BIG DATA & HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS: A HIMSS EVENT
BOSTON, Oct. 22-23, 2018
Gina Altieri is enterprise senior vice president and chief of strategy integration, responsible for Nemours’ strategic planning process and corporate services which includes information technology, health informatics, enterprise intelligence, corporate information security, project management, and marketing and communications with responsibility for Nemours’ websites, online patient access and video communications. Her latest endeavor is the launch of the Nemours’ Center for Healthcare Delivery and Innovation — a consumer digital health strategy including telemedicine and web-based patient education and related services.
Nemours was an early adopter of the electronic health record and today, under her leadership, Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Nemours Children’s Hospital in Florida and Nemours ambulatory locations have all achieved the prestigious HIMMS Stage 7 top ranking. Gina also leads Nemours Corporate Services Division and serves as an executive champion for Strategic Planning Support, Associate Satisfaction and Engagement and Brand Management.
She joined Nemours in 1996 as Practice Administrator of Nemours duPont Pediatrics in Wilmington, Delaware. Prior to joining Nemours, she consulted at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children (N/AIDHC), where she helped formulate a central billing operation.
Gina is a member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA).
Our main goal for this event is to deliver the information, best practices, and insights necessary to help healthcare organizations become data driven – to develop successful strategies for turning data into knowledge that improves care, controls costs, and drives operational improvements.
It’s all about execution, and that is where most healthcare organizations struggle.
In this session, our experts discuss the keys to executing a scalable analytics strategy that supports organizational goals.
Some of the keys: Data literacy and education, measuring ROI, data governance and quality, and staffing.
This session lays the groundworks for the deep-dive sessions to come and provides ample opportunity for audience Q&A.
Don’t let your question go unasked!