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Big Data on the San Diego Bay - July 18, 2013




















 




SIM San Diego sponsors Top Tech Exec Awards event

 

Congratulations to our SIM San Diego Top Tech Exec Awards Honorees!

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Event Information
San Diego Magazines Top Tech Exec Awards recognizes the most outstanding Information Technology executives who work in San Diego, as nominated by their peers and clients. Nominees and honorees who meet the criteria, as decided by an independent panel of judges, will be recognized at the 2013 San Diego Magazine Top Tech Exec Awards on May 9, 2013 at The Paddock at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Tickets include access to the awards reception, tray passed appetizers and Coxmopolitan Martini's, top tech-fun, complimentary parking, live entertainment, giveaways and much more! Be seen at this year's Top Tech Exec Awards May 9, 2013 from 4 to 7 pm!

The Paddock at the Del Mar Fairgrounds
2260 Jimmy Durante Boulevard, Del Mar
May 9, 2013
4:00 - 7:00PM

 






ASSOCIATION PARTNER 

 

  

 
Attendance is complimentary to qualified registrants 

DISTINGUISHED CONFERENCE CHAIRS:

Hunter Muller 
President & CEO 
HMG Strategy, LLC 
 
Herman Nell  
VP & CIO 
Petco Animal Supplies, Inc.
 
Steve Phillpott 
 
CIO 
Amylin Pharmaceuticals 
SIM San Diego Program Chair
   

DISTINGUISHED ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS:

Anwar Abbas
VP of IT
North County Health Services

Jim Adams
Director of IT
KP OnCall

Jon Baird
VP of Technology
SNH Management

Joe Beery

Senior VP & CIO
Life Technologies

Colin Black
CIO
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions

Scott Cadwalader

Co-Founder & Managing Partner
Diligent Partners, LLC

Bruce Carothers
Sr. VP & CIO
AMN Healthcare

Bob Cohen
Vice President, Information Technology
Cadence Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 


Bob Concannon

Senior Client Partner
Korn/Ferry International

Charles Connoy
VP, Global Platform - 
Sony Playstation
Sony Computer Entertainment America

Norm Fjeldheim
SVP & CIO
Qualcomm Incorporated

Joseph Galuszka
Principal
Fulcrum Associates

Jim Haskin
former SVP Global Services
CloudTrigger

Eric Hicks
Director of IT
Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute


Naresh Lachmandas

CIO
General Atomics

Tony Leng
Managing Director and CIO Practice Leader
Diversified Search

Jonathan Mack, PhD
Director, Research and Development
University of San Diego

Drew Martin
CIO
DriveCam

Barb Munro

Partner
The Carrera Agency

Dave Nebo
VP & CIO Technology Department
San Diego Housing Commission 


Herman Nell

VP & CIO
Petco Animal Supplies, Inc.

Albert Oriol

CIO
Rady Children's Hospital

Mary Kay Payne
Director of IT & CIO
Arch Health

Paul Peabody

CIO
Palomar Health

Brad Phillips
VP IS & CIO
Gen-Probe, Inc.

Steve Phillpott
CIO
Amylin Pharmaceuticals

Rich Pickett
CIO
San Diego State University


Yasmin Shah

Client Executive
Agfa Healthcare

George Sheth MBA, FHIMSS

Managing Partner
Diligent Partners, LLC

Bill Spooner
SVP & CIO
Sharp HealthCare

Kimberly Stevenson
VP & CIO
Intel Corporation

Patric Thomas
Corporate VP & CIO
Scripps Health


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Building the Strongest CIO Network on the Planet! 

   

THE 2012 SAN DIEGO CIO EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

The Epic Revolution:  Leading, Innovating & Transforming in a Connected World 

  


Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

7:00 AM - 4:00 PM  
Invite Your Direct Reports and Peers to this Exclusive Event! 

