The Healthcare Analytics Summit

HAS 20 is September 1-3 in Salt Lake City, UT
Early Bird Registration Opening on June 2

Rave Reviews From Past Attendees

I can't imagine a better summit. My brain is buzzing with all these new tools, resources, case studies, and innovative ideas and software. I'll be back next year, and if next year is as good as this year, you'll definitely have made a follower for life out of me.
This is by far the best conference I have attended. It was well planned and coordinated. Great job to the team for putting this amazing event together.
Extremely well organized and highly educational. Loved the Braindate solutions as a new networking opportunity!
It definitely exceeded my expectations. A lot of conferences I go to, there’s a lot of information to take in, but it doesn’t have a practical application. This is completely different because I feel like I have a lot of information I’m excited about and can apply to my situation.
We talk about value-based care…this is a value-based conference. Considering what other conferences costs, the value I get out of this is tremendous.
97% Overall Satisfaction
98% Likely to Recommend to a Friend
96% Commitment to Educate, Not Sell

Watch Highlights From HAS 19

From keynotes to breakout sessions, the Analytics Walkabout, watch HAS 19 highlights.

Powering Digital Transformation

The future of healthcare digitization is exciting and transformative, and data will be the foundation to accelerate that change. The Health Care Analytics Summit will showcase data as both a fundamental survival strategy and as an innovative approach for thriving in the new world of digital healthcare.

Many systems still see the EHR as the central healthcare data asset. But EHR data only contains eight percent of the necessary data for truly effective population health. We see a much broader future where data from many sources will be the most important strategic asset for the modern day health system.

In HAS 19, you’ll learn how data will drive significant advances beyond improved clinical quality, including improvements in financial performance, risk management, labor productivity, workflow efficiency, supply chain effectiveness, frictionless transitions of care and scalable precision medicine.

You’ll also learn how rapid advances in technologies will revolutionize our ability to digitize the patient, enabling entirely new level of diagnostic, predictive, and prescriptive actions. And these changes will extend well beyond traditional health systems, leading to significant innovations in the payer and employer spaces as well. In effect, data will transform almost every single aspect of healthcare delivery and performance.

Some Topics HAS 19 Will Cover

  • The major digital transformations that are reshaping healthcare.
  • How other industries are digitizing and their lessons learned. This year, we have invited our most popular industry speaker, Anne Milgram, to talk about advances in criminal justice analytics and the parallels for healthcare.
  • Health systems that are implementing the latest trends in machine learning, artificial intelligence, NLP, social determinants of health, and wearables data to analyze and improve care.
  • How to get prepared to support the technologies and data flows that will accompany healthcare digitization.
  • Daniel Pink, the renowned leadership and change management expert, will share best practices of the realities of organizational transformation, including principles of small wins and how to influence change.
  • Where population health is working and not working, how AI is enabling population health transformation, and what is needed to make population health really work.
  • Why only eight percent of the data needed for population health and precision medicine are contained in typical EHR systems, and where the rest of the necessary data will come from.
  • Our youngest keynote speaker ever, Justin Aronson, will demonstrate how Generation Z is reshaping our technical and cultural approach to data, making the case that data democratization is critical to enabling future generations to innovate in a more equitable and effective way than currently possible.
  • How advances in virtual care and other consumerism trends will create and be enabled by new sources and data types.
  • Best practices for data analysts and data scientists, including common pitfalls for many current data science implementations.
  • Advances in understand more about social determinants of health and which ones are most effective in driving care improvement.
  • The latest on CMS measures and ONC interoperability standards and future directions.
  • Why data alone doesn’t induce behavior change and the type of skills need to influence others to change. We’ll examine the science of the mind and the power of optimism and positive information to induce change.

An Overview of Some of Our 27 Breakout Sessions

  • Applying machine learning/artificial intelligence to publicly available social determinants of health.
  • How IT can prepare for the era of healthcare digitization.
  • 10-12 innovative use cases in our Machine Learning Marketplace.
  • Harnessing the top data-driven transformations in healthcare.
  • Moving from artificial to augmented intelligence: How AI can help with leadership decision making.
  • Our annual Tom Burton “fun game” learning session.
  • Common pitfalls in machine learning: moving from models to outcomes.
  • Improving revenue and health outcomes with patient loyalty tracking.
  • How data and clinical evidence power organizational transformation.
  • A systematic framework for delivery of safe, highly reliable care, and habitual operational excellence.
  • Improving workforce management through the use of analytics.
  • Data, aligned incentives, and partnerships result in big outcomes.
  • Applying predictive analytics for improving hospital flow.
  • Advanced practice model: What’s after PCMH?
  • Using data and analytics to engage physicians in leading improvements.
  • What happens when you combine AI and a business imperative?
  • Improving value-based performance with data analytics.
  • Population health: Get fit, get well.
  • Three perspectives to better apply predictive and prescriptive models in healthcare.
  • Best practices in analytics (across many cases).
  • Best practices in machine learning (across many cases).
  • Best practices in population health (across many cases).
  • Many other elements you’ve enjoyed before … but better.

