Upcoming Healthcare Data Analytics Summit in Toronto

by Trevor Strome on September 25, 2013

I am pleased to announce that I will be presenting at the upcoming Second Annual Summit on Data Analytics for Healthcare to be held in Toronto, Canada on December 3rd and 4th, 2013. The title of my presentation is going to be, “How to Develop an Analytics Strategy that Drives Healthcare Transformation.” In my presentation, I’ll discuss how to develop and apply a data analytics strategy within a Healthcare Organization (HCO) to drive the decision-making and action necessary to achieve significant quality and performance improvements within an HCO. Specifically, the talk will focus on how to leverage timely data, appropriate methods and committed teams to achieve healthcare transformation. Attendees will walk away with an action plan to:

  • Align quality goals of management, departments, and programs
  • Provide business intelligence analytics for quality improvement teams
  • Develop an analytics blueprint to achieve healthcare transformation objectives
  • Use metrics and indicators for evaluation without diluting data

In addition to my presentation, I’m looking forward to seeing the many other excellent speakers and analytics experts representing organizations ranging from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and SAS to Texas Children’s Hospital and University Hospitals of Geneva.

Keep visiting this site for updates and previews of my presentation. Or, better yet, sign up for email updates on the box on the right-hand side of the screen and be informed of updates when they happen!

On Twitter, you can follow the summit @HealthDataCA and receive tweets from me @tstrome.

For more information about analytics strategy, my new book Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement features a chapter on developing an analytics strategy which includes downloadable templates and other resources for developing an analytics strategy that works for your HCO.  

I hope to see you in Toronto in December!

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