Designed for healthcare professionals with little or no experience in analytics, learn what healthcare analytics is and how it can be used to drive improvements. Take away a plan to:
Master the basics to get started in healthcare analytics.
To be successful, your analytics programs need to be supported with strategy. Develop your strategic plan to leverage analytics and meet performance targets. Create a blueprint to:
Implement a cohesive analytics strategy to achieve healthcare quality improvement initiatives.
Canada spends $225 billion on healthcare annually, but it’s not clear that this is money well spent. This demands a frank conversation on how to measure performance and who to hold accountable. Gain insights on:
Assess the state of the Canadian healthcare industry to improve your performance and accountability.
Analytics offer a multitude of opportunities for improvement in the Canadian healthcare system, but a national dialogue is needed to take advantage of them. Hear insights from a variety of stakeholders, and learn how your organization can benefit from analytics. Source a plan to:
Overcome industry challenges and seize opportunities to improve your healthcare outcomes.
This session showcases a series of high-impact use cases critical to today’s providers and healthcare professionals. The talk introduces a state-of-the-art advanced analytics and Azure Machine Learning platform that provides accessible predictions related to patient outcomes around a series of clinical applications.
Gain insights on:
Leverage machine learning to drive actionable and favorable outcomes.
Community Business Intelligence is an initiative that provides community health service providers with a tool for reporting at the individual, HSP, sector, and LHIN levels. Understand your clients’ use of services and capacity across and between sectors better. Develop a plan to:
Improve data quality and reporting in your organization with business intelligence.
Payment reforms have been put forward as a means of decreasing costs while increasing the quality of healthcare delivery. Apply analytical methods to see how payment reforms can impact your organization. Gain insights on how to:
Assess the effectiveness of payment reforms and their impact on your organization.
Engage with leaders in the field of analytics to expand your network and gain fresh perspectives. Quick rotations will help you break the ice as you get to know your fellow delegates. Bring your business cards, make new connections and build your knowledge!
Healthcare organizations often think expensive, proprietary tools are essential to cutting-edge health analytics at any scale. Free, open source tools can enable even small organizations to achieve actionable insights quickly and inexpensively. Gain expert insights on how to:
Learn the advantages of a free, open source approach to health analytics in your organization.
Healthcare organizations have long produced and collected vast amounts of data, but only now are they developing the capabilities to analyze and understand it. Take advantage of big data to cut waste, enhance decisions and improve patient care in your organization. Create a blueprint to:
Leverage big data in your organization for better healthcare delivery.
To date, CCO has applied disparate approaches to the implementation and management of its data and analytics assets, practices, and technology that enable information generation and utilization. Explore how CCO has set a strategic path to mitigate identified risks, exploit the value of the data, generate insights that enable informed decision-making and enable CCO’s evolution as an evidence-based thought leader. Learn about how the strategy evolved through the completion of the following activities:
Take away experienced perspectives to help you develop your data and analytics strategy.
Predictive analytics offer a means to predict which patients are at risk of medical emergency and to provide care before it becomes critical. Anticipate your patients’ needs to treat them proactively. Develop a plan to:
Apply analytics to treat your patients proactively and improve outcomes.
Segmentation analytics allow healthcare organizations to tailor service delivery to meet the needs of diverse patients. Apply this method to target the specific needs of particular patient segments better. Create a strategy to:
Implement population health segmentation analytics to deliver tailored healthcare services to your patients.
Quality information can only be developed from quality data. However, many organizations struggle to collect quality data. Improve your data input to enhance your information output. Source best practices to:
Develop your strategy for better data collection and improved results.
Don’t miss this exclusive end-of-day gathering with conference speakers and attendees! Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Unwind, mingle and build relationships that will benefit you in the years to come. Bring your business cards.
Cold, hard data does not lie – or so we would believe. The reality is more complicated and there is a danger of generating data that fits your decision-making, rather than supporting it. Get an inside account on how to:
Improve your healthcare decision-making with meaningful data.
Looking abroad, to international healthcare systems, helps assess healthcare delivery in Canada. Assess how your healthcare organization stacks up on a global scale. Gather insights on how to:
Implement best practices to improve your healthcare delivery.
Technological advancements in Big Data and IoT analytics allow healthcare providers new access to a wealth of untapped health-related data. Images, hand-written case notes, audio, video, telemedicine photos, comments in forums, questions on medical sites, and social media postings all represent a potent source of patient-level data that can be processed from its raw form into structured formats that become powerful predictors. Gain insights on:
Incorporate new sources of data with existing EMR data to drive outcomes.
Electronic health records are designed to support the care of individual patients, but collectively they hold the promise of providing invaluable data for researchers. Improve the way your organization uses EHRs to drive research. Create an action plan to:
Access information in your electronic health records to support research.
Data is everywhere in healthcare, yet many organizations struggle with how to turn their operational data into strategic, actionable insights. Explore how you can leverage your organization’s data to support quality improvement and inform executive decision making. Create a roadmap to:
Employ data to improve the quality of your healthcare delivery and decision making.
Analytics allow clinicians to proactively identify and manage patients with a high risk of readmission. Apply analytics to improve your patient outcomes and maximize limited resources. Develop best practices to:
Reduce costs and maximize resources by limiting readmissions using analytics.
Analytics typically provide a retrospective snapshot of clinical information, which may be untimely or out-of-date. Real-time analytics will provide your organization with instantaneous information to support immediate decisions. Take away solutions to:
Apply analytics in real time to improve your wait times.
Dr. Ewan Affleck was made a member of the order of Canada for his pioneering work in electronic medical records. Hear how he is applying analytics to improve healthcare delivery in remote areas and source innovative solutions for your own organization. Gain expert insights on how to:
Enhance the quality of your healthcare delivery with analytics.
Work collaboratively with your peers to identify common issues associated with healthcare analytics programs. Source best practices and develop your own strategy to overcome these issues.
The availability of biomedical data from different data sources makes necessitates new methods that enable both clinicians and researchers to access information that is not only meaningful in their assessments but also provides critical insights. Text mining when used in conjunction with domain specific ontology (e.g. WordNet) provides more meaningful insights since it has already reduced the ambiguity that is prevalent in your databases. Source strategies on how to:
Leverage biomedical data to improve your insights.
Building support for analytics means developing a culture of measurement in healthcare. Develop a strategy to build support in your organization. Source best practices to:
Gain organizational support for analytics in your organization.