Agenda - Day 1

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9:00 am

9:00 am

Enter Networking Lounge, Connect with your Data Colleagues

  • Start your day off right and make connections with healthcare data leaders.
  • Join “drop-in” roundtables discussing best practices and innovative strategies.
  • Schedule one-to-one video meetings with peers or vendors.
  • Gather essential content and get exclusive offers at virtual exhibit booths.

9:55 am

9:55 am

Opening Comments from your Host

Gain insight into today’s sessions so you can get the most out of your conference experience and maximize your value.

10:00 am

10:00 am

KEYNOTE: VIRTUAL CARE

Bolster your Patients’ Access to Care with Advanced Telehealth Adoption Methods

The usage of telehealth services has understandably skyrocketed since the pandemic has opened a new pathway to achieving better access to care post . Improve your organization’s health outcomes while enhancing patient safety and experience by developing virtual care services with open communication between key stakeholders. Develop a roadmap to:

  • Adapt and improve your virtual offerings and gain buy-in for data-driven telehealth and EHR-based clinical research, databases and tools
  • Define a standardized virtual care workflow and framework for best practice and optimal success
  • Streamline and automate processes for the ultimate patient user experience

Heighten your patient care quality and widen delivery with telehealth.

 

 

 

10:30 am

10:30 am

CASE STUDY: DATA IN MENTAL HEALTH

Harness Advanced Analytic Applications to Improve Outcomes in Mental Health

In comparison to other fields of medicine, applying advanced analytics to strengthen care delivery in a mental health context has been relatively limited. Deliver deeper patient insights by advancing your AI/ML capabilities and expanding your data sources to include consumer health data. Create an action plan to:

  • Streamline your service delivery and patient flow by leveraging ML to gain key insights, including prediction of no shows and readmissions
  • Enhance your ability to identify signals of relapse with new data sources from consumer wearables
  • Optimize treatment selection by predicting case complexity and optimal service delivery modality

Revolutionize your mental health service delivery and outcomes with data.

11:00 am

11:00 am

INDUSTRY EXPERT: INTELLIGENT DATA SYSTEMS

How to Leverage Next Generation Intelligent Data Systems to Improve Patient Outcomes

Privacy should not act as a barrier to data utility, health research, security or innovation. Abandon zero-sum thinking! Proactively identify the risks and embed necessary protective measures into your design and data architecture. Apply Privacy by Design (PbD) to:

  • Build privacy and data utility into your analytics projects
  • Employ an ethical framework in your work
  • Enable privacy and freedom to work together in the future

Achieve the highest privacy standards to protect your patients’ information while still gaining business value from your data.

11:30 am

11:30 am

PANEL: HEALTH CLOUD STORAGE TECHNOLOGY

Reduce your Storage Costs by Establishing a Hybrid Health Cloud

The utilization of cloud storage for storing data from EHRs has helped revolutionize collective patient caremade it less complicated for care providers to retrieve patient details at any given point in time and from any location. y with a hybrid cloud model. Take away proven strategies to:

  • Achieve heightened compliance and robust security
  • Amplify collaboration with the ability to share information more freely
  • Reduce medical errors with advanced collection and processing capabilities

Optimize your data storage with a hybrid health cloud.

12:00 pm

12:00 pm

INDUSTRY EXPERT: DATA STANDARDIZATION

How to Set a Country-Wide Standard to Better Integrate Healthcare Data

There are many different data standards across the country only adds more confusion and uncertainty when it comes to analyzing data and predicting outcomes. Improve your organization’s productivity and drive better decision making by establishing uniform data standards. Join this in-depth discussion on data standardization as we address:

  • The importance of standardization and what it means for better analytics in healthcare decision making
  • Which organizations are leading the initiative and the status of data norms
  • How to best implement a country-wide data standard to ensure universal literacy and interpretation of the data

Gain a better understanding of the current and future prospects of a national data standard and how you can respond.

 

 

 

 

12:30 pm

12:30 pm

NETWORKING BREAK

Build Relationships and Visit Virtual Booths

Expand your network and exchange expertise with your peers. Take advantage of our intuitive platform to deepen your knowledge and connect with healthcare data experts.

