Jason Burke is system vice president and chief analytics officer for the UNC Health Care System, a senior advisor at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine‘s Center for Innovation, and the principal at Burke Advisory Group. Previously, he was the founder, managing director and chief strategist for the SAS Center for Health Analytics and Insights (CHAI), an industry-leading think tank pioneering novel approaches to improving health. He also served as global head of health and life sciences technology research and development, as well as founder of the health and life sciences global practice.
UNC Health Care & School of Medicine is one of only two healthcare organizations to achieve the highest level of the HIMSS Analytics International Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity (AMAM), Stage 7. The model measures and advances a healthcare organization’s analytics capabilities, moving an org from foundational knowledge (data aggregation and governance) to personalized medicine and prescriptive analytics.
In this session, Jason Burke, UNC’s system vice president and analytics officer, discusses his organization’s journey to analytics maturity, what worked well and what didn’t. He’ll address key milestones along the journey to becoming a data-driven organization:
- When analytics becomes an asset rather than an initiative or project.
- The embrace of data governance as an analytics discipline.
- The widespread adoption of data visualization
- The shift to self-service enablement.
Along with Jason, Philip Bradley, regional director, North America for HIMSS Analytics, will address key stumbling blocks along the road to analytics maturity and how to stay on your path to improving healthcare.