The Healthcare Analytics Summit 21 Virtual
Create a Winning Team Approach
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Create a Winning Team Approach
In the new digital era, data and analytics are the most important, foundational, mission-critical assets to enable healthcare success. Pursuing a multi-domain approach to data and analytics unlocks a winning strategy to increase revenue, decrease cost, and improve quality. Therefore, healthcare organizations must simultaneously manage these three aspects of healthcare to drive long-term improvement.
HAS 21 Virtual will explore trends and best practice experiences across multiple domains for analytics success. HAS 21 Virtual will feature speakers and breakout sessions that highlight analytics in AI, clinical and quality, population health, financial, life sciences, and health equity. In addition to world-class speakers, participants can expect the quintessential HAS events including the Analytics Showcase, AI Showcase, and the popular Braindate networking offering.
Grab your passport, skip the jet lag and long airport lines, and join us virtually at international hotels in Singapore, Dubai, and London for a premier educational experience unlike any other. And, of course, we’ll continue to have the fun you’ve grown to expect at HAS Virtual with quiz questions, daily scavenger hunts, and prizes.
Steve is one of the pioneers in using analytics as a competitive advantage in the NBA and he will be sharing his learnings with our audience.
Beginning his seventh season as Head Coach of the Golden State Warriors, Steve Kerr has guided the club through five of the most prolific seasons in NBA history with a list of accomplishments that includes three NBA championships, five-straight NBA Finals appearances, the NBA’s single-season wins record (73), an NBA Coach of the Year award (2015-16), and five of the six winningest seasons in franchise history. He owns an overall playoff record of 77-28 (.733), the highest winning percentage among NBA head coaches all-time that have coached a minimum of 25 postseason games. On April 19, 2018 Kerr earned his 50th playoff victory in just his 65th game, accomplishing the feat in fewer games than any coach in NBA history.
In October 2018, Kerr was named as an assistant coach on the 2019-20 USA Basketball Men’s National Team. Kerr, along with Indiana Pacers Head Coach Nate McMillan and Villanova University Head Coach Jay Wright, join the staff of USA and San Antonio Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich to complete the USA National Team coaching staff. The coaches led the USA National Team in 2019-20, which included the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China (Aug. 31-Sept. 15, 2019) and the upcoming 2021 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Kerr was a member of the USA Basketball team that captured the 1986 World Championship title in Madrid, the last American men’s senior team composed strictly of amateur players to capture a gold medal. A finalist for the 1988 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team, Kerr was also a member of the 1988 USA Select Team that finished 6-0 during a European tour.
Kerr, who won five NBA championships during a 15-year playing career, now owns eight championships as either a player or coach, becoming the first to win at least three NBA titles as a player and three as a coach. Kerr is just the third coach in NBA history to win three championships in his first four seasons at the helm, joining Phil Jackson (1991, 1992, 1993) and John Kundla (1949, 1950, 1952) as the only coaches to do so.
In the 2017 postseason, Golden State posted a 16-1 (.941) record, the best single-season playoff record in league history that included a playoff-record 15-game win streak. In Kerr’s first three seasons on the bench, the Warriors became the first team in NBA history to win at least 65 games in three consecutive campaigns (67, 73, 67).
In 2014-15, Kerr engineered the most successful campaign of any first-year coach in NBA history en route to Golden State’s first title in 40 years, posting a then-franchise-record 67 victories and establishing NBA records for most wins and highest winning percentage (67-15, .817) by a first-year head coach. The Warriors saw a 16-game improvement in 2014-15 over the previous season (51-31 in 2013-14), an NBA record for the biggest improvement by a 50-win team in league history. Kerr followed his inaugural campaign by winning the 2015- 16 NBA Coach of the Year Award for leading the Warriors to an NBA-record 73 regular-season wins in 2015-16 (73-9, .890), eclipsing the previous mark of 72 set by a Chicago Bulls squad in 1995-96 that featured Kerr in a reserve role. In addition to the single-season wins record, the Warriors set new league marks for single-season road wins (34), consecutive wins to begin a season (24), and consecutive regular-season home wins (54).
Originally named to the position on May 19, 2014, Kerr is the 25th head coach in franchise history and the 20th since the team moved to the West Coast in 1962. He is the fourth Warriors coach to win an NBA title, joining Eddie Gottlieb (1947), George Senesky (1956), and Alvin Attles (1975). He is also just the third coach in franchise history to be named Coach of the Year, joining Alex Hannum (1963-64) and Don Nelson (1991-92). Twice, Kerr and his coaching staff were named to coach the Western Conference All-Star Team (2015, 2017).
