|When||Aug 30, 2016|
|Where||Lea Pulkkinen Hall, Agora 4th floor|
|Contact Name||Reija Kuoremäki|
|Contact Phone||+358 400 247 685|
Care & Wellbeing are mega-challenges in modern and quickly aging societies. What are the differences between the Finnish and the USA models to arrange these services? What can we learn from each other? Evon Holladay is a seasoned professional in architecting enterprise intelligence solutions and running analytics operations. She has built scalable, high-value solutions for health care, telecommunications, retail, and manufacturing. She is a visiting scholar at the Denver University, and serves as the Vice President Enterprise Intelligence for Catholic Health Initiatives. She is leading CHI's Population Health Analytics and Data strategy. This includes defining the overall population health analytics and data strategy through building for CHI and extending as a service to our affiliated partners. More information: http://daniels.du.edu/directory/evon-holladay/
The Agora Center aims to promote effective care provision and wellbeing management while improving people's quality of life by marrying the potential of emerging technologies with innovative service concepts through an interdisciplinary and multi-partner approach across disciplines, end-users, service providers, and other stakeholders. Toni Ruohonen and his research group has shown that there is a huge potential of savings through holistic planning and efficient collaboration between the health and social care professionals.
The lecture starts at 14:00 in Lea Pulkkinen Hall. Lecture's estimated duration is two hours.