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Session 11 – Breakout Sessions

Choose one of four options:

Perseverance in Innovation: Creating a CAR-T Cell Therapy Service Line (Room 103)
with Eva Brandes, Ray Frick, Sara Hoheisel, Gina Lange, Allison Matthews, Mindy Mickelson, Lindsey Peterson, Nancy Pick, and Steve Viker, Mayo Clinic

The true challenge of innovation in health care lies in the ability to steward good ideas through implementation. Panelists responsible for the development of Mayo Clinic’s CAR-T Cell Therapy service line will share difficult lessons learned and key insights that will help your team navigate opportunities to improve the patient experience.

A Modern Approach to Designing for Human Behavior: Valid (Room 105)
with Denny Royal, MentorMate, and Kyra Bobinet, M.D., engagedIN

Health care technology differs from other kinds of tech, and requires a new approach. Learn the tools and methods and contribute to the ongoing development of Valid, a new methodology that combines science, design, and technology in a way that addresses human behavior to produce relevant results and impact.

AI and the Common ECG: Pathways to Improving Health (Room 104)
with Paul Friedman, M.D., Suraj Kapa, M.D., Peter Noseworthy, M.D., and Itzhak Zachi Attia, Mayo Clinic; and Subbu Venkatraman, Ph.D., Eko

AI and machine learning help clinicians extract novel insights from widely available and cost-effective clinical tests such as the electrocardiogram. Learn from Mayo Clinic physicians, engineers, and other health care professionals on how these algorithms can be taken from research, to practice, to widescale application.

Health Care Data: What Does It Really Mean to People? (Room 102)
with Martha Durrett, Ben Fry, Ph.D., Olivia Glennon, and Anisha Nakagawa, Fathom Information Design

Enormous troves of information are now available in electronic medical records that can help us better understand broad patient populations. Learn how to positively harness this information, avoid ignoring key gaps in the data, and examine how a user-centered design process can help ensure data is more accessible to patients and providers.