Title of Paper

The Human Side of Information Technologies: Applying Real-Time Big Data to Promote Healthy Healthcare Organizations and Patient Behavior

Session Type

Seminar

Topic

Communication and Relationship-centered Healthcare

Location

TBL Hall 2

Start Date

30-10-2015 4:00 PM

End Date

30-10-2015 4:35 PM

Abstract

Dr. Bengt Arnetz will demonstrate how close-to-real-time data collected in large knowledge organizations, including healthcare systems, are being used to promote organization-wide, goal- and mission-driven behaviors resulting in improved job satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and bottom-line performance. This talk will also highlight the importance of using information technologies to promote healthcare system-wide personnel engagement, empowerment, and goal-driven behaviors, focused on both the “Whats,” i.e., what is expected out of me as an individual agent, and the “Hows,” skills and tools needed to achieve the “Whats.”

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Oct 30th, 4:00 PM Oct 30th, 4:35 PM

The Human Side of Information Technologies: Applying Real-Time Big Data to Promote Healthy Healthcare Organizations and Patient Behavior

TBL Hall 2

Dr. Bengt Arnetz will demonstrate how close-to-real-time data collected in large knowledge organizations, including healthcare systems, are being used to promote organization-wide, goal- and mission-driven behaviors resulting in improved job satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and bottom-line performance. This talk will also highlight the importance of using information technologies to promote healthcare system-wide personnel engagement, empowerment, and goal-driven behaviors, focused on both the “Whats,” i.e., what is expected out of me as an individual agent, and the “Hows,” skills and tools needed to achieve the “Whats.”