Session ID: 

Using Data to Generate Evidence Which Drives Value

11:15am - 12:15pm Monday, February 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center


With the increase occurrences of data being captured electronically at the point of use, an organization’s ability to apply evidence through data science is critical. By using predictive analytics to make better healthcare decisions, the future of the clinically-integrated supply chain will thrive, especially as the number of value-based reimbursement models mature in the industry. With a focus on the criticality of evidence grounded in data science, this session focuses on all aspects of data: the identification; the technologies needed to create, maintain, and support its capture; governance; and the liberation of the data to positively impact patient care.
This session is part of a special program called Clinically Integrated Supply Chain Symposium: The Missing Link to Value. Extra fees and separate registration is required.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the strategic importance of using data captured across the point of use and its ability to solve the cost/quality equation
  • Identify the ways to disseminate data so that it guides and informs clinical practice
  • Review the technologies needed to create, maintain, and support robust data capture
  • Discuss the challenge and opportunities with data governance across the enterprises


Professor of Medicine,
Duke University Medical Center


Chief Quality, Chief Clin Transformation Officer
Supply Chain Management Professionals/Clinicans