The Enterprise Data Cloud: A Healthcare Perspective

Healthcare organizations have made significant investments in implementing systems which yield an abundance of data. This data is often siloed and not integrated across systems or workflows, so the data is static, latent, and incomplete, reducing the value of the information. What’s needed most is the ability to ingest, organize, and translate all this data in one place, in real-time and in proper form. Join Charles, Boicey, Chief Innovation Officer for Clearsense, as he tells the story of how Clearsense is applying Data Cloud technologies to healthcare.  He will cite uses cases and outcomes around: affordability for all healthcare organizations, completeness of serving clinical, operation, financial and research needs, as well as making it future proof.

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Charles Boicey
Chief Innovation Officer
Clearsense LLC
Notable expert clinical information systems specialist offering 25-plus years of strategic leadership. Successful architect of healthcare data warehouses, clinical and business intelligence tools, big data ecosystems, and a health information exchange. Excel at leading the development of long-term systems strategy for major medical organizations and executing plans to select innovative technology, implement systems, and leverage and maximize system functionality to enhance the health care delivery process. Evangelist for the use of clinical technology to drive daily operations, analysis, and decisioning. Reputation for building consensus among medical, nursing and research leadership, clinical departments, and IT. Scope of expertise encompasses designing technology-enabled processes, leading the clinical model for transformation, coordinating clinical workflow, ensuring the use of standardized data elements in clinical systems to meet clinical and research data warehouse requirements, leading teams through development and launch, and directing training. Charles Boicey MS, RN-BC is the chief innovation officer for Clearsense, an outcomes-driven healthcare technology company based in Jacksonville, FL. Previously, Charles was the enterprise analytics architect for Stony Brook Medicine, where he developed the analytics infrastructure to serve the clinical, operational, quality, and research needs of the organization. He was a founding member of the team that developed the Health and Human Services award-winning application NowTrending to assist in the early detection of disease outbreaks by utilizing social media feeds. Charles is a former president of the American Nursing Informatics Association.