Healthcare Analytics Summit 2014 Healthcare Analytics Summit 2014
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Join us at HAS'16 – September 6-8, 2016 in Salt Lake City

Thank you for joining us for another unforgettable HAS experience! Look at all the fun we had together! Can you find any pictures of yourself?

Our Journey to Outcomes Improvement

Healthcare analytics is quickly becoming the most important and foundational competency needed to support healthcare transformation. However, in order to live up to expectations, effective analytics must quickly go beyond conventional dashboard and reporting capabilities and deliver fundamental insights needed to deliver lasting and meaningful outcomes improvement.

At the Healthcare Analytics Summit 2015 we enjoyed hearing from leading experts and health systems who shared best practices on how to use analytics to improve outcomes. We were captivated by numerous case study sessions covering a variety of clinical and financial outcomes improvement examples. And just as important, we were able to learn from the special focus on sharing leadership, culture, and organizational best practices that are often neglected but truly critical in motivating others to make the changes needed for a data-driven healthcare model.

With the winning combination of analytics and leadership we are well-equipped to continue on our collective journey to outcomes improvement.

Featured Keynotes & Speakers

Thank you for listening to these world-renowned industry leaders as they shared their experience in leadership and innovation lessons that can apply to healthcare. We also enjoyed attending breakout sessions with leading healthcare executives as they shared their best practices for using data to improve outcomes. The speakers listed below are just the beginning of an extensive lineup of healthcare analytics experts that we had the privilege of hearing from at HAS '15.

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Ed Catmull

Co-founder of Pixar, President of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios
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Jim Collins

Best Selling Author including Built to Last, Good to Great, and Great By Choice
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Daryl Morey

Houston Rockets’ General Manager, Managing Director of Basketball Operations
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Amir Dan Rubin

President and Chief Executive Officer, Stanford Health Care
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Timothy G. Ferris, MD, MPH

Senior Vice President for Population Health Management, Partners HealthCare
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Timothy Sielaff, MD, PhD, FACS

Chief Medical Officer,
Allina Health
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Dan Burton

Chief Executive Officer, Health Catalyst
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Caleb Stowell, MD

Vice-President Research and Development, International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM), Senior Researcher, Harvard Business School

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There are 8 key reasons to attend HAS’15


1 - Industry-Leading Keynote Speakers

We are truly excited to hear this year’s keynote speakers. Jim Collins is the leading authority on transformational leadership. Daryl Morey is the “Moneyball” analytics champion in the NBA. Ed Catmull will be our closing keynote speaker, sharing his experiences on developing innovative and creative organizations. Then we’ll add healthcare keynote speakers from leading health systems such as Stanford, Partners, Allina for a great combination of analytics and leadership insights.
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2 - CME accreditation for clinicians - NEW THIS YEAR

We are particularly pleased to announce that HAS ’15 qualifies as a continuing medical education (CME) activity. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.*

3 - More Case Study Sessions

We have significantly increased the number and variety of health system case studies addressing a wider range of clinical, technical, operational, and financial examples. We will provide a consistent, pragmatic approach to sharing best practices and key learnings to help you accelerate the learning curve in your organization.

4 - Hands-On Experiences for Teams or Individuals

Lectures alone are insufficient for real learning, so we will continue to provide experiences where you can engage in team-based activities, role-plays and discussions. We introduced the concept of “ah ha” experiences last year, and we’ll continue to use interesting educational examples, vignettes, and audience-based activities to demonstrate key principles in fun and memorable ways. Bring your entire team for the greatest impact or come alone and we’ll organize you into ad-hoc teams.

5 - Analytics-Driven Engagement

Analytics will continue to flow through the three-day summit touching every aspect of the agenda. We are already building our next version of the HAS event application for each attendee. We’ll have innovations in our real-time polling, networking, question and answer, and gamification experiences and some new interactions and analytics using i-beacon location sensing technology.

6 - Networking

We’ll give you more time and options this year to network with each other, using analytics in creative ways to allow you to find and connect with more people.

7 - Pre-Summit Classes and Training

This year we will provide an early half-day of pre-session classes and training options specifically for Health Catalyst clients. These will occur separately from the general HAS'15 general industry sessions.

8 - Affordable and Packed With Value

We have expanded the variety and types of information presented while keeping the summit more affordable than any other similar event we know of. We especially want this summit to be optimized for teams and know that keeping it very affordable helps for more team attendance.

*Accreditation Statement: The UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Healthcare Analytics Summit starts today and we are completely full. We can no longer accept any request to attend submissions. Thank you for your amazing interest in HAS ’15. We hope you can join us next year.

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