Interoperability Showcase

October 16, 6:30am, UTC - 10:30am, UTC

Phoenix Country Club
2901 North 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014



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Showcase Lineup:

- Connections AZ
- Behavioral Health Information Network of Arizona (BHINAZ)
- Helix Health and Wellness
- Arizona Health-e Connection

Use Cases:

#1: See how Physical Health Data flows from a hospital, to the HIE and to a specialty provider in the form of an alert that allows the provider to help reduce re-admissions.

#2: See how valuable Behavioral Health data can be made available in a crisis.

#3: See how data is exchanged with other HIE’s.

#4: See how data exchange is critical for telehealth providers.


Panelists for a moderated Q and A session:



Mario Lippy110

Mario Lippy, Psy.D., Children’s Clinical Director at the Catalina Health Center for Jewish Family & Children's Service

Mario Lippy, Psy.D., is the Children’s Clinical Director at the Catalina Health Center for Jewish Family & Children’s Service. Dr. Lippy has been employed with JFCS since 2009, and he is responsible for the clinical, administrative, and supervisory oversight for all services delivered to child clients and their families. He has an extensive background in children’s mental health with clinical experience in agencies including Southwest Behavioral Health, ValueOptions, and St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Hospital. Dr. Lippy provides clinical collaboration to coordinate JFCS services with other involved agencies such as Arizona Department of Child Safety (ADES), Probation and Parole Departments, Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), schools, and other providers.


David Dimond110

David Dimond, Chief Technology Officer - Global Healthcare Business at EMC

EMC’s Global Healthcare Business focuses on delivery of cloud based platforms for healthcare and life sciences and big data solutions for vertical markets. Before joining EMC, Dave was a strategic advisor to several healthcare ISVs, startups, and investment banks while co-founding, a cloud based platform for patient experience mining and networked medical discovery. WhatNext is the social media platform for the American Cancer Society and several other healthcare and life science organizations. Overall, Dave has 15 years of Management Consulting experience and was a Vice President, Technical Master and National Practice Leader at the leading Healthcare and Life Sciences firm First Consulting Group. Dave has written numerous articles, technical papers, book chapters, and has taught a number of technology courses over his extensive career. He has a MS in Engineering Management from Northeastern University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. He is an Adjunct Professor at the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College in the MBA program with a focus on the business of healthcare technology and analytics. Dave is the Chairman the Health Delivery Institute Advisory Board at Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he guides the growth of their Living Laboratory for applied healthcare research and development.


Geoff Duke110

Geoff Duke, Vice President Clinical Applications at Banner Health

Geoff has over 20 years of experience in Healthcare Technology and consulting, within a variety of care delivery and operating models. Geoff’s experience spans laboratory medicine, occupational health, federal healthcare delivery, managed behavioral health as well as leading Information Technology within Integrated Delivery Networks. Geoff has just recently joined Banner Health as Vice President, Clinical Applications. Prior to Banner, Geoff managed a portfolio of Health IT for Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City UT.








 David Baker, Senior Technical Architect at Scottsdale Health Partners

David Baker is the Enterprise Architect for Scottsdale Health Partners (SHP). As the Enterprise Architect, he is responsible for Information Technology architecture, technology decisions and directly engaged in the Health Information Exchange (HIE) for SHP. He joined SHP as Senior Technical Architect in April, 2014. David has over 13 years of experience in Healthcare leading information technology, process/workflow improvement, architecture, and integration projects. Additionally, he has over five years of experience in directly leading several state and internal HIE implementations. David started his career in Healthcare leading several major technology initiatives with Valley Radiologists in Phoenix, AZ, back in 2002.