Monday, August 26 l 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Grand Canyon 6

Discover the potential of data within the healthcare supply chain through this insightful and innovative educational track. Hear from industry thought leaders as they discuss success stories of correctly implemented processes in their organizations. Engage in discussion over applicable topics ranging from AI adoption and leveraging performance metrics to creating and implementing cross-application data platforms.

Data Insights Track is from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on Monday, August 26th. For more information contact Trey Beuttel or call 859.523.5701

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Dive into the art of the possible with Artificial Intelligence (AI) across the health care landscape and how/where AI is making a unique impact to enhance supply chain operations. We will provide key insights on the latest exploration trends of AI within health care supply chains as well as discuss best practices successful AI initiatives for adoption/adoption of new technology within supply chain operations. Whether you are on the fence or fully invested in AI for the future of your supply chain operations, this session may help illuminate some use cases and lessons learned.

Learning Objectives

1. Explain the major existing challenges that impact supply chain resilience across healthcare organizations that may impact care delivery and patient outcomes

2. Identify key benefits of AI and associated high-impact use cases that organizations can consider exploring for their supply chain operations.

3. Analyze key lessons learned from existing industry examples presented across planning and implementation phases to determine what steps organizations can take to intentionally invest in AI technology to enhance their supply chain operations.

4. Evaluate key determinants of the AI adoption framework including, key considerations around organizational fit, readiness, and regulatory requirements to help kickstart organizations’ journeys with AI for supply chain operations.

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

A multitude of metrics are monitored by your organization every day, multiple times a day. But where are these metrics going after they are collected? For health systems, metrics can often go unnoticed for many reasons, but if monitored effectively, can lead to significantly streamlined operations.

Join industry thought leaders as they uncover methods of utilizing the data that your organization is collecting in order to take action against areas of weakness, or bolster processes that could be even more efficient.

Learning Objectives

1. Outline the importance of effectively utilizing collected metrics to streamline operations within health systems.

2. Identify miscommunications and reasons why metrics may go unnoticed within organizations.

3. List methods and strategies for effectively monitoring and analyzing collected data to identify areas of weakness and opportunities for improvement.

4. Draw insights from industry thought leaders on leveraging data to take proactive actions that enhance efficiency and bolster processes within organizations.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Data fragmentation is occurring more now than ever before, with a plethora of applications being used to track metrics at any given moment. With the right platform, this data has the potential to work together seamlessly, achieving interoperability across applications.

Through a comprehensive examination of best practices, dive into the nuances involved in creating an intricate data integration platform, ultimately building a cohesive data environment.

Learning Objectives

1. Analyze the challenges of data fragmentation and the importance of consolidating data elements from diverse system applications.

2. Identify key principles of interoperability and integration necessary for seamless data utilization.

3. Evaluate best practices in building robust data integration platforms to facilitate effective data management.

4. List examples to gain insights into the benefits of cohesive data environments.

For more information on the 2024 Fall Summit Data Insights Track, please contact Trey Beuttel.

Trey Beuttel
Director, Provider Relationships and Education