16 – Detecting, Monitoring, and Preventing Patient Safety Events (clinical, pop health)
Robert Quickel, MD, FACS | Kassie Ryan, RN, MSN
17 – Privacy Analytics: A Johns Hopkins Case Study – Using AI to Stop Data Breaches (technical, AI)
24 – How Automating and Virtualizing the Hell Out of Healthcare Is the Only Way to Save It (strategy, innovation)
Lyle Berkowitz, MD, FACP, FHIMSS
25 – Toward Proactive, Predictive, and Personalized Care: How Startups Are Using Data Science to Build a Better Future for Healthcare (innovation, AI)
26 – Adding Capacity Without Construction: A Collaboration of Analytics and Frontline Operations (operations, analyst)
Yohan Vetteth, MBA | Rudy Arthofer, RN, BSN, MHA
27 – Turning Data Analysts into Data Scientists (technical, analyst)
Imran Qureshi | Taylor Larsen
28 – Population Health Innovations Deliver Significant Cost Savings and Improved Health Outcomes (pop health)
Dave Jackson, MBA | Shauna Thome
29 – Integrating Clinical Improvement and Activity-Based Costing Identifies Pathway to Healthier Moms and Babies (clinical, financial)
Paula Lounder | Hyagriv Simhan, MD, MS | Beth Quinn, MSN, RNC-MNN
30 – Machine Learning Marketplace (new to HAS 18) (AI, innovation)
31 – Analysts Surf the Tsunami of Healthcare Data (analyst, fun)
32 – The Data Maze Game: Navigating the Complexities of Data Governance (strategy, fun)
Thomas D. Burton, MBA | Mike Noke
34 – Transforming Emergency Care with Analytics and Technologies (clinical, operations)
Linda Hummel, RN, BSN, MS | Richard “Rick” Lee, MSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC
35 – Innovative Analytics: Using Analytics to Evaluate Emerging Technologies (innovation, operations)
Shaina Witt | Chelsey Thomas | Pam Rush | Steven M. Bradley, MD, MPH
36 – Data, Insights, Action! Little-Known Principles and Skills for Making Analytics Actionable (analyst, operations)
37 – Reducing Unwarranted Clinical Variation Saves Tens of Millions of Dollars (financial, analyst)
Matthew Brown | Sarah Jenson
38 – Proactive Patient and Leadership Engagement Delivers an Improved Care Experience (operations, innovation)
Tamra E. Minnier, RN, MSN, FACHE | Jody Madala
What Attendees From Last Year Had to Say
This is the best conference I’ve ever been to in all my years in healthcare…and that’s over 20 years
I can’t imagine a better summit. My brain is buzzing with all these new tools, resources, case studies, and innovative ideas and software. 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 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!
It definitely exceeded my expectations. A lot of conferences I go to, you take a lot information but it doesn’t have a practical application. This is completely different because I feel like I have a lot of information I’m excited about and can apply to my situation.
We talk about value -based care…this is a value-based conference. Considering what other conferences costs, the value I get out of this is tremendous.