Advancements in technology and access to new data sources have changed the ways in which healthcare provider organizations can improve patient experiences and outcomes while reducing costs. Analytics that improve quality outcomes like reduced length of stay and rehospitalization rates, coupled with patient engagement technologies that improve treatment plan adherence and lower costs will reshape the way that the healthcare industry operates in the future. To succeed in value-based care and drive outcomes-based care, data driven providers should be looking at systems of insight.
Join guest Forrester Research analyst Kate McCarthy and Andy Bartley from Intel, as they discuss insights from an Intel-commissioned survey of healthcare decision makers in the US and China.
You will learn:
How organizations like yours are approaching advanced analytics
How systems of insights and engagement can reshape the future of healthcare
How organizations can leverage systems of engagement to see meaningful ROI
Senior Analyst, Healthcare
Kate McCarthy is an expert on healthcare operations, healthcare reform, healthcare IT (HIT) adoption, and HIT competitive intelligence, providing analysis of trends from strategic direction to operational functions. At Forrester, she focuses on how healthcare organizations are leveraging technology to optimize organizational performance and engage patients in new, innovative ways in the age of the customer. Her research addresses the security, system rationalization, and tools necessary to turn big data into actionable insights.
About the sponsor: Intel
Senior Solution Architect
Andy Bartley is a Senior Solutions Architect in the Health & Life Sciences Organization at Intel Corporation. His focus areas are client technology and predictive analytics for healthcare providers. In his role Andy serves as a trusted adviser to stakeholders across the care continuum to aid in the development of leading-edge technology solutions that improve the provider and patient experience and enable healthcare delivery systems to deliver new models of care.
Andy has a diverse background in healthcare including senior operations roles at Stryker, VP of Business Development for One Medical Group and as Co-founder of Algorithms.io and NurseGrid. He is a regular speaker on the topic of innovation and is active in developing entrepreneurial communities in emerging markets.