HIMSS 2013

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Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)

March 4-6, 2013

Booth 6629

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For more information on Lockheed Martin's healthcare solutions visit: www.lockheedmartin.com/healthcare

Lockheed Martin will demonstrate innovative solutions that improve outcomes for patients and healthcare institutions at the HIMSS Conference in New Orleans, La., from March 4-6.  Join us in Booth 6629 and the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion to learn more about our integrated solutions that unlock data, reduce clinical errors, personalize medicine and drive healthcare forward.


Scheduled Demonstrations:

Cyber Security Threat and Information Sharing
Lockheed Martin’s cyber security solutions enable maximized operation of critical infrastructure; enterprise wide intelligence gathering; proactive mitigation and response and peer collaboration.

Genomics Platform Pilot
Lockheed Martin’s integrated genomics pilot platform will enable better definitions of disease, patient populations and effective care through personalized medicine at scale. 

Electronic Healthcare Records
Lockheed Martin has provided a comprehensive, standards-compliant (HL-7, ICD-10, HIPPA) Electronic Health Record (EHR) system for the Canadian Forces since 2005. Join us to learn more about how our solutions improve decision making, enhance data accuracy, operational effectiveness and overall quality of service for more than 100,000 military regular and reserve personnel of the Canadian Forces.

Health Platform and Analytics Services
Lockheed Martin’s standards-compliant Health Platform and Analytics Services assist stakeholders in care delivery and continuous improvement by providing a user controlled, integrated view of patient care.

ICE STORM™
ICE STORM™ (Integrated Clinical Environment; Systems, Training, Operations, Research, Methods) technology applies Lockheed Martin’s expertise in engineering excellence, modeling and simulation, analytics and technology integration to improve the full lifecycle of the clinical healthcare environment. To learn more, visit the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion Speaking Area during the following times: March 4, 1:45-2:05 p.m.; March 5, 3:15-3:35 p.m.; March 6, 11:45 a.m.-12:05 p.m.

IntrepID (DNA Microfluidics)
IntrepID S2A-90™, Lockheed Martin’s portable DNA analysis device, transforms today’s DNA identification process from one that requires substantial training, sophisticated equipment and a day to complete into an affordable, portable process that takes less than 90 minutes.

Live Immersive Training
Lockheed Martin’s immersive medical training “virtual wall” enhances training experiences with an interactive, life size virtual extension of the hospital floor and participating characters.

MESA
Lockheed Martin’s MESA allows commercially available smartphones and tablet devices to connect to the enterprise using Smartcard-, Common Access Card (CAC)-, and Personal Identity Verification (PIV)-based authentication. This capability allows for customers to use Apple® iOS® and Android-based devices while complying with a two-factor authentication requirement for network access.

Secure Cloud Care Transition Platform
Our platform provides a suite of exchange services that facilitate interoperability in a highly secure cloud infrastructure that leverages Lockheed Martin’s best practices, hardware, software, and tools to secure and maintain privacy of healthcare information exchanged over the internet.

ICD-10: Achieve Financial Neutrality – presented by Infosys
ICD-10 is an opportunity for healthcare providers to reinvent and optimize revenue management. In the short term, it raises concerns about adverse impacts on revenue cycles, given the current alignment of revenues with ICD-9 and the magnitude of the changeover. Healthcare analysts from managed care services, revenue cycle management, clinical managers and financial reporting areas need to understand the financial impact of ICD-10 transition across all business dimensions, not just those directly impacted. Providers will need to ensure that reimbursements based on the new ICD-10 codes are within acceptable variances and changes to payer contracts are proposed on a revenue-neutral basis.

Population Engagement for Outpatient Care – presented by Medullan
Plum™ solutions offer capabilities for general wellness, post-discharge, transitional care, disease prevention, and other outpatient care plans where patient education and self-management is key.  

Tapose MD – presented by Inadev
Tapose MD is a physician note-taking tablet application.


Scheduled Tours and Presentations:
All events in Lockheed Martin Booth 6629 unless otherwise noted.

3/4/2013 - Exhibition 1:00 to 6:00

1:30-1:45-Guided Booth Tour
1:45-2:15-NH-ISAC/Cybersecurity Info Sharing for Health Organizations
2:30-2:45-Guided Booth Tour
2:45-3:15-Big Data in Healthcare
3:30-3:45-Guided Booth Tour
3:45-4:15-Enterprise Genomics for Personalized Medicine
4:30-4:45-Guided Booth Tour
4:45-5:15-ONC Transition of Care Pilots (HHS/ONC)
5:30-6:00-Presentation - IntrepID (DNA Microfluidics)

3/5/2013 - Exhibition 9:30 to 1:30 and 2:30 - 6:00

10:00-10:15-Guided Booth Tour
10:15-10:45-Integrated Clinical Environments
11:00-11:15-Guided Booth Tour
11:15-11:45-Transforming Workplace Clinics with Aerospace System Technology
12:00-12:15-Guided Booth Tour
12:15-12:45-Combat Systems Technology Meets Workplace Wellness
1:00-1:30-Healthcare Platform & Analytic Services
2:45-3:00-Guided Booth Tour
3:00-3:30-Beyond EMR: Technology Roadmap for Performance-Based Care
3:45-4:00-Guided Booth Tour
4:00-4:30-Infosys “iTransformTM  - Smooth Transition to ICD 10 While Mitigating Revenue Cycle Risk” 
4:45- 5:15-Guided Booth Tour
5:15-5:45-EHR Implementation for the Canadian Department of National Defense - Critical Factors for Project Success & Lessons Learned

3/6/2013 - Exhibition 9:30 to 1:30 and 2:15 - 6:00

9:45-10:45-How Aerospace Technology Can Help Transform Healthcare (Room 245)
10:00-10:15-Guided Booth Tour
10:15-10:45-IntrepID (DNA Microfluidics)
11:00-11:15-Guided Booth Tour
11:15-11:45-EHR Implementation for the Canadian Department of National Defence - Critical Factors for Project Success & Lessons Learned
12:00-12:15-Guided Booth Tour
12:15-12:45-Enterprise Genomics for Personalized Medicine
2:30-2:45-Guided Booth Tour
2:45-3:15-NH-ISAC/Cybersecurity Info Sharing for Health Organizations
3:30-3:45-Guided Booth Tour
3:45-4:15-Collaboration for Life – Transforming Healthcare Through Genomics

 


CUSTOMER MEETINGS

 

If you interested in meeting with Health & Life Sciences VP Glenn Kurowski or Business Development Director Karoom Brown, contact us at isgs.busdev@lmco.com

 

MEDIA CONTACT

 

Janina Rivera, 240-429-6166
janina.m.rivera@lmco.com

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

 

March 4, 1:00 p.m.
Intelligent Hospital ™ Pavilion
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

 

March 6, 9:45 a.m., Room 245
“How Aerospace Technology Can
Help Transform Healthcare”
Dr. Robert Szczerba, director, Healthcare Initiatives, Lockheed Martin

 

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