Many health systems recognize the value of data, however, building a data-driven organization is no easy task. Join this analytics roundtable to discuss modern, effective data and analytic strategies and emerging trends – including people, process and technology – to make the most of your data resources.
Key topics will include: organizational structure, data access, data literacy, data governance, self-service tools, automated data prep and cloud adoption. Questions for consideration: In your organization, what are real-life examples of what it means to be a “data-driven organization”? In terms of effective people, process and technology strategies you’ve put in place to get the most out of your data, can you provide an example of how those strategies helped drive positive results? What emerging trends are you seeing in terms of people, process and technology? What gaps or barriers are preventing you from getting the most out of your data today? How do you plan to overcome? For organizations wanting to modernize their data and analytic strategies, what advice do you have?