CS Seminar - Alex Mair


SEMINAR PRESENTATION

Friday, March 11, 2016
2:30 PM
Carnegie Hall 113
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A Framework for Aligning Health Analytics to the Digital Health Agenda in Canada

Alex Mair

Abstract
Digital health represents a complex and rapidly changing ecosystem. At the same time, it also creates new opportunities to leverage innovative solutions, leveraging new as well as existing data that is being generated at enormous rates in healthcare.  The presentation is a framework for helping Health Delivery Organizations (HDO) think about how they can be successful in leveraging Health Analytics to support the Digital Health agenda in Canada. The framework provides: 1) practical approaches to aligning health analytics to the business strategy and digital health agenda; 2) practical considerations for designing, implementing and operating health analytics solutions in the digital health ecosystem, and 3) guidance on the way forward from health analytics leaders around increasing health analytics maturity across data, governance, culture, and IT infrastructure and skills.

About the Presenter
Alex is currently Director, Architecture for Health System Use within Emerging Technology Group of Infoway.   Alex’s role is lead architect and program manager for Health System Use within Infoway.   Prior to this role Alex was the Regional Director of Architecture for Atlantic Canada.  Alex was responsible for working with the 4 Atlantic Provinces in helping their implementation of an interoperable electronic health record (EHR).   His primary responsibility was the provision of technical/solution architectural expertise to regional / jurisdictional sponsor project teams.  Prior to Canada Health Infoway, Alex worked as an independent consultant and senior consultant in the healthcare IT, enterprise architecture and business intelligence and data warehousing fields. Alex has been in the IT consulting business for over 30 years.

Everyone is welcome to attend!
Pizza and drinks will be served.


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