Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM

Panel: Trends Physicians Need to Know About the Business Opportunities that Lie in Automation, AI and Intelligent Apps

This panel will explore and examine:  

  • What’s hype and what’s not in the new wave of business opportunities driven by artificial intelligence and automation technologies
  • How software and hardware robotic process automation is changing the way physicians look at IT in their clinical workflow
  • Intelligent applications and their role in data-intensive clinical and administrative challenges in healthcare
  • How AI can be used to scale human capacity rather than replace human necessity
Erik Pupo
Accenture
Erik Pupo
Managing Director - North America - Clinical and Health Management Services
Accenture

About Your Presenter(s)

Erik serves as a Managing Director in the Accenture Health Client Service Group, where he manages a large team of healthcare professionals within the Clinical and Health Management Services team. He serves as the Managing Director for Healthcare Provider Technology Consulting in North America, as well as Accenture's Blockchain lead across the Healthcare service line and as a co-lead of Accenture's Value-Based Care practice in North America.

In his role, he partners with senior client executives to develop and drive healthcare transformation strategies, guide healthcare investment decisions, develop innovation roadmaps for new use of health IT, and build transformation programs in support of population health, care management, value-based care, and interoperability initiatives. He also has extensive responsibilities for a diverse portfolio of sales and business development activities at major Accenture healthcare clients and leads a wide range of provider and payer sales opportunities across North America.

Erik has worked for over 20 years in healthcare, including senior positions in federal, state, and commercial healthcare programs and initiatives, and served in key leadership roles within the healthcare community. He holds leadership advisory positions within the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), and regularly speaks at industry conferences on trends influencing the healthcare industry. He received a certification as a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CHPIMS) in 2009 and became a HIMSS Fellow in 2012.

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