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Deploying AI to maximize healthcare capacity: announcing the third LeanTaaS Transform virtual summit 

In facing the rapid capacity changes, challenges, and opportunities that have arisen in the healthcare industry in recent years, hospitals and health systems are increasingly embracing digital transformation and technology initiatives. LeanTaaS continues to offer solutions to maximize healthcare capacity and guarantee a return on investment.  

Transform Virtual Operations Summit returns for June 2022

On June 7-8, LeanTaaS will partner with Becker’s Hospital Review to host our third virtual Transform Hospital Operations Summit. Driven by a focus on deploying AI to achieve better ROI, the two-day program will connect over 1,800 attendees with health system executives, technology leaders, and industry experts to discuss how hospitals use advanced analytics tools to solve critical challenges arising from case backlogs, provider burnout and staffing shortages, and increased patient wait times

Effectively maximizing healthcare assets, and adopting data tools that are powerful enough to do so, has become more important than ever. As other industries have already done, healthcare must embrace analytics, including AI, to help providers and staff manage critical resources like operating rooms, infusion clinics, and inpatient units to their optimal capacity. This includes adopting analytics to accurately predict and helpfully direct scheduling, staffing, and patient flow throughout services. Several health systems and hospitals, highlighted in the upcoming summit, have already implemented these changes to great success. 

Highlighting hospitals and health systems that have maximized healthcare capacity to improve ROI

Transform attendees will hear stories from C-suite hospital and health system leaders who have transformed operations and unlocked revenue through AI and machine learning solutions. These sessions will encompass a wide range of perspectives, including the urgency of implementing analytics to maximize healthcare capacity, the strategies of breaking through operational barriers with partnerships, the journey of scaling disruptive new technology at scale, the partly-realized potential for AI to revolutionize the healthcare industry, and more.

Additional sessions, oriented around Perioperative, Infusion Center, and Inpatient Bed Learning Tracks, will feature healthcare executives highlighting the results they have achieved by leveraging AI in their operations. 

  • Increasing surgical case volume by a mean of 6%, amounting to 25 more cases per OR per year 
  • Reducing infusion patient wait times by 30%
  • Decreasing inpatient time-to-admit by 16%, despite an 18% increase in COVID-19 census

Primary speakers include Aaron Miri, SVP and Chief Digital and Information Officer and Amy Huveldt, VP of Performance Excellence, both of Baptist Health; Dr. Patrick McGill, EVP, Chief Transformation Officer at Community Health Network; Dr. Douglas Flora, Executive Medical Director, Oncology Services, St. Elizabeth Healthcare;  and Dr. Eric Eskioğlu, Executive Vice President, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer and Co-Director of the Institute of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence at Novant Health.  

Further speakers represent Cone Health, Mount Nittany Medical Center, MultiCare, UCHealth, University of Utah Health, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, and Yale New Haven Health

Transform registration is free for all attendees. Register and view the full summit agenda here.

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