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

Joseph M. Dudas

Division Chair, Enterprise Analytics, Mayo Clinic

As Division Chair of Enterprise Analytics at the Mayo Clinic, Joe Dudas is responsible for providing analytics products for Mayo Clinic Executive, Finance, Physician Insight, Population Health, Quality and Safety as well as Market needs as well as solutions on demand. Mr. Dudas has close to 30 years of experience from various industries, including Healthcare, Retail, IT Outsourcing and Telecommunications. Previous professional experience includes leadership roles at EDS (now HP), AT&T, and Rite Aid Corporation. Mr. Dudas holds a MBA in Accounting and Finance from York College of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor’s in Management Information Systems from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Published Interviews: Modern Healthcare, Medical News Today, Digital Healthcare, Healthcare Business Insights, Healthcare Purchasing News, Materials Management, Healthcare Finance and others. Most Recent Articles: Understanding Electronic Medical Records and Why Analytics Are Needed, May 2016 and Anything but Absolute Zero (with Healthcare Analytics), January 2016, published through Pulse (LinkedIn) About Mayo Clinic Enterprise Analytics: Mayo Clinic’s analytics capability is one of the largest and most sophisticated in the U.S. Enterprise Analytics operates at an enterprise level across three regions of the U.S., and works in partnership with our office of Information and Knowledge Management to leverage our rich and historical database of over 5M patient records and partnerships that provide access to over 100M. We have over 70 staff dedicated to Analytics Consulting, Design, Development and Operations as well as Data Management. About Mayo Clinic: Mayo Clinic, with close to 150 years of service, is one of the most recognized brands in the world as a destination healthcare facility. The three shields of Mayo Clinic represent research, education, and patient care. We are located in primarily three regions of the U.S. and have approximately 3,500 licensed beds. We offer care across 18 major specialties of care, which are all recognized among the best in the country. Mayo Clinic is well known for integrated care and a team approach, where “the needs of the patient always come first.”

9 - Building an Enterprise Analytics Organization (Case Study)

Joseph M. Dudas (Division Chair, Enterprise Analytics, Mayo Clinic)

Session Overview

This session will focus on Mayo Clinic’s most recent refresh of their Enterprise Analytics five-year business plan. Attendees will see the results of a comprehensive assessment that was done 12 months ago, what Mayo Clinic had planned to do to address gaps, and how it is doing now (both successes and shortcomings). Instead of the technology itself, this presentation will focus on how to structure your organization to get the most out of your technology investments.

According to Mayo Clinic’s assessment, 90 percent of analyst time is spent gathering information and producing reports, and only 10 percent is spent gaining insights and making suggestions. Joe will also talk about their strategy to address analytics needs in days or weeks, as opposed to months or years.