We have two pre-summit options this year.
(Tuesday, September 11)
The Health Catalyst User Group and Customer Advisory Board will take place all day on Tuesday September 11 starting with a special “Breakfast with the Product Champions” at 7:30 where you will have breakfast with the product development teams.
Then user group will start with strategy updates from Dan Burton and Dale Sanders, followed by a morning filled with user-selectable product breakout sessions. These sessions will focus on sharing our product strategies and vision, helpful use cases, future roadmap, and substantive Q&A section where we will ask for your input and feedback.
Product Breakout Sessions (Choose two to attend)
1 – Digital platform (DOS)
2 – Machine learning
3 – Patient safety (Patient Safety Monitor)
4 – Rapid Response Analytics (Population Builder, Shared Data Marts)
5 – Financial Decision Support (CORUS Suite)
6 – Executive Decision Support (Leading Wisely)
7 – Benchmarking (Touchstone)
8 – Medicity Session: State of the State and Roadmap
In the afternoon, we’ll break out into a number of user selectable best practices sessions.
Best Practices Breakout Sessions
9 – Patient Safety Organization (PSO)
10 – Growing a successful internal data business (beginning to mature clients)
11 – Accelerating Your Advanced Analytics Program (advanced clients)
12 – Population Health and Shared Risk
13 – Getting to Financial ROI
14 – Building Apps on DOS
15 – Closed Loops Analytics (getting your data into the EMR)
16 – Medicity Session: Jump Start Analytics in your HIE
Later in the afternoon, the user group will attend an early of preview Products and Services Showcase and the Digital Innovation Showcase. We invite and welcome all Health Catalyst clients to join us.
|LA Ballroom set up: Rounds, set up for 300, HC provides ushers|
|7:30 am – 8:15 am||“Breakfast With the Product Champions” (Meet the Health Catalyst Product Teams for breakfast)|
|8:25 am – 9:00 am||Welcome and State of the Business (Dan Burton, CEO, Health Catalyst)|
|9:00 am – 10:10 am||Health Catalyst Strategy and Product Roadmap (Dale Sanders, President, Technology Business)|
|10:30 am – 11:15 am||Wave #1 – Product Breakouts (see above)|
|11:30 am – 12:15 pm||Wave #2 – Product Breakouts (see above)|
|12:15 pm – 1:15 pm||Lunch|
|1:15 pm – 2:00 pm||Wave #3 – Best Practice Breakouts (see above)|
|2:15 pm – 3:00 pm||Wave #4 – Best Practice Breakouts (see above)|
|3:30 pm – 5:30 pm||Split Sessions
– User Group: Product and Services Showcase & Digital Innovation Showcase
– Customer Advisory Board: Feedback Session
(Monday, September 10 and Tuesday, September 11)
This year, we have two Health Catalyst University offerings: a two-part machine learning session for analysts and data architects and a session for team members wanting to improve their data-driven outcomes improvement skills.
The Health Catalyst University classes are smaller, instructor-led classes offered at an additional cost. They are affordable and packed with value. The classes are also only offered at HAS, so take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Health Catalyst University Training Classes
Choose the one suited for you
(read below for detailed class descriptions)
|Price||Session (clients, non-clients)||Mon, Sept 10||Tues, Sept 11|
|$195||A1 – Machine Learning Part 1: Healthcare Data Analysis in R (Grand America, 3rd floor)||12:00 pm to 5:00 pm||–|
|$395||A2 – Machine Learning Part 2: Healthcare Machine Learning (Grand America, 3rd floor)||–||9:00 am – 5:00 pm|
|$395||B – Making Decisions with Data: Data-driven Improvement Teams (Grand America, 3rd floor)||–||9:00 am – 5:00 pm|
Read below for more details on our four Health Catalyst University Classes
1-2 Days of What You Need to Get Started with Analysis in R and Healthcare Machine Learning
Ever wanted to participate in the machine learning conversation but weren’t quite sure where to start? Need help going from theoretical conversations to boots-on-the ground action? In both of these hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to get started. If you haven’t learned data analysis in RStudio, then sign up for Part 1 Day 1 so you’ll be ready for Day 2 of Machine Learning. If you already know RStudio, then sign up just for Day 2. Walk in ready to learn, and you’ll leave with the knowledge necessary to be able to deploy a model that you’ve created! Specifically, you’ll learn how to:
A1 – Healthcare data analysis in R
A2 – Healthcare Machine learning
Who should attend: This session has been designed for analysts, data scientists, and data architects.
What to bring: To participate in the in-class activities, you will need a laptop. Any operating system is fine as long as you have the ability to install programs (specifically R and RStudio) and you have the space to load data sets (<10MB).
Prerequisites: This course assumes a working knowledge of basic statistical concepts (mean, medians) and experience working with tabular data (in Excel or SQL).
Notes: Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee.
You Have a Dashboard and Lots of Reports… Now What?
Every day we swim in an ocean of data and try to make sense of it all with dashboards and reports. However, if we really get honest, how many of us can say that dashboards and reports have yielded sustained outcomes improvement? We can’t—because data alone is insufficient to drive the changes required in this new era of healthcare. During this hands-on, full-day session, national experts will help you move beyond the “so what?” With a small instructor to student ratio, expect to be challenged and engaged. You’ll learn to take on a new mindset and behaviors that, when coupled with data-driven improvement methods, result in meaningful outcomes improvements.
Specifically, here’s what we’ll cover during this intense and concentrated period:
- Why a single data point rarely tells the whole story
- How to avoid making big decisions based on partial information
- Why even the best data can’t give you sustained outcomes improvements if there isn’t a culture of improvement
By the end of this course, you will:
- Understand variation, run charts, and control charts
- Evaluate processes through a family of measures
- Learn what polarities are (think: quality and cost) and how they impact decision making
- Recognize the need for both technical and adaptive leadership
Who should attend: This session has been designed for leaders and members of data-driven improvement teams.
What to bring: You’ll want to bring an open mind and enthusiasm to learn in a way you may not have experienced before. All supplies will be provided.
Notes: Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee.
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