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Travis Touroo

Sr. Product Manager, DOS

Travis Touroo is a Sr. Product Manager at Health Catalyst and key contributor to the company’s visualization and self-service analytics strategy.  His team owns the Health Catalyst Pop Insights ™ application as well as hosted BI platforms. 

Travis has a background strongly rooted in data analysis, visualization, business intelligence, and consulting within these spaces.  He has led data teams across industries including Healthcare, Insurance, and Finance.  Along with cross-industry experience Travis has worked on data-driven initiatives and projects from all sides of an organization which has helped developed his interest in data strategy and culture.  In recent years his focus and passion has been centered on helping organizations develop and implement modern, user-centric, self-service analytic solutions while driving adoption and value.     

Travis joined Health Catalyst in November 2019 after working for several years in the payor space for Humana.

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The Four Pillars of Successful Self-Service Analytics in Healthcare

To prepare for successful self-service analytics, healthcare organizations must lay a strong foundation to ensure team members feel comfortable and confident with data. Many health systems are so eager to reap the benefits of self-service analytics that they rush its implementation before their team members are ready. These hurried approaches often lead to unsuccessful self-service analytics implementation that lacks the agility to support systems in a rapidly changing industry. To ensure self-service analytics success and avoid common pitfalls, healthcare organizations can focus on four pillars that build a strong self-service analytics foundation:

1. Develop a data-centric culture.
2. Promote data literacy.
3. Garner leadership support and ensure governance.
4. Define a business goal.

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