We’ve crafted an exciting agenda for the Healthcare Analytics Summit 2017 including
- Two days of pre-summit training and educational forums (designed for clients but open for all)
- Keynote speeches designed to inspire
- Case study breakouts sharing pragmatic and practical best practices
- The analytics walkabout experience providing opportunities for 1:1 dialogue
- Interactive audience response systems and accompanying real-time analytics to help you engage
- New networking experiences to connect with others like you
Registration (Grand America)
1. Analytics Walkabout and Opening Dinner Reception(Imperial Ballroom)
- 24 face-to-face case study stations
- Engage and converse directly with outcomes improvement teams
- Dinner and dessert provided
2. Product and Services Showcase(Murano and Venezia – Health Catalyst Clients)
- 24 face-to-face demo stations
- See latest Health Catalyst products and interact with product development
3. The Care Management Show (new)(Grand Salon)
- Health Catalyst presents a fun, audience interactive, live show demonstrating how care management should work
- Live showings at 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30 pm
HAS 17 Welcome and OverviewDan Burton (Chief Executive Officer, Health Catalyst)
Industry Analytics PresentationTom Davenport (visionary, consultant, professor, author) Tom is one of the nation’s most recognized and widely-published experts on using data and analytics in business. He is the author of over 100 articles in leading business and academic publications. He has also written 17 books including “Competing on Analytics”, named by Harvard Business Review as one of the twelve most important management ideas of the decade. He has also been named one of the top three business/technology analysts in the world, one of the 100 most influential people in the IT industry, and one of the world’s top fifty business school professors by Fortune magazine.
Eric Topol, MDA staunch advocate of digital health technologies and the democratization of medicine, leader of a technology-driven, patient-centric revolution in healthcare, author of “The Patient Will See You Now” and “The Creative Destruction of Medicine”, listed 5 years in a row in the Modern 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders.
Changing the Digital Trajectory of HealthcareDale Sanders – Executive Vice President, Health Catalyst Noted healthcare industry strategist
Breakout Sessions – Wave 1
Breakout Sessions – Wave 2
Hollywood SquaresTom Burton (Co-Founder, Executive Vice President, Health Catalyst and noted CFO—“Chief Fun Officer”) who will again entertain on the main stage with games highlighting key data driven principles. (Remember “The Price is Right” from HAS 16?)
Evening Orientation and Analytics Walkabout WinnersPaul Horstmeier
Evening Downtown Fun Run – Wave 1 Evening Downtown Walk (shopping, parks, Temple Square)View Details
“Dine on Us” Dinner(Local Salt Lake Restaurants)
Evening Reception (Grand Ballroom) “Superheroes” fun and game night
- The best of last year’s games (ping pong, pool, foosball) including the Dan Burton ping-pong challenge
- Individual and team caricature drawings in super hero formats (twice as many stations as last year) -take them home to family to show your super hero status
- Take instant pictures with super heroes
- Lots more fun to come…
18 – Day in Review
Paul Horstmeier – Chief Operating Officer, Health Catalyst
19 – The Patient’s Power in Improving Health and Care
Maureen Bisognano – President Emerita and Senior Fellow, IHIThe impact of co-design and co-production with patients is demonstrating improvements in all parts of the Triple Aim, better health, better clinical outcomes and experience, and lower costs. In this session, principles for this new way to think will be shared with powerful examples of what we can accomplish together with patients and communities.
Robert A. DeMichieiExecutive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, UPMC
21 – The Population Health Engine
David Nash, MDFounding dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health, internationally recognized for his work in accountability for outcomes, physician leadership development, and quality-of-care improvement, repeatedly named to Modern Healthcare’s list of Most Powerful Persons in Healthcare
Breakout Sessions – Wave 3
22 – The Data Operating System: What It Really Means and Why You Will Need It (Technical Session) (Imperial A)
Imran Qureshi Chief Software Development Officer, Health Catalyst
23 – Yours, Mine, Ours – Provider-Payer Convergence and the Future of Data Analytics (Educational Session) (Imperial B)
John Moore Founder and Managing Partner, Chilmark Research
24- A Bad Moon on the Rise? How We Raised the Sense of Urgency and Built a Strategy Shift with our Board of Directors (Case Study) (Imperial C)
Duncan Gallagher President, Donegal Advisory Services Former Executive Vice President, CFO, CAO at Allina Health
25 – Achieving the Promise of PROMs (Case Study) (Grand Salon)
Neil W. Wagle, MD, MBA Associate Chief Quality Officer, Partners HealthCare
26 – One ACO/Integrated Delivery System’s Governance Journey (Case Study) (Murano)
Christopher Kodama, MD, MBA, FAAP, President, MultiCare Connected Care, LLC
Florence S. Chang, MBA Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, MultiCare Health System
27 – A Population Health Management Diabetes Case Study (Case Study) (Venezia)
Rona Y. Sonabend, MD Medical Director, Clinical Systems Integration Process Improvement, Texas Children’s Hospital
Birds of a Feather Networking Lunch
Breakout Sessions – Wave 4
Breakout Sessions – Wave 5
A Coalition of the Willing: Data-Driven Population Health and Complex Care Innovation in Low-Income CommunitiesKelly Criag – Chief Strategy & Information Officer, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers As one of the original ten members of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers (Camden Coalition), Kelly worked closely with Executive Director, Jeffrey Brenner, M.D., in developing the Camden Coalition’s innovative care management model. This model engages patients with multiple co-morbidities that lead to high utilization of the local healthcare system. Kelly implemented the first managed care contract that lead to Camden Coalition’s current Medicaid Accountable Care work. Additionally, Kelly grew the Camden citywide Care Management Meetings that bring together stakeholders from three competing hospitals around common community barriers and shared patients. The structure she built over five years still meets monthly and serves as an anchor of collaboration within the Camden community. Prior to coming to Camden Coalition, Kelly worked at Prevention Point Philadelphia, a harm reduction organization. There she coordinated the Street-side Health Project, a mobile medical clinic run solely on volunteer labor in partnership with local medical, nursing and pharmacy schools. Her passion drove her to establish the first low-threshold buprenorphine clinic in the area, giving access to individuals experiencing homelessness and opioid addiction. These programs are still thriving in Philadelphia. Currently, Kelly is focused on supporting the design, development, and expansion of a variety of population health initiatives taking place at Camden Coalition. Some current initiatives include overseeing our citywide 7-day pledge campaign, which focuses on getting patients into primary care within 7 days of a hospital visit. She is also working with community partners to advance the first regional Housing First program, a low-threshold model that provides housing and supportive services to the most medically fragile patients within Camden.
Final Polls and Summit Winners
Closing RemarksDan Burton (Chief Executive Officer, Health Catalyst)
Closing Reception (Grand America Courtyard)
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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!