WHERE THE BRIGHTEST MINDS in health and IT meet.

The CIO/CMO Relationship: Keys to Leading and Thriving During Changing Times

February 22, 2017 — 11:30AM - 12:30PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
303A
Session ID: 
311

Description

A unified analytics team and data governance structure enabled Medical Center to bring together and standardize multiple discrete data sources, so all departments rely on a single source of truth when it comes to their data. To achieve this, they moved analytics out of their IT department and into a distinct department of analytics and decision support. One of the unique outcomes of Medical Center’s reorganization was the creation of two distinct but complementary CMIO positions, one for inpatient settings and one for outpatient care. As cost and quality are increasingly measured not by care episodes but by overall patient outcomes, optimizing transitions in care has become a crucial focal point for health systems. Bringing together the expertise of both inpatient and outpatient domains ensures that the insights garnered from analytics fully address the continuum of care.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the process and benefits of separating analytics and decision support from the IT department
  • Demonstrate the central function of data governance to establish user confidence in data-driven decision making
  • Illustrate the use of integrated data to drive improved outcomes in clinical, financial and operational domains

Audience: 

C-Suite
IT Professional
Physician, CMO, CMIO

Level: 

Intermediate

WHERE THE BRIGHTEST MINDS

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