Mr. Vetteth is the Chief Analytics Officer at Stanford Health Care. His responsibilities include driving clinical, operational and business improvement efforts through data analytics and reporting, establishing and maintaining the enterprise data governance processes.
Mr. Vetteth joined Stanford in 2011 from Accenture, where he was a Partner and led the Healthcare IT Strategy practice in the US. His clients included both healthcare providers and payers who he worked with to develop and implement IT and Analytics enabled business strategies.
Prior to Accenture, Yohan held leadership positions at multiple entrepreneurial ventures that included Jamcracker and vCIO. At Jamcracker, Yohan was part of the initial senior executive team that launched one of the pioneering cloud computing platforms that integrated early stage SaaS offerings. He was also a member of the high-tech strategy practice of Arthur D. Little, where he helped leading tech companies formulate their business and technology strategies.
Yohan holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of San Francisco where he was both a McLaren Fellow and a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. He also earned a Bachelor of Science (Physics) from Loyola College in Madras, India.
Stanford Health Care, like many high-volume healthcare organizations, had a perennial need to find cost-effective solutions to manage its need for increased capacity. At one point, Stanford had to utilize a mobile surge unit (MSU) to support its emergency department(ED) in the winter months. Discover how Stanford used data and predictive analytics to improve its capacity and provide increased patient access, without the costly and time-consuming process of adding bricks and mortar. Using analytics insights, Stanford improved the efficiency and capacity of its ED and inpatient beds, reduced the number of cancelled cases, decreased ED boarding hours, and avoided use of the MSU. Learn three, key interventions Stanford used to develop its operational countermeasures to improve capacity: a daily dashboard, a 24/48-hour discharge prediction, and an annual capacity assessment.