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Using Data Science to Influence Population Health

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 @ 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM


If your hospital is able to use integrated data to drive strategic decision-making, you are really getting to population health nirvana. But if your organization struggles with analyzing and applying data, understanding the appropriate health interventions for various populations, monitoring progress, and eliminating barriers to delivering the most affordable, appropriate care, your hospital will not reach its potential. If you are ready to assess resources, core competencies, and existing technologies to determine if caregivers have the ability to manage population health, this webinar is for you!

The MHA Health Foundation webinar Using Data Science to Influence Population Health will review:

  • How large, robust data sets can be used to influence outcomes in populations
  • The importance of nurses in managing care of patient populations
  • How to make population health tools effective across healthcare settings to understand patient needs and nursing work
  • Pattern visualization and other data science methods that nurses can use to affect outcomes

Meet Your Faculty

Karen A. Monsen, PhD, RN, FAAN, is an associate professor at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing, Minneapolis. Monsen has expertise in public health nursing and nursing informatics and her intervention effectiveness research employs diverse methods, including theory-based analysis, data mining, visualization and longitudinal analysis. She has worked extensively with healthcare agencies and systems on documentation issues and data management.

Who Should Attend

Chief information and nurse executives; healthcare information technology professionals; directors of quality improvement

Registration Deadline

Registration is encouraged by noon, May 2, 2017.

Connection Fee

$195 for MHA members; $295 for non-MHA members


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