View Updated Agenda 
Here 
WORLD-CLASS SPEAKERS INCLUDE:


Mark Alcock
Forensic Examiner
M. A. Services


Bruce Carothers
Sr. VP & CIO
AMN Healthcare


Bob Cohen
Vice President, Information Technology
Cadence Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


Bob Concannon
Senior Client Partner
Korn/Ferry International


Carl Eberling
CIO, SVP-IT
Encore Capital Group


Bob Gentile
VP, Information Technology
Qualcomm Incorporated


Jim Haskin
former SVP Global Services
CloudTrigger


Debra Jensen
CIO
Charlotte Russe


Tony Leng
Managing Director and CIO Practice Leader
Diversified Search


Roger Marchetti
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
CareFusion


Herman Nell
VP & CIO
Petco Animal Supplies, Inc.


Paul Peabody
CIO
Palomar Health


Brad Phillips
VP IS & CIO
Gen-Probe, Inc.


Steve Phillpott
CIO
Amylin Pharmaceuticals

Polanksy
Mark Polansky
Managing Director, IT Officers Practice
Korn/Ferry International


Phil Schneidermeyer
Partner
Heidrick & Struggles


George Sheth MBA, FHIMSS
Managing Partner
Diligent Partners, LLC


Kimberly Stevenson
VP & CIO
Intel Corporation


About this Conference:

 

Join the most epic technological revolution in modern time! Attend this event to:  

  • Gain insight into critical competencies IT leaders must master to succeed today and in the future
  • Hear world-class presentations from industry luminaries sharing actionable advice and best practices 
  • Engage in unparalleled networking opportunitiesto build your professional network and extend your personal brand 

 
Attendance is complimentary to qualified registrants 

 


Leadership Development Journey: 
Making the Most of Yourself and Your Team

REGISTER HERE!

When:   Thursday, May 31, 2012

Where:  Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
                9360 Towne Centre Dr
                San Diego, CA 92121



Agenda:  
5:00 PM: 
Cocktails & Appetizers
6:00 PM: Welcome & Opening Remarks
6:15 PM: Leadership Development Journey: Making the Most of Yourself and Your Team
7:45 PM: San Diego State University (SDSU) - Feedback on Potential IS PhD Program
8:00 PM: Closing Remarks
8:05 PM: Members in Transition Session (for CIOs looking for next opportunity - Optional Attendance)



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




 









Online registration closes May 28, 2012.   
 
   
Member Price = $40
   Non-Member Price = $60
   At-the-Door Price = $75

Program Information:
In a recent SIM SD session we explored the dynamic people challenges inherent in our organizations. In this program, Beth Summers, PhD will share concrete tips and techniques for people development. She will briefly review current programmatic best practices, and then focus on specific examples of how to develop individuals and teams as a leader and manager. Her insights into 2-fers, 3-fers, how to "developmentally delegate," conduct developmental staff meetings and create stretch assignments is both entertaining and immediately applicable to your world.

She will bring examples from her decades of experience, where Beth has observed and coached thousands of people. She will discuss examples of "leader bootstrapping" she learned while on the scene in the early days of Apple when unprecedented growth drove demand for leader development. She will cover some of the best practices learned from the Tom Peters Group, Charles Schwab and Dell during their high growth craziness. And finally, she will share expertise she learned during the last 15 years, where Beth has been a leading consultant in leadership development and a Master Associate for the Lominger leadership development toolkit (now a part of Korn-Ferry International).

Further description of her background is on her site www.BethSummers.com where some tips and examples are included as podcasts.


Attire:
 Business Casual

IT Executives encouraged to invite Direct Reports for this event.


 

March 2012 Event

REGISTER HERE!

When:   Thursday, March 1, 2012

Tour:     Palomar Medical Center
               2195 Citricado Parkway
               Escondido, CA 92029

Event:  Stone Brewing Bistro & Gardens
              1999 Citracado Parkway
               Escondido, CA 92029
               Phone: 760-471-4999


The New Palomar Medical Center
     "Your Hospital of the Future”











Online registration closes February 27, 2012.   
 
