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CADS 2013: Clinical Analytics for Decision Support

25 Jun 2013 - 27 Jun 2013 - Boston, MA, USA

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Healthcare provision underpins the stability of any great nation. To support and provide care for your nation’s people keeps a country moving, as with without healthy people, a country is on the cusp of fragility.

As the world’s population gets bigger, so does the pressure to maintain a sufficient level of healthcare for everyone. This already challenging situation is exacerbated by restrictions on financial expenditure. An important pressure valve comes in the form of Clinical Analytics.

Clinical Analytics for Decision Support is the first meeting of its kind designed exclusively to ensure that leaders in healthcare services have a shared platform where they can come together to share knowledge and devise strategies about how to maximise the use of clinical analytics to serve their patients better and reduce the costs of doing so.

A new movement happening. Over 1000 hospitals are prioritising clinical analytics in 2013 and with more and more support behind them, there is true scope for healthcare systems to see a 21st century reform.

Top 3 reasons to attend:

Leave the meeting with the knowledge and an implementation strategy that will allow you to transform the quality of the healthcare you’re organization provides

Manage large volumes of patient data, identify and manage gaps in information sources to derive meaningful therapeutic outcomes for your patient

Ensure that data is operationally accessible to ensure decision making in real-time. Slash your patient hospitalisation stays.

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