Challenges, Best Practices and the Future of Healthcare Data Analytics

The volume, variety, and velocity of healthcare data are at an all-time high. Navigating all of that information has the potential to transform your services. Read about what our DAHC speakers are working on for 2017 and the value they place in the future of data analytics for healthcare.

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  1. What are the key foundations of a successful data analytics program in the healthcare sector?
  2. What are the common challenges faced by healthcare organizations when implementing data and analytics? Buy-in? Knowledge? Resources?
  3. With the volume, variety, and velocity of healthcare data are at an all-time high, what are best practices for managing your information?
  4. Where do you envision the field of healthcare data and analytics in the next 3 years? 5 years? 10 years and beyond?

Featuring:

Cancer Care Ontario

Kimberly Hill

Group Manager, Enterprise Data & Analytics Governance,
Kimberly Hill

Texas Children’s Hospital

Charles G Macias

Director of the Center for Clinical Effectiveness & Evidence Based Outcomes Center,
Charles G Macias MD, MPH

Alberta Health Services

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Director, Reporting Services, Analytics,
Monica Hess

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Eric Sutherland

Director, Information Management Strategy and Policy,
Eric Sutherland

The Hospital for Sick Children

Ladan Dadgar

The Hospital for Sick Children,
Ladan Dadgar

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Siamak Tenzif

Director, Decision Support and Health Information,
Siamak Tenzif

Cancer Care Ontario

Simon Tavasoli

Senior Business Analytics Lead,
Simon Tavasoli