To promote discussions on the way we are living such transformation and, especially, the knowledge that guides us to this new scenario, everis will promote an international digital meeting: Digital Health Conference, an event with various panels to discuss the impacts and experiences the health industry has faced over the last months and an analysis of the future.
This panel will address the impacts of the healthcare industry changes and the paths that are being created one year after the beginning of the largest global health crisis. The pandemic brought up many healthcare system weaknesses and further emphasized its social importance and the need to adopt new processes and technologies.

The growing demands required a restructuring, including a management restructuring, to ensure effective and safe care for patients and professionals.
BUSINESS IMPACTS ON THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY IN THE POST-PANDEMIC SCENARIO
Partner, Global Head of Public Sector & Healthcare Head of Insurance Americas
ALEJANDRO MORÁN
Moderator
Sanitary doctor and
professor at FSP-USP, former president of ANVISA
GONZALO
VECINA NETO
CIO Bupa Chile
JORGE MUJICA
03 . 03
04 . 03
02 . 03
OPENING PANEL
Health is essential, one of the fundamental pillars of life. In recent years, we have witnessed and participated in the evolution of health systems driven by technological advances, scientific innovation, and cultural changes of patients and society.
Interoperability has been a hot topic in the healthcare industry lately. It means integrating information systems and software applications, which promotes data exchange and presents an integral view of health care, from a broader perspective of assistance, to achieve greater efficiency.

It also brings challenges that must overcome. We must consider the commitment of those involved in making this transparency possible, making the right investments, and using solutions that secure standardization and supporting data security. A large dataset of sensitive information in the healthcare industry must be protected against leaks and unauthorized access. Thus, it is essential to have a consistent discussion, and in this panel, we will have different visions and experiences to discuss this topic.
CHALLENGES AND BENEFITS OF INTEROPERABILITY FOR THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
Partner and Head of Health and Public Sector Business Unit at everis Portugal
RICARDO CONSTANTINO
Head of Health at everis Brazil
KÁTIA GALVANE
Moderator
MARCH 2
nd
General Director of Hospital Management Systems, Ministry of Health, Province of Córdoba
JUAN MARTÍN GOMEZ
Chief Technology Officer at Americas Medical Services
   ALEX JULIAN
CHALLENGES OF CONNECTED HEALTH
Global Head of Health
everis Europe
ALBERTO BORREGO
Moderator
MARCH 4
th
Medical Director of the São Paulo Regional - Oncology D’Or
ANTONIO CARLOS ONOFRE DE LIRA
Managing Director of Bradesco Saúde
FLÁVIO BITTER
Chief Medical Officer (CMO) do UnitedHealth Group Brasil
CHARLES SOULEYMAN
The concept of Population Health Management (PHM) proposes a change in the way of treating collective health so that the provision of medical care is added to the implementation of comprehensive methodologies to separate risks and systematically collect data, allowing the analysis of the impact of health determinants and the awareness of the risk of a population, with a focus on defining actions through good practices and measuring results based on population indicators.

Experts will attend this meeting on the topic. We will discuss how PHM integrates and coordinates the components of population health management, acknowledging and respecting the culture and environment of the relevant population.
PREVENTION AND POPULATION HEALTH: A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE    
Director of Strategy, Partnerships and Market at Sharecare
GENTIL JORGE ALVES
São Bernardo do Campo Municipal Health Secretary, President of the Council of Municipal Health Secretaries of the State of São Paulo - COSEMS / SP
GERALDO REPLE SOBRINHO
Head of Health at
everis Brazil
KÁTIA GALVANE
Moderator
MARCH 4
th
Program Manager and Health Promotion, UnitedHealth Group
LÍVIA DE ALMEIDA FALLER
Considering the impact of critical care during the pandemic, it is time to think about the priorities we have to address, not only regarding potential new pandemic situations but also to the future:
Organizing critical care services and the impact of online data and telemedicine; the impact of the availability of advanced data analysis, AI, and predictive algorithms on critical care activities; the ways that technology can humanize critical care or the necessary cooperation between medical staff and technology companies to enhance R&D in the clinical area.
CHALLENGES OF INNOVATION APPLIED TO CRITICAL CARE
Chief Medical Information Officer everis Health and NTT Data Company
EDUARDO VIGIL
Moderator
Senior Critical Care Medicine; Parc Taulí Health Corporation; Director of Research and Innovation; Director of I3PT - Parc Taulí Research and Innovation; Institute Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Barcelona
LLUÍS BLANCH
Head of the Critical Care and Emergency Service of the Virgen del Roció University Hospital
FRANCISCO MURILLO CABEZAS
Head of the Anesthesiology and Resuscitation Service of the General University Hospital of Elda
CALIXTO SANCHES
MARCH 3
rd
MARCH 2
OPENING PANEL
nd
Learn how conversational AI can deliver results for a provider contact center.

