Analytics Forum for the Healthcare and Public Sector | 2nd May

Analytics Forum for the Healthcare and Public Sector | 2nd May


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Analytic Forum for the Healthcare and Public Sector!

Join us for the Analytics Forum for the Healthcare and Public Sector on the 2nd of May in Dublin to learn how analytics has transformed both sectors.

With the increasing pressures of budget cuts, the ‘do more with less’ mantra and the challenge of managing multiple and siloed data sets, the need for digital transformation in the  Healthcare and Public Sector has never been so prevalent.

We will bring together both industry experts and thought leaders who will share their success stories, insights and best practices on how data is being used to improve services, reduce costs and save lives in the Public Sector.

Whether you’re about to begin your analytics journey or you have an established programme, this event is for you.

Why Attend?

  • Be inspired by our Industry experts and their analytic blueprints for success
  • Hear and meet from a wealth of peer-to-peer thought leaders, experts and organisations
  • Learn from other leading Public Sector organisations regarding their Qlik journeys and how to lead with data

 

Event Details:
Venue:        Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, 6 Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Date:           Thursday 2nd May 2019
Time:          9.30am to 1:30 pm (Including Networking Lunch)

Agenda:

09:45    Registration
10:00    Welcome & Introductions | John O’Shea, Commercial Director
10:05     Healthcare Analytics Blueprint for Success |Sean Price, EMEA Director, Qlik
10:40    3rd Generation BI Tech Update | Bruno Calver, Principal Solution Architect, Qlik
11:15      Coffee Break
11:40     Digital Capabilities driving Public Sector Transformation | Martin Curley, Director of the Digital Academy and Open Innovation, HSE
12:10     Q&A and closing remarks
12:30     Networking Lunch

It’s free to join and simply email elaine.montgomery@capventis.com to register for the Analytics Forum on the 2nd May in Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, No 6 Kildare Street, Dublin.

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