COVID-19: Adopting analytics can improve patient care and resource management

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The need to identify data gaps, ensure access to critical information, and manage uncertainty through scenario planning aren’t new priorities for healthcare institutions. But the COVID-19 pandemic has increased pressure on the industry to address those issues.

 

View this webinar to learn how your organization can deliver highly trusted and widely used data by developing portals, using education to advocate for their adoption, and making iterative improvements.

 

You’ll also discover how to:

 

  • Become aware of data and information gaps
  • Develop a singular, cross-institution focus on common goals to help ensure rapid accomplishments
  • Build data sets, metadata, and reporting and analytics in an agile fashion

 

This webinar was produced by Canadian Healthcare Technology and ibi.


Featured Speaker

 

 

Peter Papadakos

Director, Decision Support & Analytics,
Health Information Services, and
Chief Privacy Officer

Quinte Health Care

 

 

Peter Papadakos has more than two decades of experience with a passion for data and analytics. With a background in computer science and economics he started his career at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre managing system implementations. He also has worked at the Cardiac Care Network of Ontario developing dashboards, scorecards, automated reporting and contributing to research papers. His next role was as senior business analyst and manager of Case Costing at the University Health Network. Peter then moved to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care as senior manager of Data Development. He has been at Quinte Health Care for the last 9 years serving as director of Decision Support & Analytics, Health Information Management and Chief Privacy Officer.