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Who Should Attend

-Hospital, Health System and Clinic executives

-Health Information Managers

-Health Plans/Payers executives
Titles include:

  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief Medical Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Quality Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Medical Directors

-VPs, Directors, Managers of

  • Quality Analysis
  • Quality Improvement
  • Risk Management
  • Analytics
  • Data Analytics
  • Clinical Analytics
  • Informatics
  • Health Information Technologies
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Track: Operational Efficiency View Track


Rick Schooler, Vice President & CIO, ORLANDO HEALTH

 Healthcare organizations are challenged to progress beyond departmental and functional reporting and decision support toward integrated, enterprise-level analytics. 

To do so requires management consensus, establishing effective governance, hiring qualified professionals, procuring capable technology and migrating from historical data management patterns. Most leaders across the industry acknowledge the critical need for this transition to take place, yet many will struggle because they’ll focus on changing technology rather than culture. 

Few organizations today have truly pursued an enterprise approach to analytics, most giving favor to functional or departmental agendas and priorities.  Those who succeed will confidently demonstrate more unified and integrated command and use of their data. 

Doing so will require a seismic shift for many toward the reality of a "single source of truth" as well as the use of advanced analytics methods and techniques.  Can your organization make it happen?

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