Healthcare is facing a major transformation as it becomes increasingly data-driven. Are you ready for what’s ahead?
Knowing how to implement, interpret, and leverage healthcare analytics will help you achieve better business and clinical outcomes.
This two-day executive education program is designed for executives and professionals in provider, health plan, public health, and life science companies as well as entrepreneurs and consultants who develop solutions for the health and healthcare sector. Participants may include those with leadership roles in medicine, nursing, marketing, informatics, analytics, research, product development, and IT.
You'll learn how to:
- Use powerful new methods to manage population health
- Improve patient activation, support, and experience of care
- Focus on health outcomes
- Measure what matters for team performance
- Develop a roadmap for successful adoption of analytics innovations
The program takes a hands-on approach with case studies and interactive discussions. You'll examine the current state of healthcare and its analytics. Then you'll review analytics innovation across multiple industries that can be used to improve population health, patient engagement, and provider performance.
- How analytics drives healthcare innovation
- Top-10 challenges in healthcare analytics
- Analytics best practices across industries
- Learning from other industries: retail, banking, sports, and politics
- Cross-industry adaptations that improve population health, patient engagement, and provider performance
- People analytics to support behavior change and improve business and clinical outcomes
- Implementing analytics to foster innovation
For more information, contact Professor Dwight McNeill.
With a PhD in Health and Social Policy and an MPH in Epidemiology and Public Health, Dwight McNeill specializes in advanced analytics, performance measurement, systems and payment reform, community accountability, and people-centered healthcare.
Professor McNeill is president of WayPoint Health Analytics, a consulting practice that helps organizations use analytics to make better business decisions, engage patients, and improve the financing and delivery of healthcare.
Over his 30-year career in healthcare, Professor McNeill has held analytics positions in corporations at IBM and GTE; governments at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; analytics companies; and provider settings.
He also has extensive experience working in corporate settings, most recently as the global leader for business analytics and optimization for the healthcare industry for the IBM Corporation, and previously as director of healthcare information at GTE Corporation (Verizon).
He is the author of two books on healthcare analytics published by FT Press within the last year, including A Framework for Applying Analytics in Healthcare: What Can be Learned from the Best Practices in Retail, Banking, Politics and Sports and (editor of) Analytics in Healthcare and the Life Sciences.
PHD Brandeis University
MPH, Yale University
BS, UMass Amherst
$1,125: Early-bird registration, before April 9
$1,250: After April 9