Tuesday, March 31, 2015
01:15 PM - 02:00 PM
Organizations need to be agile in adapting to the evolving healthcare reform agenda, which includes demonstrating value in healthcare driven by patient care and outcomes. This includes an understanding on the strategic context of change in healthcare and the implications for organizations preparing for this new future reality. This presentation explores how healthcare organizations are preparing for the emerging paradigm of enterprise analytics and prepare for a reformed health system. This evolving approach focuses on how requirements for analytics are shifting from siloed departmental reporting to enterprise-wide demands for providing clinical and business performance insight.
- US Healthcare Changes
- Motivating Patient Behavior
- Improving the quality of patient care while reducing costs by using analytics
- Harnessing big data (structured and unstructured) to improve the holistic view of healthcare
- Organizational dynamics when implementing enterprise-wide analytics
Michael Jennings is a recognized industry expert in enterprise architecture and information management. He has more than 25 years of information management experience in various industries.
Jennings speaks frequently on enterprise architecture and information management concepts and practices at major industry conferences. He is co-author of the book "Universal Meta Data Models" and a contributing author to the books "Building and Managing the Meta Data Repository" and “The DAMA Guide to the Data Management Body of Knowledge - DMBOK."
Jennings was recognized with the 2013 DAMA International Professional Achievement Award and as one of Information Management Magazine’s 25 Top Information Managers of 2012.