  • Pose your biggest questions to leading solution providers through one-to-one video conversations or chat.
  • Join “drop-in” roundtables in the networking lounge and make connections that last beyond these two days.
  • Experience live demos and test drive new technology. Source leading-edge content from virtual booths.

1:00 pm

1:00 pm

CASE STUDY: INSIGHT DEMANDS

Responding To Insights, Demands During a Pandemic

Big data and analytical tools provide various solutions like detection of existing COVID-19 cases, prediction of future outbreak, anticipation of potential preventive and therapeutic agents, and assistance in informed decision-making. Discover learnings from North York General Hospital that have informed their future organizational direction and how they have responded to insights during the pandemic. Source practical tips to:

  • Analyze the shifts in medicine use and spending
  • Allocation of resources for organizational direction and effective performance
  • Evaluate the impact on the delivery of non-covid 19 related healthcare

Maximize the efficiency of your response

1:30 pm

1:30 pm

CASE STUDY: CONTINUOUS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

The Team Approach: An Effective Structure to Develop and Empower Talent, Create Capacity, Continuously Improve and Innovate

There are 30+ team members in the LHSC Decision Support and BI Team, with highly specialized expertise in hospital internal and external reporting. There was a need for course correction, as although staff were working very hard and produced large quantities of reports and BI products, customers were dissatisfied and disconnected. To create capacity, we needed to prioritize automation by leveraging our BI data warehouse, standardize our toolsets, empower people and really listen to clients. Leave with actionable strategies to:

  • Establish an effective co-director model for your analytics team and find the best methods for recruitment and upskilling of talent
  • Maximize patient safety and quality of care with a more accurate assessment of clinical data
  • Leverage technology and actionize data across your organization to streamline the patient experience

Deploy an innovative team structure for sustained process improvement.

2:00 pm

2:00 pm

INDUSTRY EXPERT: AI/ML

Discover How AI Can Improve the Quality of your Service Delivery

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are making significant inroads in the healthcare industry. Enhance your predictive model to highlight patients most at risk, improve clinical decision support at the point of care and optimize operational performance. Devise a blueprint to:

  • Achieve personalized, data-driven care while resource allocation and utilization to drive better patient outcomes
  • Identify risks sooner, speed up your diagnostic processes and reduce errors
  • performance and operational efficiency to facilitate a smooth patient journey through clinical services

Position yourself at the forefront of the healthcare industry with a robust ML and AI program.

2:30 pm

2:30 pm

PANEL: DATA ACCESSIBILITY

Democratize your Data to Maximize its Value and Accessibility

Achieving effective analytics starts with improved data literacy. However, there is still confusion surrounding what organizations must do to not only capture the necessary data but to mobilize it. Boost your productivity and create a sustainable digital environment with democratized data. Source practical tips to:

    • Establish clear goals and boundaries for determining what your data should accomplish
    • Create an action plan to educate teams on appropriate data acquisition and use
    • Understand the ‘power plant’ of data and information management

Develop an integrated approach to improve your organization’s data literacy.

3:00 pm

3:00 pm

CASE STUDY: PUBLIC SECTOR HEALTH DATA

Strengthening Health Analytics in Alberta with a Data Access Safe Haven

There is an increased focus on working cross-ministry to create efficiencies in policy and program development. Improve data accessibility and enable more effective cross-sharing while reducing duplication and red tape associated with data access. Source practical tips to:

  • Efficiently meet access demands with a single federated approach
  • Minimize resource requirements and ensure legislative and privacy requirements are met
  • Heighten collaboration by driving a cultural change through open information sharing

Enhance your approach to safe data access.

3:30 pm

3:30 pm

Closing Comments from your Host

Review the key solutions and takeaways from today’s sessions. Source a summary of action points to implement in your work. Discuss tomorrow’s highlights!

3:35 pm

3:35 pm

Virtual Happy Hour

  • Get to know fellow delegates in “drop-in” virtual roundtables.
  • Engage in one-to-one video conversation with peers or vendors.
  • Connect with other attendees based on similar interests and business objectives using our “recommend matches” tool.

4:00 pm

4:00 pm

Conference Day 1 Adjourns

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