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ABOUT David Chou

David Chou is a healthcare industry leader in the digital space.  David is the CIO for Luye Medical Group (Cleveland Clinic Connected) while also serving as the VP, Principal Analyst of Silicon Valley based Constellation Research, Inc.  Chou has held executive roles with the Cleveland Clinic, Children's Mercy Hospital, University Of Mississippi Medical Center, AHMC Healthcare, Prime Healthcare, and is also advising many academic medical centers and healthcare start-ups.  

David is a dynamic keynote speaker and industry commentator working with clients to transform their business models using technology.  He has spoken around the world at healthcare tech-related conference including keynotes for leading industry events and intimate executive settings. Chou is also one of the most mentioned CIOs in the media and well quoted in outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Modern Healthcare, HIMSS Media, ZDNet, CIO.com, Huffington Post, and Becker's Healthcare.  David is an active member of both ACHE and HIMSS while serving on the board for CHIME. 

Qlik #Qonnections – CIO Point of View

May 17, 2019

 

Big Announcements

  • Qlik SaaS and Multi-cloud offering. 

  • Attunity acquisition and platform integration.

Healthcare CIO Point of View

  • When we think of Qlik, it is still a BI platform while the company’s strategy is to transform Qlik to be a data platform.

 

  • I like the Attunity acquisition because the challenge for every organization’s data transformation is the data integration effort. Hopefully, Attunity will deliver the results as promised.  The key challenge for healthcare providers is data mapping and integration with enterprise healthcare applications.  Will Attunity figure out this out quick and will the existing healthcare clients look to Qlik as an enterprise solution versus a visualization product?

 

  • Great announcement of supporting multi-cloud and SaaS offering.  Enterprise clients that are currently on-premise will have to rely on the expertise of Qlik resources or partners for the migration which CIO should explore deeper.  It is not an easy migration and I believe we are in the early stages of having a migration playbook.

 

  • Qlik product sponsorships typically starts at the departmental level for the majority of healthcare clients.  Qlik must work towards getting more executive sponsorship at the CIO level in order to align with the strategy of transitioning to a data platform.

 

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