Despite massive investment in both people and technology, health systems are still struggling to maximize the value of their greatest asset: their data. Delivering high-quality, valuable insight from data and pushing those insights to the frontline healthcare professionals remains challenging and expensive. According to a recent survey conducted by HealthLeaders Media, health systems are hiring more analytics staff than almost any other role in health care. We know there’s an alternative to the massive hiring of analytics staff, a better way to dramatically increase the efficiency of your existing resources and provide an ROI that grows over time. The better way is the Rapid Response Analytics Solution.
Wednesday, January 30
1:00-2:00 PM EST
Rapid Response Analytics Solution (RRA Solution) consists of two elements: curated, modular data called DOS™ Marts and Population Builder, a powerful self-service tool that lets any type of user, from physician executive to frontline nurses and population health teams explore their data and quickly build and share populations without needing to know how to write SQL and data science code. RRA Solution increases an analytics team’s productivity by up to 10x and reduces its time to develop analytics by as much as 90 percent. Analysts can spend more time focusing on key strategic analysis and less time on repetitive tasks that can lead to inconsistent results and a backlog of requests.
Please join us and learn how RRA Solution can help you achieve a 10x increase in productivity and reduce your time to develop new analytics reports by more than 90 percent.
Eric Just is a Senior Vice President for Product Development at Health Catalyst. His team is responsible for a broad portfolio of applications including a patient registry platform, patient safety decision support, and incorporating new technologies like machine learning and natural language processing.
Eric has spent the majority of his career innovating technology to improve healthcare and health sciences. During the early part of his career, he built a genomics data resource to support a global research community at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Then Eric transitioned to the clinical data warehouse team at Northwestern as one of the principal architects and ensuring the data warehouse was effectively leveraged to power outcomes research, care improvement, and recruitment of patients into research studies.
Since joining Health Catalyst in 2011 as the fifth employee, Eric has enjoyed a variety of roles within the company. Outside of work, he is a dedicated husband and dad and is involved in school, sports, and enjoying outdoor life in his adopted hometown of Salt Lake City.