How are APIs being leveraged to enable a response to the pandemic?
Unlocking value from the data scattered across healthcare communities was once a tantalizing opportunity. After COVID-19, it is an existential necessity. Conventional development and integration approaches, whose limits were well understood before the pandemic, contributed little to understanding or responding to the unfolding crisis. Enterprises across healthcare, already wrestling with a combination of market forces, government mandates, and improved technology, are looking with new urgency beyond their own processes and organizations for a path to clinical and financial sustainability.
Senior Analyst Brian Murphy recently published an industry research report on the state of the API market in Open APIs in Healthcare: The Future of Data Integration. He will be sharing key findings from the research and leading a moderated discussion with the panelists to hear about the work they’ve done with clients over the past several months.
- Gautam (“G”) M Shah, Vice President of Platform and Marketplace, Change Healthcare
G leads Change Healthcare’s digital transformation, including overseeing the strategy for their Intelligent Healthcare Platform, managing and operating the Change Healthcare Digital Marketplace for APIs and SaaS products, and leading involvement in industry-regulatory groups that drive the use of APIs to enable greater interoperability and drive innovation.
- Drew Ivan, Chief Product & Strategy Officer, Lyniate
Drew’s focus is on how to operationalize and productize integration technologies, patterns, and best practices. His experience includes over 20 years in health IT, working with a wide spectrum of customers, including public HIEs, IDNs, payers, life sciences companies, and software vendors, with the goal of improving outcomes and reducing costs by aggregating and analyzing clinical, claims, and cost data.
- Dr. Dave Levin, MD, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Datica
Dr. Levin is a physician, executive and entrepreneur with more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, information technology and innovation. Before co-founding Datica, he served as Chief Medical Information Officer for the Cleveland Clinic where he was responsible for clinical information systems world-wide. He is also an active venture-stage investor and advisor, currently serving in multiple board, executive, or advisory positions.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- What use cases for APIs have been most reliable for enabling effective data liquidity?
- How are developers looking to build off the panelists’ APIs to respond in a timely manner to a national health emergency?
- How are the different parts of the healthcare system acting to make APIs more widely available?