Healthcare Chief Data Officer, Sirius Computer Solutions
Lee Pierce, BS, MIS, is the Healthcare Chief Data Officer for Sirius. Lee was the chief data officer at Intermountain Healthcare for 5 years, and was involved leading and building data and analytics capabilities at Intermountain for over 20 years. He has been accountable for the development of Intermountain’s data and analytics strategy, infrastructure, data governance efforts, business intelligence development, and coordination of analytics and data science services throughout the Intermountain enterprise. Lee has over 22 years of experience in healthcare IT, specializing in organizing enterprise efforts to leverage data as an enterprise asset to by developing data and analytics strategy and competencies. Previous to his current assignment, Lee was the Assistant Vice President of BI and Analytics, Director of Intermountain’s Enterprise Data Warehouse, as well as many years as a data warehouse developer creating analytic solutions for clinical quality improvement initiatives. Lee has frequently consulted with other healthcare organizations on data and analytics. Lee is the previous chairman and incorporator of the Healthcare Data and Analytics Association (HDAA), a national non-profit organization with 300+ member healthcare organizations and over 2000 individual data and analytics professionals, which exists to provide collaboration opportunities for healthcare data and analytics leaders and practitioners. Lee received a Bachelor’s of Science from Brigham Young University, and a Master’s Degree in Information Systems Management from Utah State University.
Data Literacy: A Bridge To Span The Chasm To Actionable, Personalized Analytics
Is the time for personalized analytics now? Why do healthcare organizations today struggle to provide actionable, personalized analytics? In this session we will discuss the contributing barriers to healthcare organizations achieving the value and vision of personalized analytics that we all desire. We will also discuss concepts and practice to use data literacy and share examples of successful organizations and value being achieved today.