Lunch & Learn: Next Gen Analytics & Application Development

October 28, 11:00am, CDT - 1:30pm, CDT

Mays Clinic, Room ACB1.12345
1220 Holcombe Blvd. 
Houston, TX 77030


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Join Houston HIMSS on Friday, October 28, 2016 as we bring in Walt Ellenberger from SAP. 

Learn about the next generation of real-time healthcare analytics and application development platforms. Walt will also engage on the sharing of in-production use cases for point of service and point of care analytics that incorporates best practices in agile analytics development and results, value, and outcomes being realized by healthcare organizations.

Do not miss this event where Walt illustrates how a group of healthcare customers are defining common business cases, validating portability of customer-specific data, implementing production use cases, and sharing results of the application of advanced analytics in their healthcare organizations.


About the Speaker:

Walt Ellenberger

Senior Director
Strategic Alliances Healthcare
SAP Healthcare and Regulated Industries

Walt Ellenberger has over thirty years of proven healthcare software experience, nineteen years of which serving in senior executive positions for startup and early stage healthcare information technology companies. He has healthcare domain expertise in payer and provider enterprise application and analytic system solutions, consulting services and hospital operations management. Walt's industry experience and leadership skills are the cornerstone for a management style that fosters trust, accountability and positive results.

Most recently, Walt was the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Healthation, a next generation benefit management systems solution company. Prior to Healthation, Walt held senior executive sales, business development and operation positions in noteworthy companies such as Initiate Systems-IBM, VIPS-General Dynamics and AMISYS-DST Health Solutions.

Walt completed his undergraduate bachelor’s degree at West Virginia University and his master’s degree in Health Services Administration at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.