BIG DATA & HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS: A HIMSS EVENT
BOSTON, Oct. 22-23, 2018
As director of Payer and Life Sciences for HIMSS, Shelley Price leads the association's activities around data and analytics – including population health, secondary use of data, and clinical & business intelligence (C&BI) – through leading the C&BI Committee, Task Forces and Community of over 6,400 members to turn data in to action. In these roles, she works with HIMSS volunteers, industry leaders, and other subject matter experts to develop content, whitepapers, educational sessions, thought leadership, policy recommendations, and other resources and tools to deliver on the triple-aim of value-based healthcare. She is also a national speaker on data and analytics, and driving to a value-based health system through new care delivery and payment models.
Ms. Price has worked on the health care IT issues and healthcare policy in Washington, D.C. for nearly two decades. Prior to joining HIMSS, Ms. Price worked in the Policy, Research, and Strategic Development group at PhRMA, where she led the association’s efforts on health IT. She also specialized on the intellectual property policy issues facing the pharmaceutical sector, and the policy, regulatory, and R&D impacts of follow-on biologics. She began her career as associate director of governmental issues for a prominent Washington, D.C.-based law firm specializing in energy, the environment, natural resources and healthcare. While there, she was a part of the team that represented a Fortune 25 company that is one of the world's largest healthcare services company and a leader in health information technology and pharmaceutical supply distribution and management.
Ms Price obtained her bachelors of science degree from the University of Michigan and her masters of science from Johns Hopkins University, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. She is a HIMSS Fellow and past board member of the Arlington Virginia Chapter of the League of Women Voters.
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!