EHR and health IT systems contain a wealth of data, both structured and unstructured. The allure of business intelligence and healthcare analytics is that they can unlock the potential of this information by extracting, analyzing, and making it meaningful to healthcare organizations and providers.
At this educational event you will learn what business intelligence for healthcare is, practical application in a healthcare organization, challenges and the future of business intelligence in healthcare.
* * The Todd Wehr Conference Center is in the MSOE Student Life and Campus Center. The Student Life and Campus Center is located on Broadway between State and Highland.
* * Parking at MSOE will be at no charge to attendees. Your vehicle information will need to be provided either while registering for this event or when you check into the event on December 11th.
Rich Temple brings a successful 25-year track record of experience to health information technology leadership at all levels. He is currently the National Practice Director for IT Strategy at Beacon Partners, a well-respected healthcare consulting organization. Prior to that, he was a Chief Information Officer for multi-facility healthcare organizations in New Jersey and has been a pioneer in deploying business intelligence tools to drive the highest quality care in the most efficient manner possible. Rich has spoken at national conferences and hosted numerous webinars on business intelligence in healthcare and where it is likely to go in the future. Rich is also a current Board Member and past President of the New Jersey Chapter of HIMSS.
Kevin Underwood brings 20 years of IT experience to his role of Manager of Enterprise Reporting at Aurora Health Care, an integrated not-for-profit health care provider serving communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Prior to joining Aurora, Kevin successfully led large scale data warehousing and business intelligence projects for multiple organizations, across multiple industries, throughout the southeastern Wisconsin area. Kevin has spoken at multiple national health care conferences about Aurora’s implementation of business intelligence and its impact on clinical quality.