Why missing data doesn’t promote progress
You wouldn’t make cookies with just a fraction of the ingredients, why would you make decisions without all the data?
Data is undoubtedly one of the strongest driving forces in planning, evaluation and analysis, and is vital to improving operations. Many agencies are relying on just a fraction of the data though – you wouldn’t cook with just a fraction of the ingredients, why would you make decisions without all the data?
On Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 1 p.m. CT, Michael Patock will present “Missing ingredients don’t make cookies: Why missing data doesn’t promote progress, and sponsored by ImageTrend.
Join ImageTrend for a discussion of what complete data looks like, the impact on the full spectrum of healthcare and how this data is vital to improving your operations. You will leave with a better understanding of why it’s important to have all the data – not just a fraction of it.
Presented by Fitch & Associates, this Pinnacle Webinar is sponsored by ImageTrend.
The Pinnacle Webinar Series is produced in cooperation with Pinnacle Media Partner EMS1. Ninth Brain is Fitch & Associates’ Learning Partner.
About the speaker
Michael Patock leads ImageTrend's Incubation and Clinical and Research Services teams as the vice president of strategic development. With a focus on innovation, research and data science, Michael and his team envision transformational efforts to advance the healthcare and public safety industries. His discerning and big picture thinking unites a product focus with innovation resulting in the better use of data to benefit clients while strengthening our connected solutions.
With more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, Michael began his career at ImageTrend in 1999 starting as employee number four working above the garage. He has worked in a variety of roles such as a developer, project manager and product manager, on numerous products. He transitioned into the vice president of health data services role, which included overseeing all hospital and licensing products, and bringing the HIH data exchange platform to market, before moving into his current role.
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