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Join us for an important conversation with Ochsner Health about the critical role of analytics in successfully navigating and responding to the COVID19 pandemic to support the health and wellness of the communities they serve. When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, it became abundantly clear that a pandemic data management strategy was needed. Learn how Ochsner led state wide initiatives by mobilizing and analyzing data to address and serve communities facing the greatest risk, and explore how the most at-risk parts of their communities to keep them well and out of the hospital.

This webinar will examine Ochsner’s response to the pandemic and touch upon key lessons learned that can help propel the future of analytics in health systems.

Key learning points include:

  • The leadership strategy needed to drive progress, driving all health systems forward; we’re all in this together!
  • The health system’s need to standardize data and all speak the same language
  • The need for collaboration over competition; culture and internal politics of health systems can’t inhibit progress
  • The benefits realized from proactive care delivery as opposed to reactive care

At the conclusion of this webinar, attendees will have real-world examples and tips on how to build a strong analytics foundation so we can approach future public health crises in a more effective, collaborative fashion.

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