Meeting the Demands of a Value-Based World
Health Forum and GE HealthcareREGISTER NOW
Event date: Thursday, June 8, 2017, 1:00 p.m. Eastern (12:00 p.m. Central)
Health care leaders and managers are under intense pressure to deliver the analytics infrastructure and services needed to achieve meaningful clinical, financial and operational outcomes across their health care system. The gap between transactional and machine data to meaningful outcomes is where the rubber hits the road. The time to deliver is now!
This session explores practical and innovative ways to meet analytics needs quicker and with the optimal investment and cost.
Explore the practical challenges, barriers and possible solutions and innovation to achieve sustainable results from implementing analytics services within care areas, services line departments and across your hospital enterprise.
How are you advancing faster time to value in your analytics?
What Attendees Will Learn:
- About the concept and power of “little data” vs big data and how unleashing the power of “little” data can help drive quick wins, faster time to value and organizational engagement
- Key strategies and tactics and cutting edge approaches to maximizing the opportunity to unleash the power of your data to help improve performance by learning about how to…
- Accelerate user adoption and results by providing purpose-built analytics apps focused on desired outcomes on the front line, service and department level.
- Focus on top priorities by helping your user teams pose the right app-development questions about the issues that matter at the service line and department level.
- Deploy analytics in a user-friendly, purposeful way to drive adoption and results
- Explore recent feature case studies on OR Improvements and highlights on the latest in applied “gamealytics” in the revenue cycle to driver higher performance
- Specific “special” considerations in the new standard
Director, Analytics & Cybersecurity
Travis works closely with executives, IT staff, analysts, and clinicians to develop and embed solutions using data and analytics to solve their most significant challenges. He has over 16 years of healthcare experience and 13 years of expertise in reporting, business intelligence and analytics solutions on various platforms.
Travis continuously pushes innovation at GE, from building and managing the Cardiology Custom Report Writing business, through the release of DenialsIQ, GE’s first Revenue Cycle-focused advanced analytics module.
Prior to joining GE Healthcare, Travis was the Systems Administrator of the Cardiac Service line in a large hospital network in Orlando, FL. In January 2016, Travis was selected as a recipient of the 2015 GE Healthcare IT CEO’s Award. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2002 majoring in Health Service Administration and minoring in Healthcare Finance.
Rob Nelson, DBA, MBA, FACHE
Marketing Director, Analytics
Dr. Rob Nelson possesses over 20 years of experience in marketing, business development, strategy, operations and program management. Currently Rob is responsible for US the growth strategy of GE Healthcare’s Analytics Solutions business with an emphasis on consulting and analytics including new solution introductions. He is also Adjunct Professor at the Stuart School of Business at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), where through his strategic marketing capstone course program of the MBA/MAC program at IIT, he and his students work with start-ups and the Knapp Entrepreneurship Center and other incubators on solving go-to-market issues for participating companies. His own inaugural start-up experience was with, then pre-IPO, Amazon.com, at its first location in Seattle.
Rob has served both as a private consultant and senior manager and executive, leading a dozen different organizations and multiple teams and projects for Fortune 30 and privately held firms including GE Healthcare, Quorum Health Resources, the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), Motorola and IBM. Prior to his corporate career, he served 11 years in the US Navy as both enlisted in naval intelligence and as an officer in the combat logistics force.
Analytics Solutions Leader
Cissy has been with GE Healthcare for 17 years and has 25 years of healthcare experience. She has been a collaborative and innovative leader, fostering start-up service solutions that were essential to value added project management, consulting, integration, and report writing teams. She works across the GE Healthcare portfolio of Analytics solutions for the Americas to facilitate go-to market effectiveness and alignment of the analytics solutions portfolio. Cissy works closely with customer executives, material management personnel, and clinical teams while in collaboration with GE’s services, sales, product, and marketing teams in the development and release of the first analytics solution for High Acuity, the Materials Management in the operating room. She focused her efforts on the delivery of a comprehensive analytics offering valued by the customer and scaled within the healthcare market driving financial outcomes. Cissy graduated from Lincoln Memorial University majoring in Information Systems and minoring in Accounting. Cissy lives in Knoxville, TN with her husband, Dave, sons, Hunter and Tanner.
Analytics Solutions Architect
Garry develops data driven solutions using small and large datasets to provide targeted analytics to solve significant problems and goals. These solutions are designed to be consumed by executives, IT Staff, clinicians, and analyst. He has over 15 years of healthcare experience working with analytics and extensive EDI/HL7 experience.
Prior to joining GE Healthcare, Garry was the network and Web presence administrator for an educational supply company in East Tennessee. He graduated from Tennessee Technological University in 1999 majoring in Management Information System.
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