Kerr, 54, owns 30 years of NBA experience as a player, coach, television analyst, and front office executive, including a three-year stint (2007-10) as president of basketball operations and general manager for the Phoenix Suns. During his time as the Suns GM, the club posted a 155-91 (.630) record and earned a pair of playoff berths, including a trip to the 2010 Western Conference Finals.
Having made the playoffs 11 times during his playing career, Kerr is one of only 26 players in NBA history to win five championships, earning three rings with Chicago and two with San Antonio. A key reserve for Chicago during the team’s three-peat championship run from 1996-98, Kerr famously hit the game-winning, title-clinching shot in Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals. He won his fourth consecutive championship in 1999 with the San Antonio Spurs to become one of only two non-Boston Celtics to win four-straight NBA titles (joining Frank Saul, 1951-54). His fifth ring came in his second stint with the Spurs during his final NBA campaign in 2002-03.
The NBA’s all-time three-point percentage leader, having converted on 45.4 percent (726-of-1599) of his attempts from long range, Kerr amassed career averages of 6.0 points, 1.8 assists, and 1.2 rebounds in 910 regular season games with the Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic, Chicago Bulls, San Antonio Spurs (twice) and Portland Trail Blazers.
Kerr was originally selected by the Phoenix Suns in the second round (50th overall) of the 1988 NBA Draft out of the University of Arizona, where he capped his collegiate career as a senior in 1988 by helping lead the Wildcats to their first Final Four appearance. An All-Pac 10 guard in both 1986 and 1988, he remains the school’s career leader in three-point field goal percentage (57.3 percent).
During his playing career, Kerr played for some of the most successful coaches in the history of the game, including Phil Jackson, Popovich, Lenny Wilkens, Cotton Fitzsimmons, and Lute Olson. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, and raised in Pacific Palisades, Calif., Kerr was a ballboy in 1978 and 1979 at UCLA, where his late father, Malcolm, was a professor.
As a broadcaster, Kerr has served two different four-year stints as a game analyst on TNT’s award-winning NBA coverage. In addition to a full slate of regular-season games, he also worked TNT’s marquee events, including the NBA All-Star Game, playoffs, and conference finals. During his most recent stint in broadcasting, beginning in 2010, Kerr also served as an analyst for NCAA Tournament and Final Four coverage on Turner Sports and CBS.
Kerr earned a degree in general studies from Arizona with an emphasis in history, sociology, and English in 1988 and advocates for gun control, supporting such organizations as the Brady campaign, Sandy Hook Promise, March For Our Lives, and Giffords. Kerr also helps fundraise for Oakland Promise, an initiative launched by Mayor Libby Schaaf and the Oakland Unified School District in 2016 that aims to triple the number of Oakland high school graduates who complete college by the year 2024. In October 2014, Steve and Margot Kerr committed $1 million to the University of Arizona to assist with the McKale Memorial Center renovation and future academic facility enhancements.
Born on September 27, 1965, Steve and his wife, Margot, have two sons, Nicholas and Matthew, and one daughter, Madeleine. Nick received his degree from the University of San Diego in 2015 and completed his graduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he played as a walk-on for the Bears’ basketball team for one season. Nick is now an assistant video coordinator for the Warriors. Madeleine received her degree from UC Berkeley, where she was a member of the volleyball team, as is now a second-year law student there. Matthew is a senior at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
What if our high-tech devices could decipher and respond to our every action and feeling? Rana el Kaliouby, Ph.D., is on a mission to humanize technology with artificial intelligence (AI) that understands not just our commands but our facial expressions, body language and emotional states, or what she calls “Human Perception AI.” She envisions and works to create a world where devices and technologies that once separated us will bring us together. It’s the next frontier in AI, with commercial applications across industries – and it’s closer than we think.