Review some of the omni-channel capabilities that are being piloted in a case study with a large US health plan and explore how virtual agents work in a complex environment full of jargon and clinical terminology. Understand the interaction and end-user experience necessary to ensure increased adoption and ongoing feedback.
CONVERSATIONAL AI TECHNOLOGY TO HANDLE COMPLEX MEMBER AND PROVIDER INTERACTIONS
CTO, Health Plan Solutions, NTT DATA
KUMAR SRINIVAS
Moderador
Partner, Head of Digital Experience Americas, everis
PEDRO JAVIER LÓPEZ
MARCH 3
rd
WATCH THE CONTENT
This panel will address the impacts of the healthcare industry changes and the paths that are being created one year after the beginning of the largest global health crisis. The pandemic brought up many healthcare system weaknesses and further emphasized its social importance and the need to adopt new processes and technologies.

The growing demands required a restructuring, including a management restructuring, to ensure effective and safe care for patients and professionals.
BUSINESS IMPACTS ON THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY IN THE POST-PANDEMIC SCENARIO
Partner, Global Head of Public Sector & Healthcare Head of Insurance Americas
ALEJANDRO MORÁN
Mo
Sanitary doctor and
professor at FSP-USP, former president of ANVISA
GONZALO
VECINA NETO
CIO Bupa Chile
JORGE MUJICA
03 . 03
04 . 03
02 . 03
OPENING PANEL
Health is essential, one of the fundamental pillars of life. In recent years, we have witnessed and participated in the evolution of health systems driven by technological advances, scientific innovation, and cultural changes of patients and society.
Interoperability has been a hot topic in the healthcare industry lately. It means integrating information systems and software applications, which promotes data exchange and presents an integral view of health care, from a broader perspective of assistance, to achieve greater efficiency.

It also brings challenges that must overcome. We must consider the commitment of those involved in making this transparency possible, making the right investments, and using solutions that secure standardization and supporting data security. A large dataset of sensitive information in the healthcare industry must be protected against leaks and unauthorized access. Thus, it is essential to have a consistent discussion, and in this panel, we will have different visions and experiences to discuss this topic.
CHALLENGES AND BENEFITS OF INTEROPERABILITY FOR THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
Partner and Head of Health and Public Sector Business Unit at everis Portugal
RICARDO CONSTANTINO
Head of Health at everis Brazil
KÁTIA GALVANE
Moderator
MARCH 2
nd
General Director of Hospital Management Systems, Ministry of Health, Province of Córdoba
JUAN MARTÍN GOMEZ
Chief Technology Officer at Americas Medical Services
   ALEX JULIAN
CHALLENGES OF CONNECTED HEALTH
Global Head of Health
everis Europe
ALBERTO BORREGO
Moderator
MARCH 4
th
Medical Director of the São Paulo Regional - Oncology D’Or
ANTONIO CARLOS ONOFRE DE LIRA
Managing Director of Bradesco Saúde
FLÁVIO BITTER
Chief Medical Officer (CMO) do UnitedHealth Group Brasil
CHARLES SOULEYMAN
WATCH THE CONTENT
The concept of Population Health Management (PHM) proposes a change in the way of treating collective health so that the provision of medical care is added to the implementation of comprehensive methodologies to separate risks and systematically collect data, allowing the analysis of the impact of health determinants and the awareness of the risk of a population, with a focus on defining actions through good practices and measuring results based on population indicators.

