For decades, disparate data sources, code sets, and data definitions challenged the industry. Now that machine, social determinants, claims, and user generated data are in the mix, the complexity is only increasing.
It’s time to take an end-to-end approach to managing your data assets from onboarding, through enrichment, harmonization, and mastering to create a single version of the truth that supports stakeholders across the enterprise.
Part of our healthcare data webinar series, this webinar will cover:
- Why each step of the healthcare data value chain is critical to the health of your data management program
- How to unlock the challenges that have stymied healthcare organizations for too long
- How artificial intelligence (AI) is leveraging data to improve clinical variation
- Threats and opportunities when managing the data value chain as an enterprise endeavor
- How Information Builders, along with our industry partners, built Omni-HealthData as a solution to achieving data management objectives
Register now for this complementary webinar to secure your spot!
Bernard Brooks is the enterprise director of Data and Analytics at Flagler Hospital, with more than 20 years’ experience in the medical field. He is recognized as an innovative director, SQL developer, and analyst on multiple platforms and has successfully defended four meaningful use audits including the US-OIF. He’s also an expert systems trainer and instructional designer.
Shawn has spent his career in leadership positions for organizations such as UT Southwestern Medical Center and Baylor Health System. He brings 20 years of experience, and a wealth of analytics, governance, and EHR knowledge, to Information Builders' healthcare team.
Bill has over 20 years of experience in software sales and marketing including having previously helped found Logi Analytics. Working for 15 years in the data and analytics space, he is responsible for leading sales, partner, and marketing strategy for the healthcare team. Bill holds a BS in Marketing from the University of Baltimore and an MS in Marketing from Johns Hopkins University.