Speakers

David M. Wild, MD

Vice President of Lean Promotion, University of Kansas Health System

Dr. David Wild serves as the Vice President of Lean Promotion at the University of Kansas Health System, based in Kansas City, Kansas.  In this role, he has responsibility for process, performance, and quality improvement work, the development and deployment of the System’s improvement and management systems, applied analytics, clinical variation reduction programs, and clinical and operational redesign across the inpatient and ambulatory enterprises.  Dr. Wild is also a practicing anesthesiologist and Faculty in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Dr. Wild completed his undergraduate and M.D. degrees at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and his residency training in Anesthesiology at Saint Louis University where he served in multiple operational and leadership roles prior to joining the University of Kansas Health System.  He has served as the President of the Kansas Society of Anesthesiologists and is active at the national level in the development of new delivery and alternative payment models for perioperative care.

Speaker Sessions

6 – How We Developed an Advanced Analytics Team to Solve Our Strategic Problems (strategy, analyst)

It’s all about the data. The ability to quickly and effectively assemble timely, accurate, and comprehensive data for strategic decision making and operational execution is an imperative in our era of: increasing at-risk payment models, reduced reimbursements, cost pressures, consumer demands, and evolving healthcare technologies like predictive analytics and precision medicine.   The University of Kansas Health System’s advanced analytics team will discuss how it partners with its users to quickly develop insights, predictions, and interventions to solve strategic problems: generating new revenue, improving operational efficiencies, and delivering safe, quality care.

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