Join us at HAS 17 – September 12-14, 2017 in Salt Lake City

Analytics Walkabout

The Analytics Walkabout was first introduced last year and is back by popular demand for HAS 16. This year’s experience will consist of 32 different analytics-driven projects featured at individual stations.

Attendees will be able to talk to front-line leaders at each station twice during HAS 16. The first Analytics Walkabout session will be during the Tuesday evening registration reception starting at 6:00 p.m. The second session will be during the Wednesday morning breakfast session prior to the opening of the general opening session. These Analytics Walkabout stations are intended to be 10-minute sessions where you can quickly learn about analytics-related projects across a wide variety of clinical, financial, technical and leadership topics. Outcomes improvement often consists of a multitude of smaller, agile projects. We want to provide a wide variety of different projects, tailored for many different team member roles and types. Our intent is to provide something for everyone.

Walkabout Stations

Analyzing Patient Data to Improve Colon Cancer Outcomes
Eric Thrailkill, Kimberly Franks, MBA, Meg Morgan
Bleeding Risk Assessment Decreases Complications and Costs
Denise Mueller, Pam Rush, Chelsey Thomas, Katherine Foag
Allina Health
Clinical Hierarchy Provides Structure to Support Clinical Programs
Jim Balbach
Community Health Network
Correlating Interventions with Outcomes to Enable Adoption
Scotta Orr
Mission Health
Cost Savings: ICU Avoidance for Cardiovascular Patients
Denise Mueller, Pam Rush, Chelsey Thomas, Katherine Foag
Allina Health
How OneCare Vermont Uses Visualization to Improve Data Quality
Becky Colgan, Leah Fullem
OneCare Vermont
Effective Management of ACO Beneficiary Alignment
Cindy Bero
Partners HealthCare
Effective Use of Video Based Instruction to Foster Adoption of Analytics
Beth Berger
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Embracing Transparency: Valuing Patients as Informed Consumers
Glenn Drayer, Mysti Smith-Bentley
Gaining Actionable Insights Through Improved Costing and Analytics
Dave McCauley
IU Health
How to Significantly Reduce Inpatient Admission Times
Renee Cressionie
Thibodaux AP Program
Improve Sepsis Outcomes with Best Practice Improvement Methodology
Danna Caillouet, Paul Monier
Thibodaux Regional Medical Center
Improving Access through Visibility, Simplicity, and Flexibility
Kristen Wedel
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Improving ACO Measure Performance and Reporting with Analytics
Robert Fields
Mission Health
Improving Patient Care and Safety While Saving $13M
Mark Nelson
Allina Health
Improving Performance on Preventative & Population Health Metrics
Dave Muns, Melody Griffith
Memorial Hospital at Gulfport
Improving Sepsis Care Outcomes and Achieving $4.3M in Cost Savings
James DiAngelo
Piedmont Healthcare
Improving Spine Care Outcomes by Decreasing Cost Variation
Coralyn Malles
Allina Health
Insights to Manage Cost in an At-Risk Environment
Lara Terry
Partners HealthCare
Integrating Data from Heterogeneous EHRS Offers Actionable Insight
Joe Pollman
Community Health Network
Population Health Strategies to Improve Cardiac Health
Gretchen Benson, Rebecca Lindberg
Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation
Practice Variance
Tricia Hannig, BSN, RN
Springfield Clinic
Reducing CLABSIs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Elissa Malcolm, Colin Skinner
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Reducing Costs Through a Nurse Driven Protocol for Post-Op A-fib
Denise Mueller, Pam Rush, Chelsey Thomas, Katherine Foag
Allina Health
Reducing DNFB and A/R days through Automation and Analytics
Mikki Medine and Bernie Clement
Thibodaux Regional Medical Center
Return on Investment of Evidence Based Order Sets on Outcomes
Terri Brown
Texas Children’s Hospital
Successful Strategies for Improving Pneumonia Outcomes
Jess Bouma, Amber Theel
MultiCare Health System
The Power of Predictive Analytics- The Pediatric Rothman Index
Srinivasan Suresh
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
Using Evidence-Based Medicine and Data to Reduce Blood Transfusions
Jenny Hyun
Good Samaritan Hospital
Using PROs to Improve Care, Communication, and Outcomes
Josh Biber
University of Utah
Using Value to Prioritize and Guide Analytics Investments
Tonya Gambrell, MBA, Arun Murugesan
Mission Health
Women’s Health Service Line Improves Clinical Outcomes and Cost
John Comerci, Ismail Naveed