Session #15: Day One Review Through Analytics. Steve Barlow. Brent Dover. Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Client Operations, Health Catalyst. Thomas D. Burton. President, Health Catalyst. Co-Founder and Senior Vice President Product Development, Health Catalyst. Day 1 in Review. A.
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Session #15:Day One Review Through Analytics Steve Barlow Brent Dover Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Client Operations, Health Catalyst Thomas D. Burton • President, Health Catalyst Co-Founder and Senior Vice President Product Development, Health Catalyst
The agenda says we will end day 1 at 4:45. What time will we REALLY end? A
Poll Question #1 Which of yesterday’s keynote or breakout sessions was the most impactful to you? • Billy Beane (Moneyball) • Glenn Steele (Geisinger) • James Merlino (Cleveland Clinic) • Mike Leavitt (The Future of Healthcare Reform) • Ray Kurzweil (Google Futurist) • One of the breakout sessions was my favorite
Day 1 in Review Using Analytics A
What You Were Saying - Twitter Quality vs cost B Need to make a compelling case for analytics A Patient experience & transformation C Takes courage to use analytics D
Twitter Results A
Highest Variation: Health System Size A
Size Impact on Key Issues Size of your healthcare organization No. of beds Clinical integration / accountable care trends Profitability Pressures Greatest driving force for analytics
Credit Score by Role Average Credit Score JUST KIDDING! What is your current role?
Culture and Relationships Culture of quality improvement (1 to 5) Relationship between physicians and leadership
Culture and Relationships Culture of quality improvement (1 to 5) Relationship between IT and the rest of your organization
Culture and Relationships Culture of quality improvement (1 to 5) A - Skeptical B - Worried C – Wait and See D – Optimistic E – Advocate Which best describes your current feelings regarding healthcare analytics in your organization
Conclusion Being an analytics driven organization takes courage… Requires strong relationships between: • Clinicians • Technical / Analytical • Leadership …These relationships lead to culture of quality improvement and excitement for analytics