PANDAS 2020 

People and Analytics Live Event
5.12.2020 - 5.13.2020
1417 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231

About PANDAS LIVE 2020

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The fourth annual PANDAS (People and Analytics) Live event brings together the premier healthcare compliance professionals from across the country. We come together once a year to exchange best practices in patient privacy monitoring and controlled substance diversion surveillance, participate in discussions and forums at the leading edge of data analytics in healthcare, and build an active community that is the driving force for improving healthcare compliance standards and practices.

Please note: PANDAS Live 2020 is a closed event for PANDAS members and special guests. Your registration may not be approved if you did not receive an invitation to the event.

Protenus Team Presentation Topics

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Nick Culbertson
CEO & CO-FOUNDER
Healthcare Compliance Analytics
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Dr. Ellen Ambrose
DIRECTOR OF DATA SCIENCE
Determining Suspicion with AI
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James Schaffer
VP OF PRODUCT
Product Roadmap
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Dan Dutrow
DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING
Product Roadmap

Agenda

More details to come.

Day 1, May 12th // 8:00AM - 4:30PM
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Introduction to Healthcare Compliance Analytics

Nick Culbertson
CEO & Co-Founder, Protenus
Nick will welcome everyone to the fourth annual PANDAS Live 2020 and discuss the future of Protenus and PANDAs, laying out our vision for the future of Healthcare Compliance Analytics.
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KEYNOTE: How Do We Tackle Issues Like Trust?

Cora Han
Chief Health Data Officer, UC Health at the University of California Office of the President
With an impressive career in health privacy and data governance issues, Cora will share the challenges she has faced working at the Federal Trade Commission, specifically with investigating violations of federal laws protecting the privacy and security of consumer information. Now working at the Center for Data-driven Insights and Innovation at UCHealth, she will also share her perspective on how to use health data in a safe and respectful way to inform and improve business and clinical operations.
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CASE STUDY: Healthcare Compliance Analytics in Practice

James Ballou
Chief Information Security Officer, Erlanger Health System
Taylor Hays
Senior Compliance Program Analyst and Drug Diversion Specialist, Erlanger Health System
A health system-led session by the Erlanger team shares how their organization’s Compliance Office manages investigations for both Privacy and Diversion cases. Hear from James and Taylor on best practices for handling two different case workflows within one platform. Explore efficiencies gained from a centralized approach to proactive monitoring and how their office is set-up to handle both types of investigations.
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Examining the Effects of Clinical Drug Diversion on Patients

Lauren Lollini
Patient Advocate
Dr. Stephen Lloyd
Medical Director, JourneyPure
Learn from a patient affected by clinical drug diversion while seeking medical care, as well as, a physician whose addiction lead to diversion and how this affected his life and patient care.
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CASE STUDY: Hypothesis-Based Approach to Case Investigations

Jessica Schmidt
Privacy Analyst, Mayo Clinic Health System
Jessica will share how the Mayo Clinic Integrity and Compliance Office uses a hypothesis based investigation strategy to review cases. Learn about how data drives their investigation process and leads to more unbiased approach to conducting investigations.
Day 1, Happy Hour // 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Day 2, May 13th // 8:00AM - 4:30PM
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CASE STUDY: Compliance and HR Collaborating on Shared Outcomes for the Organization

Chris Mayberry
Privacy Officer, St. Luke's Health System
Mary Brown
Compliance Analyst, St. Luke's Health System
Melissia Melendez
HR Employee Relations, St. Luke's Health System
The St. Luke’s Health System team will share how the Privacy Office and Human Resources Office work together in case investigations and the workflow they’ve developed that suits the overall needs of the organization. Review how the two teams work together to achieve the shared goals of the institution. Learn about other aspects of their privacy monitoring program, including sanctions and how they align with HR policy.
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Determining Suspicion with Artificial Intelligence

Dr. Ellen Ambrose
Director of Data Science, Protenus
Join an “under the hood” session of how Protenus calculates each case’s suspicion score and how this approach has evolved over time.
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Product Roadmap

James Schaffer
VP of Product, Protenus
Dan Dutrow
Director of Engineering, Protenus
Dr. Ellen Ambrose
Director of Data Science, Protenus
Protenus product owners will preview the upcoming enhancements to the user interface, data capabilities, and artificial intelligence capabilities for 2020.
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CASE STUDY: Where the Rubber Meets the Road:
How to Build your Team Structure and Workflows into Protenus

Naomie Nicolas
Senior Privacy Analyst, RWJBarnabas Health
Dan Edds
Director of System Privacy, Spectrum Health
Team members from RWJBarnabas Health and Spectrum Health will demonstrate how they structure their large, decentralized compliance offices and how they use data in the Protenus platform to drive downstream workflows for each team. Come see how these organizations use the “groups” functionality to match the way their teams are structured and to manage the operations of distinct teams, all while achieving the goal of operating as one organization in a single platform.
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CASE STUDY: Reporting, Metrics, KPIs... oh my!

Monica Freedle
Director of Privacy & Civil Rights and Chief Privacy Officer, MultiCare Health System
Catherine M. Stackhouse
RHIA, CHPS Director, Health Information Protection, WellSpan Health
Join the MultiCare and Wellspan teams to discuss the best metrics for reporting on compliance operations to senior leadership. See how these teams communicate progress towards top-level goals such as reducing risk and improving operational efficiency using data from the Protenus platform.
This education activity has been submitted to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® and is currently pending their review for approval of CCB CEUs.

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The Venue

Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park

1417 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231