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The Healthcare Analytics Summit™: Top Data Discoveries and Insights from HAS 20 Virtual

October 1, 2020

Article Summary


The 2020 Healthcare Analytics Summit™ (HAS 20 Virtual) took place for the first time from a remote platform. But, as the 2020 HAS infographic demonstrates, the remote experience delivered on HAS event’s customary high level of engagement and meaningful healthcare insights.
The 2020 conference focused on the theme of analytics in the new normal, sharing insights around pandemic response and recovery to a record-setting audience.

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The 2020 Healthcare Analytics Summit™ (HAS 20 Virtual) moved to its first-ever virtual platform with a record-setting registration of more than 3,584 individuals. Just as COVID-19 safety compliance drove the conference to an online setting, the pandemic also steered the event’s theme of “Analytics in the New Normal.” Keynote presentations, breakout sessions, videos, and individual Braindate networking engagements centered on the transformative role of data and analytics in a post-COVID-19 era.

Top Insights from the 2020 Healthcare Analytics Summit

HAS 20 Virtual analysts polled attendees, analyzed data, and reported real-time insights for the following discoveries about conference participants, their organizations, and their COVID-19 experiences and most-pressing concerns:

  • “Analytics” roles make up the majority of attendee roles at 43.2 percent.
  • Most attendees (27 percent) have worked in healthcare for 11 to 20 years.
  • Almost 75 percent of attendees say COVID-19 will impact their telehealth programs “very positively.”
  • Organizations dedicate varying levels of their analytics team’s focus to COVID-19 work (e.g., about 33 percent dedicate 26 to 50 percent of their time, and about 29 percent dedicate 51 to 57 percent of their analytics time).

The HAS 2020 infographic features the above insights and more on conference demographics and healthcare industry perspectives on COVID-19.

Additional Reading

Would you like to learn more about this topic? Here are some articles we suggest:

  1. HAS 20 Virtual: Reimagining the Healthcare Conference
  2. HAS 20 Virtual: Featuring a World-Class Lineup of Keynote Speakers
  3. Healthcare Analytics Summit 2020: Day Three Recap
  4. Healthcare Analytics Summit 2020: Day Two Recap
  5. Virtually Kicking Off the 2020 Healthcare Analytics Summit
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