A computer scientist, technologist, entrepreneur and business leader, Dr. el Kaliouby believes that “humanizing technology gives us a golden opportunity to reimagine how we connect with machines, and, therefore, how we connect with each other.” Co-founder and CEO of Affectiva, the category-defining MIT spinoff and pioneer of Emotion AI, el Kaliouby invented the company’s award-winning emotion recognition technology. Using large, diverse datasets – comprised of 8.8 million faces analyzed in 87 countries – to detect complex and nuanced emotions and cognitive states, the Emotion AI platform combines facial expression and tone of voice to infer how a person is feeling. Now, having advanced the technology beyond just emotions, el Kaliouby is pioneering Human Perception AI: software that analyzes face and voice to detect nuanced human emotions, complex cognitive states such as drowsiness and distraction, activities and objects people use. El Kaliouby has raised over $50 million in venture and strategic funding for Affectiva. Among other applications, the company’s technology is used by leading companies in the automotive industry to improve road safety and deliver better, more personalized transportation experiences. In addition, 25% of the Fortune Global 500 companies use Affectiva’s technology to test consumer engagements with ads, videos and TV programming. It is also used in healthcare, education, social robotics, conversational interfaces and more.
Teaching machines to measure and interpret human emotions has the potential to dramatically improve lives, with such powerful applications as assisting doctors and nurses in delivering better care, engaging students and personalizing their learning experience, and increasing road safety by making “emotionally aware” vehicles. It also promises to forever change the rules of consumer engagement by providing real-time insight into viewers’ emotional responses to brands, ads and other digital content. El Kaliouby’s work and research into new frontiers for AI technology are the subject of her upcoming book with Carol Colman, “Girl Decoded: A Scientist’s Quest to Reclaim Our Humanity By Bringing Emotional Intelligence to Technology” (Penguin Random House, April 2020).
A passionate advocate for innovation, ethics in AI and diversity, Dr. el Kaliouby was recently appointed an Executive Fellow at Harvard Business School where she will co-teach AI-related classes. As her popular TED talk made apparent, Dr. el Kaliouby has the ability to simplify and translate complex science, and make it accessible to any audience. Her credentials as a popular spokesperson for science led to her co-hosting the PBS Nova Series, “Nova Wonders,” which premiered in April 2018. A founder of her own technology company, an accomplished inventor, and one of few women to have successfully transitioned from academia to business, Dr. el Kaliouby – and her work – earn considerable recognition.
Named to the 2018 Thinkers50 Radar list of management thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organizations are managed and led; to Fortune’s 2018 40 Under 40 of the most influential young people in business; Forbes America’s Top 50 Women in Tech; Inc.’s Female Founders 100; Bostinno’s 50 on Fire; and WIRED’s 25 Geniuses Who Are Creating the Future of Business. Recently inducted into the Women in Engineering Hall of Fame, Dr. el Kaliouby is also a World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader and a newly minted Young Presidents’ Organization member. She is also often cited in and interviewed by top business and mainstream outlets, including The New Yorker, Wired, Forbes, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, TIME Magazine, Fortune, CNN, CBS and Reddit.
Prior to founding Affectiva, Dr. el Kaliouby was a research scientist at the MIT Media Lab where she spearheaded applications for facial coding to benefit mental health, autism and other research areas. Born and raised in Cairo, she received Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in computer science from the American University in Cairo and a Ph.D. from the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge.
Vin Gupta, MD, MPA, MSc, is an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Health Metrics Sciences at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington.
Clinically active as a Pulmonary/Critical Care physician, Dr. Gupta’s research has focused on several important issues in global public health. He previously was a full-time Assistant Professor with the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) and the Department of Health Metrics Sciences (HMS) from 2018-2020. During this time, Dr. Gupta helped lead a large research portfolio examining the global burden of non-communicable diseases using the most advanced epidemiologic methods. These efforts were primarily funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and focused on attributable disease from tobacco use globally, with particular focus on Mexico, Brazil, China, and Indonesia. A secondary area of focus included assessing the impact of environmental health considerations (e.g., air pollution) on chronic respiratory disease.
He concurrently holds active commissioning as Major in the United States Air Force Reserve Medical Corps, where he serves a deployable critical care aerospace physician with the 446th Aeromedical Staging Squadron based at Joint-Base Lewis McChord.. In this capacity, Dr. Gupta previously assisted with bolstering the emergency health crisis response capabilities of partner nations in Africa as part of the US State Department’s African Peacekeeping Rapid Response Partnership (“A-Prep”) initiative.
In his current role as Principal Scientist at Amazon, Dr. Gupta provides clinical and strategic leadership to the company’s internal and external COVID-19 response work, including overseeing the funding of clinical trials, expanding its work in public health through community-based initiatives, and ensuring the implementation of evidence-based workplace health and safety protocols.
Dr. Gupta received his BA from Princeton, MD from Columbia University’s Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons, Master’s in International Relations from the University of Cambridge, and Master’s in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, regular health policy contributor for national media outlets, and board member on several health-focused nonprofit organizations nationwide.