Experts will attend this meeting on the topic. We will discuss how PHM integrates and coordinates the components of population health management, acknowledging and respecting the culture and environment of the relevant population.
PREVENTION AND POPULATION HEALTH: A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE    
Director of Strategy, Partnerships and Market at Sharecare
GENTIL JORGE ALVES
São Bernardo do Campo Municipal Health Secretary, President of the Council of Municipal Health Secretaries of the State of São Paulo - COSEMS / SP
GERALDO REPLE SOBRINHO
Head of Health at
everis Brazil
KÁTIA GALVANE
Moderator
MARCH 4
th
Program Manager and Health Promotion, UnitedHealth Group
LÍVIA DE ALMEIDA FALLER
WATCH THE CONTENT
To promote discussions on the way we are living such transformation and, especially, the knowledge that guides us to this new scenario, everis will promote an international digital meeting: Digital Health Conference, an event with various panels to discuss the impacts and experiences the health industry has faced over the last months and an analysis of the future.
Considering the impact of critical care during the pandemic, it is time to think about the priorities we have to address, not only regarding potential new pandemic situations but also to the future:
Organizing critical care services and the impact of online data and telemedicine; the impact of the availability of advanced data analysis, AI, and predictive algorithms on critical care activities; the ways that technology can humanize critical care or the necessary cooperation between medical staff and technology companies to enhance R&D in the clinical area.
CHALLENGES OF INNOVATION APPLIED TO CRITICAL CARE
Chief Medical Information Officer everis Health and NTT Data Company
EDUARDO VIRGIL
Moderator
Senior Critical Care Medicine; Parc Taulí Health Corporation; Director of Research and Innovation; Director of I3PT - Parc Taulí Research and Innovation; Institute Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Barcelona
LLUÍS BLANCH
Head of the Critical Care and Emergency Service of the Virgen del Roció University Hospital
FRANCISCO MURILLO CABEZAS
MARCH 3
rd
Head of the Anesthesiology and Resuscitation Service of the General University Hospital of Elda
CALIXTO SANCHES
MARCH 2
OPENING PANEL
nd
Learn how conversational AI can deliver results for a provider contact center.

Review some of the omni-channel capabilities that are being piloted in a case study with a large US health plan and explore how virtual agents work in a complex environment full of jargon and clinical terminology. Understand the interaction and end-user experience necessary to ensure increased adoption and ongoing feedback.
CONVERSATIONAL AI TECHNOLOGY TO HANDLE COMPLEX MEMBER AND PROVIDER INTERACTIONS
CTO, Health Plan Solutions, NTT DATA
KUMAR SRINIVAS
Moderator
Partner, Head of Digital Experience Americas, everis
PEDRO JAVIER LÓPEZ
MARCH 3
rd
WATCH THE CONTENT
This panel will address the impacts of the healthcare industry changes and the paths that are being created one year after the beginning of the largest global health crisis. The pandemic brought up many healthcare system weaknesses and further emphasized its social importance and the need to adopt new processes and technologies.

The growing demands required a restructuring, including a management restructuring, to ensure effective and safe care for patients and professionals.
BUSINESS IMPACTS ON THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY IN THE POST-PANDEMIC SCENARIO
OPENING PANEL
03 . 03
04 . 03
02 . 03
Health is essential, one of the fundamental pillars of life. In recent years, we have witnessed and participated in the evolution of health systems driven by technological advances, scientific innovation, and cultural changes of patients and society.
Partner, Global Head of Public Sector & Healthcare Head of Insurance Americas
ALEJANDRO MORÁN
Moderator
Sanitary doctor and
professor at FSP-USP, former president of ANVISA
GONZALO VECINA NETO
Interoperability has been a hot topic in the healthcare industry lately. It means integrating information systems and software applications, which promotes data exchange and presents an integral view of health care, from a broader perspective of assistance, to achieve greater efficiency.

