Dear AIM Utah Members:
Our next AIM General Membership Luncheon will be Thursday, October 14th, and you are invited to participate!
This will be a virtual Zoom meeting!
The AIM Lunch will start at 11:45 am and we hope you can participate! We expect the meeting to last 60-90 minutes and many of your peers will be participating!
This month's featured speaker is:
Healthcare Chief Data Officer
2021 Data and Analytics Trends: Data Platform Modernization and Data Governance
In this session we will discuss a few data and analytics trends that we have observed and seem to be resonating with companies across industries. The two trends we will spend most of our time discussing is data platform modernization and data governance. We will dive into why these topics are resonating with many companies across the country, the drivers that have led to companies wanting to address these topics, and some practical steps you can take if you’d like to mature your data and analytics capabilities.
About Lee Pierce
Lee Pierce, BS, MIS, is the Sirius Healthcare Chief Data Officer (CDO). A 22‐year healthcare industry veteran, Lee specializes in leading enterprise efforts to leverage data as an enterprise asset—with data and analytics strategies and competencies. Prior to joining Sirius this year, Lee served as the CDO for Intermountain Healthcare, spearheading data and analytics capabilities. As part of this work, Lee led 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 also built the organization’s Data Governance Office and led the implementation of data governance practices across the enterprise. Prior to his CDO role at Intermountain, Lee served as the Assistant Vice President of BI and Analytics and Director of Enterprise Data Warehousing. He began his career at Intermountain as a data warehouse developer, creating analytics solutions for clinical quality improvement initiatives. Over the years, Lee has contributed to the industry by providing guidance to other healthcare organizations on data and analytics. To this point, Lee is a founder member and former chairman of the Healthcare Data and Analytics Association (HDAA), a national non‐profit organization with 300+ member healthcare organizations and over 2,000 individual data and analytics professionals. The HDAA’s mission is to provide collaboration opportunities for healthcare data and analytics leaders and practitioners. Lee holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University and a Master of Information Systems Management from Utah State University.
Thank you to our sponsor!
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We hope you can make it to this event!
The AIM Board