Sunday, March 29, 2015
02:30 PM - 05:45 PM
Competing in today’s information-driven marketplace requires data-focused strategies that enable organizations to be competent, agile and innovative. This requires data to be at the heart of your organizational business model and strategy. So you have figured out your data strategy but how do you go about putting together the roadmap and implementation plan? Utilizing various case studies and client experiences, this workshop will help turn your strategy into action.
- Getting started – how to identify what’s important and taking the first steps
- How to create the vision – what artifacts need to be created to layout the long-term value, to show it physically look like and communicate what it’s going to take the organization to get there
- Identifying and addressing the cultural challenges that get in the way of a data-centric transformation – what are the steps and deliverables to change management
- How to deliver value while building your data management capabilities – how to develop plans that meet both objectives
- Case study example artifacts used to implement a data strategy
- Impact of data in healthcare
- Case studies that cover success stories of using analytics to improve cancer and palliative care
An innovative and practiced thought-leader in data management, Lewis Broome has more than 20 years of experience successfully designing, managing, implementing and leading global data management and information technology solutions. His successful track record is marked by strong leadership coupled with a passion for driving data and technology solutions from a clear business-value proposition. As an executive in the global financial industry, Lewis led the development of globally integrated data solutions for two of the largest banks in the world. He designed and delivered data solutions (conceptual, logical and physical) and was able to drive standards and deliver timely, cost-effective solutions that were aligned to business objectives. In his current role as CEO, Lewis, in partnership with Peter Aiken, Ph.D., has developed a tier-1 consulting organization that effectively combines data management, management consulting and technology into a unique professional services offering.
J. Brian Cassel is Assistant Professor in the division of Hematology/Oncology and Palliative Care, and Associate Director of the Cancer Informatics Core at Massey Cancer Center, Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. His research interests include cancer informatics, and health services research on specialist palliative care services in the US and the UK, specifically the costs and financing of cancer care and palliative care. As a faculty member of VCU’s “Palliative Care Leadership Center” he has helped to train more than 150 palliative care teams from all over the US. In 2012 he was a Fulbright Scholar at the Cicely Saunders Institute at King’s College London, UK.