Dan Exley

Architect, Sharp HealthCare
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Exley

SI 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit – The New Standard for Analytics Value

The Scottsdale Institute 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit sponsored by Optum convened 31 health-system analytics executives from prominent healthcare systems across ...
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COVID-19 Procedural PPE Utilization Forecast Tool at Sharp

Jon McManus, VP Enterprise Analytics, and Dan Exley, Principal Data Architect, Sharp HealthCare.  Jon and Dan explain how Sharp HealthCare ...
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      Juli Plack

      VP, Information Delivery, Healthcare Analytics, OSF HealthCare
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      Plack

      SI 2021 Analytics Virtual Summit – Connecting the Dots: Data-Driven Transformation

      Shifting to a cloud infrastructure, incorporating analytics at point-of-care and discussing the future landscape of our healthcare data—these were just ...
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      SI 2020 Innovation Virtual Summit – Transforming the Way We Work: How Innovation Becomes the Next Normal

      The Scottsdale Institute convened 46 health-system innovation leaders for a virtual summit moderated by Deloitte on November 18, 2020, to ...
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      SI 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit – The New Standard for Analytics Value

      The Scottsdale Institute 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit sponsored by Optum convened 31 health-system analytics executives from prominent healthcare systems across ...
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          Justin Pestrue

          Administrative Director of Quality Analytics, University of Michigan Health System
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          Pestrue

          SI 2021 Analytics Virtual Summit – Connecting the Dots: Data-Driven Transformation

          Shifting to a cloud infrastructure, incorporating analytics at point-of-care and discussing the future landscape of our healthcare data—these were just ...
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          SI 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit – The New Standard for Analytics Value

          The Scottsdale Institute 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit sponsored by Optum convened 31 health-system analytics executives from prominent healthcare systems across ...
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              Sony Shah

              Admin. Director Performance Analytics, Adventist Health
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              Shah

              SI 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit – The New Standard for Analytics Value

              The Scottsdale Institute 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit sponsored by Optum convened 31 health-system analytics executives from prominent healthcare systems across ...
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                  Kim Jackson

                  VP Business Analytics , Adventist Health

                  Kim Jackson is a health care professional with 20 years of experience in analytics, business intelligence, data warehousing, process improvement, consulting and facilitating, data analysis, statistics, data governance and master data management. She is the Vice President of Business Analytics. Her accountabilities include Clinical and Supply Chain Analytics, Business Intelligence, Performance Analytics and Data Science. Kim has a bachelor of Art in Economics with an Emphasis in Statistics from University California Irvine. She is a Six Sigma Black Belt as well.

                  Bio posted September 2020

                      Bernie Porter

                      Bernie Porter is the VP for System Informatics at Baptist Health in Kentucky, where his responsible for leading the partnership between senior leaders and the developer/analyst community.  In this role, the VP is responsible for ensuring data-driven performance management programs are designed and implemented in a manner aligned with Baptist Health’s vision to lead in clinical excellence, compassionate care and growth.  The VP will play a critical role in the transformational changes at Baptist Health, leveraging the analytics infrastructure, developers and analysts as strategic assets that provide the agile clinical, financial, and operational analytics needed.

                      As the VP for System Informatics, he is responsible for working with the COO and CIO to set strategy, goals, and priorities for Informatics Governance:

                      • Assess current and emerging analytical tools/resources and develop strategies to ensure that the most effective combination of tools (warehouses, BI, predictive, AI) and resources (architects, developers, analysts, and data scientists) are utilized to meet the current and future needs of Baptist Health Informatics.
                      • Support the informatics governance strategy by defining owners, stewards and stakeholders and their roles. Champion governance by following the process for the key metrics.
                      • Maximize the value of information and analytics assets for all users by improving their ability to use them effectively.
                      • Support maturity assessments and improvement efforts for key areas.
                      • Move from descriptive (what happened) and diagnostic analytics (why it happened) to predictive (what might happen in the future) and prescriptive analytics (combination of all that looks at what could happen and suggests what you should do). 

