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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

Welcome Letter


Greg Gillespie
Conference Host
Linda Kloss

Conference Chair


The pressure is on for health care organizations to answer a few seemingly basic questions: What services were needed? What services were provided? What did they cost?

In the fee-for-service payment model and fragmented care continuum, it was enough to count what you did. But that was yesterday. Market forces have aligned to drive wholesale changes in how care is delivered, analyzed and paid for. The foundation of all those efforts is analytics, a mixture of skills and tools enabling health care organizations to use their data to tell a clinical and financial story.  Analytics reveal what clinical practices are most effective, how optimal treatments equate to lower costs, and demonstrate the tangible health benefits to patients—ultimately improving health to populations.

Organizations that don’t understand and can’t get access to their data can’t compete nor stay liquid in an environment dictated by accountable care, bundled payments, medical homes, meaningful use, and regulations that turn off reimbursement for preventable readmissions.

The urgent need to deploy and utilize analytics is the reason Health Data Management is hosting the Healthcare Analytics Symposium & Expo. We speak to clinicians, payers and health information and technology leaders on a daily basis. They tell us their No. 1 priority is getting analytics in play.  And it should be yours.  

We’ve assembled a top-notch speaker faculty who are in the trenches, making investments in analytics, and reaping the benefits.  These presentations include:

  • The use of analytics for population care management and how these by-the-numbers efforts are impacting the health and well-being of communities
  • Understanding different types of analytical tools and approaches to data management and use
  • Gauging if your organization is ready to make analytics happen, and decisions about staffing, resources and technology that need to be made before embarking on an enterprise analytics initiative
  • The payer perspective about how analytics will reshape their clinical and financial operations, and how those efforts mesh with the work being done on the provider side

Grace Terrell, M.D., CEO of the large multispecialty group Cornerstone Health Care and a featured speaker at the symposium, notes that we are at the beginning of the biggest transformation of any industry in the history of the United States. Consider this your invitation to join us for an event that will provide pioneering, real-world examples of how that transformation is taking place. Make your reservation now to join us in July.