11:35 am – 12:35 pm | Presentation | Room: Florentine I & II
Application Development Innovation at Kaiser Permanente with the IBM Decision Management and Cognitive Platform
At Kaiser Permanente, we are re-imagining the patient experience by pioneering techniques using ODM that correlate the detection capabilities of Social Media and Watson services, with empirical medical events channeled through our IBM SOA. Our collaborative journey with IBM and their Decision Management and Cognitive platform blends use cases including the following: hospital operations with rules to manage resources intelligently; clinical decision support to provide physicians with timely and useful information to deliver improved care; and, epidemic management including prediction of admission spikes, personalized alerts and geographic contingency plans using IBM BPM process in the event of outbreaks or emergencies. Our usage also includes Watson to make sense of unstructured data in real time. We will explore and simulate demos using ODM and Watson during the session.
Process Transformation and Decision Management Manager, Office of the CTO
David leads the BPM and ODM programs at Kaiser Permanente in the role of manager and lead architect. Herring believes in developing practical techniques to introduce new technologies into health care applications, while simultaneously being accountable (at least in the US) for legacy systems, messaging protocols and other restrictions. With the advent of Watson and the cognitive era at IBM, David is truly excited about designing intelligent hybrid health care applications that warp traditional paradigms and improve patient experiences. David was previously a Senior Principal Applications Engineer at Oracle Corporation & holds a Msc from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh in Digital Systems & AI.
David's 2016 Presentations:
- Application Development Innovation at Kaiser Permanente with the IBM Decision Management and Cognitive Platform
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 (11:35 am – 12:35 pm)
- Pioneering Decision Services with Decision Modeling at Kaiser Permanente
Thursday, November 3, 2016 (3:20 pm – 4:20 pm)