This brief, but relevant, HBR article presents at least three analytics, and learning, topics that health care organizations are discussing today. One topic is how health care organizations are collaborating with univerisites, and others, to share data in order to generate innovative applied, research that improves the four components of the quadruple aim. Collaboration can be challenging because of the confidentiality of clinical data, but there are case studies that demonstrate that it can be done - including this one.
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This recent HBR article suggests that the quality of patient care may improve, while costs may decrease given recent developments in applied learning analytics. A component of this improvement is the fact that technology is enabling the sharing of information between patient and provider. Also, this technology will be adaptive in that it will also enable the dynamic, real-time, discovery of patient trends through augmented analytics. Of course, "wearable technology" already offers similar benefits for other industries.
Dr's. Shaw, Clowes, and Burrus from the Center for Learning Analytics publish in the Journal of Online Distance Learning Administration.
A paper written by Scott Burrus, Ph.D., University Research Chair for the Center for Learning Analytics Research (CLAR) along with co-authors and CLAR fellows Meena Clowes, Ph.D., and Melanie Shaw, Ph.D., was selected to receive a Distance Learning Administration 2017 Best Paper Award.
The article is titled "Using Learning Analytics to Determine Predictors of Successful Completion for Online Students."
University of Phoenix Measuring Instructor Effectiveness in Higher Education
In collaboration with three researchers from the University of Michigan, University of Phoenix and The Center for Learning Analytics recently held a workshop at the Sperling Center to explore outcomes from the study “Measuring Instructor Effectiveness in Higher Education.”
On February 13th, 2017 Dr. Scott WM Burrus presented at Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education "Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment the 2017 Virtual Conference."
University Research Chair, Dr. Scott WM Burrus, and Research Fellows Dr. Greg Bradley, Dr. Meena Clowes, and Dr. Helen-Zaikina Montgomery, along with Research Affiliates Dr. Meryl Epstein and Dr.
The work will be presented at the 8th annual “Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment” virtual conference sponsored by Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE).
Dr. Burrus' research that explores predictors for online higher education student attrition was presented at the Online Learning Consortium's annual meeting in Orlando, Florida.