SCAN Health is pleased to present the 3rd Annual SCAN Health Global Networking Event 2019:Achieving the Single Source of Truth, taking place on October 22nd 2019 in Baton Rouge, LA. SCANH2019 theme explores the critical importance of sharing and securing clean data to improve health system performance and patient outcomes.
This event is generously hosted by Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOLHS) and partnered with the Healthcare Transformation Group (HTG) as a pre- conference opportunity to the HTG Summit taking place on October 23 and 24, 2019.
HTG is an action-oriented collaboration comprised of six U.S. healthcare systems: Geisinger Health System, Intermountain Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, Mercy and FMOLHS.
Health systems globally are challenged with the consistency, completeness and accuracy of product data across their supply chains. With the use of multiple product data registries each with unique requirements, and health systems managing data internally with different processes, it is nearly impossible to ensure clean data is used to inform clinical decision-making that achieves positive care outcomes.
SCANH2019 brings supply chain and IT industry experts, health system leaders, renowned researchers, policy makers and citizens together to exchange knowledge that will advance the adoption of data standards in global health systems. An effective supply chain data infrastructure results in a clinically integrated supply chain that promotes a better understanding of what care works best for a given patient and under what conditions best outcomes are achieved. Clean data will drive and enable the delivery of precision care that is personalized to each individual.
SCANH2019 will showcase the most innovative companies and ideas being brought forward to find a “single source of truth” for product data. Presentations by semi- finalists in the SCAN Health Design Competition will demonstrate evidence of impact for feasible solutions that enable the consolidation and synchronization of product data currently held in multiple data registries. Results of these real-world applications will be shared and discussed as it is applied to health systems globally.