Meeting the challenges in Healthcare by applying Business Architecture principles
Nilesh Chandra, US Business & Enterprise Architecture Lead, PA Consulting Group, US
The healthcare industry is at a cross-roads and facing monumental changes brought on by an aging population, significant changes in regulation as well as rapid advances in technology that enable new care regimens and improved health for people. As healthcare organizations look to respond to emerging challenges and opportunities, Business Architecture can play a critical role. In this presentation, we discuss real world examples where we have applied Business and Enterprise Architecture principles to address challenges faced by large healthcare organizations in the US.
During this talk, we will discuss two use cases:
1. How a leading healthcare provider took a Business Architecture approach to develop their strategy for establishing an enterprise-wide Shared Analytics function and platform, in place of silo'd Analytics programs spread across the organization
2. How another leading healthcare provider is applying Business and Enterprise Architecture principles in designing and deploying innovative models of care at a National level
Key takeaways: Healthcare faces significant changes andchallenges in the future. We will share case studies and examples to show how applying a Business Architecture approach can help how leaders in Healthcare can meet these challenges.
Nilesh Chandra is PA's lead Business Architect who works with senior leaders in the areas of IT Strategy, Business Architecture and Process Transformation across Healthcare and other industry sectors. Nilesh is also on PA's Digitization of Healthcare team in the US. Nilesh holds a MBA from Cornell University, NY and has a certification in Business and Enterprise Architecture from Henley Business School.