Thank you to the 66 individuals from Engineering and the Health Sciences who attended “When Health Care Meets Engineering”, January 12, 2017. Similar to the August Roundtable, engineering novel healthcare systems to optimize workflow and management of information was a common focus across the research themes. Data quality, data meaning and the sheer volume of data were identified as significant research opportunities. Given the clinical focus and attention to the Quadruple Aim, patient engagement and human-centered design of technology for clinical use by individuals and within teams were also identified as cross-theme research areas. Additionally, clinical participants expressed interest in the opportunity new engineering methods, models and algorithms pose in the areas of 1) forecasting (needs identification and anticipation), 2) sensing, 3) remote monitoring, 4) machine learning, 5) technology implementation, 6) workflow and workload management, and 7) feedback and learning. The Executive Summary of the event can be accessed here.