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Diabetes Innovation 2012

Day 1: Sunday, September 23 | Day 2: Monday, September 24 | Day 3: Tuesday, September 25

   Day 1: Sunday, September 23, 2012
6:00 AM Registration and Networking Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

7:30 Welcome & Opening Remarks

   John Brooks, Joslin Diabetes Center

8:00 Keynote
Righting the Titanic: Using Data to Reverse Diabetes Trends

  • Shift incentives with American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, (ARRA) and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to understand patient populations
  • Propel health forward with EHRs, enabling providers to get diabetes clinical data, coordinate with other providers and engage with patients
  • Free up information with code-a-thons that challenge innovation
   Todd Park, U.S. Chief Technology Officer, White House


From A to Z with ADA, PCORI and AHRQ

  • Fund priorities of agencies
  • Collaborate, engage and create partnership
  • Align goals with stakeholders
   Moderator: Catherine Carver, MS, APRN-BC, CDE, Joslin Diabetes Center
   Carolyn Clancy, MD, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
   Robert E. Ratner, MD, American Diabetes Association
   Joseph Selby, MD, MPH, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

9:30 Break: Q&A


   Moderator: Deneen Vojta, MD, United Healthcare for Health Reform & Modernization

Gaming Diabetes: Breaking Down Silos with Gaming

  • Becoming a change agent
  • Coding, designing and building health
  • Impact and viability of health technology
   Dan Baden, MD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Game Attack!

  • Player generated discoveries
  • Can human intuition succeed where automation has failed?
  • Attacking diabetes with online gaming
   Firas Khatib, PhD, University of Washington

10:45 New Entrants in Healthcare Delivery: Delivering Evidence-Based Content Through Reality TV to Achieve Scale in Diabetes Prevention and Weight Loss
  • Engage patients through entertainment (reality TV) to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes
  • Introduce Project Not Me, a video on demand that follows six high-riskadults as they go through the National Diabetes Prevention Program
  • Empower patients with tools to succeed at home: weight scales with e-tracking, online support groups and blogs
   Moderator: Deneen Vojta, MD, United Healthcare for Health Reform & Modernization
   Marc Coblitz, Comcast
   Sierra Carter, Project Not Me, Reality Program


   Moderator: Joseph Kvedar, MD, Center for Connected Health

Patient Engagement and Shared Decision Making

  • Understanding the Consumer
  • Creating the champion patient
  • Systems for shared decision making
   Dave deBronkart, e-Patient Dave
   Ted Eytan, MD, MS, MPH, The Permanente Federation
   M. Sue Kirkman, MD American Diabetes Association


Stop Managing Diabetes, Start Reversing It

  • How do rising health care costs, changes in policy and technology create an opportunity to change the course of diabetes?
  • With focused disease prevention, social web technology and human-centered design, diabetes can become history
   Sean Duffy, Omada Health

12:15 PM Lunch Break

1:15 Power to the Patient:
Untethered Innovations in Supporting Diabetes Self-Management

  • Tailoring health applications to patients
  • Effect of social connections on health status
  • Is there a match? Does this work?
   Manny Hernandez, Diabetes Hands Foundation; Founder, Tu Diabetes
   Timothy J Moore, MD, FACPE, WebMD
   Dan Hickey, Alliance Health Networks
   Amy Tenderich, DiabetesMine
   Adam B. Kaufman, PhD, dLife Healthcare Solutions

2:15 Care Everywhere:
Removing the Boundaries of Healthcare Delivery for More Efficient and Effective Care

  • Demonstrate how convenience clinics can offer wellness education, routine lab tests and instant results, covered by insurance
  • The value of retailers and their ability to engage consumers
  • How do these efforts stack up for compliance, quality and cost savings?
   Moderator: Daphne Psacharopoulos, Joslin Diabetes Center
   Kevin Ronneberg, MD, Target
   Nancy Gagliano, MD, CVS Caremark

2:45 Afternoon Break – Exhibit Hall


FDA’s Diabetes Innovation Panel

  • Update CDER, CDRH and CBER diabetes innovations and initiatives on granular and scientific levels
  • Introduce FDA’s OSHI, and strategic plan for diabetes innovation
  • Unveil the state of regulatory science of diabetes treatment and innovation
   Moderator: Gordon Weir, MD, Joslin Diabetes Center
   Bruce Schneider, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
   Helene Clayton-Jeter, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
   Courtney Lias, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

4:15 The Food RX: Strategies to Change the Food Culture

  • The Changing Ingredient Game
  • Finding Out What Consumers Really Think
  • Balancing immediate food consumption with wellness, nutrition, choice and cost – how do food companies do it?
   Moderator: Melinda D. Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDE, Joslin Diabetes Center
   Cynthia Goody, McDonalds, USA
   Joe Quinn, Walmart

5:00 Imagining a Patient Centered Information World

  • Understanding and measuring the basis of health
  • Convergence of discovery, care and patient value
  • Defining and meeting the unmet needs of patients
   Jamie Heywood, PatientsLikeMe

5:30 – 7:30 Target Opening Reception

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