Achieving the promise of digital transformation in healthcare depends on the ability to capture and analyze data from disparate sources to understand individuals’ health needs. Join the HIMSS New England Chapter on October 19 at 11:00 am CT to hear how two organizations leveraged data analytics to chart a path for digital health transformation and close gaps in care.
For example, one of their clients which helps seniors safely age in place, invested in a self-cataloguing data lake to ingest and store structured and unstructured data from multiple sources, including real-time data from health wearables and remote monitoring devices. The organization uses AI and machine learning to detect health anomalies and prompt clinicians for follow-up.
- Explore why a data-based approach to digital innovation is key to driving and sustaining value in healthcare.
- Discuss the challenges of using data—especially unstructured data—to pinpoint patients’ needs and close gaps in care
- Assess two healthcare organizations’ approaches to charting a path for digitalhealth transformation informed by data analytics.
Vice President, Healthcare, Healthcare Triangle
Rogers leads the Healthcare division, providing sales and delivery leadership, relationship management and innovative product solutions. She draws on over 15 years of experience delivering innovative technology solutions, with a focus on provider organizations.
Chief Technology Officer, Healthcare Triangle
Mogli drives the overall strategic vision of Healthcare Triangle and is responsible for the product strategies of next generation applications and solutions for customers in regulated industries such as life sciences, pharma, healthcare and financial services.
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