Industry leader. Transformational innovator. Champion of social justice. Christopher Chen, M.D. is leading a healthcare revolution through the family-owned company that bears his name.
Dr. Chen is the Chief Executive Officer of ChenMed; a physician-led healthcare practice that is changing the lives of low- and moderate-income seniors managing multiple, complex conditions through a concierge-style, value-based care model that produces 30-50 percent fewer hospitalizations compared to standard primary care.
Since becoming ChenMed’s CEO in 2009, Dr. Chen has been on a quest to turn ChenMed into America’s leading primary care provider, transforming care of the neediest populations. He has created a highly scalable, technology-driven approach, and has grown the company more than 30 percent per year. Today, ChenMed boasts more than 75 medical centers in 10 states.
ChenMed’s innovative approach fixes the perverse incentives of fee-for-service to align with patient well-being by taking prospective payment and full accountability for the quality, service, and total cost of care. The care model focuses on prevention, wellness, accountability, and reducing negative variability.
This approach has earned praise from the White House, the Department of Health and Human Services, the U.K. National Health System, and publications such as Modern Healthcare, Health Affairs, Forbes, and The Economist. In addition, Medical Economics named ChenMed “Best Primary Care System in the U.S.,” and Fortune listed ChenMed as the only health care delivery organization on its 2020 list of companies that are “changing the world.”
Brought up in South Florida, Dr. Chen graduated from the University of Miami’s Honors Program in Medicine. He went on to complete his medical training at Beth Israel Deaconess, a Harvard University teaching hospital, after which he completed a fellowship in cardiology at Cornell University Medical College in Manhattan, New York. A board-certified cardiologist, Dr. Chen sees patients at the company’s Miami Gardens, Florida medical center.
Amy Compton-Phillips, M.D., is an internationally respected healthcare executive, innovator, speaker and author serving as president and chief clinical officer for Providence. She is responsible for improving health, care, and value outcomes delivered by the 51 hospitals, 800+ clinics, and 120,000 caregivers of the $25 billion health system. In January 2020, Dr. Compton-Phillips led treatment of the first confirmed case of Covid-19 in the United States.
A CNN medical analyst, Dr. Compton-Phillips is a vocal advocate for equity and innovation in healthcare. She has been instrumental in Providence’s early adoption and scaling of technology including telehealth, data analytics and artificial intelligence solutions that are critical to the system’s pandemic response and the future of healthcare.
Dr. Compton-Phillips serves as a director on the boards of the Healthcare information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), the Institute of Systems Biology, Lumedic, Multiscale Health Networks, and chairs the High-Value Healthcare Collaborative.
Before joining Providence in 2015, Dr. Compton-Phillips served 22 years at Kaiser Permanente. She began as a front-line internist, and through a succession of roles spent her last years there as a chief quality officer. Her main focus was on improving healthcare value at scale.
Dr. Compton-Phillips holds a bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She is a board-certified internist with strong interests in innovation and wellness.
Forbes 30 Under 30 roboticist and entrepreneur, Marita Cheng inspires people to lead through technology.While studying engineering at university, Marita founded Robogals, a global organization that inspires girls into engineering careers and tertiary studies through teaching girls robotics. For her work with Robogals, she was named the 2012 Young Australian of the Year and received an Asia Society Game Changer Award at the United Nations!Through attending Singularity University’s 10-week Graduate Studies Program, Marita founded Aipoly, using AI to recognize objects in real time to help the visually impaired navigate the world, winning a CES Best of Innovation Award two years in a row! And then Aubot, where she currently serves as CEO, making telepresence robots and robotics arms that care and enable.Named one of Forbes World’s Top 50 Women in Tech and the youngest Member of the Order of Australia, Marita shows there are no limits.
Brent James is known internationally for his work in clinical quality improvement, patient safety, and the infrastructure that underlies successful improvement efforts, such as culture change, data systems, payment methods, and management roles.
He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine (formerly known as the Institute of Medicine), and participated in that organization’s seminal works on quality and patient safety.
He is a Clinical Professor at the Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC), Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine.
He holds adjunct faculty appointments at several other universities:
- Visiting Lecturer, Harvard School of Public Health (Health Policy and Management)
- Adjunct Professor, University of Utah David Eccles School of Business
- Adjunct Professor, University of Utah School of Medicine (Family Medicine; Biomedical Informatics)
He is a Fellow of the American College of Physician Executives.