   
Member Price = $40
   Non-Member Price = $60
   At-the-Door Price = $75

Palomar Medical Center West – Tour Information:

All protective safety gear must be worn at all times. Safety gear includes orange/yellow vest,

hard hat and safety glasses. All guests must wear long pants and sturdy close toe shoes.

Do not cross any areas that are taped off with caution tape (yellow, red, etc). These areas are

blocked off for a reason.

Tour guests shall park on site.

- When on tour, make sure that you watch where you step and always are aware of your

surroundings.


Agenda:
  5:00 PM - Tour of the New Palomar Medical Center in Escondido
  5:50 PM - Cocktails and Appetizers at Stone Brewery
  6:00 PM - Welcome and Opening Remark
  6:15 PM - Panel - "The Future of Healthcare and the Role of Information Technology  Innovation"
  7:45 PM - Spotlight San Diego Based Startup Company
  8:00 PM - Closing Remarks
  8:05 PM - Members in Transition Session: For CIOs looking for next opportunity (optional)

Attire:
 Business Casual


 

About Our Panelists:

John Curin
Vice President, Healthcare Solutions, Burwood Group, Inc.
John Curin joined the Burwood Group in November, 2001 and serves as the Vice President of Healthcare Solutions. Mr. Curin has over 10 years of experience in the planning, design and integration of Healthcare Information Technology focusing on provider institutions and medical device companies. Mr. Curin was involved in one of the first domestic Unified Communications integration projects within a hospital setting and has been instrumental in the planning, design and transformation of several hospital construction projects. As the leader of Burwood Group’s healthcare practice, Mr. Curin oversees and drives capabilities in Healthcare Information Technology Strategy and Integration, Clinical Informatics, Medical Device Planning and Integration, and Facility Transformation and Development.


Mr. Curin has been an active participant in several healthcare societies including HIMSS, HCCA and the AHA and has served as a panelist or presenter on topics including regulatory and security issues, the use of wireless technology in healthcare environments and healthcare facility design.

 

Benjamin Kanter, M.D.Chief Medical Information Officer, Palomar Pomerado Health
Dr. Kanter is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Disease, and received special certification in Critical Care in 1990. He has been in private practice in Escondido, California for 22 years. Dr. Kanter graduated from the University of Michigan with Distinction and Honors, after which he received his Medical degree and Internal Medicine training at Northwestern University in Chicago. He completed his post-doctoral studies in both Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine at the U.C.S.D. Medical center. Dr. Kanter continued to teach at U.C.S.D. as an associate clinical professor of medicine after going into private practice. He has served in numerous leadership roles within PPH including chairing the departments of Medicine at both Palomar Medical Center and Pomerado Hospital, directing Respiratory and Critical Care services at Pomerado Hospital, and founded and maintains his directorship over the Palomar Medical Center Sleep Disorders Laboratory. He received certification training in electronic health records and hospital information systems in 2006.


Dr. Kanter is the immediate past-Chief of Staff at Pomerado Hospital and chaired their medical executive committee. He has served the district as CMIO with responsibilities for the development of clinical information systems since September, 2006.

 

Carlos Nunez, M.D.Chief Medical Officer, CareFusion
Dr. Nunez is the chief medical officer and senior vice president of Medical Affairs for CareFusion. In this role, he leads a multidisciplinary team that provides the expertise and guidance necessary to align the clinical realities of modern healthcare with the business strategies of the various operating units across CareFusion. This includes the staff and activities of the Center for Safety and Clinical Excellence. He is also responsible for supporting the safety, quality and regulatory efforts that touch every phase of the product and client lifecycle.


Dr. Nunez is an accomplished physician and well-respected medical executive who brings a unique blend of clinical expertise and business experience to the field of healthcare technology. Dr. Nunez has published and presented extensively on the topics of healthcare informatics, clinical workflow automation, analytics and decision support, cerebral blood flow auto-regulation, ischemia-reperfusion injury and medical history.

