June 7, 2017 – June 9, 2017 all-day
University of Minnesota in Minneapolis
Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, 907 Sibley St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
2017 Nursing Knowledge: Big Data Science Conference | School of Nursing – University of Minnesota
Purpose of the Main Conference June 8-9, 2017
The purpose of the main “Think-Tank” conference is to learn about major milestones achieved toward sharable and comparable nursing data and advance a National Action Plan for consistent documentation and use of nursing and interprofessional data for analytics and big data science. There are 10 virtual workgroups which are working toward how to improve the capture and continuing use of nurse-sensitive data using national standards to to achieve the quadruple aim of better health, better patient experience, lower costs and improved work life of healthcare providers.
Purpose of the Pre-Conference – June 7, 2017
The purpose of the pre-conference is to provide exemplars and hands on experience that supports participants in advancing sharable and comparable nursing data across the continuum. Three tracks will focus on quality reporting, care coordination, and data science with big data. The content within each of these tracks focuses on the information infrastructure to support continuing use of data documented by and about nursing and health care, health policies driving the need for continuing use of data, exemplars of successful data use, and an exercise to engage participants in next action steps they can take.
For more information please visit their website at https://www.nursing.umn.edu/centers/center-nursing-informatics/news-events/2017-nursing-knowledge-big-data-science-conference