Leveraging Your De-Identified Data for Improved Care and New Revenue

Wednesday, April 19 at 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT
South Building, Level 4 | S406 A

The COVID-19 global pandemic made it clear the world needed better data, faster answers and a new way for healthcare to work together to improve patient care and advance health equity. Today, more than 20 leading U.S. health systems have joined forces to form Truveta and work toward a shared vision of saving lives with data. Leading CIOs and CTOs of Providence, Advocate Aurora Health, Truveta and others will share the challenges they’ve overcome deploying advanced AI and machine learning to combine their de-identified data for research and unlock new revenue sources for reinvesting in the communities they serve. They’ll share details about how they are normalizing and de-identifying data to create the most complete, timely and highest quality data set on U.S. health for ethical research. And discover how they are finding new ways to collaborate, cut costs and improve patient care by working together. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of the technical and industry challenges CIOs at leading health systems have overcome to combine their data for the good of humanity and the viability of their organization.

Learning Objectives

  • Evaluate the importance of unprecedented data to accelerate care quality, health equity and community learning
  • Compare new revenue options to accelerate your mission, gain data royalties and research for real-time decision making
  • Recognize data service offering at an unprecedented value to impact IT savings, actionable clinical data and benchmark against the national average
Chief Data Officer, CIO/CTO/CTIO/Senior IT, Life Sciences Professional


BJ Moore
EVP, Chief Information Officer
Providence St. Joseph Health


Bobbie Byrne
Chief Information Officer
Advocate Aurora Health
Jay Nanduri
Chief Technology Officer