I was at the Population Health Colloquium this past week presenting with @LesliAdams from Oracle’s HSGBU Strategy Team discussing the age old question of “Who champions the EDW in a hospital setting?” Our presentation explored four types of change (Evolutionary, Disruptive, Imposed and Deliberate) and how all are needed in Healthcare. Group polling revealed that the preference was either “disruptive” or “purposeful” to get things done.
We went on to discuss the challenges and goals of integrating analytics (including retrospective data) into the clinician workflow within the EMR and how the Chief Informatics Officer is the best organizational role to champion analytics.
View the full presentation from the MINI SUMMIT IV: WHO IS YOUR CHAMPION OF CLINICAL OUTCOMES? NAVIGATING ENTERPRISE-WIDE ANALYTICS AND THE DIGITAL SAFETY NET.
The group, which included several clinicians also delved into the dialog of how clinical analytics and should influence clinical (EMR) workflow. There are many challenges, but the idea that Precision Medicine and Population Health can converge to improve patient outcomes is an exciting topic!
Perficient will also be at HIMSS 2015 #HIMSS15 during the week of April 12th in Chicago. Stop by to meet our dynamic team of Life Sciences and Healthcare experts at in booth #4460.
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