Analytics as a Collaboration Platform
3 Part Series - Presented by
Many hospitals and provider organizations have realized that cross-departmental collaboration is a requirement in the new landscape of ACOs, value-based payments, and shared savings. Recognizing the need for collaboration is only just a first step: organizations need to provide a tool that enables collaboration. Many have concluded that their analytics platform is that tool.
This three-part series will examine key building blocks for transforming an organization from one with a static report mentality to one fueled by insights gleaned from analysis. Examples of organizations that have successfully used their analytics platform as a change agent will be highlighted throughout.
Session 1 - May 17:
Changing the Way Care Is Delivered
Individual provider organizations are realizing significant gains by aligning departmentally and at the organization level through a common analytics platform. And in turn, they are changing the way their organizations deliver and manage patient care.
Using examples from NGOs and non-profits across the globe, we will show how a shared analytics platform can enable disparate organizations (think of your own departmental boundaries) to collectively share data to achieve higher ROI and reach more beneficiaries through effective data collection and analysis.
Session 2 - September 14:
A Visual Analytics Platform without Walls
Visual analytics and reporting are only as good as the accuracy and the speed with which decision makers can move.
Session 3 - September 28:
Starting the Analytics Journey While Still in School
The Qlik Academic Program. Free licenses, training for qualifying higher education entities. Learn how recent grads with analytics experience can impact the culture of your team. Speakers: Speakers:
- Eric K. Pennington, Healthcare Strategy and Solutions
- Julie Whipple, Global Director, Corporate Social Responsibility
- Chris Sault, Director Healthcare Northeast