Uncertainty brings opportunity for change. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, healthcare leaders showed remarkable agility and worked collaboratively to deploy new virtual care models, innovate solutions to supply chain issues, and evaluate declines in revenue. As the healthcare industry continues to traverse through uncharted waters, analytics has become an essential navigational tool.
Conventional wisdom and the playbooks of the past may no longer be relevant. Decision makers must deal with uncertainty and think differently. Rather than relying on historic score cards to report “what happened”, leaders are using advanced analytics to explore “what-if” scenarios and model “what will happen” and “how do we make it happen”.
Decision makers should not defer this work to data scientists. They must play a central role in determining the problems to be solved, exploring what and how to analyze, and defining what the numbers mean to key decisions. Healthcare operations, financial, clinical, and business leaders must be able to engage, communicate and act using data driven insights.
During this webinar we examine:
- The Time Is Now for Advanced Analytics
- Five Game Changers for the Healthcare Decision Maker
- Continuing the Conversation: The Last Mile
Presented by the Scottsdale Institute, Luke Webster, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Jvion, and Pam Arlotto, President and CEO, Maestro Strategies discussed the topic “From CMIO to CHIO: Information, Integration and Innovation.” This presentation explores the evolving role of the CMIO. Dr. Webster shared his personal story and role as a CMIO. Initially focused on meaningful use and EHR adoption, he described the pivot his team has made in the leadership of Health Informatics and Clinical Intelligence. And based on research conducted at over 60 progressive IDNs, Pam described new leadership structures and operating models for IT, Informatics, Analytics and Quality. The concept of the Chief Health Information Officer was discussed and the role defined.
Access the presentation here.