A Virtual Healthcare Data Summit
With the global health environment rapidly evolving, Tableau is committed to helping healthcare organisations see and understand data. Join Visualise Health, a virtual healthcare data summit, led by healthcare leaders and data experts. Forward-thinking organisations such as PATH, Stanford Health Care, Snowflake, and Prominence will share timely and relevant insights.
Our featured speakers will explore:
- How to use data analytics to address and help solve the global health crisis
- What a data-driven culture looks like and steps to achieve one
- Effective analytics strategies
- Tips for delivering exceptional patient experience and improving care outcomes
You’ll get valuable information and inspiration to lead your organisation through transformation and broad health initiatives.
Visualise Health Agenda
Welcome from Dr. Barry P. Chaiken, MD, Tableau Clinical Lead
Tune in for a motivational message and welcome from Dr. Chaiken to start our virtual event.
Stanford Health Care: Advancing Patient Experience Outcomes with Analytics
Patient experience is a top priority for healthcare organisations because now, more than ever, patients have access to public data to help them make choices about where they receive care. At the same time, patient experience is a complex issue that has multiple contributing factors and requires intelligent tools for analysis and insight.
In this session, the Stanford Health Care Patient Experience Analytics and Reporting team will describe how they have improved patient experience in key service lines, including primary care. They have achieved this by developing dynamic dashboards that provide in-depth, actionable insights for leaders, clinicians, and staff. They will also share some of the strategies used to help ensure the needs of clinical providers and operational leaders were incorporated into the design and development of the solution implementation.
Speakers: Evan Y. Moh, MS, Senior Data Scientist, Patient Experience
Carlos Montalvo, Manager, Patient Experience Deployment
PATH: Leaning into Data to Address Disease Pandemics and Outbreaks
As COVID-19 rapidly spreads across communities around the world, there is a crucial need to respond to the health crisis with a data-driven approach. There is an opportunity to transform health intelligence and save lives with informed clinical decisions. An informative and timely conversation about the pandemic with PATH infectious disease and digital health analytics experts. The presenters will focus on sharing:
- Overview of COVID-19 outbreak
- PATH's experience in epidemic preparedness
- How PATH is leveraging and adapting digital and data capabilities to address outbreaks
- Looking ahead: how PATH can continue supporting country governments and health systems during an outbreak and beyond
Speakers: Jeff Bernson, Vice President, Technology, Analytics, and Market Innovation
Linda Venczel, Director, Global Health Security
Dykki Settle, Program Leader, Digital Health
Take Action: Your gift helps PATH mobilize quickly around the COVID-19 pandemic and also enables us to help strengthen global health security to prevent and detect future epidemics. To make a gift, please visit PATH NOW. Thank you for your support.
Elevating Data Culture in Healthcare
Technology and data analytics play a crucial role in achieving a data culture. In fact, for future-facing healthcare organisations, it’s essential to be able to leverage data to create a modern, holistic approach to patient and member experience. Join Tableau's own Data Culture and Tech Evangelist, Ashley Howard, to learn the importance of data literacy and how to create a data-driven culture in your organisation.
Along with the live sessions, you will have direct access to additional on-demand healthcare content including product demos, partner solutions and use cases from Prominence, and a featured webinar How Paladina Health Drives Outcomes-Based Analytics with Snowflake and Tableau. Register today!
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