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Maximizing Big Data and Analytics to Improve Performance
The Westin Annapolis, Maryland

Monday, March 13, 2017
11:10AM – 12:00PM

FTICatalyst
Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


Power of Analytics
Ohio HIMA

Monday, March 20, 2017
01:15AM – 02: 30PM

FTICatalyst
Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


Power of Analytics
Doubletree Boston Northshore

Monday, June 12, 2017
01:30AM – 02: 30PM

FTICatalyst
Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


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Achieve Clinical Efficiency Using Analytics
Webex Session

Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


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The Power of Analytics: Ideas to Improve Performance
Webex Session

Healthcare organizations need to consider how they can optimize the use of analytics internally and across the entire healthcare ecosystem to ultimately improve outcomes for the patient and create operational efficiencies for improved quality of care, reduce cost and monitor profitability. Two thirds of healthcare organizations consider analytics as a high priority and have an analytics strategy or road map in place. 74% of organizations indicated that they have had limited success at integrating analytics capabilities and results, and 67% of organizations plan to provide education and training opportunities for internal analytical staff.

This webinar will provide insights on how to define the enabling analytics strategy, enable the integration of analytics results into your business processes and discuss the adoption of analytics.

Past Events

Webinars:

Achieve Clinical Efficiency Using Analytics
Webex Session

FTICatalyst
Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


How Analytics Can Improve Quality of Care
Webex Session

FTICatalyst
Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


Identify Revenue Opportunities with Analytics
Webex Session

FTICatalyst

The trend toward using predictive and comparative analytics to improve value in health care is on the rise, driven by advancements in technology, healthcare reform, regulatory mandates, and the emergence of value-based payment models. In this session, you will learn, how business intelligence and data analytics can be applied to specific challenges faced by healthcare providers’ financial, clinical, and patient-care personnel.


The Power of Analytics: Ideas to Improve Performance with Analytics
Webex Session

FTICatalyst
Healthcare organizations need to consider how they can optimize the use of analytics internally and across the entire healthcare ecosystem to ultimately improve outcomes for the patient and create operational efficiencies for improved quality of care, reduce cost and monitor profitability. Two thirds of healthcare organizations consider analytics as a high priority and have an analytics strategy or road map in place. 74% of organizations indicated that they have had limited success at integrating analytics capabilities and results, and 67% of organizations plan to provide education and training opportunities for internal analytical staff.

This webinar will provide insights on how to define the enabling analytics strategy, enable the integration of analytics results into your business processes and discuss the adoption of analytics.


Seminars:
The Promise of Healthcare Analytics
Bon Secours Retreat Center
Marriottsville, Maryland

FTICatalyst
Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


Identify Revenue Opportunities with Analytics
Webex Session

FTICatalyst

The trend toward using predictive and comparative analytics to improve value in health care is on the rise, driven by advancements in technology, healthcare reform, regulatory mandates, and the emergence of value-based payment models. In this session, you will learn, how business intelligence and data analytics can be applied to specific challenges faced by healthcare providers’ financial, clinical, and patient-care personnel.


Big Data: 
The Next Frontier for Innovation, Competition, and Productivity
Columbia Business School
Uris Hall – 142

CBS Hermes


HFMA Central PA
Data Analytics in ASCs: Ideas to Improve Performance
Lancaster Convention Center

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Healthcare organizations need to consider how they can optimize the use of analytics internally and across the entire healthcare ecosystem to ultimately improve outcomes for the patient and create operational efficiencies for improved quality of care, reduce cost and monitor profitability. Two thirds of healthcare organizations consider analytics as a high priority and have an analytics strategy or road map in place. 74% of organizations indicated that they have had limited success at integrating analytics capabilities and results, and 67% of organizations plan to provide education and training opportunities for internal analytical staff.


HFMA Hudson Valley
The Promise of Healthcare Analytics 
Tarrytown, NY

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Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.



Actionable Analytics for Healthcare Providers

FTI CorporateAnalytic challenges and opportunities are shaking up the healthcare industry. Healthcare providers in particular must upgrade how their financial, clinical, and patient-care professionals access data and apply the powers of analysis. This seminar details how healthcare provider organizations can overcome data challenges and deploy business intelligence, analytics, and visual dashboards to accomplish financial, clinical, and patient-care objectives.


HFMA Central PA


Identifying Revenue Opportunities With Analytics

Asha Saxena, President, FTI Corporation

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The trend toward using predictive and comparative analytics to improve value in health care is on the rise, driven by advancements in technology, healthcare reform, regulatory mandates, and the emergence of value-based payment models. In this session, you will learn, how business intelligence and data analytics can be applied to specific challenges faced by healthcare providers’ financial, clinical, and patient-care personnel.


Immersion Seminar: Big Data
Columbia Business School
CBS Hermes
In this course, we’ll explore how a range of companies are using big data to achieve business advantage. Designed to enhance and extend the content in the core “Business Analytics” course, we will use a combination of case studies and hands-on projects to give you experience in identifying opportunities for leveraging data to support, make, and implement decisions. We will also provide an overview of the key engineering tools used for working with big data, providing an introduction to some of the core projects used for both batch and real-time data processing such as Cassandra, Hadoop, Kafka and Storm.

http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/courses/mba/2015/spring/b8127-001



The Promise of Healthcare Analytics

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Healthcare is rich in data. Regulators, researchers, and managers collect multitudes of clinical indicators on patients, procedures, physicians, staff, facilities, and equipment. Indeed, the challenge for healthcare organizations is to make sense of the morass of clinical, financial, and operational information generated each day. IT tools are becoming ever more powerful and hold the promise of true business intelligence and predictive capabilities. Yet healthcare lags in using data analytics to learn about the people it serves and improve its operations and bottom line. Leaders are overcoming structural and cultural hurdles to involve many end users—executives, managers, and clinicians—as well as analysts.


Entrepreneur in Residence Asha Saxena on NYC’s “Ocean of Opportunity”
Columbia Business School
CBS Hermes
http://www7.gsb.columbia.edu/video/v/node/3209


Introduction to Venturing
Columbia Business School
CBS Hermes
This course provides an overview of the entrepreneurial process. The focus
is on identifying and evaluating ideas and learning the steps and
competencies required to launch a successful new venture. Students are
challenged to consider the appropriateness of an entrepreneurial career
for themselves. Specific topics include characteristics of successful
entrepreneurs, techniques for finding and screening ideas,
entrepreneurial finance, the politics of new ventures, valuation and
deal making, writing a business plan, buying a business, family business
dynamics, and managing crisis and failure.

http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/courses/mba/2014/summer/b8518-001


Leveraging Big Data in Current Markets
Columbia Business School
Asha Saxena
CEO, Future Technologies, Inc.
November 7, 2013
12:30-2:00PM, Uris Hall Classroom 307
Pizza Will Be Served.

CBS Hermes
Is Big Data the next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity? The amount of data we create and consume in our daily lives has exploded, and is still increasing at astronomical rates. These enormous data sets are just the beginning of what we refer to as “big data.” The new landscape of data consumption and management will be a key to your ability to compete in business, underpinning new waves of productivity, growth, innovation, and consumer surplus. Let’s examine how big data is being used today and how the organizations are evolving from traditional models of data management to leveraging big data in their current business models.

This event is open to all members of Columbia University.

http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/entrepreneurship/newsn/2499/eir-workshop-series-leveraging-big-data-in-current-markets


Achieving a Single View of Risk with Data Services
An Informatica and Future Technologies Webinar

Informatica
FTI Corporate