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Sumita Yadav

Vice President, Cardiovascular and Orthopedic Service Lines | Catholic Health Services of Long Island Melville, United States of America
Sumita Yadav

Biography

Sumita is passionate about helping shape pro-clinician and pro-patient policies. She is a recognized expert in delivery excellence with over one decade of experience including several major turn-around initiatives. She is actively involved in empowering future healthcare leaders.

Sessions

18:15h
Parallel Session | Congress Healthcare

HC-05 – Health Care Security Panel

Sumita Yadav
Sumita Yadav Catholic Health Services of Long Island Vice President, Cardiovascular and Orthopedic Service Lines
Gaurav Shukla
Gaurav Shukla DeloitteTouche Tohmatsu India LLP Partner
Robert Dobson
Robert Dobson Device Authority Director of Technology
Mohamed Sohail
Mohamed Sohail Dell Technologies Senior Engineer, Solutions Architecture
29-10-2019 18:15 29-10-2019 19:00 Europe/Madrid HC-05 – Health Care Security Panel

Healthcare IOT requires that security never be treated as an afterthought. Thus, new investments in these technologies often raise red flags in many healthcare organizations. Learn from a panel of insiders how to avoid common pitfalls to get your projects successfully funded and implemented.

Room 4
Tue 29 18:15h - 19:00h Room 4
18:15h
Parallel Session | Congress Open Industry

OI-13 – Voices from the Edge: The Shift from Sensor Intelligence-Gathering to Real-World Enterprise Solutions

Timothy Scannell
Timothy Scannell International Data Corporation Director of Strategic Content, CIO Executive Council
Douglas Saunders
Douglas Saunders Advanced Disposal Services VP and CIO
Nicole Coughlin Raimundo
Nicole Coughlin Raimundo Town of Cary, North Carolina Chief Information and Marketing Officer
Sumita Yadav
Sumita Yadav Catholic Health Services of Long Island Vice President, Cardiovascular and Orthopedic Service Lines
30-10-2019 18:15 30-10-2019 19:00 Europe/Madrid OI-13 – Voices from the Edge: The Shift from Sensor Intelligence-Gathering to Real-World Enterprise Solutions

Worldwide spending on IoT will reach $745B this year with an expected 14.2B connected IoT devices in operation.  So, it’s no surprise that most every company in the world has IoT systems in place or is at least thinking about how they might be included as part of an overall enterprise strategy.  Most deployments will incorporate intelligence at the edge to pre-process collected data - expected to amount to more than 79 zettabytes by 2025, according to IDC. Join us as end-users on the frontline of enterprise initiatives voice their opinions on key areas in enterprise IoT deployments. The discussion will focus on what is technically effective and socially acceptable, including data ownership, privacy, regulatory compliance and even algorithmic bias – all important as new regulations take shape and laws put in place that dictate just who controls IoT devices and the data they generate.

Auditorium
Wed 30 18:15h - 19:00h Auditorium
13:50h
Parallel Session | Women and Diversity in Industry Open Industry

OI-14 Navigating the Executive Ladder

Helena Lisachuk
Helena Lisachuk Deloitte Consulting Global Lead, IoT
Leila Dillon
Leila Dillon Ameresco VP Marketing & Communications
Kimberly Green-Kerr
Kimberly Green-Kerr Sprint Executive Vice President, Sprint Business
Mandy Chung
Mandy Chung Women in IoT Co-Founder
Nicole Bulgarino
Nicole Bulgarino Ameresco Executive Vice President, Federal
Sumita Yadav
Sumita Yadav Catholic Health Services of Long Island Vice President, Cardiovascular and Orthopedic Service Lines
Nicole Hagopian
Nicole Hagopian The Walt Disney Company Manager, Business Development, Corporate Alliances
30-10-2019 13:50 30-10-2019 14:40 Europe/Madrid OI-14 Navigating the Executive Ladder

The face of Industry and IoT is changing. This once homogeneous field is becoming more diverse than ever before. Learn from a panel of female leaders how they got where they are today and the obstacles they had to overcome on their journey. The panel will include representatives from large, international companies as well as the public sector. 

Room 5
Wed 30 13:50h - 14:40h Room 5
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