J. Bryan Bennett, predictive analytics curriculum subject matter expert and an adjunct professor at Northwestern University, has signed on to lead a workshop at Health Data Management’s Healthcare Analytics Symposium that will focus on the implementation and application of new technologies within healthcare organizations.

The workshop will look at how healthcare I.T. executives can  assess an organization’s readiness for analytics; determine if the right technologies, needs and skill sets are in place; and how to build a project roadmap with a realistic view of potential pitfalls. The workshop will also explore tips on how to win support from senior executives.

Health Data Management’s Healthcare Analytics Symposium will be held July 13-15 in Chicago. The event kicks off with a keynote address, “Understanding the Changing Role of the CIO,” from Bruce Smith, senior vice president and CIO at Advocate Health Care.

Among the conference’s other speakers: Ross Gustafson, vice president of Allina Performance Resources at Allina Health, will present “Realizing Efficiencies by Building Out Your External Analytics Capabilities”; and Terri Steinberg, M.D., chief health information officer and vice president of population health informatics at Christiana Care Health System, will give a talk titled  “Data-Driven Population Health Management: An Innovative Health Technology Architecture to Support New Care Delivery Models.”

For more information on the conference, click here.

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