Director of Value Analytics, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Ken Lee is the director of value analytics at Johns Hopkins Medicine and an adjunct assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His passion is converting data into improved results and maximizing the Return on Data Assets. Leveraging his expertise in building Business Intelligence and Data Analytics teams and processes, he combines project management and transformational leadership to address the most critical business priorities for his clients. With 10 years of experience in Healthcare Finance and Quality Improvement, he also brings operational insight that complements his generating value from data.
The health care industry is under pressure to provide safer and higher quality care while reducing costs. This presentation will provide an overview of how a large academic health system with multiple hospitals sets its data and analytics strategy and operationalizes the day to day tasks with the goal of providing higher value care.