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SAP HIMSS20 Session Line-Up

Join SAP at HIMSS2020 in Orlando at booth 2070.  We are hosting sessions with healthcare providers and partners.

 

Date & Time Title & Description Speaker

Tuesday, March 10

11:00 – 11:30 AM

Outcome Driven Data Strategies for Healthcare

Are you attempting to build a modern digital Healthcare business with an old approach? Can your clinicians’ access and trust the information they need to make better decisions in the time frame they need to make them? Are ever-changing processes and data sources further complicating how you achieve outcomes?  We’ll explore, in very practical terms, what is required to identify the relationship between objectives, outcomes and data, and how to build a strategy that optimizes those relationships.

Blake Howitt, Platform and Data Management Solutions, North American Center of Excellence, SAP 

Tuesday, March 10

1:00 – 1:30 PM

Experience-Driven Healthcare Transformation

Learn how Thomas Jefferson leverages experience data to increase patient satisfaction and care. This session will describe how Jefferson collects primary consumer information about patient needs to improve experience and engagement. This session also focuses on the importance of collecting primary consumer information about their needs, using systems such as Qualtrics to determine if their needs are met by solutions SAP.

Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer and EVP for Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health

Tuesday, March 10

2:00 – 3:00 PM

ROI Driven Healthcare Advanced Analytics

Mercy will share how they are using advanced analytics to identify risk of inpatient and ED visit within 30 days of chemotherapy infusion to improve cancer patient care, reduce practice variation cost, and avoid CMS penalties.

CaRevolution, is a Mercy staff capacity dashboard the shows real- time census and capacity by service line to all levels of patient flow within regional transfer centers and facility administrative suites. Mercy will also share how they are using machine learning algorithms to identify patients likely to be admitted enhancing line of site to operational leadership

Chris Greer, MTS Data Engineering & Analytics, Mercy

and

Steve Green, Analytics Program Leader / Integrated Performance Solutions, Mercy

Tuesday, March 10

4:00 – 4:30 PM

 

Shedding Light on the Hidden Risk and High Cost of Continuing Medical Education CME

CME (Continuing Medical Education) represent 30% – 50% of the expenses that flow thorough a healthcare organizations expense reports.  CME also represents the largest opportunity for nefarious spend, exploded budgets, questionable intentions and negative publicity.  The fragmentation of that spend, often at the line item level, presents a significant challenge and uncomfortable blind spot for our healthcare clients. Forward thinking Healthcare IT Leaders are tackling this task with Concur’s CME+ to use technology to solve for the difficulty with mobile automation, visibility, prevention and AI.

Meagan Furgerson, Regional Sales Executive, SAP Concur

 

Wednesday, March 11

10:00-10:30 AM

 

Two Panes of Glass:  An Integrated View for Managing Healthcare Cost and Care Value

Eskenazi hospital focus is on community wellness, not just patient care. To achieve this vision, Eskenazi is reducing their landscape into two critical systems (SAP and Epic). The two panes of glass through which their users can look at the state of the business. Eskenazi will share how they are transforming their IT landscape that will give them access to high quality data across the care continuum.

Scott Morris, Chief Information Officer, Eskenazi Health / Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County

 

Wednesday, March 11

10:30-11:00 AM

 

Best Practice in Next Generation ERP Migration and Data Governance

At Eskenazi Health/HHC, operational excellence is high stakes: improved visibility, transparency and effective deployment of resources directly translates to better patient care, improved public health, and overall community wellness.  To unify data and streamline processes across their many divisions, Eskenazi Health selected SAP cloud solutions SAP S/4HANA and SuccessFactors to simplify hiring and onboarding, reduce administrative burdens across the enterprise, and empower employees to focus on patient care.

Khelan Patel, Senior Manager Enterprise Performance, Deloitte Consulting LLP

and

Jason Beal, Principal ERP, Deloitte Consulting LLP

 

Wednesday, March 11

1:00-2:00 PM 

The Journey to Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity Stage 7 HIMSS.  Emergency Department Greaseboard 2.0 Showcase

Join Parkland Health and Hospital System as they describe the history of their analytics program from the logical data warehouse architecture to the maturity assessment used to grow the program and establish governance.

Parkland’s Greaseboard 1.0 established an analytics footprint in the ED to better distribute patients for care and improve outcomes.  Greaseboard 2.0 seeks to evolve on that success by using predictive models to better forecast patient volumes and reduce boarder patient times.

Scott Harrison, VP Enterprise Data Services, Department of Information Technologies, Parkland Health & Hospital System

and

Clay Townsend, MS, MBA, Director, Enterprise Data Services, Parkland Health & Hospital System

 

Wednesday, March 11

2:30-3:00 PM 

Driving Real World Insights: Mercy Collaborates with Product Suppliers to Improve Health Care

Do medical products work as intended in the real world? What variables impact a product’s effectiveness? Can we predict if certain products will work better for certain patients?

St. Louis-based Mercy health system set out to answer these kinds of questions in 2009 when it became a pioneer in Unique Device Identification (UDI) for tracking medical device performance. An early EHR adopter, Mercy began scanning devices’ barcodes to make device information part of the electronic record for longitudinal insight into device effectiveness.

Since then, Mercy and its IT arm Mercy Technology Services (MTS) have built out a data platform, machine learning and NLP capabilities to harness Real World Evidence (RWE) for driving improved outcomes and more informed care.

Curtis Dudley, Vice President of Integrated Performance Solutions, Mercy

 

Thursday, March 12

10:00-10:30 AM

 

Outcome Driven Data Strategies for Healthcare

Are you attempting to build a modern digital Healthcare business with an old approach? Can your clinicians’ access and trust the information they need to make better decisions in the timeframe they need to make them? Are ever-changing processes and data sources further complicating how you achieve outcomes?  We’ll explore, in very practical terms, what is required to identify the relationship between objectives, outcomes and data, and how to build a strategy that optimizes those relationships.

 

Sue Waite, Senior Director, North American Center of Excellence, Platform and Data Management Solutions, SAP

 

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