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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

4:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Track: OPERATIONAL Sponsored by: WhereScape View Track UNRAVELING SILOES TO BUILD A ‘HEALTHY’ DATA FOUNDATION
Linda McCann VP of Enterprise Business Intelligence, MVP HEALTH CARE

For too long, health care payers and providers have been doing whatever they can to support increasing reporting needs, regulatory compliance, and special requests – “just enough to alleviate and prevent an impending analytic heart attack."  It's no longer enough to barely stay alive in this manner:  growing information demands, consumer expectations, and heightened competition for members and patients requires health care organizations to get healthy at their core or risk the business equivalent of a coronary bypass - or worse.

But to do so requires organizations to unravel decades of siloed data, disconnected legacy software and systems, and disjointed short-term data management efforts to start fresh and do things differently. This session showcases how MVP Health Care is undertaking its own data environment transformation after years of semi-effective information initiatives. MVP built a next-generation Business Intelligence Competency Center (BICC) from the ground up to improve customer satisfaction, drive smarter decision-making, and unlock new areas of competitive advantage. 

Valuable insights and success factors for health care data turnarounds will include:

  • What an analytically-focused health care organization looks like and how it behaves
  • Keys to delivering quick wins that build long-term executive support and funding
  • New and surprising change management and data governance practices
  • The single biggest factor for analytical success (hint: it has nothing to do with technology)
  • Considerations for starting a BICC

 

 

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