Flying in Formation in
the Age of COVID-19

September 15 or 16, 2020

Customer Success Agenda

Date & Time:

Sept 15th, 2020 @ 10:00 am–12:00 pm, EDT
Sept 16th, 2020 @ 3:00 pm–5:00 pm, EDT

Analytics Virtual Conference—Flying in Formation in the age of COVID-19:

The world was tipped upside down with COVID-19. We are so proud that our customers with our KLAS award winning analytics platform were equipped to handle the many challenges that the pandemic has presented us with.

Please join us for the customer portion of this event. Now, more than ever, having access to information is critical to make fast and informed decisions.

Fly in formation with us. We promise to effectively give you new ideas and approaches to align your organization no matter what analytics you use.

Laura McCrary, President and CEO, KONZA

Session Topic: Enabling Data-Driven Decisions Across the Care Spectrum During the Pandemic

Speaker: Laura McCrary, President and CEO, KONZA

As a healthcare interoperability exchange (HIE), KONZA plays a unique role in data sharing, which has become critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health officials must have access to up-to-date data for contact tracing, and hospitals and physicians need it to ensure appropriate follow-up care for patients.

In this presentation, Laura McCrary, president and CEO of KONZA, will share how her organization played a pivotal role in sharing information between healthcare organizations, and how Diver Platform® supported that initiative.

Daniel Carr, MSN, RN, CNOR, Perioperative Informatics Coordinator, Penn Medicine

Session Topic:  Bringing Data to the Masses: How Penn Med Is Using Analytics in Its Surgery Department

Speaker: Daniel Carr, MSN, RN, CNOR, Perioperative Informatics Coordinator, Penn Medicine

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a halt to elective services in hospitals across the United States. Now that these services are returning, operational excellence in a hospital’s surgery department is of even greater importance than ever before. Surgery staff need access to timely, actionable data to drive utilization and cost efficiencies that improve the bottom line, advance quality and safety initiatives, and improve patient outcomes.

In this presentation, Daniel Carr, perioperative informatics coordinator at Penn Medicine, a world-renowned academic medical center that includes six acute-care hospitals and hundreds of outpatient locations, will discuss how Dimensional Insight technology plays a critical role in the democratization of data throughout the entire organization, and specifically in the surgery department. Dimensional Insight’s Surgery Advisor application enables staff to access up-to-date metrics critical to surgery operations and make more informed decisions based on the data.