At HAS 19, we’ll address these topics and more. From nationally known keynote speakers, to 27 breakout sessions, and 24 Analytics Walkabout, 12 Machine Learning, and 24 Digital Innovation hands-on stations, we’ll address the future trends and showcase leading best practices.

Back by Popular Demand

We’re also bringing back some favorites, including:

  • An improved “Braindate” networking experience.
  • Our annual fun runs.
  • The Dine-on-Us Dinner.
  • Our birds of a feather lunch, with expanded topics.
  • The 5-star Grand America hotel experience.

Some of Our Keynote Speakers at HAS 19

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Lyle Berkowitz, MD, FACP, FHIMSS

Chief Medical Officer and EVP of Product, MDLIVE, President, MDLIVE Medical Group

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Daniel H. Pink

Renowned Leadership and Change Management Expert; Best-selling Author

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John D. Halamka, MD

Chief Information Officer, Beth Israel Deaconess System; International Healthcare Innovation Professor, Harvard Medical School

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Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA

President, Thomas Jefferson University; CEO, Jefferson Health

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Anne Milgram, JD

Former New Jersey Attorney General, Senior Fellow at NYU School of Law

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Anita Pramoda

Co-Founder and CEO, Owned Outcomes, Inc.

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Tali Sharot, PhD

Author, Professor, Neuroscientist and Authority on Human Behavior

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Jessica Federer

Former CDO, Bayer

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Justin Aronson

Junior in High School and Founder of

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Marianne Slight

Healthcare Analytics and Machine Learning - Product Management Executive, Google

8 Reasons to Attend HAS19


Industry-Leading Keynote Speakers

HAS 19 will showcase well-known healthcare visionaries and C-level executives from leading healthcare organizations. Daniel Pink, the renowned leadership and change management expert, will share best practices regarding the realities of organizational transformation, including the principles of small wins and how to influence change. Dr. Stephen Klasko, who was named number two in Modern Healthcare's 2018 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare and is a transformative leader and advocate for a systemic revolution in healthcare and higher education. Back for another year will be Anne Milgram, former New Jersey Attorney General and one of the most popular HAS speakers of all time. Her work reforming the criminal justice system through smart data, analytics, and technology will help us draw interesting comparisons between criminal justice and healthcare analytics.

Dr. John Halamka, chief information officer at Beth Israel Deaconess System, chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network, a practicing emergency physician, author of five books on technology-related issues and hundreds of articles, including on his popular blog, Geekdoctor, will help us explore topics at the intersection of medicine and technology. Dr. Tali Sharot, a leading expert on decision-making, optimism, and emotion, is our inspirational speaker who will combine research in psychology, behavioral economics, and neuroscience to reveal the forces that shape our decisions, beliefs, and expectations of the future. We will also welcome our youngest-ever keynote speaker, Justin Aronson, a high school sophomore and founder of He will demonstrate how Generation Z is reshaping our technical and cultural approach to data, making the case that data democratization is critical to enabling future generations to innovate in a more equitable and effective way than is currently possible.


27 Educational, Case Study, and Technical Sessions

We have the most comprehensive set of breakout sessions of any analytics summit. Our focus is giving you detailed, practical, "how to" learning examples combined with questions and opportunities.


24 Analytics Walkabout Projects

The Analytics Walkabout will feature 24 projects highlighting a variety of machine learning, clinical, financial, operational, workflow analytics, and outcomes improvement successes.


Digital Innovation Showcase

Back by popular demand, browse the Digital Innovation Showcase featuring 24 of the most innovative 3rd-party digital healthcare solutions that we have seen this year and see where the future of digitally-driven healthcare is headed.


Machine Learning Marketplace

Due to last year’s popularity, we’re again highlighting 10-12 examples of machine learning and AI in healthcare, in an interactive walkabout format, where attendees can talk to teams and ask them in-depth questions about their machine learning projects.


More Networking and Fun Than Ever

For the second year, we’ll feature the highly popular Braindate, where you can set up 1:1 time to network with others on topics of your choice. Other networking opportunities include our fun runs and walks, “Dine-on-Us” downtown dinner, a networking lunch, and a Wednesday evening post-dinner reception.


CME Accreditation For Clinicians

HAS 19 will again qualify as a CME activity. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of The UT Health San Antonio Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine and Health Catalyst. The Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long San Antonio School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


A 5-Star Grand America Hotel Experience

Come experience the event in our 5-Star Grand America Hotel. Even though we’ll sell out, we keep the event here because of the great rooms, food, and service experience.