About the Webinar

COVID-19 has placed healthcare interoperability squarely at the center of informed pandemic response. We are dealing with a public health crisis for which the treatment is unknown and data points are our only guiding healthcare support. Consequently, data collection, distribution, and exchange are now of greater importance than ever before. Health systems need to integrate data from diverse clinical settings such as urgent care, general and specialist practices, ambulatory care, community housing, nursing homes, among others, to build a robust data-driven response against the pandemic.

Investing time and efforts in integrating data systems will pay rich dividends in the future by providing analytic data insights to the clinical research, biotech, pharmaceutical and life science communities. How can healthcare organizations examine their data footprint and take the right actions to adapt to the current situation? How would a Data Platform smoothen the interoperability journey for health systems?

Join Kanav Hasija, Co-Founder, Chief Customer Officer, Innovaccer and Mike Sutten, Chief Technology Officer, Innovaccer for a webinar to discuss the data integration strategy for provider networks to successfully adapt to the new normal of healthcare delivery.

You will learn

  • As evolving care strategies increase the relevant patient data sources for hospitals, how can a Data Platform assist health systems in eradicating silos and obtaining value from their data?
  • How can health systems move away from abundant, outdated tools and monitoring systems and seamlessly switch to a single platform for all data integration needs?
  • With transformative challenges and urgency in healthcare created by COVID, why is there a need for aggregated systems now more than ever?
  • How can the Unified Data Model (UDM) enhance the value of data for healthcare organizations to guide better clinical and financial outcomes?
  • How does UDM together with smart analytics help unleash data insights and useful visualizations to empower health systems with timely interventions and sophisticated action items?
  • How can UDM assist provider networks in overcoming interoperability challenges?

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About the Webinar

COVID-19 has placed healthcare interoperability squarely at the center of informed pandemic response. We are dealing with a public health crisis for which the treatment is unknown and data points are our only guiding healthcare support. Consequently, data collection, distribution, and exchange are now of greater importance than ever before. Health systems need to integrate data from diverse clinical settings such as urgent care, general and specialist practices, ambulatory care, community housing, nursing homes, among others, to build a robust data-driven response against the pandemic.

Investing time and efforts in integrating data systems will pay rich dividends in the future by providing analytic data insights to the clinical research, biotech, pharmaceutical and life science communities. How can healthcare organizations examine their data footprint and take the right actions to adapt to the current situation? How would a Data Platform smoothen the interoperability journey for health systems?

Join Kanav Hasija, Co-Founder, Chief Customer Officer, Innovaccer and Mike Sutten, Chief Technology Officer, Innovaccer for a webinar to discuss the data integration strategy for provider networks to successfully adapt to the new normal of healthcare delivery.

You will learn

  • As evolving care strategies increase the relevant patient data sources for hospitals, how can a Data Platform assist health systems in eradicating silos and obtaining value from their data?
  • How can health systems move away from abundant, outdated tools and monitoring systems and seamlessly switch to a single platform for all data integration needs?
  • With transformative challenges and urgency in healthcare created by COVID, why is there a need for aggregated systems now more than ever?
  • How can the Unified Data Model (UDM) enhance the value of data for healthcare organizations to guide better clinical and financial outcomes?
  • How does UDM together with smart analytics help unleash data insights and useful visualizations to empower health systems with timely interventions and sophisticated action items?
  • How can UDM assist provider networks in overcoming interoperability challenges?

About the Presenters

Kanav Hasija
Kanav Hasija
Co-Founder & Chief Customer Success Officer, Innovaccer

Kanav Hasija is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Innovaccer Inc. He has an engineering degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, and Master in Patent Law from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Over the years, he has gathered significant experience in the field of healthcare data analytics and entrepreneurial expertise, which has garnered him widespread international acclaim. He has received ‘Franklin Pierce IP Scholar’ for Academic and Research Efforts in the field of IP at Franklin Pierce Center for IP at UNH School of Law. He has received the ‘Graduate Student Award’ for providing exemplary leadership and global perspective by teaching, learning, or contributing productively to a global legal system at UHN School of Law. He has also received the inaugural Samsung-Stanford Patent Prize for publishing a paper on Patent Damages at Samsung Corporation, Stanford Law School.

Mike Sutten
Mike Sutten
Chief Technology Officer, Innovaccer & Former CTO at Kaiser Permanente

Mike has more than 25 years of CTO and CIO leadership experience with Fortune 500 organizations, including Kaiser Permanente, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Koch Industries, Sybase and General Electric. Most recently, he served as CTO & Senior Vice President at Kaiser Permanente where he led initiatives on analytics, cloud capabilities, data storage, and mobile technologies for the company. He also served as the CTO and deputy CIO within the U.S. government, where he was recognized for exemplary leadership and service. Throughout his career, he has driven technology innovation by architecting modernized, profitable enterprise-wide systems, ensuring compliance for data integration, and reducing IT costs through the standardization and application of tools. Mike holds an MBA in information systems from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from Iowa State University.