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Participant, Analytics Strategy Visioning Session

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Open to Interior Region, Patient partners across the Interior Region

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Analytics and technology in health care is evolving faster than ever. Share your thoughts in a full-day session as Interior Health work to identify how to improve our current analytics capacity and strategically prepare for the future.

Open to: Patient partners across the Interior Region

Lead Organization or Department

Interior Health Authority, Strategic Information


This full-day session will create a shared understanding of Interior Health’s current position and potential future in analytics. Participants will help Interior Health identify areas of focus for the next one to five years, and identify next steps for developing an analytics strategy for Interior Health. Patient partners are invited as full participants in learning the current state and planning for the future of an analytics strategy for Interior Health.

Level of Engagement

This opportunity is at the level of involve on the spectrum of engagement. The promise to you is that the health care partner will involve patients in planning and design phases to ensure ideas or concerns are considered and reflected in alternatives and recommendations.


  • Some familiarity with technology
  • Experience with health devices such as smart watches, step counters, heart rate monitors, etc. would be an asset


Number of vacancies: 2 Location, Date, Time and Frequency: One-day in-person session, on November 22, 2018, from 900 - 1500 at the Interior Health Authority office: 505 Doyle Ave, Kelowna BC.


Pre-approved transportation costs, hotel accommodations, and meals.


Interior Health (IH) has been discussing information and processes to move towards development of an Analytics Strategy. Work over the past several months has included an initial review of the current state of analytics in IH, as well as an information and exploratory session on the future of analytics. The strategy will lay out the requirements to move from gathering and reporting data to advanced analysis and use information to generate knowledge and inform decision-making by the Health Authority. The associated expertise participants bring to the day’s discussions will inform the development of an analytics strategy.

Health Care Partner Contact Information

Jacquelyne Foidart
Engagement Leader, Patient and Public Engagement | Thompson Cariboo

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