Before joining CareFusion, Dr. Nunez served as the chief physician executive for a division of UnitedHealth Group, providing medical expertise and direction for corporate strategy and product development within their portfolio of healthcare technology solutions. Prior to UnitedHealth Group, he was a practicing anesthesiologist, intensivist and hospitalist, and served as the director of Education and Research for the division of Critical Care Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center Northeast.

He holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine, where he also completed postgraduate training in anesthesiology and fellowships in both critical care medicine and clinical research. Dr. Nunez has an active appointment as adjunct professor of Biomedical Informatics at San Diego State University, where he also serves as associate director of the Biomedical Informatics Research Center. Dr. Nunez is a diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology, and a member of the American Medical Association, the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the European Society of Anesthesia, the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine and the Health Management Academy.

 

Ash ShehataSenior Executive Director of Healthcare, Cisco
Ashraf (Ash) Shehata is the Senior Executive Director of Healthcare at Cisco Systems. Additionally, for the past four years Ash has served as the Worldwide Director of the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) responsible for the Healthcare Payer and Financial Services industry.  He successfully worked with many of the world's leading healthcare organizations and public sector accounts to help them become more effective through business processes innovation and strategic technology deployment.

With more than 25 years of expertise, his depth and breadth of experience includes both domestic and international client engagements. Before Cisco, Ash was the Vice President for Health Solutions IT at WellPoint Inc., where he oversaw Healthcare IT solutions for more than 32 million health plan members, or one out of nine Americans.  Prior to WellPoint, he was Global Chief Operating Officer of KGT Global Technologies (a worldwide systems integration and application development company), president of healthcare solutions company, a consultant and practice leader at IBM Global Services and Accenture, Administrator for Professional Services and Quality Improvement at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, and Principal and Owner of AWS Medical Management (responsible for Consulting and Medical Management services).

Ash holds a Masters degree in Hospital and Health Administration, an MBA, and a BS in Psychology and Business Administration, all from Xavier University


Maria Sudak, RN, MSN, NEA-BC, Director of Clinical Transformation 
Palomar Pomerado Health
Maria Sudak’s clinical background has a foundation in Critical Care Nursing beginning in 1987 that moved into Nursing Administration in 2006 with several stops along the way including Nursing Education. Maria is certified in Nursing Administration and Critical Care Nursing. She has practiced nursing since 1981 and has been with Palomar Pomerado Health the past 26 years. Maria graduated from Palomar Community College with an Associated in Nursing. She returned to school to graduate from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor in Nursing, then a Masters in Nursing with an emphasis in Education.

Maria was involved in the design phase of Palomar Medical Center (West), the Hospital of the Future participating on the champion team in 2004. This team reviewed the research around acuity adaptable and the effects on patient / staff satisfaction, patient / staff safety, patient outcomes and financial impacts. She has been actively involved in the redesign efforts across departments as they re worked processes using new and innovative technology in a new environment.  Maria has partnered with our Learning and Development department in the design of education and orientation modules that will guide staff through this transition. Most recently Maria’s responsibilities include operational readiness of Palomar Medical Center (West) and coordinating relocation efforts for Palomar Pomerado Health.


Jim Welch
VP Clinical Engineering and Patient Safety, Sotera Wireless
Jim Welch joined Sotera Wireless in September 2011 bringing extensive experience in the field of physiologic monitoring and patient safety systems. Mr. Welch spent 17 years of his career as a hospital-based Clinical Engineer, ten of which were at Massachusetts General Hospital where he created one of the first WiFi-based general care floor multi-parameter monitoring systems.

In 1990, Mr. Welch was recruited to Protocol Systems to commercialize the system developed at Massachusetts General. He held various executive positions at Protocol in Engineering, Marketing, Quality System and General Management. He held the CTO position at Welch Allyn following the acquisition of Protocol where he developed and patented technologies in the field of wearable physiologic sensing technologies. In 2005, Mr. Welch joined Masimo Corp where he held positions in Engineering and Strategic Marketing, focused on developing and deploying wireless patient safety solutions for the hospital general care wards. In 2011, Mr. Welch received the AAMI Foundation/Institute for Technology in Health Care Clinical Application Award for his collaboration with hospital-based clinicians in delivering innovative technology solutions that dramatically improve patient safety.

