PopHealth Management – HIMSS21 Special Edition
Building ACO Analytics: Identify Opportunities, Measurement and ROI
Tuesday, August 10 at 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm PST
Caesars, Forum 131
In this session, Summit Health’s Ashish D. Parikh, MD (Chief Quality Officer) and Jamie Ready, MD (Chief of Population Health) will explain how Summit Health decided to expand their analytics investment as they matured their value-based business, how they approached implementation with an eye to return on investment (ROI), and how they prioritized, executed, and measured specific data-driven initiatives using their analytics foundation to drive performance on VBC contracts.
Ask Dr. Don Rucker: How New APIs Will Change Population Health
Wednesday, August 11 at 3:45 PM – 4:05 PM PST
Sands, Hall D – Booth 6639 – Lightning Session
Discover how all healthcare organizations can benefit when patient data flows occur without additional excessive cost or technical barriers. Join former ONC National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Dr. Don Rucker, for a special Q&A-style discussion focused on how modern APIs have the potential to transform population health and how the implementation of the 21st Century Cures Act will serve as a stimulus for innovation and better, safer patient care.
Activating Your Healthcare Data Supply Chain
Thursday, August 12 at 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm PST
Venetian, Veronese 2501
Hear three respected health IT leaders explain how understanding the flow of data from a supply chain perspective can help maximize accuracy, fitness for use, trust and value: John Halamka, M.D., M.S. , President, Mayo Clinic Platform, Dave Dirks, MBA, Vice President of Strategy, Intermountain Healthcare, & Nick Stepro, Chief Product Officer, Arcadia.
Building Resilient Multi-Channel Care Delivery for VBC
Thursday, August 12 at 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM PST
Caesars, Forum 131
In this session, Andrew Sorenson (Chief Analytics Officer) and William Daines, MD Medical Director, Clinical Operations will explain how their data platform, care traffic control investments, and agile approach enabled their provider network to weather the storm and keep moving toward long-term success under advanced payment models. Castell will share lessons for building a resilient, flexible value-based organization that can handle both planned future growth and unanticipated needs.
Utilizing Outreach Techniques to Engage Families in Improving Vaccination Rates
Friday, August 13 at 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PST
Venetian, Delfino 4101
Mackenzie Bisset, MSPH, MS, MBA, Senior Director, Clinically Integrated Network at Lurie Children’s Pediatric Partners, will talk about engaging families to improve vaccination rates.
Stop by these Exhibitors
Arcadia is dedicated to making a difference with healthcare data. They transform data from disparate sources into targeted insights, putting them in the decision-making workflow to improve lives and outcomes. In doing so, they have created the data supply chain for enterprise-wide, evidence-based healthcare management.
Vivify Health’s mobile, cloud-based platform powers holistic remote care management through personalized care plans, biometric data monitoring, multi-channel patient education and functionality configured to each patient’s unique needs. Vivify Health serves the nation’s largest and most progressive health systems, healthcare organizations and employers—empowering clinicians to proactively manage the of remote care with a single-platform solution for all device and digital health data.
Lightbeam Health Solutions delivers a revolutionary model for managing patient populations and associated risk. Stop by to hear Shelley Davis, MSN, RNC, CCM, Clinical Engagement Manager, discuss how to avoid common care management pitfalls.
Health Catalyst is a leading provider of data and analytics technology and services to healthcare organizations, and is committed to being the catalyst for massive, measurable, data-informed healthcare improvement. Its customers leverage the cloud-based data platform—powered by data from more than 100 million patient records and encompassing trillions of facts—as well as its analytics software and professional services expertise to make data-informed decisions and realize measurable clinical, financial and operational improvements. Health Catalyst envisions a future in which all healthcare decisions are data informed. Learn more at www.healthcatalyst.com.
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Articles to Read
Moving Toward Health Equity with Innovation and Collaboration – There are so many stakeholders involved when it comes to bridging health equality gaps, from policymakers driving social change to clinicians finding workable solutions for their patients. A collaborative effort with a mindset toward equality in healthcare innovation will help make sure no one is left behind.
Vaccine Equity: The Quest to Leave No One Behind – It is evident that this pandemic has tested us more than ever, and we should continue to find ways to fight and leave no one behind. Now, even as we have several vaccines developed and being used, there’s still much more to take into consideration to reach vaccine equity. An effective vaccine is our best hope for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic, but to defeat it, we need prompt and equitable distribution. We can only succeed if we face the challenge together.
PopHealth Week Interviews with HIMSS Though Leaders
Hosts Gregg Masters and Fred Goldstein meet Valerie Rogers MPH, the Director, Government Relations for HIMSS. Valerie discusses public health, connectivity, and the role of health IT to upgrade and integrate the public health system more effectively through secure data access and sharing.
On this episode Masters and Goldstein welcome Denise Hines, former Chief Americas Officer for HIMSS as well as a member of the board. Denise holds a Doctorate in Health Administration and is a certified, Project Management Professional and HIMSS Fellow. Denise discusses a range of topics from connectivity to maternal and child health, to the social determinates of health driving health disparities and inequities in the U.S. which CDC defines as wholly preventable.