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Please join us on Wednesday, December 18 for the Virtual Healthcare Tableau User Group.

Agenda:

  • Welcome & Introduction by Nicole Lohr & Simon Beaumont
  • Tableau and Alteryx: A Perfect Pair to Help Visualize Nursing Hourly Rounding Requirements by Bill Hale & Braxton Lagerman
  • Patient satisfaction is a key metric that influences both hospital ratings and reimbursement. Hourly rounding is a big part of this and can help anticipate and address the needs for hospitalized patients. Learn how a community hospital transformed and combined data from multiple sources in a format that allows clear presentation within Tableau to meet hourly rounding requirements. Utilizing Alteryx, the hospital was able to combine disparate data from various systems to produce rounding requirements for each patient to determine whether each of those individual rounding requirements were met for visualization in Tableau.

  • Using Tableau to Drive Infection Prevention & Control by Jeff Kritzman
  • We at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics use Tableau to direct our Infection Prevention & Control efforts. Tableau has allowed us to automate most of our infection reporting and has driven process improvement around data submission and validation. We are working on moving beyond scorecards and into more contextual and deeper analysis of our data, truly using our infection data to improve hospital-wide outcomes.

  • Setting the Standard, Corporate Style by Simon Beaumont
  • When using Tableau within an enterprise environment it can be beneficial to support your analysts with design of dashboards to achieve a consistently positive user experience that maximises insights. In this talk Simon will share hope JLL have developed corporate viz standards and the processes they employ to support analysts in following the standards.

Meet the speakers:

Bill Hale, Data Architect, Database Administrator, and Tableau Server Administrator in the Decision Support Department at Evangelical Community Hospital. Previously, he has worked within Information Technology in various industries as a System Administrator, Integration Analyst and Programmer Analyst for the past 28 years after receiving his degree in Computer Science and Business Systems from Pennsylvania College of Technology. Recently Bill was introduced to Alteryx Designer as part of a Tableau Adoption which has allowed him to rediscover his passion for all things Data.

Braxton Lagerman, Business Intelligence Developer at Evangelical Community Hospital has worked in the healthcare industry for the past eight years. He received his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the Pennsylvania College of Technology. Braxton loves to work with data to develop intriguing and insightful dashboards using Tableau. He has been using Tableau for the past few years for many quality and revenue related initiatives at Evangelical Community Hospital.

Jeff Kritzman, data analyst, database administrator, and lead Tableau developer in the Clinical Quality, Safety, and Performance Improvement Office at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC). Previously, he has worked as a Quality Improvement Coach at UIHC for the state-wide Integrated Health Home initiative and as a Problem Solver at Epic. He received his Master of Science in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan. Jeff loves data and strives to use analysis and automation to help people be more creative.

Simon Beaumont is currently director of JLL’s BI centre of excellence for their HSBC account. Prior to working for JLL, Simon led a healthcare informatics department in the UK for over ten years. During that time Simon implemented Tableau Desktop and Server, achieving over 1,500 dashboard views a day across a user base of 4,000 server interactors. Outside of work Simon co-runs #SportsVizSunday and is incredibly proud to be a Tableau Ambassador.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Nicole Lohr or Simon Beaumont.

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