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2017 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit

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Event details

Date: March 28 – 29, 2017
Venue: Booth no. 6, Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Attendees: Vijay Ravichandran, Principal, Infosys Public Services
Shekhar Kanade, Senior Project Manager, Infosys Public Services

Event overview

State Healthcare IT Connect Summit is an annual event where thought leaders from the public and private sector converge. The summit provides a platform to share ideas and benchmark implementation strategies of state health IT systems.

This year, senior leaders from state health and human services (HHS) agencies and the industry will discuss innovative technologies and models that can help states transform health and human services delivery.

Connect with Infosys Public Services

Infosys Public Services is a Silver sponsor at the 2017 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit. Meet us at booth 6 to see innovative IT solutions for integrated eligibility, big data analytics, and customer service. Join our ‘Meet the Innovators’ roundtable on Tuesday, March 28 for insights on how HHS agencies can become more agile and manage the duality – modernize legacy systems and at the same time adopt emerging technologies, to deliver improved outcomes at lower costs.

Session details

Topic: Roundtable: Keeping the lights-on while modernizing legacy HHS systems
Date: March 28, 2017
Time: 1.30 - 2.30 pm ET
Location: Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Speaker: Shekhar Kanade, Senior Project Manager, Infosys Public Services

Session description

A major challenge in health and human services modernization is to balance the modernization initiative with management of existing systems. Modernization happens in phases; i.e., only a few programs move over from the legacy system to the new system in each phase. With recent guidance from the CMS on modular development and procurement, multi-pronged, phased implementations and operations will soon become the norm. How can agencies manage these multiple systems - some legacy, some new in production, and some in implementation? What are the implications of agile development for multiple systems in transition, both in procurement and development? What are the applications of the Gartner’s BiModal IT to this situation? Join the roundtable for practical insights from industry and government experts.

Speaker profile

Shekhar Kanade Shekhar Kanade, Senior Project Manager, Infosys Public Services

Shekhar has over 13 years of experience in the IT industry leading large business and IT transformation and re-engineering programs. Shekhar has assisted Fortune 500 organizations with their strategic, organizational and operational initiatives and led innovative solution development projects for the healthcare and social services sectors. His expertise is in designing, implementing and managing large web applications in healthcare and social services domain.

Shekhar played a key role in the implementation of the District of Columbia Healthcare Exchange and is part of the team responsible for modernization of the District’s Integrated Eligibility System for Food and Cash programs. As the leader of the functional team, Shekhar works directly with the key subject matter experts, planning, estimating and building the solution to deliver this complex project.

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Client example: Modernization of District of Columbia’s Legacy Eligibility and Enrollment System for Social Programs

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