A Framework for Data Strategy, Quality and Integrity

MentorHealth
Date: Tuesday August 20, 2019
Time:

10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60 Minutes
Instructor: Steven Schwartz
Webinar Id: 801755

 Live 

$139.
One Attendee
$299.
Unlimited Attendees

Recorded

$179.
One Attendee
$379.
Unlimited Attendees ?

Combo

Live + Recorded
$269 $318  
One Attendee
Live + Recorded
$599 $678  
Unlimited Attendees ?

This webinar will help attendees to thoughtfully consider data strategy regardless of their role or setting, Speaker will provide Practical ideas, tips and checklists will be shared for attendees to use to help them focus their own data strategies to drive value and outcomes.

Overview:

Whether you are setting up an initial data strategy in a small department or clinic or contributing to a large enterprise strategy, having a framework for where to begin with data and strategy can help elucidate key issues.

The intent of any data strategy framework is understanding how information and data drive your business and clinical service delivery. This can only be accomplished with a strongly aligned data and analytical framework with the overall objectives of the unit (or organization). Such a framework can guide how best to operationalize and capture the information (data) with fidelity and yet often in a context of a busy commercial/clinical enterprise.

Critical to the enterprise are asking the right questions (needs analysis) and overlaying the available data for answers. This include identification of data needs and gaps for driving key clinical or operational decision-making. A measurement strategy must not only understand the operationalization of key constructs but also how to capture, scrub, merge and evaluate such data in order to bring actionable insights to light. What potential barriers and constraints must you contend with, what necessary standards for data management are needed, what essential operating procedures must be in place, and importantly what are the data gaps relative to the objectives and related measurement needs? Finally what analytical approaches for standard reporting and more importantly clinical decision making.

Why should you Attend: Whether you are setting up an initial data strategy in a small department or clinic or contributing to a large enterprise strategy, having a framework for where to begin with data and strategy can help elucidate key issues. Poorly considered data strategy and consequent execution can will certainly not contribute to successful outcomes but can undermine and set back a clinical or other operational unit. This webinar will help attendees to thoughtfully consider data strategy regardless of their role or setting.

Practical ideas, tips and checklists will be shared for attendees to use to help them focus their own data strategies to drive value and outcomes. What potential barriers and constraints must you contend with, what necessary standards for data management, essential operating procedure, what are the data gaps and finally what analytical approaches for standard reporting and more importantly clinical decision making? These and other questions will be considered within the webinar.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Data Needs Assessment
  • Gap Analysis and Approaches to Data Capture
  • Data Coordination and Integration
  • Using Data for Standard Reporting
  • Using Data for Innovation Mining
  • Understanding Contextual/cultural Barriers to Strategy Execution

Who Will Benefit:
  • Research Directors
  • Research Managers
  • IRB Managers
  • HEOR Directors
  • Clinical Trials Research Associates
  • Pharma HEOR/RWE Researchers
  • Brand Managers
  • Clinical Research Project Managers
  • CRO staff

Speaker Profile
Steven Schwartz , Ph.D., Chief Science Advisor & Co-Founder & Manager, HEOR Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy has been involved in healthcare delivery and research for 30 years and has led outcomes evaluation and clinical trial coordination in a variety of settings including healthcare delivery systems, digital health technology, data analytics and the pharmaceutical industries. As part of the Behavioral Science Team that architected and evaluated the suite of HealthMedia digital health coaching products prior to, during, and after the company’s acquisition by Johnson and Johnson in 2008, Dr. Schwartz has been part of the digital innovation curve in healthcare for many years. He has published extensively in peer review science and industry trade publications. He has spoken on key health and technology topics locally, nationally and internationally. As a Boarded Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Schwartz has significant theoretical and practical expertise in (Cognitive) Behavioral Psychology, Learning Theory, Positive Psychology, Behavioral Economics, Clinical Trials Design, Program Evaluation, Human-Centered and Instructional Design, Gamification and N-of-1 Individual Science methodology. Dr. Schwartz is co-inventor on pending patent to enhance personalized evidenced-based medical and non-pharmaceutical micro-treatments. The invention leverages predictive population statistics, AI, wearable sensors, and N-of-1 simple-to-understand accurate personalized IndividuALLytics Quotients™ to give medical professionals new level of personalized predictive analytics cost-effectively to aid improved productive patient conversations and better outcomes.


You Recently Viewed