During a recent webinar, data analytics leaders talked about the leaps and bounds data analytics has taken, and how their organizations look to push it even further and “use it in ways we wouldn’t have foreseen 12 years ago.”
Despite the critical role it plays in ensuring organizations have the agility needed to move forward, application rationalization isn’t always a top priority. In a recent panel, Stephanie Lahr, Susan Carman and Justin Campbell talk about why it should be, and how leaders can get past the key hurdles.
For Rochester RHIO, which has been around since 2006, the key to longevity has been in its ability to evolve, and its willingness to “listen to the community and respond to what they need,” says CIO Andrea Richardson.
Part of becoming a data-driven organization is ensuring that analytics partners with other departments – including business, clinical, and informatics – to address key challenges, says Patrick McGill, MD, who talks about his strategy as Chief Analytics Officer.
When it comes to social determinants of health, capturing data is important, but it’s merely one step, says Patrick McGill, MD. It’s also about leveraging that data to understand why gaps exist, and partnering with others to help close them.