WEBINAR: Build infrastructure for a data-driven healthcare organization
May 04, 2021 Completed
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Join c-suite leaders from Mount Sinai, Northwell and Ochsner Health to discuss the threats and opportunities of health data interoperability
Sound data is the foundation to good decisions and good science. For healthcare organizations, unlocking data is key to driving quality, improving efficient and reducing the cost of care.
Yet many lack the infrastructure to deliver data driven healthcare. Are you guilty of under-using and under-investing in data as your most valuable resource?
Sign-up and join 1000+ health data leaders for this Reuters Events webinar and learn how to:
Build a central depository to connect disparate systems and internal silos to navigate new interoperability standards and regulations, while ensuring end-to-end organizational visibility
Make data actionable by streamlining EMR process to harmonize, assimilate and aggregate data presented back to a variety of stakeholders, operators that administrators and individuals involved in finance, care delivery and quality improvement
Improve data quality by implementing data governance and transparency best practices, leveraging the cloud to achieve enterprise-wide data visibility while unlocking a full suite of analytics tools
Achieve and maintain strong data integrity by ensuring your data is consistent across the entire domain
*And don’t worry if you can't make it live, sign-up anyway and we’ll send you the recordings directly to your inbox.
Speakers: Kristen Myers, EVP and Chief Informatics Officer, Mount Sinai Health, Laura Wilt, System Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Ochsner Health, Deborah Schrag, MD, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Christopher Hutchins, VP, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Northwell Health
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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