Each year attendees enjoy presentations from some of the industry’s top thought leaders and this year is no different. We will announce our full slate of speakers closer to the event.


Chris Dancy

Chris Dancy — The World’s Most Connected Human

The Internet of Humanity – How ephemeral data becomes age old wisdom

Health and wellness pioneer, healthcare technology leader and entrepreneur, Christopher Dancy is frequently referred to as “the world’s most connected human.” Since the 1990s, when he was responsible for platform and technical development for the internet startup of WebMD, he has helped launch a number of successful startup companies in the technology and healthcare industries while serving in digital product development, senior management and leadership roles. He has been featured on the cover of Businessweek and as “patient zero in the digital health revolution” for the Showtime documentary series Dark Net, and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, NPR, the BBC, Fox News and Wired.

As a personal health visionary and innovator, utilizing up to 700 sensors, self-diagnostic devices, applications and services to track, analyze and optimize personal health management – from caloric intake to spiritual well-being, he is able to demonstrate the connections of otherwise invisible data and forecast a transformation that will soon take place in consumer health and nutrition, healthcare business and beyond. His credits will include “author” with the forthcoming release of a manifesto and autobiography via St. Martin’s Press entitled “I Am You Tomorrow.


SCOTT SWIDERSKY, Vice President of Enterprise Content Management, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. President, DocPoint Solutions and MIKE RATIGAN, Vice President of Sales

CASE STUDY: #1 Shane Perry, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) and NATHAN DULL, IT Specialist, Agency SharePoint Project Manager at the CMS

0 to 100 with SharePoint – How to Manage Information in Motion

Shane Perry

Shane Perry is an IT Specialist at the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) in the Office of Information Technology. He is the agency COR for SharePoint. Prior to that, Shane worked for two years in the Office of Support Services and Operations at CMS where he served as the SharePoint administrator for the office. Shane co-leads the CMS SharePoint Power User Work group and serves as a member of both the SharePoint Development and Management SharePoint group and the CMS SharePoint Steering Committee. These groups have allowed him to innovate, advocate, and share new advanced SharePoint capabilities and solutions across the agency. Before his time with CMS he worked as a SharePoint administrator with the Transportation Security Agency for two years.

Nathan Dull

Nathan Dull is an Information Technology Specialist at the Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid Services (CMS) in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) where he is currently the SharePoint Project Manager for the agency. Nathan actively co-leads the CMS SharePoint Power User working group and serves as a member on both the SharePoint Steering Committee and the Change Control Board. Within these groups, Nathan innovates, advocates, and shares new advanced SharePoint capabilities and technical solutions across the CMS agency. Before working at OIT, he worked for three years at the Center for Program Integrity (CPI) as the SharePoint Administrator, as well as the Command Center Technical Lead. Before working at CMS, he spent 10 years developing, creating, and managing large scale live technical event productions across the United States.

CASE STUDY: #2 PATRICIA REILLY, Director, CDER Ethics Liaison Staff at FDA and OLIVIA STEWART, SharePoint/Nintex Architect, DocPoint Solutions

How To Redesign a Moving System

Patricia Reilly

Patricia Reilly is the Director of the CDER Ethics Liaison Staff at the FDA. In this capacity, Pat leads her team in providing support and guidance to employees to ensure they are compliant with federal ethics rules and regulations involving participation in outside activities, financial disclosure requirements, prohibited financial interests, post-government employment prohibitions and ethics training requirements while meeting CDER’s mission.

Olivia Stewart

Olivia Stewart is a SharePoint and Nintex Architect for DocPoint Solutions. With a background in systems administration and data analysis, she specializes in designing minimally customized SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 and Office 365 solutions for business intelligence, content management, integration and business process engineering.