On-Demand Webinar

Smart Hospitals 2.0: Making Real-Time Location a Reality in Health Care

This webinar, part of our Analytics in 20 series, discusses how real-time streaming analytics and IoT data can help hospitals improve operational decisions and workflow efficiency.


If you missed the Part 1 overview, catch up now (no registration required) then register for the Part 2 demo.

About the webinar

During the COVID crisis, hospital operations were under the microscope.

Stakeholders clamored for information: What is the optimal capacity? Where are the shortages of critical equipment and supplies? How can we optimize staffing to meet anticipated demand? Where are the highest-traffic areas, and where are the operational bottlenecks?

As hospitals adjust to re-opening and managing the pandemic’s financial impact, having data-driven decisions about operations is more valuable than ever.

This webinar will cover how SAS’ real-time streaming analytics and Intelligent Locations’ robust, end-to-end, cloud-based IoT platform can help hospitals improve efficiencies in new ways – giving staff graphical, map-based information on availability of key resources on mobile devices.

In part one of this webinar, our speakers address health care operational challenges and discuss new real-world cases of hospitals incorporating analytics to solve long-standing inefficiencies.

In part two, our experts will demonstrate how data from connected devices in the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and analytical models can dramatically improve clinical efficiencies and patient satisfaction, while at the same time reducing costs.

Why attend?

  • Learn how rapid data management and real-time streaming analytics help health care organizations understand the current situation, assess the biggest risks and plan for what’s coming next.
  • Hear case studies on health systems using analytics to optimize critical resources like medical equipment, staff and PPE.
  • Take a deep dive into how data from connected devices assists with patient tracking and reallocating critical assets to where and when they are needed most.

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About the Experts


Alyssa Farrell, Advisory Industry Marketing Manager, SAS    

Farrell leads industry marketing for the SAS Global Health and Life Sciences Practice. She focuses on the SAS solutions that help optimize health outcomes for individuals and their communities. She is actively engaged in analyst relations, market research and influencer marketing to stay on top of industry trends and align SAS capabilities to customer needs. Previously at SAS, she has supported the energy and public sector global teams. Before joining SAS in 2004, Farrell was a senior consultant in the Deloitte Public Sector Practice.


Greg Horne, Principal Global Consultant for Health Care, SAS

Horne joined SAS in 2012 and has worked and become familiar with health care systems in the United Kingdom, Europe, North America and Australia, developing a passion for creating health systems built on quality and patient outcomes. In his role, Horne works with health care strategy in a way that focuses on outcomes, cost, quality and other challenges that any modern health system faces. Horne is a thought leader in the future of health care and the introduction of patient-focused technology.


Mark Wolff, Advisory Industry Consultant and Chief Health Analytics Strategist, Global IoT Division, SAS

Wolff has more than 25 years of experience in the health and life sciences industries as a scientist and analyst working in the US and Europe. He joined SAS in 2005 and is recognized as an accomplished practitioner and thought leader in the development and application of advanced and predictive analytics to complex problems in health and life sciences. His current work focuses on methods and application of machine learning to real-time sensor/IoT data in support of outcomes and safety research, visualization and development of intelligent decision support systems.


Bogdan Nedelcu, CEO, Intelligent Locations

Nedelcu is the founder of Intelligent Locations and the creator of INTRAX, a real-time platform that combines sophisticated tracking technology with the power of artificial intelligence to deliver actionable intelligence for health care professionals. For more than 20 years, Nedelcu has led product development and delivery, creating industry-first products and platforms in the mobile wireless space. Nedelcu is an innovator who holds seven US patents and has two additional patents pending.

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