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Empowering Kaiser Permanente Clinicians with Self-Service Visual Analytics in Medical Imaging and Kidney Disease Care

Kaiser Permanente generates vast data assets across clinical care, healthcare delivery operations, insurance, and more. This webinar covers two journeys with self-service visual analytics within KP: medical imaging and kidney disease care. Both teams use analytics to empower hundreds of clinical and operational users across Southern California to quickly answer ad hoc questions, regularly monitor performance, and proactively manage panels of high-risk patients. We will demonstrate both traditional BI and advanced analytics solutions, ranging from descriptive reporting to predictive modeling.

Join us to learn:

  • Transitioning from manual spreadsheet-based reporting to self-service dashboards and server subscriptions
  • The application of interactive design methodology and input from end-users to maximize adoption
  • Examples of in-production dashboards used by KP providers, including clinical and operational impacts of these tools

About the speakers

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Dana Barnes

Imaging Data Services and Analytics, Kaiser Permanente

Dana is part of the Imaging Data Services and Analytics team embedded within Kaiser Permanente’s Department of Medical Imaging Technology and Informatics. Dana specializes in data visualization and information design, and is using Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server to transition the department from manual email reporting to a SharePoint-based, self-service data portal. Dana graduated with a Master of Public Health from Yale University, and has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Nebraska.

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David Selevan, PMP

Senior Analytical Project Manager, Kaiser Permanente

David Selevan is a Senior Analytical Project Manager with 19 years of experience with Kaiser Permanente Southern California Medical Group (SCPMG). He is passionate about using technology to create tools that empower providers and to improve care for the complex, high risk population of Chronic Kidney Disease patients.

David holds a bachelors in Information Technology, is a Project Management Professional (PMP), and recently became a Tableau Desktop Specialist. In his free time, David likes to use analog synthesizers for inspiration for his next Tableau dashboard.

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Eduard Gelman

Data Scientist, Kaiser Permanente

Eduard Gelman is an aspiring Data Scientist dedicated to improving human decision-making, one useful model at a time. His favorite projects include: healthcare population forecasting to assist facility planning and chronic disease-state modeling to assist patient care. He believes that merging insightful analytics with easy-to-use interfaces like Tableau can close many gaps in healthcare today. Eduard has a BA in Business-Economics from UCLA and is pursuing a Master's of Information and Data Science at UC Berkeley.

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