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Dale Sanders provides an update on the Healthcare Analytics Adoption Model. Dale published the first version of this model in 2002, calling it the Analytics Capability Maturity Model. The three intentions at that time are the same as they are today: 1) Provide healthcare leaders with a clear roadmap for the progression of analytic maturity in their organization. 2) Provide vendors with a roadmap to meet the analytic needs of clients. 3) Create a common framework to benchmark the progressive adoption of analytics at the industry level.
In 2012, Dale co-published a new version of the Model with Dr. Denis Protti, rebranding it the Healthcare Analytics Adoption Model and purposely borrowing from the widespread adoption of the EMR Adoption Model (EMRAM) published and supported by HIMSS. In 2015, Dale transferred the model under a creative commons copyright to HIMSS to create a vendor-independent industry standard that is now widely applied to support the original three intentions. He continues to collaborate with HIMSS to progress the Model.
During this webinar, Dale:
-Reviews the current state of the Health Catalyst Model, including recent changes that advocate a ninth level—direct-to-patient analytics and AI.
-Shares his observations of maturity in the market.
-Provides an update on the current state of the HIMSS Adoption Model for Analytic Maturity.