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June 13-14, 2018

#PutData2Work Twitter Chat: Empowering Better Care Delivery through Data and Analytics

By Michael Gaspar, Program Manager, Social Media, HIMSS Media 

Big data and healthcare are undergoing massive transformations, and the stakes are high. Strategic decisions made around data and analytics will play a big role in level of care, costs and ultimately, what organizations survive the shift. Areas of opportunity to move the industry along in this journey include but are not limited to:

  • Focusing on how data and analytics are being used to improve clinical care and reduce costs
  • Emulating early adopters and innovators by sharing, analyzing lessons learned – including success stories and what to avoid
  • Discovering ways to educate clinicians, integrate technology into their workflow, and operationalize analytics to reduce burnout/improve satisfaction
  • Developing roadmaps to transform raw data to actionable information
  • Exploring data and information governance and practical application analytics
  • Learning how to secure data without sacrificing access
  • Understanding what problems big data can and can’t solve

To help undersatand and build upon the opportunities before us, Healthcare IT News is calling on community of clinicians, patients, payers, health IT professionals, researchers and academic institutions to share their ideas and lessons learned during the #PutData2Work Twitter Chat on May 17 from 12-1 p.m. CST.



Date & Time: May 17, 2018 | 12:00 – 1:00pm CST (Click to Add to Calendar)
Hashtag: #PutData2Work
Host: @HealthITNews
Moderator: @SullyHIT 
Special Guests: @kkleinberg1, @JWarbington

Twitter Chat Questions:

  1. What are the most exciting opportunities that all the data hospitals and research institutions amass present to clinicians and patients? #PutData2Work
  2. Big Data. Small data. No matter, the goal is the same: Transform data as a raw material into information as an actionable asset. What are the key first steps to making that happen? #PutData2Work
  3. History suggests that just about any IT project requires user input as early as possible in the development and implementation. How can IT get doctors to start using analytics tools? #PutData2Work
  4. Clinicians aren't the only users of data. How can developers design tools that delight and inform patients? #PutData2Work
  5. Looking to the future, how are emerging technologies such as AI, cognitive computing and machine learning changing the ways patients, clinicians and other caregivers make the most of data? #PutData2Work


We look forward to seeing you on May 17! In the meantime, connect with @HealthITNews and @SullyHIT  via the #PutData2Work hashtag.

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