Provider-Driven Data Analytics to Improve Outcomes
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
January 31, 2019
Data — for most health care organizations, it presents the greatest opportunity, and the greatest challenge. With an overwhelming majority of NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members calling analytics extremely important to their long-term competitive strategy, it is crucial to get data collection and analysis right in the service of the ultimate goal, better health.
In this free, live web event from NEJM Catalyst, a slate of experts who have used data to bring about positive change in their organizations share insights on how analytics can help target care more effectively and reduce costs. Our speakers — a cross-section of executives, clinical leaders, and researchers — show you how to pull actionable directives from all parts of your organization, including what’s generated via artificial intelligence, genomics, precision medicine, and patient-reported outcomes.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- How to use data to make the case for change internally and to the broader community.
- How to arrive at measures that actually matter, including patient-reported outcome measurements.
- What the massive amounts of data generated by artificial intelligence, genomics, and precision medicine will mean to providers and patients.
- How to put information in front of people in a way they can’t ignore and that will improve health care incentives, as well as individual and population health.
Health Care Administration
Baumhauer, Judith F.; Compton-Phillips, Amy; Jenrette, John E.; Lee, Thomas H.; McGlynn, Elizabeth A.; Mohta, Namita Seth; Obermeyer, Ziad; Priselac, Thomas M.; Robicsek, Ari; Roth, Anna M.; Weingarten, Scott; and Weinstein, James N., "Provider-Driven Data Analytics to Improve Outcomes" (2019). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 1664.