Advances in Health Informatics Conference

Dan Gordon

Dan Gordon, PhD, MSc, MSc

Executive Consultant
IBM Global Healthcare Centre of Competence

Dan Gordon - Keynote Speaker - AHIC 2012 Keynote Presentation

Redefining Value and Success with Smarter Analytics

Dan Gordon, PhD, MSc, MSc, Executive Consultant, IBM Global Healthcare Centre of Competence and Aditya Pai, MSc, MSc, MBA, Senior Managing Consultant, Strategy and Transformation, Healthcare Practice, IBM Global Business Services, will speak on how large healthcare databases and the tools of Business Intelligence can assist us in the analysis and management of health care.

The co-presenters will talk about key healthcare trends, what is redefining value and success, and “big data” and smarter analytics.

They will provide examples of how “big data” will impact healthcare delivery such as analytics and its impact on point of care, how Dr. Watson changes things, and genomics and its impact on integrated diagnostics (predictive analytics).

The speakers will also discuss the key competencies that healthcare stakeholders will need to develop in the area of smarter analytics.


Dan Gordon is an Executive Consultant in the IBM GBS Global Healthcare Centre of Competence, a worldwide team of senior subject matter experts who assist global policy makers and healthcare delivery organizations improve outcomes, efficiency and effectiveness.

Based in Toronto, Dr. Gordon is a results driven business leader with senior management, business development and service delivery experience. Dan has extensive knowledge and expertise in the areas of Health Information Technology, eHealth adoption, Telehealth, Health Services planning and Business Intelligence. Dan has led numerous assignments for global clients and is an insightful team player and catalyst for effective business renewal.


Official Media Sponsors:

Healthcare Information Management and Communications Canada  Longwoods Publishing

Canadian Healthcare Technology  Canadian Healthcare Manager

Conference Hosts:

National Institutes of Health Informatics    York University

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