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Wednesday, Sept. 21

6:30 pm Dinner at Legal Sea Foods, 355 Main Street, Kendall Square, Cambridge

Day 1: Thursday, September 22


7:15 am Seminar participants who are staying at the Courtyard Marriott assemble in lobby
7:30 am Shuttle bus departs Courtyard Marriott for Radcliffe Institute

8:15am Welcome and Intro

9:00am The State of Health Information in India

Rahul Mullick, India Country Lead – ICT & Supply Chain
Arvind Sivaramakrishnan – Apollo Hospitals
Ashokkan VR, ColumbiaAsia (VideoLink)
Govind Nandakumar, Columbia Asia (VideoLink)
Sanjay Mehendale – ICMR
Moderator: Barbara Bierer

10:30am Coffee

10:45am Incentivizing Exchange: Global Practices

Joaquin Blaya, Thought Works
Barbara Bierer, HMS, MRCT, Vivli
Ram Sahasranam, Praxify
Moderator: Satchit Balsari

12:15pm Lunch

1:15pm Caution with Exchange – Law, Ethics, Security & Trust

Rahul Matthan, TriLegal
Malavika Jayaram, Digital Asia Hub
Ifeoma Ajunwa, Berkman Klein Center
Moderator: Paul Salins

2:30pm Is APIzation the solution?

Adrian Gropper, HealthURL
Aarti Borkar, IBM
Saurabh Punjwani, iSPIRIT
Moderator: Rahul Mallick

3:45pm Coffee

4:15pm Group Work (Presentations on Day 2)

GROUP 1: Guarding the data ecosystem
Led by Barbara Bierer and Rahul Matthan
Answer the following questions:

Who do the key stakeholders need to be?
What should the overseeing entity look like?
Who owns the data? (Is ownership the right model? Are variations on licensing, rights of access or stewardship a better frame?)
Which gaps in law a) can be addressed most easily b) should be the highest priority? Stakeholders? Process? Roles of any of the entities here?

GROUP 2: Building the next game-changer
Led by Arvind Sivaramakrishnan and Rahul Mullick

What should be built next? What problem will it solve?
Who will the stakeholders and partners be? From the participants here? Others?
What exchange barrier will it address? Who will benefit?
Who will fund it now, and later? Sustainability? Growth?
Will it help define the contours of the ecosystem?

6:00pm Leave for dinner at the Harvard Faculty Club

8:30pm Shuttle returns hotel guests to the Courtyard Marriott 


Day 2: Friday, September 23


7:15 am Seminar participants who are staying at the Courtyard Marriott assemble in lobby.  Please check out and bring your bags with you.
7:30 am Shuttle bus departs Courtyard Marriott for Radcliffe Institute

8:00am Breakfast

8:30am Presentations

20 minutes each (any format)
30 minutes Q+A and discussion

9:45am e-Health Systems: Buy or Build?

NT Cheung CIO, Hospital Authority, HK (VideoLink)
Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, Apollo Hospitals
Joaquin Blaya, OpenMRS
Moderator: Ken Mandl

11:00am Coffee

11:15am The National eHealth Authority

Supten Sabadhikari, National Health Portal (VideoLink)
Facilitator: Sanjay Mehendale

11:45am Managing Change  

Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, Apollo Hospitals
Sayon Dutta, Partners
Melliyal Annamalai,  Oracle
Abhinav Lal, Practo
Moderator: Adrian Gropper

1:15pm Lunch Keynote

Ken Mandl: Syncing for Science

2:30pm Group Exercises 1

eHealth Readiness Framework and Checklist
(Refer to Global Digital Health Index and OECD tool under “Resources”)
Led by Malavika Jayaram and Joaquin Blaya

3:15pm Group Exercises 2

Barbara Bierer and Tarun Khanna
Defining the health exchange ecosystem

4:15pm Presentations

4:45pm Closing Remarks

Digital Hub Asia – follow-up events in Asia
Malavika Jayaram