“This is my fourth HAS & it never ceases to amaze me!”
We have optimized this summit for many types of healthcare organizations, roles, and situations.
Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate vendors or service providers due to capacity constraints. So, who is this summit designed for? We thought it would be helpful to describe who would best be served by attending this summit.
What Are Some of the Challenges We Are Addressing in This Summit?
What were the challenges in the first wave of AI and how are we addressing those in the second wave?
How can we implement AI in ways that will augment, not supplant human intelligence?
How can AI help recover and strengthen the clinician/patient relationship?
How do we address the ethical challenges with our new AI capabilities?
How can clinical improvement concurrently demonstrate financial ROI, and how can financial initiatives also improve instead of disrupt care?
Who are the new digital innovators using data to shake up the marketplace? We’ll hear from innovators in many spaces in both the consumer and business space?
How are digital innovators competing against the status quo and how can you recognize and stay in front of them?
Is value-base care accelerating or slowing down? And where are the value-based care models coming from?
How quickly digital apps are proliferating that are collecting patient data? How can we get that data into our system?
What Types of Organizations and Roles Usually Face These Struggles?
Provider oriented C-level executives, physician leaders, nurse leaders, patient safety and quality leaders, IT leaders, analysts and analytics leaders, front-line cross functional teams, and healthcare consultants advising these teams.
Physician groups, single or multi-hospital systems, large hospitals, integrated delivery networks, academic medical centers, small community hospitals, payer networks, ACOs or other types of accountable care or population health initiatives with health organizations.
Life science organizations (Academic medical centers, research organizations, biotech organizations, and pharma organizations) using data to address precision medicine, research, and improve clinical trial recruitment and effectiveness.
Innovative payer and employer groups developing new data-driven models that are improving and transforming healthcare.
Who Should Not Attend
Vendors, sponsors, or consultants trying to sell to attendees.
This is a highly educational-oriented experience, not a vendor or sales-oriented summit. Therefore, due to space constraints and past feedback, we are not able to accommodate vendor or service provider attendance. Also, teams that are so consumed in developing or implementing an EMR that they don’t yet have the bandwidth to give analytics the attention it deserves should not attend. An EMR is a critical foundation that is a precursor to but not sufficient for successful analytics.
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