Informatics & Analytics Roundtable

Mission Statement

Support the frontline healthcare workers by interpreting the framework for collecting the right data once at the right time to support diagnosis and appropriate treatment and provide supporting analytics for patient and clinician behavior modification.

Framework for Activities

  • Problem Statement (issues and desired outcomes)
  • Benefit / Goal
  • Stakeholders (to whom)
  • Sizing (when/timeline and level of effort required)
  • Business Model (sustainable, how, value)
  • Relevant Regulatory Concerns


  1. Education of members through discussion of topics selected by the roundtable members.
  2. Encouragement of on-going networking and sharing of issues and solutions among roundtable members.
  3. Provide guidelines and recommendations on topics selected by the roundtable members.
  4. Develop initiatives that will benefit each member’s respective organization involvement.
  5. Long-term Goals:
  • Look for solutions to improve clinical workflow thru better use and access to data
    • Decrease cumbersome data collection, “collect right data once at the right time”
    • Look at the impact increased technology has on critical thinking skills.
    • Share lessons learned
    • Use of “subject matter experts”
  • Improving proactive population health outreach to:
    • steer patients to more appropriate venues of care
    • Educate patients to improve long-term care through patient engagement
    • home health tie-in and data availability
    • better transitions of care
    • case management before individuals become patients
  • Better merging HIS/EMRs with reports with decision support with education
  • Point of service decision support in context of population management
  • Operating in multiple environments (BI data from current vendor(s) while implementing a new vendor)



Participation in meetings is for NCHICA members only, and registration is required. Click here for more information.


Resources from April 7, 2015 Meeting:

NCHICA has created a collaborative organization that no other State has achieved. It includes vendors, providers, payers, physicians, nurses, clinicians, attorneys, information technologists and other professionals, working together to improve healthcare within North Carolina in every way, from the use of technology, to public policy considerations, to patient privacy, and more. Belonging to, and participating in, this organization helps you to not only keep up with the changing healthcare environment, but to have some influence on those changes.

— David B. Dillehunt
FirstHealth of the Carolinas
Pinehurst, NC

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