John holds a BS in human genetics along with MS of Biomedical Informatics from the University of Utah school of medicine. For over 20 years, he has helped health systems turn their data into an actionable asset. Additionally, he has worked with dozens of analytic teams and hundreds of analysts to increase their utility to improve patient outcomes. John has designed hiring practices and career development tracks for analysts, data architects/engineers, and data scientists within Health Catalyst and many care delivery organizations. John consistently consults with chief officers of health institutions and payers to help them create a thriving analytic ecosystem.
(Analytics Best Practices — Course Level: Intermediate)
You have a lot of choices when you eat out—from fast food that gives you a quick meal with minimal nourishment to a high-class buffet like the Bellagio in Las Vegas, which gives you choices, great flavor, and nutrition—everything you need to feel completely satisfied. Like the buffet at the Bellagio, analytics teams nourish health systems by combining the right ingredients of technology and care delivery expertise.
In this session, we will share how the best health systems leverage analytics in support of COVID recovery. We’ll provide a rubric to assess analytics for your health system and tips to become an analytically mature organization.
This session provides tips to mature your analytics:
- Find real opportunities.
- Quantify them and the resource lift to capture them.
- Prioritize by aligning with key strategies for the organization, department, and team.
- Elevate data analytics understanding throughout the organization through training.