He is presently a Senior Advisor at Health Catalyst, Salt Lake City, UT; Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Boston, MA; and a Senior Advisor at the Leavitt Group, Salt Lake City, UT.
He is was formerly Chief Quality Officer, and Executive Director, Institute for Healthcare Delivery Research at Intermountain Healthcare, based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Through the Intermountain Advanced Training Program in Clinical Practice Improve¬ment (ATP), he has personally trained more than 5,000 senior physician, nursing, and administra¬tive executives, drawn from around the world, in clinical management methods, with proven improvement results (and leading to over 50 “sister” training programs in more than 10 countries).
He currently anchors an upgraded version of the ATP, Mastering Clinical Quality / Leading Clinical Change (MCQ), based at Health Catalyst in Salt Lake City, UT.
- He has been honored with a series of awards for quality in health care delivery, including (among many):
- 2018 John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety & Quality Individual Award, Joint Commission & National Quality Forum, March 2019
- Distinguished Alumnus, University of Utah, 2015
- Deming Cup – Columbia University School of Business, 2011
- C. Jackson Grayson Medal, Distinguished Quality Pioneer – American Quality and Productivity Center, 2010
- Joint Commission Ernest A. Codman Award, 2006
- AHA HRET TRUST Award, 2005
- National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Quality Award, 2005
- American College of Medical Quality Founders’ Award, 1999
For 8 of first the 9 years it existed, he was named among Modern Physician’s “50 Most Influential Physician Executives in Healthcare.” He was named among the “100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare” (Modern Healthcare) for over 5 consecutive years, and among Modern Healthcare’s “25 Top Clinical Informaticists”.
Before coming to Utah in 1986, he was Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard School of Public Health, providing statistical support for the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) and Cancer & Leukemia, Group B (CALG); and staffed the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer.
He holds the following degrees; Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science (Electrical Engineering) and Medical Biology; an M.D. degree (with residency training in general surgery and oncology); and a Master of Statistics degree.
He serves on several non-profit boards of trustees dedicated to clinical improvement and patient safety.
David B. Pryor, MD, is the former Executive Vice President, Ascension and President and CEO, Ascension Clinical Holdings, an Ascension subsidiary. In this role he supported the practices of the more than 40,000 physicians and caregivers and practice sites across Ascension Health, another Ascension subsidiary, to deliver improved care for populations of patients. From 2001 to 2011 he was the Chief Medical Officer of Ascension Health, the largest not-for-profit healthcare delivery system in the U.S. Prior to joining Ascension Health, Dr. Pryor was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Allina Health System in Minneapolis, Minn. Prior to Allina, Dr. Pryor was President of the New England Medical Center Hospitals in Boston, Mass. Dr. Pryor spent the first 15 years of his career at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C., where he served as Director of the cardiology consultation service, the section of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, the Duke Database for Cardiovascular Disease, and clinical program development. Dr. Pryor graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School and did his medical training at Pennsylvania Hospital, and his cardiology fellowship at Duke University. Dr. Pryor has participated in numerous national and international committees. He has authored over 250 publications. In addition to his position at Ascension, Dr. Pryor’s academic appointments include Consulting Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center.
Dan Burton serves as CEO of Health Catalyst, a healthcare data warehousing and analytics company. He became involved with Health Catalyst when it was a three-person startup. Mr. Burton is also the co-founder of HB Ventures, the first outside equity holder in Health Catalyst. Prior to Health Catalyst and HB Ventures, Mr. Burton led the Corporate Strategy Group at Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU). He also spent eight years with Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) in strategy and marketing management roles. Before joining HP he was an associate consultant with the Boston Consulting Group, where he advised healthcare systems and technology companies. Mr. Burton holds an MBA with high distinction from Harvard University, where he was elected a George F. Baker Scholar, and a BS in economics, magna cum laude, from BYU.
- Innovative Analytics
- AI Adoption
- Data Quality
- Strategy and Data Governance
- Improving Quality and Reducing Costs
- Ambulatory, Operational, and Quality Analytics
- AI-Enabled Care Management
- Patient Access
- Activity-Based Costing
- Labor Budget Productivity
- Revenue Cycle Management
- Charge Capture
- Population Health
- Real-World Data
- Life Sciences
- Health Catalyst
- Texas Children’s Hospital
- Carle Health
- The University of Kansas Health System
- Community Health Network
- Christiana Care Health System
- University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
- MultiCare Health System
- Albany Medical Center
- UnityPoint Health
- ZS Associates
- Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA
- Providence Medical Center