Healthcare and Life Sciences (HLS) are amidst a data renaissance with digital transformation initiatives in full flight. Anchored on gaining new capabilities from modern technology, improving patient care outcomes and day-to-day operations, and reducing exposure to oversight, audit, financial, and regulatory risks, data has quickly become an integral part of the HLS go-forward playbook. However, waiting for cloud modernization initiatives to be complete before using data is no longer acceptable. The pressure from fierce competition, evolving patient expectations, and increasing regulatory scrutiny requires payers, providers, and life sciences organizations to use their data assets fast and effectively. Unfortunately, data in HLS remains siloed (intentional or not), and the silos are detrimental to sound business performance.
Join us to learn how leading healthcare and life sciences organizations such as Bamboo Health, EMIS, Gilead, Novant Health, Optum, and Sophia Genetics can finally extract value from their siloed healthcare and life sciences data while continuing to embark on their digital transformation journeys.
In this session, you’ll learn:
System architect with a wide range of experience designing and building large distributed systems. Particular interest in the incorporation of patients into their own care.
Adrian Estala is VP, Field Chief Data Officer and the host of Data Mesh TV. With a background in leading Digital and IT Portfolio Transformations, he understands the value of creating executive frameworks that focus on material business outcomes. Skilled with getting the most out of data-driven investments, Adrian is your trusted adviser to navigating complex data environments and integrating a Data Mesh strategy in your organization
Jon is a Senior Principal Data & Analytics Strategist at Slalom. He has a passion for patient healthcare data and how companies breakdown siloes to understand their patient data better.
Up to $500 in usage credits included