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Redesigning Healthcare Organizations to Deploy New Knowledge from Data Science

Redesigning Healthcare Organizations to Deploy New Knowledge from Data Science

May 8-9, 2017

Ann Arbor, Michigan


Overview
This small, highly-interactive conference will explore topics related to capabilities needed by healthcare delivery organizations to apply newly generated knowledge (and engage with associated knowledge delivery infrastructure) in the era of data science. 
The conference is comprised of 5 main sessions. Each session will begin with some opening thoughts and discussions questions posed by participants with expertise in the given topic (max of 10 mins per speaker). The remainder of the session will be facilitated discussion among all participants. 

Goal
To identify potential components of a KM capability maturity model that could be used by h/c organizations to assess their readiness for future KM capabilities; where there is uncertainty about certain aspects of the model, suggest strategies to work towards greater clarity. 

Schedule

Day 1
Introductions 
  • Time: 9:00 - 9:45 AM
  • Facilitator: Julia Adler-Milstein
  • Questions and Topics:
    • What do we mean by knowledge and knowledge management?  
    • What is the knowledge lifecycle? 
    • What roles do healthcare organizations play in the knowledge lifecycle?
    • Context for knowledge management: drivers and related capabilities/efforts
  • Presenters: Julia Adler-Milstein
  • Presenter Topics: 
    • Welcome
    • Introductions
    • Conference Goals
    • Delivery System Context (Quadruple Aim) and Motivation for KM and LHS
    • Consensus on Key Definitions and Shared Mental Model
Session 1: Computable Knowledge as a “Game Changer” 
Session 2: Infrastructure to Support Dissemination of Computable Knowledge
Session 3: Use Cases and Initial CMM Discussion
Day 2
Session 4: Organizational and Implementation Challenges

Session 5: Capability Maturity Model, Gaps and Research Agenda
  • Time: 10:15AM - 12:15 PM
  • Facilitator: Julia Adler-Milstein
  • Questions and Topics:
    • What are the components of a KM capability maturity model for the future of h/c organizations?
    • What future research streams will bolster our understanding of h/c organization competencies related to KM in the era of data science?
    • What tools and frameworks would be most helpful?
    • What forums and funding mechanisms would be most relevant to future work?
  • Presenters: CMM brainstorm and group discussion, Conclusion
  • Presenter Topics: 
    • Complementarities with LHS and other efforts
      • CDC CDS Group
    • Channels for future work
    • Wrap up and next steps

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