San Francisco, CA
May 15-16, 2017
Vice President, Data and Analytics
Presbyterian Healthcare Services

Soyal Momin has over 15 years of healthcare informatics, research and value measurement experience. Over the course of his career, he has developed and led enterprise informatics and clinical data integration projects. With his strategic vision and sound problem-solving skills, he is a recognized thought leader in the healthcare industry. Soyal has extensive experience in clinical data integration through Semantic Interoperability tools and technologies, predictive modeling, micro-segmentation and personalization, quality/satisfaction improvement, direct and indirect cost assessment, clinical intervention strategies, as well as clinical and financial benchmarking. 

May 16, 2017
11:55am - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom

Presbyterian Health Services (PHS) is a large integrated healthcare system in New Mexico consisting of eight hospitals, a statewide health plan, and a growing multi-specialty medical group. After investing in an enterprise data warehouse (EDW), PHS continued using several reporting tools and vendors for each of their businesses, creating data silos. Subsequently, PHS identified operational inefficiencies and the need for an integrated view of the entire business.

In this session, attendees will learn how PHS:

  • Created a new analytics department comprised of leaders from existing teams to streamline data.
  • Identified and implemented a technical infrastructure that integrates payer, health system & medical group data within an enterprise.
  • Created a data-driven culture through internal stakeholder buy-in & outline a phased approach with real goals that create value.

The end result: PHS achieved immediate operational efficiencies by replacing seven analytics vendors with one, reducing redundancies and achieving quick wins with business stakeholders. This process also projects a total cost savings of $3 million over three years.

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