Mr. Welch holds bachelor's degrees in both Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering and is a Certified Clinical Engineer.


Moderator: Paul Peabody
CIO, Palomar Pomerado Health
Paul S. Peabody is the Chief Information Officer for Palomar Pomerado Health. He joined PPH at the end of 2010 after spending the year with Oracle Corporation as the Vice President of Healthcare Business Development. Prior to Oracle, Paul spent 30 years as Vice President and CIO for Beaumont Hospitals in Michigan where in 1986; he implemented one of the first bedside based Electronic Health Record systems in the U.S. that connected over 2000 physicians in their homes and offices.

Paul is very active in numerous Health Industry Councils, is a Board Member of Kettering University, a Past-President of the Detroit Chapter of SIM, is on the Board of the San Diego Chapter of the Society for Information Management and is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

 

 


 

 

 

December Networking Social

When: Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

 

Where: San Diego Union Tribune
               350 Camino De La Reina
               San Diego, CA 92108
               Phone: (619) 718-5200

Agenda:

6:00 PM WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS

7:00 PM MUSIC and DANCING

10:00 PM CLOSING

  Food: Heavy Appetizers

  Drinks: Beer by several local Breweries, wine and non-alcoholic drinks

  Raffle/Drawing: Several Gifts and Prizes - including a Sony Playstation PS3

Register: Send email to sandiegosim@gmail.com with name, title, company, and spouse/guest name

Fee: This is a NO-COST event for members, qualified prospective members and their spouse/guest.

Attire: Business Casual, Holiday Dress optional

 

MANAGING PEOPLE IN CHANGING TIMES

 

When: Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Where: ResMed 
               9001 Spectrum Center Blv.
               San Diego, CA 92123-1438 
               Phone: (858) 836-5000

 

 

Agenda:

4:30 PM RESMED ART TOUR - Tour of amazing art pieces at ResMed - OPTIONAL

5:00 PM COCKTAILS & APPETIZERS

6:00 PM WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS

6:05 PM RESMED - SLEEP APNEA

6:15 PM MANAGING PEOPLE IN CHANGING TIMES - PANEL DISCUSSION

The technology industry is going through massive changes. We are seeing technology change at a rapid pace and an increased leveraging of virtual resources such as SaaS, Cloud, etc. How is the technology change impacting the way we manage our IT organizations? How will our IT organization needs change in the next few years? What, if any key capabilities and skills do we need to support out businesses?

Businesses are asking to do more with less and to be more innovative. Unemployment is the highest it has been for technology professionals. Why are we as IT leaders continually fighting for key talent? Is San Diego losing the battle of recruiting to Silicon Valley? How do we manage doing more with less, while responding to more requests for a better work-life balance?

Our teams are comprised of Gen X (Baby Boomers), Gen Y (Millennial) and Gen Z (Internet Generation), each of which have key differences in how they learn, perform. It's not business as usual to attract and retain talent. What are some of the strategies to help manage a changing IT organization? Join us as we have a panel of experts to facilitate a discussion around "Managing People in Changing IT Landscape".

7:45 PM SPOTLIGHT SAN DIEGO BASED STARTUP COMPANY

8:00 PM CLOSING REMARKS

8:05 PM MEMBERS IN TRANSITION SESSION - For CIOs looking for next opportunity - OPTIONAL

About our panelists:

Deborah Norman, Sr. IT Advisor at The Hackett Group and former CIO
Ms. Norman has over 25 years of comprehensive technology experience in companies ranging in size from $500 million to $11 billion. Her experience spans both publicly traded and privately held companies as well as Big 4 Consulting. Ms. Norman is an experienced CIO whose career has centered around improving both IT’s effectiveness and efficiency. Her business expertise crosses multiple industries, business functions, and technologies. She has helped clients with all areas of IT management such as strategic planning, technology selection and deployment, change management, program management, and ITIL.