It also brings challenges that must overcome. We must consider the commitment of those involved in making this transparency possible, making the right investments, and using solutions that secure standardization and supporting data security. A large dataset of sensitive information in the healthcare industry must be protected against leaks and unauthorized access. Thus, it is essential to have a consistent discussion, and in this panel, we will have different visions and experiences to discuss this topic.
CHALLENGES AND BENEFITS OF INTEROPERABILITY FOR THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
Head of Health at everis Brazil
KÁTIA GALVANE
Partner and Head of Health and Public Sector Business Unit at everis Portugal
RICARDO CONSTANTINO
Moderator
MARCH 2
nd
General Director of Hospital Management Systems, Ministry of Health, Province of Córdoba
JUAN MARTÍN GOMEZ
Chief Technology Officer at Americas Medical Services
   ALEX JULIAN
CHALLENGES OF CONNECTED HEALTH
Global Head of Health
everis Europe
ALBERTO BORREGO
Moderator
MARCH 4
th
Medical Director of the São Paulo Regional - Oncology D’Or
ANTONIO CARLOS ONOFRE DE LIRA
Chief Medical Officer (CMO) do UnitedHealth Group Brasil
CHARLES SOULEYMAN
The concept of Population Health Management (PHM) proposes a change in the way of treating collective health so that the provision of medical care is added to the implementation of comprehensive methodologies to separate risks and systematically collect data, allowing the analysis of the impact of health determinants and the awareness of the risk of a population, with a focus on defining actions through good practices and measuring results based on population indicators.

Experts will attend this meeting on the topic. We will discuss how PHM integrates and coordinates the components of population health management, acknowledging and respecting the culture and environment of the relevant population.
PREVENTION AND POPULATION HEALTH: A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE    
Head of Health
at everis Brazil
KÁTIA GALVANE
Moderator
Director of Strategy, Partnerships and Market at Sharecare
GENTIL JORGE ALVES
São Bernardo do Campo Municipal Health Secretary, President of the Council of Municipal Health Secretaries of the State of São Paulo - COSEMS / SP
GERALDO REPLE SOBRINHO
MARCH 4
th
Program Manager and Health Promotion, UnitedHealth Group
LÍVIA DE ALMEIDA FALLER
To promote discussions on the way we are living such transformation and, especially, the knowledge that guides us to this new scenario, everis will promote an international digital meeting: Digital Health Conference, an event with various panels to discuss the impacts and experiences the health industry has faced over the last months and an analysis of the future.
Considering the impact of critical care during the pandemic, it is time to think about the priorities we have to address, not only regarding potential new pandemic situations but also to the future:
Organizing critical care services and the impact of online data and telemedicine; the impact of the availability of advanced data analysis, AI, and predictive algorithms on critical care activities; the ways that technology can humanize critical care or the necessary cooperation between medical staff and technology companies to enhance R&D in the clinical area.
CHALLENGES OF INNOVATION APPLIED TO CRITICAL CARE
Chief Medical Information Officer everis Health and NTT Data Company
EDUARDO VIRGIL
Moderator
Senior Critical Care Medicine; Parc Taulí Health Corporation; Director of Research and Innovation; Director of I3PT - Parc Taulí Research and Innovation; Institute Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Barcelona
LLUÍS BLANCH
Head of the Critical Care and Emergency Service of the Virgen del Roció University Hospital
FRANCISCO MURILLO CABEZAS
MARCH 3
rd
Head of the Anesthesiology and Resuscitation Service of the General University Hospital of Elda
CALIXTO SANCHES
MARCH 2
OPENING PANEL
nd
Managing Director of Bradesco Saúde
FLÁVIO BITTER
Learn how conversational AI can deliver results for a provider contact center .

Review some of the omni-channel capabilities that are being piloted in a case study with a large US health plan and explore how virtual agents work in a complex environment full of jargon and clinical terminology. Understand the interaction and end-user experience necessary to ensure increased adoption and ongoing feedback.
CONVERSATIONAL AI TECHNOLOGY TO HANDLE COMPLEX MEMBER AND PROVIDER INTERACTIONS
CTO, Health Plan Solutions, NTT DATA
KUMAR SRINIVAS
Moderator
Partner, Head of Digital Experience Americas, everis
PEDRO JAVIER LÓPEZ
MARCH 3
rd
CIO Bupa Chile
JORGE MUJICA