional CIO of Advent Health, Dr. Ruben Amarasingham, President & CEO of Pieces Technology, and Rob Marti, Healthcare Strategist with VMWare. They will be discussing the role of AI in addressing social determinants. The event will be held at a unique venue, the NYLO hotel in Las Colinas. Stay after the fireside chat for a networking social where you can mix and mingle with your healthcare colleagues. Register soon, this event is limited.

John Delano is the Chief Information Officer for the Southwest Region of Adventist Information Technology.  His responsibilities include overseeing information systems across the four hospitals in the region, integrating computer systems across providers and health systems and directing the technology of major capital projects.  John has more than 16 years of experience in healthcare information technology and was previously the Chief Information Security Officer at Cook Children's Health Care System and Chief Information Officer of INTEGRIS Health.. He holds a Master of Science degree in technology management from Oklahoma State University.

Ruben Amarasingham, M.D., M.B.A., is founder, president, and CEO of Pieces Technologies Inc., which builds and deploys clinical tools for health systems and community-based organizations. He served as president and CEO for the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI), a nonprofit research and development organization, until January 2017. Dr. Amarasingham is an expert in the development and evaluation of health information technology, the application of informatics in health care, and the use of innovative care models to reduce disparities, improve quality, and lower costs. His research agenda centers on the use of data collected in electronic health records to support health services research, predictive modeling, and health care systems innovation. Dr. Amarasingham received his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and received additional training in medical informatics, quality improvement, and operations and health services research as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at Johns Hopkins University.