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1 UCSF Developments in Business Intelligence and Enterprise Data Warehouse

2 Data and Analytics Needs 2 Access to and analysis of data is the number one underserved IT need across UCSF. Joe Bengfort – UCSF CIO

3 Data And Analytics Needs – Just a Sampling Ability to identify and stratify patients for research and population health. Integration of clinical, financial, research, education data. Targeting interventions for patients based on evidence. Connecting resident performance to patient satisfaction and outcomes. Enable continuous performance measurement and quality improvement. Self-service tools and dashboards. Ability to pull data from textual files. Comparisons to outside sources (e.g., UHC and other national data) and trend modeling. Support an interface with ACO-wide databases/tools. Historical and Real-time analysis. … 3

4 Current “Islands” of Capability Omniview – Medical Center and Department of Medicine financial analysis EPSI – Cost accounting for Medical Center activities APeX Clarity Reports – Operational reports from UCSF’s integrated EHR Data Warehouse and BI for Academic and Administrative Systems – Supports campus, schools and administrative systems including HR, financial, facilities and more. IDR – De-identified view of APeX and AxiUm (dental) data sets for researchers. Identified data is available by request with CHR approval. UC-ReX – Provides cohort counts across the five-UC-Medical Campuses. Facilitates cooperation among researchers at different campuses. Many others… 4

5 Current “Islands” of Data 5 APeX Patient Registries (UCSF, CJRR and others) Hospital acquired illness/ condition Surgical Site infections Manual Chart Review Ortho- Database Quality Improvement Hospital Admin. NSQIP Research Implant rejections Patient Self- Reported information SCIP Optum Health Report CCS Joint Commissio n Reports Beacon Report ICN CPQCC OB – Perinatal Plus Patient Transport (CPeTS) ICN log book NICU Quality Improvement NICU Hospital Admin. Research, Quality, Hospital Admin. CPQCC/VO N Reports HRIF Data NICU Research Birth Trauma & Perinalta; Elective Delivery Data L&D Birth Calendar 5 Point-to- point Interfaces ICU Quality NQF- ICU Report NQF- ICU Specification Gene-Disease Relationships Genomic raw data Therapeutic Targets Predictive models of disease Preventive strategies Cost Data Predictive Risk for Medication Errors Medication Error Reports Preventive strategies Medication Safety Data

6 Concept of Future BI World Clincal- Data Marts Research Data Marts Financial Data Marts Financial Data Marts Marketing Data Marts ACO Data Mart Business Intelligence Tools Clinical data Student Data Patient Self- Reported information PeopleSoft - HR EPSI Financial Data Genomic Data Cost Data SQIP SCIP 6 … Other Data Marts Core EDW Example Data Types: Various Analyses and Reports: Other Sources … … NSQIP SCIP SQIP SCIP NSQIP SCIP SQIP SCIP NSQIP SCIP Business-unit Specific Reports Business-unit Specific Datasets Business-unit Specific Analyses Business-unit Specific Dashboards Enterprise Data Warehouse 6

7 …But We Must Build that Future Incrementally Implement priority business use cases first. Deliver immediate business value. Build and spread data governance structures as we go. Build more centralized data warehousing assets as we go. Develop the IT and departmental analytics skills required as we go. 7 Leverage the skills and analytical tools we have today to bring immediate value while creating long term BI assets such as the Enterprise Data Warehouse.

8 Immediate BI Areas of Work to Drive Create delivery capacity via internal and external resources sufficient to drive at least three concurrent analytical work products. Advance EDW capability by developing analytical work product from top priority use case(s). Create a UCSF data management and governance framework to instruct our decisions. Recruit an Executive Director of Networked Data Warehousing and Analytics Support. In the meanwhile, create a core team and start solving business problems while incrementally maturing our data culture and assets: Joe Bengfort to lead these efforts in the interim. Sandy Ng: BI Program Leader Doug Berman: Data Architecture and Warehousing Jeff Love: BI Technology and Development 8

9 Leveraging What We’ve Already Created: Intake, Prioritization and Development Process Intake UCSF Dashboard Intake Form UCSF Dashboard Changes Request Form Prioritization Complexity And Prioritization Worksheet Development Project Initiation through Deployment (Next Slides) 9

10 Leveraging What We’ve Already Created: Business Case Prioritization Tool High Low 10

11 Leveraging What We’ve Already Created: Skills, Tools, Expertise and Data Assets Omniview – Medical Center and Department of Medicine financial analysis EPSI – Cost accounting for Medical Center activities APeX Clarity Reports – Operational reports from UCSF’s integrated EHR Data Warehouse and BI for Academic and Administrative Systems – Supports campus, schools and administrative systems including HR, financial, facilities and more. IDR – De-identified view of APeX and AxiUm (dental) data sets for researchers. Identified data is available by request with CHR approval. UC-ReX – Provides cohort counts across the five-UC-Medical Campuses. Facilitates cooperation among researchers at different campuses. Many others… 11

12 Leveraging What We’ve Already Created: Decision Making / Governance Enterprise Data Warehouse Committee Sub-Committee of the IT Governance Steering Committee Chaired by Dr. Michael Blum Representation across Education Research Patient Care Administration / Financial Medical Center Business Intelligence Steering Committee Focused on prioritizing and funding analytical work. Microcosm of decision making we’ll need in other parts of the business. Primarily focused on continuous improvement of hospital operations. 12

13 Dashboard Development & Demo FlashDash – Live Aug 2013FlashDash DischDash (D/C before 12) – Live Nov 2013DischDash (D/C before 12) Quality (QualDash) - Tentative Go Live Dec The perfect is the enemy of the good

14 Analytic Activities, Guided by Data Mgmt Plan to Build the EDW Data Mart(s) 14 Business Unit Data integrated in back-end: Data Reqs Definitions Docs Meta-data Agile Development Process Reports Analyses Dashboards 14

15 Data Mart(s) 15 Agile Development Process Reports Analyses Dashboards Data Mart(s) Analytic Activities, Guided by Data Mgmt Plan to Build the EDW 15

16 Analytic Activities, Guided by Data Mgmt Plan to Build the EDW Medical Center & Medical Group Medical Center and Campus Finance Team Administration Researchers Schools and Other Control Points Data Mart(s) Core EDW 16

17 Questions? 17 Dashboard UCSF Medical Center Business Intelligence IDR/UC-ReX Academic Research Systems


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