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The Future is Now
The Power of Big Data

The Future is Now: Big Data

August – October 2022
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About the program

We like data at Kaiser Permanente. These sessions will highlight some of the ways we are making data actionable in pharmacy and care delivery, leveraging augmented intelligence and working toward better health for our members.

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Clinical Predictive Models: Challenge and Opportunities

August 25, 8:00 – 9:00 AM PDT/3:00 – 4:00 PM UTC

with Vincent Liu, MD, MSc, Regional Director, Hospital Advanced Analytics, The Permanente Medical Group

Dr. Vincent Liu, a critical care physician and one of Kaiser Permanente’s leading researchers looks at how data and predictive models and augmented intelligence can help drive improvements in care. In this session, he’ll share current research efforts and discuss some of the opportunities and challenges with using predictive models for clinical care.

Rx Insights: Big Data and Pharmacy

September 22, 8:00 – 9:00 AM PDT/3:00 – 4:00 PM UTC

with Vivian Tan, Vice President, Strategic Information Management and Global Relationships and Mihir Mhatre, Senior Director, National Pharmacy Analytics

As part of Kaiser Permanente’s integrated system, we own and operate our pharmacies. This means we have vast amounts of data related to medication adherence, drug formularies, and most recently, COVID-19 testing and vaccines. Vivian Tan, vice president of strategic information management and Mihir Mhatre, Director, National Pharmacy Analytics will share how we are leveraging data to support patients and manage affordability.

The Business Case for Equity

October 6, 8:00 – 9:00 AM PDT/3:00 – 4:00 PM UTC

with Laura Long, MBA, Vice President, Operations, Performance & Compliance, National Equity, Inclusion and Diversity

Kaiser Permanente has been a leader in equitable care from its earliest days, when Henry J. Kaiser insisted that we provide the same care in the same facilities to our members of all races. We also know that building an equitable and inclusive workplace and work practices is good for business. Laura Long, Vice President, National Equity Inclusion and Diversity, will share how there is a strong data-backed business case for equity in business and health care.
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