Agenda - Day 2

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10:00 am

10:00 am

NETWORKING

Enter Networking Lounge, Connect with Your Industry Colleagues

  • Get a good start on the day and make connections with industry leadership
  • Join “drop-in” roundtables on most topical issues
  • Schedule 1-2-1 video meetings with peers
  • Gather essential content at virtual exhibit booths

11:00 am

11:00 am

Review Today’s Schedule with Your Host

Gain insight into today’s key learnings so you can get the most out of your experience and maximize your value. Discuss yesterday’s highlights and map out your day!

11:05 am

11:05 am

Fireside Chat: Data Analytics Evolution

Expand and Evolve Your Data Analytics Program Across the Entire Organization

Establishing an effective data analytics program is a long-term commitment. Prepare your organization by applying strategic solutions to develop and evolve your data analytics program. Incorporate proven methods to:

  • Create a roadmap to address gaps in knowledge and engage your entire organization
  • Improve your organizational adoption rate, including within physician specialists’ practice and other verticals
  • Advance your organizational strategy to move from implementation to a resource service
  • Educate your team on the organizational business model and the objective of your data analytics program

Take away lessons learned and best practices to evolve your data analytics strategy throughout your organization.

11:30 am

11:30 am

Panel: Measurement, Governance and Standardization

Lessons Learned in Setting Measurement, Governance and Standardization Practices Pre and Post Covid-19

How to measure, govern, and deploy data standards across the healthcare industry is a perennial challenge. This has also been challenged by the vast number of new data sets captured since Covid-19. But organizations are racing to establish measuring and reporting criteria on a variety of fronts, including on vaccinations. Join the discussion as we address:
·       The importance of measuring and standardizing data to improve decision making
·       What is the status of data standardization in the healthcare industry
·       How Covid-19 affected data measurement and its implication for standardization and governance
·       What we have learned over the last year, and where we see changes going forward
Gain a better understanding of the current and prospects of a measurement, governance and data standardization.

12:00 pm

12:00 pm

Industry Expert: Real-Time Data

Leverage Real-Time Data to Improve Your Responsiveness

Data lag creates issues in any analytic process but in healthcare it can have critical implications. Amplify your decision-making speed to improve patient outcomes. Explore how to:

  • Design a real-world data program that benefits both the organization and the patient
  • Integrate real-time data into your processes to reduce response times
  • Reduce team communication barriers to provide effective healthcare service
  • Maximize your data capture opportunities and include more relevant patient data

Integrate real-time data into your processes to improve your delivery of care.

12:30 pm

12:30 pm

Primary Care Chronic Disease Surveillance System

Predictive Analytics in Practice: Strategies for Scaling Disease Prevention Through Better Analytics

The increased adoption of EMRs presents a major opportunity to scale predictive analytics to address multiple disease prevention treatments. With experience from working with type 2 diabetes, the implications for prevention algorithms are emerging. Take away practical solutions to:

  • Build functional algorithms that can identify and flag at-risk patients to set up treatment prevention options at scale
  • Address the implications of healthcare cost savings from predictive analytics
  • Adopt a collaborative approach to partner with teams and researchers to build effective predictive models for disease prevention

Gain actionable insights into developing and deploying a predictive analytics program that improves patient health at scale.

1:00 pm

1:00 pm

Industry Expert: Future Care

Healthcare 2050: How to build the foundation now to prepare for future care

Due to increased incidences of chronic diseases, and in some cases declining life expectancy, healthcare costs will continue to rise. Providers must respond to this trend by reversing it, and one of the most powerful ways to accomplish this is through analytics. Learn strategic methods to:

  • Stay ahead of the curve using advanced analytics that specifically target chronic diseases
  • Prepare for the future through a combination of education and data capture/monitoring
  • Arm yourself with the necessary tools to reduce healthcare costs in both the short and long term

Create the foundation you need to address the future costs of healthcare.