                      In addition, Mr. Porter is a past President of InSight, which at the time was the nation’s largest user group for McKesson Healthcare customers.  During his career he has been involved in the design and development of Data Warehousing, BI, Cost Accounting, Productivity and Revenue Cycles systems.

                      Bio updated September 2021
                      Porter

                      SI 2021 Digital Innovation Roundtable – Touchpoints: Keeping Innovation Culture Going

                      At its recent Digital Innovation Roundtable, sponsored by Deloitte on November 17, 2021, the Scottsdale Institute convened 22 Members and ...
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                      SI 2021 Clinical Operations Roundtable – Blurring the Boundaries: Clinical Leadership, Post-COVID

                      At its recent Clinical Ops Roundtable, sponsored by Hearst Health on November 16, 2021, the Scottsdale Institute convened 22 Members ...
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                      SI 2019 Analytics Summit – Driving Innovation and Transformation with Analytics

                      The Scottsdale Institute 2019 Analytics Summit sponsored by Optum convened 21 leading analytics executives from 19 health systems across the ...
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                          Janica Hardin

                          Janica Hardin, MPH is Director of Business Intelligence at Saint Alphonsus Health System, a Trinity Health faith-based and mission oriented health system in Idaho and Oregon. Janica has 20 years of professional research and business intelligence experience and 10 years of experience as a healthcare business intelligence thought leader. Prior to joining Saint Alphonsus, Janica was a research consultant for the University of Idaho and an independent consultant working with public and private agencies. She has served in various roles at local, state and national levels, including consulting for start-up company’s, implementation of large-scale grants and program evaluation, and planning and roll-out of enterprise-wide healthcare technology. Her most recent role was the Co-Chair of the Health Information Technology and Data Governance Workgroup for the Idaho State Healthcare Innovation Plan, a four (4) year, $40 million CMMI grant that concluded in January 2019. Janica’s areas of expertise include business intelligence, healthcare information technology, innovation, people development, population health, and unlocking data as a business asset.

                          Bio added September 2020

                              Tony Pastorino

                              Tony is a Vice President within the Informatics and Information Services organization of IU Health.  He has responsibility for Enterprise Business Applications and Data Warehousing & Decision Support. Tony has 25+ years of IT experience across multiple industries.

                              Bio posted September 2020

                                  Paul Lampi

                                  Paul Lampi is Director, Technical Services leading Memorial Hermann Health System’s Enterprise Business Intelligence and Data Governance Teams.  His responsibilities include enterprise data warehouses, Tableau visualizations and reporting with Business Objects, CCL and NOMAD as well as the data governance program.  Paul works with various stakeholders throughout the System to build an analytics community in support of various departmental and service line initiatives.  He graduated from Indiana University with degrees in Chemistry, Biology and a Master of Health Administration.  Prior to Memorial Hermann, he worked at the IU School of Medicine, Indianapolis VA Medical Center, Baylor College of Medicine and DePelchin Children’s Center.

                                  Bio posted September 2020

                                      Chris Crook

                                      Chris Crook is senior vice president of information services and chief information officer for Priority Health. He leads all teams within information services for Priority Health, including application development, software quality assurance, client technology, and domain architecture, along with other teams that work on optimizing Priority Health’s technology assets.

                                      Chris’ experience includes the application of technology in consumer engagement programs, analytics, rewards and incentive models, as well as developing technical and operational marketing of complex product lines relating to wellness programs, digital business and innovation. 

                                      Work experience

                                      Crook has over 30 years of experience in the health care industry developing and leading information services teams.  He currently serves on the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) Shared Services board of directors.

                                      Prior to joining Priority Health, he served in many leadership roles in information technology at Humana. Most recently he was IT director of Humana’s wellness applications and group commercial division.  He is a seasoned operational leader with expertise in program implementation, integration, product management, and system growth development. 

                                      Education

                                      M.B.A., Entrepreneurship
                                      University of Louisville
                                      Summa Cum Laude
                                      Louisville, Kentucky

                                      B.S., Computer Science
                                      University of California, Santa Barbara
                                      Santa Barbara, California

                                      Bio posted September 2020