The Healthcare Analytics Summit

The most comprehensive, educational, and leading-edge forum for data and analytics-driven best practices that improve outcomes.

Next event: Sept 11 – 13, 2018

The Grand America Hotel Salt Lake City

Watch the highlights from HAS 17
Overall Satisfaction
Likely to Recommend to a Friend
Commitment to Educate, not Sell

Rave reviews from past HAS attendees

I can’t imagine a better summit. My brain is buzzing with all these new tools, resources, case studies, and innovative ideas and softwares. 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 was the best conference in over 20 years that I have attended.

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.

Same place, same time next year!!  The best conference I’ve attended, fabulous job!

The more energy you can provide on topics of Healthcare the better. 80s night, dine on us, and fun runs were so AWESOME! Hands down best conference I have ever been to! Thanks to all who put forth the effort to get it all done.

You don’t need my help. Fine job. Best conference of the year!

HAS 18 registration will open in late March or early April of 2018

Click to see all HAS 17 feedback

HAS 17: The most comprehensive, educational, and leading edge forum for data-driven outcomes improvement

This year we will present a strategic long-term vision of the massively growing importance of data in healthcare and the emphasize the importance of accelerating the pace of clinical, operational, and financial outcomes. We will look at other industries that are rapidly adopting comprehensive digital strategies and the implications for the digitization of healthcare.  We will examine how digitization drives a paradigm shift in which patient data outside the healthcare system becomes a mission-critical function for successful value-based models.  All of this will paint a picture where data and analytics become a central and strategic function for healthcare organizations of all sizes. Then we’ll share many new innovations from leading data-driven healthcare organizations.  We will have nationally known keynote speakers, 30 educational, case study, and technical breakout session sessions, and 24 new Analytics Walkabout hands-on stations for individual interaction. Machine learning will be featured frequently as an important upcoming trend in healthcare.  We will have new networking opportunities to allow you to meet others with similar topical interests.  And of course, we will continue with having fun, interactive “ah-ha” experiences supplemented by our updated HAS event app with interactive questions and real-time polling, session analytics, prizes and awards.

HAS 17 Featured Keynotes & Speakers

A sneak peek at some of the featured speakers, with many more to come...

We are again featuring a nationally known set of keynote speaker covering a diverse set of topics including leading health system best practices, future directions in the digitization of medicine and population health, and our annual documentary, featuring inspirational physician and patient stories. And by popular demand, we’ve asked Tom Burton to top his “Price is Right” keynote and share some best practices principles via fun and games. We’ll keep the topic and approach a secret for now.
View Bio

Tom Davenport

Distinguished professor, advisor, and author of 17 books including “Competing on Analytics”, named by Harvard Business Review as one of the twelve most important management ideas of the decade

View Bio

Eric J. Topol

Author, "The Patient Will See You Now" and "The Creative Destruction of Medicine". Director, Scripps Translational Science Institute

View Bio

Maureen Bisognano

President Emerita and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)

View Bio

David B. Nash, MD, MBA

Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health

View Bio

Robert A. DeMichiei

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

View Bio

Kelly Craig

Chief Strategy & Information Officer, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

View Bio

John Moore

Founder and Managing Partner, Chilmark Research

View Bio

Thomas D. Burton

Co-Founder, Chief Improvement Officer, and Chief Fun Officer, Health Catalyst

View Bio

Dale Sanders

Executive Vice President, Product Development, Health Catalyst

View Bio

Dan Burton

Chief Executive Officer, Health Catalyst

View Bio

Carolyn Simpkins, MD, PhD

Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Health Catalyst

View Bio

More to follow…

More speakers will be announced over the coming weeks

6 Reasons
to Attend HAS 17

1 - Industry Leading Keynote Speakers

We’ll hear from well-known healthcare visionaries like Eric Topol, MD a staunch advocate of digital health technologies and the democratization of medicine, and David Nash, MD, the founding dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health – both of whom have been named in multiple Modern Healthcare most influential lists. We’ll also hear from two C-level executives leading large healthcare organizations with more exciting keynotes to come.

2 - CME Accreditation For Clinicians

HAS 17 will again qualify as a continuing medical education (CME) activity. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.*

3 - 30 Educational, Case Study, and Technical Sessions

We have the most comprehensive set of breakout sessions of any analytics summit. Our primary breakout session focus is giving you detailed, practical “how to” learning examples combined with question and opportunities. And we will continue to give you a bound book with breakout summaries that help you remember the most important points.
Click here to a sneak peek at the topics we have planned for our breakout sessions (click to breakout sessions)

4 - The Analytics Walkabout

Back by popular demand, the Analytics Walkabout will feature 24 new projects highlighting a variety of additional clinical, financial, operational, and workflow analytics and outcomes improvement successes. This casual setting will allow you the opportunity to meet the project leaders, hear their stories, and ask questions in an up close and personal way.

5 - Analytics-driven, Hands-on Engagement for Teams and Individuals

Analytics will continue to flow through the three-day summit touching every aspect of the agenda. We will continue to use our innovative HAS event application for each attendee, real-time polling, Q&A, networking, prizes, and recognition. We’ll use real-time data and analytics to guide and enhance the summit as a symbolic microcosm of how data can be used daily in healthcare to improve outcomes.

6 - Networking and Fun

We heard you last year. You told us we packed so much into the agenda that you wanted more time to relax and connect with others. We’ll provide some new innovative analytics-driven opportunities to network while keeping our popular fun run and walk opportunities and dinner on the down. And by popular demand, we’ll bring back a fun game night including a ping-pong challenge with our CEO Dan Burton…with some new twists.

Early registration

Be the first to know when HAS 18 registration opens


Apply to be an Analytics Walkabout Speaker

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.