Data and analytics are driving healthcare organizations forward. However, with rising economic pressure, IT and data science teams spread thin, and many health systems suffering losses this year, CIOs and data and analytics leaders need to do more with less. Building a growth and value strategy at scale, with speed and precision, requires big data efficiencies, and the ability to draw upon billions of patient journeys.

Unfortunately, electronic medical records are not a sufficient source of data to harness market, provider, and consumer intelligence. Health systems that are succeeding at driving revenue and higher-value care rely on a holistic view of the patient journey across claims and social determinants of health data and leverage price transparency data too.

If you find yourself asking if you have the right “fuel” to accelerate growth and drive higher-value care, join our upcoming session at HIMSS. A panel of experts will discuss what data is required, best practices for data enrichment and refinement, how to select and leverage grouper technology, and must-have analytic investments in 2023. In this session, you will learn about the analytic infrastructure and insights health systems are leveraging to fuel revenue growth, deliver better care, improve operations, and reduce staff burden. Find the session details below.

Unlocking value from analytics—do you have the right fuel?

Tuesday, April 18, 10:30 – 11:30 am CT
South Building, Level 4 | S402
Find this session on the HIMSS23 Agenda 


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the data, intelligence, workflow, and applications needed to support an enterprise-wide analytics infrastructure.
  • Share best practices for enriching and refining data, selecting and leveraging grouper technology, and integrating analytics into existing workflows.
  • Consider the insights needed to improve strategic planning and drive growth, including optimizing referral patterns, strengthening rate negotiations, and boosting patient loyalty.
  • Discuss major investments health systems are making in claims data, social determinants of health data, price transparency data, and advanced analytics in 2023 and how to make a business case for investing in new data sources and technology that will fuel revenue growth.