CIO Roundtable - 9/12 - Digital Disruption in Healthcare – Fact or Fiction?
Tue, 12 Sep 2017
7:00 AM – 9:00 AMAdd to Calendar
488 Almaden Blvd, 18th floor, San Jose, CA
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A very interesting discussion at our next meeting. If you are not in healthcare the digital disruption content can be refocused for your industry. There was a 2014 HBR article about applying ideas outside your industry can be beneficial (Sometimes the Best Ideas Come from Outside Your Industry).
Digital Disruption in Healthcare – Fact or Fiction?
Digital disruption has happened in many industries, but not fully in healthcare … even though all signs indicate that the industry is ripe for disruption. There are key technology trends able to drive this transformation and a variety of players leveraging these tools. However, driving disruption requires more than technology. New, agile ways of designing business models, strategies and products are needed. CIOs are not only familiar with technology tools, but also with agile ways of delivering digital products and can play an important role in leading their businesses towards needed innovation.
Bio- Lúcia Soares
Lúcia Soares is a leader of global technology organizations with 20 years of experience driving business transformation in technology consulting and healthcare. She has created business and technology strategies, developed innovative business models, led digital product design and marketing teams, built a user experience practice, and served as CIO of multiple life sciences businesses.
She is currently the Vice President, Healthcare Technology Program Strategy & Delivery at Johnson & Johnson creating digital products critical to business growth and innovation.
Lúcia joined Johnson & Johnson in 2002, and most recently served as Vice President, IT & CIO for the Cardiovascular & Specialty Solutions Group. Lúcia came to Johnson & Johnson from SBI (formerly USWeb), a digital consulting firm in San Francisco, where she headed the User Experience practice and the Project Management Office.
She holds an MBA from San José State University, a master’s degree in literature from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and a bachelor’s degree in foreign languages from San José State University. Lúcia lives in Silicon Valley, with her husband and their two daughters.
Breakfast will be provided starting at 7AM with the meeting starting at 7:30AM.
PwC Building in Downtown San Jose - 488 Almaden Blvd, 18th floor, San Jose, CA
PARKING = lots of it immediately across the street, don’t forget to pay and get the receipt for your dashboard.
Joni Newman will greet you in the building foyer and escort you to the meeting room. If you need assistance please reach out to Joni on 510.396.0904.
A couple days prior the event - you will receive an email with a list of other attendees. Rides to events will need to be arranged on your own.
*Friendly reminder that transportation is your responsibility to organize*
Dress Casual (jeans ok)
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