The Healthcare Analytics Summit™ (HAS) 21 Virtual features internationally recognized speakers, national and global networking opportunities, and traditional HAS fun—including #Socks of HAS, quiz questions, daily scavenger hunts, prizes, and more. In addition, the 2021 global theme will take attendees on a virtual journey to three international destinations—Singapore, Dubai, and London—while exploring the digital trends and best practice experiences driving healthcare success in the new digital era.
The HAS 21 Virtual world-class speaker line-up includes the following:
1. Head Coach of the Golden State Warriors and two-time NBA Coach of the Year, Steve Kerr. 2. AI Rana el Kaliouby, PhD, co-founder and CEO of Affectiva and pioneer and inventor of Emotion and Human Perception. 3. Chris Chen, MD, CEO of ChenMed, and Brent James, MD, MStat, Clinical Professor, Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC), Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine.
From September 21 to 23, 2021, the Healthcare Analytics Summit™ (HAS) 21 Virtual will explore the digital trends and best practice experiences driving healthcare success in the new digital era. Attendees at year’s event will get in-depth insight across multiple analytic domains and virtually travel to three international destinations—Singapore, Dubai, and London. A premier educational experience unlike any other, HAS 21 Virtual will feature world-class speakers and breakout sessions highlighting analytics in AI, clinical and quality improvement, population health, financial, life sciences, and health equity, as well as special events, such as the Analytics and AI Showcases and the popular Braindate networking offering.
What to Expect at the Healthcare Analytics Summit 21 Virtual
Three days of HAS 21 Virtual include transformational leaders from healthcare, technology, and beyond; industry-leading insights; innovation showcases; and one-of-a-kind networking opportunities:
Day 1: HAS 21 Virtual opens with a fireside chat with Head Coach of the Golden State Warriors and two-time NBA Coach of the Year, Steve Kerr. In addition, industry experts will share their outlooks on AI and clinical analytics, and two waves of breakout presentations will offer insights into increasing revenue, decreasing cost, improving quality, and more.
Day 2: Healthcare industry transformational leader and champion of social justice, Chris Chen, MD, CEO of ChenMed, and Brent James, MD, MStat, Clinical Professor, Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC), Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, are the featured speakers for day 2. Industry outlook speakers will delve into financial analytics and population, and two more waves of breakouts will share more critical experiences and learnings.
Day 3: An advocate for healthcare equity and innovation, featured speaker Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, president and chief clinical officer for ProvidenceSt. Joseph Health and CNN medical analyst, presents on day 3. Industry outlook speakers will explore the life sciences and health equity horizons, and the live Analytics and AI showcases will feature data-related projects across a wide variety of vital topics.
Response from HAS 20 Virtual
Attendees at the first virtual edition of HAS in 2020 reported an overwhelmingly positive experience:
HAS 20 Virtual earned a 99 percent overall satisfaction rating.
95 percent of attendees are likely to recommend to a friend.
99 percent recognized the conference’s commitment to educating, not selling.
How to Join the Healthcare Analytics Summit 21 Virtual
Don’t miss this year’s opportunity to hear internationally recognized speakers, engage in national and global networking opportunities, and enjoy traditional HAS fun—including #Socks of HAS, quiz questions, daily scavenger hunts, prizes, and more. Register, receive your HAS 21 Virtual event kit and passport, skip the jet lag and airport lines, and join us virtually at international hotels in Singapore, Dubai, and London.
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