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Learn how to optimize hospital operational performance using AI and Analytics at LeanTaaS’ Transform Virtual Summit

Kathy Bennett

Content writer for PAN Communications

Are you a healthcare leader looking to optimize capacity in your OR, inpatient beds, or infusion center? Block your schedule for December 7-8, 2021, and get ready to transform your hospital operational performance at the second LeanTaaS Transform Hospital Operations Virtual Summit. 

This free online event will feature a keynote from healthcare expert Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the 23rd U.S. FDA Commissioner, author, CNBC contributor, senior fellow at American Enterprise Institute (AEI), partner at New Enterprise Associates (NEA), and board member at Pfizer, Illumina, Aetion, and Tempus. Dr. Gottlieb’s session will address key issues facing the healthcare industry. 

Hosted in partnership with Becker’s Hospital Review, the event will connect over 1,600 attendees with health system executives, technology leaders, and industry experts to discuss best practices for optimizing hospital capacity management now and in the future. Most sessions are tracked by facility type (Infusion Center, OR, or Inpatient Beds) so attendees can select the content most relevant to their specific roles.

A highlight of the event is a plenary session from LeanTaaS Founder and CEO Mohan Giridharadas, who will share “Perspectives on Optimizing Asset Utilization in Healthcare.”

Effectively managing schedules and maximizing capacity in the OR, infusion centers, and inpatient bed units is more important than ever. Like other industries now do, healthcare must rely on predictive analytics tools to help providers manage these critical resources efficiently. Giridharadas will share his perspectives on how to stay competitive and transform hospital operational performance. 

Day One features an intimate fireside chat with Angela Yochem, EVP and Chief Transformation and Digital Officer, Novant Health. She’ll lead a discussion on why digital transformation is a requirement and not a luxury for hospitals to flourish and stay competitive.

The first-day afternoon features “Health System Impact Stories,” broken out by facility type. Highlighting real-life case studies from infusion, OR, and inpatient settings, these results-oriented sessions are presented by leaders from the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, Nebraska Medicine, Yale New Haven Hospital, UCHealth, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and McLaren Health Care.

Day One closes with a thought leadership panel led by Giridharadas and Dr. Robert Groves, EVP and CMO of Banner | Aetna. This discussion will focus on building operational agility and how leaders can turn pandemic resource management lessons into building blocks for future success.

 

Day Two kicks off with Dr. Scott Gottlieb’s Q&A keynote, “Better Healthcare through Better Math: Preparing for the Future.” He will address the urgent need for operational excellence in healthcare.

The morning continues with a plenary session from Lisa Stump, SVP and CIO of Yale New Haven Health and Yale School of Medicine. She’ll share how her organization is scaling AI across their system. 

Day Two’s impact stories feature case studies from SUNY Upstate Medical University and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, documenting their experiences using predictive analytics at the healthcare system level.

The summit wraps up with showcases broken out by Inpatient Beds, Infusion Centers, and Operating Rooms, once again giving participants the opportunity to focus on core areas.

Participate in this free virtual event to accelerate your organization’s capacity optimization initiatives and achieve greater than ever hospital operational performance. Register below. 

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