Robert Plice, Department Chair of Management Information Systems at San Diego State University
Dr. Robert K. Plice is Associate Professor and Chair in the Management Information Systems department at the College of Business Administration, San Diego State University. He coordinates strategy and administration for the department's four IS-related degree programs: the BSBA in information systems; the Master of Science in Information Systems; the MBA with information-systems specialization; and the proposed joint PhD program in applied informatics. Before joining SDSU in 2002, he completed a PhD in management at the University of California, Irvine; MS degrees in computer science and business from the University of Maryland and SDSU; and a BA degree in economics from American University. He also had an industry career in systems development and deployment of real-time image-processing capabilities. His current research interests relate to information-systems economics, including the effects of IT on organizational boundaries and software piracy.

Kevin Harley, VP of HR for Illumina
Kevin has served as Illumina’s Vice President of Human Resources since June 2007. Previously, he served as the Vice President Human Resources for IntraLase Corporation, a medical device company specializing in ophthalmic laser products and services. Kevin served as Vice President of Employee Relations for Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, a company that provides products and technologies designed to treat advanced cardiovascular disease. He also served as Vice President of Human Resources for Baxter Healthcare Corporation (Cardiovascular Group), the principal U.S. operating subsidiary of Baxter International, Inc.

Kevin is a former commissioned officer with the U.S. Navy and earned his B.A. from the University at Buffalo in Physiological Psychology and his M.B.A. in Human Resources from National University.

Moderator: Barb Munro, Partner at The Carrera Agency and co-founder SIM San Diego
Barb Munro, co-founder and Partner at The Carrera Agency, a Talent Management Agency for IT professionals, has over 25 years experience in the Information Technology industry, holding senior-level positions in organizations ranging from Fortune 1000 firms to start-up software and consulting companies. She carries a wide breadth of industry knowledge including experience in software development and data base design, product management, quality assurance, customer relationship management, and sales and marketing.

 


 

FIRST SIM SAN DIEGO EVENT!

Topic: Adapting and Surviving Consumerization (PDF)




When: Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Where: Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens 
                   1999 Citracado Parkway 
                   Escondido, CA 92029 
                   Phone: 760-471-4999

Agenda:

4:30 PM Private Optional Brewery Tour (maximum 30 people on first come/first serve basis)

5:00 PM Cocktails & Appetizers

6:00 PM Welcome to SIM

6:15 PM History of Stone Brewing, Ken Wright, Minister of Evangelism and Indoctrination at Stone Brewing

6:30 PM Adapting and Surviving Consumerization, Barb Gomoloski, Managing VP at Gartner 

Consumerization is driving many changes to our enterprise IT strategy. The boundaries of the enterprise have shifted as the applications and services delivered to consumers are changing the employee expectations of their workplace applications and services. Consumer platforms such as iPhone and Android are being forced into enterprises, often before the enterprise understands the full impact of the security and management of these devices. How do companies manage and set expectations around what to "bring into” the organization? How do we get ahead of this Tsunami of requests to "keep up with the technology I have at home”? 

About our Speakers:

Barb Gomoloski 
Barbara Gomolski is managing vice president within the CIO Research group at Gartner. Ms. Gomolski has worked with clients to help them set IT investment levels and optimize the return on those investments. She also spearheaded Gartner's primary 
research in the area of IT spending for many years. 

Ken Wright 
While attending grad school, Ken Wright started working at Stone on weekends (mostly for the beer benefits). It soon became clear that folks who work at breweries are generally a much happier lot than those who work in academia, so Ken ditched the PhD path and entered the wonderful world of craft beer full time. As Stone's Minister of Indoctrination, Ken directs the highly acclaimed brewery tour program, makes media appearances and emcees special events. He has been with the brewery for seven years and has loved every minute of it. 


Member Fee/Non-Member Fee: 
Member price - $40 
Non-Member price - $60

 

 

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