I thought I would share a few items from last month’s Medical Informatics World 2015. This was my first time attending the event, and I really enjoyed it. Cambridge Healthtech Institute lined up a great group of topics and speakers that really covered the landscape of informatics. They recorded my keynote, which can be seen here:
I also delivered a separate talk on enterprise architecture, which I will post separately later. And I got the opportunity to share the stage with some of my favorite industry speakers during two panel discussions.
Medical Informatics World 2015 Opening Panel. From left: Tariq Abu-Jaber, Phil Polakoff, Stanlet Huff, Steven Stack, and Jason Burke. Image courtesy of Cambridge Healthtech Institute.
Medical Informatics World 2015 Final Panel. From left: Eric Glazer, Gowtham Rao, John Halamka, Stephen Warren, Jason Burke, and J.D. Whitlock. Image courtesy of Cambridge Healthtech Institute.
I was asked to give a keynote presentation this week at the annual Medical Informatics World conference in Boston. I thought I would share a copy of my talk for those that were not able to attend.
Health Data Management invited me to come back this year for their annual Healthcare Analytics Symposium. Here is a copy of the talk I gave.
If you would like to see the talk I gave during the first year of the event, I covered it in a previous post which you can find here. Thanks to HDM for the opportunity to share my thoughts and experiences on where we need to go in health analytics.
This past summer, I was fortunate enough to be asked to deliver one of the keynote addresses at the first Health Analytics Symposium conference. Afterwards, a number of people asked for copies of my materials, which I’m fine to provide except no one ever knows what I said around each slide, and the slides themselves are far from self-explanatory. So I managed to get a partial recording of my presentation, and have posted it here for those that might be interested. Note that some of this content will be in my upcoming book on health analytics. More on that later.