1:30 pm

1:30 pm

NETWORKING

Build Relationships, Network and Experience Unparalleled Peer-to-Peer Learning

Expand your network and engage in-depth learning with your peers. Take advantage of any format to further build your knowledge and networking base:

  • “Drop-in” virtual Roundtable chats with up to 15 fellow delegates
  • Cozy 3-4 person discussion
  • Engage in 1:1 video conversation with peers or vendors
  • Vendor solution roundtables

2:00 pm

2:00 pm

Afternoon Keynote: Physician Engagement

Foster the Digital Culture Necessary to Improve Physician Engagement and Fuel Better Data Capture and Analytics

As the primary connection with patients, physicians must diagnose and make the necessary treatment decisions. Physicians therefore play a fundamental role in the capture and use of relevant patient data. But with the addition of extra computer related duties and the added risk of burnout, it is essential to create physician buy-in without overtaxing them. Leave with innovative solutions to:

  • Build systems that will improve physician workflows and treatment options (from private practices to hospitals)
  • Understand how physicians make treatment decisions to better integrate their practices into your data systems
  • Keep track of ongoing issues in order to simplify the process of data collection and utilization for physicians and other administrators

Improve your data analytics program by enhancing physician engagement.

2:30 pm

2:30 pm

Data Analytics Maturity

Analytics in action: Practical Strategies for Spreading and Maturing Your Enterprise-Wide Analytics Program

Weaving data analytics into the fabric of your organization’s culture is no easy feat. Ensure the transition is as streamlined as possible by applying strategic solutions to move from adoption to maturity. Garner industry intelligence to:

  • Foster an analytics culture and building organizational capacity
  • Leverage data from EMR and other sources to continue to deliver insights, optimize service delivery, drive quality improvement and improve outcomes
  • Use real-time data to drive quality improvement and improve patient outcomes (corporate to front-line)
  • Realize operational efficiencies with analytics solutions to improve scheduling and access
  • Track patient pathways and optimize patient flow

Build your enterprise-wide analytics capacity to make analytics solutions actionable 

3:00 pm

3:00 pm

Scalable Analytics

Form a scalable and effective healthcare analytics team to maximize efficiency and gain new insights

With limited resources and a growing demand for analytics in all aspects of healthcare delivery, organizations need to develop a versatile and flexible data analytics team to prepare for future changes in the healthcare sector. Discuss practical strategies to transform your analytics team by:

  • Creating and defining complimentary roles to scale your organization’s data analytics capabilities
  • Developing scalable processes that can adapt and change alongside the organization
  • Embracing emerging tools and technologies to improve efficiencies and gain new insights

Hear key strategies for scaling your data analytics efficiency.

3:30 pm

3:30 pm

Powering Data Innovation

Strategies and Lessons Learned From Seattle Children’s Journey to HIMSS AMAM 7

The journey toward transforming healthcare into a more digital model of care is accelerating. Seattle Children’s analytics 4-year journey to power data innovation has driven equitable action to improve the lives of children and their families. Gain practical strategies to:
  • Develop and evolve your analytics ecosystem – moving from HIMSS AMAM 1 to 7
  • Leverage multi-disciplinary, product oriented delivery teams to power the evolution
  • Apply the lessons learned along the way – and book recommendations to guide your journey

4:00 pm

4:00 pm

Case Study: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Lessons Learned on Managing Clinical Operations During the Covid-19 Pandemic by Focusing on Analytics

Maintaining clinical operations at a high level while also combating Covid-19 rushes, was – and is – an essential requirement for healthcare providers. Ensuring patient safety, timely treatment for those in need, and working to mitigate Covid-19 in the community, requires a great deal of coordination and data. Assess how Johns Hopkins:
·       Continuing patient care during pandemic through enhanced data analytics
·       Strategically ramped up of in-person care while keeping patients safe
·       Uses data analytics to plan for subsequent surges of Covid-19
Gain a better understanding of how to use data analytics to improve your operations and continue patient care even during Covid-19 surges

4:30 pm

4:30 pm

NETWORKING

Networking Extravaganza and Virtual Happy Hour!

  • Meet informally with fellow delegates in “Drop-in” virtual roundtable chats.
  • Engage in 1:1 video conversation with peers or vendors.
  • Connect with fellow delegates as “recommend matches” based on similar interests and business objectives.

5:00 pm

5:00 pm

Conference Adjourns

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