Brant Avondet

Brant Avondet joined Health Catalyst in November 2014 as an Engagement Lead. Prior to joining, Brant founded Searchlight Enterprises, a malpractice risk prediction and online physician ratings research and company. Brant spent eight years in general management and strategy roles at Cerner Corporation (NASDAQ: CERN) and three years as an analyst at Monitor Equity Insights. Mr. Avondet holds an MBA with distinction from Harvard University, a BA in economics and BS in Finance, magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University.

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7 Features of Highly Effective Outcomes Improvement Projects

There’s a formula for success when putting together outcomes improvement projects and organizing the teams that make them prosper. Too often, critically strategic projects launch without the proper planning, structure, and people in place to ensure viability and long-term sustainability. They never achieve the critical mass required to realize substantial improvements, or they do, but then the project fades away and the former state returns. The formula for enduring success follows seven simple steps:

1. Take an Outcomes Versus Accountability Focus
2. Define Your Goal and Aim Statements Early and Stick to Them
3. Assign an Owner of the Analytics (Report or Application) Up Front
4. Get End Users Involved In the Process
5. Design to Make Doing the Right Thing Easy
6. Don’t Underestimate the Power of 1:1 Training
7. Get the Champion Involved

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