Presenters: Jerry Green Director, Quality Management LEAN thinking is increasingly important to healthcare due to the industry’s seemingly constant changes in technology, policy, payment, and best practices. Discover how LEAN process improvement can help reduce waste, lower costs, and improve quality of care. This presentation will highlight key tools and techniques, following the 5-step […]
Presenters: Anil Jain, MD, FACP Co-Founder, Senior VP Chief Medical Officer Explorys, an IBM Company
Primary care practices must be re-engineered to achieve the Triple Aim of improving the experience of care, improving population health, and reducing the cost of care.
Presenters: Karen Handmaker Vice President, Population Health Strategies Organizations are moving to value-based care and population health along different paths. Fortunately, a common roadmap to successful population health management for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and at-risk organizations is emerging. Now, more than ever, organizations need guidance and direction to navigate through the roadmap to […]
Presenters: Jacqueline Matthews, RN, MS Senior Director, Healthcare Transformation Many health systems are pursuing options to form clinically integrated networks (CINs) in order to move from volume to value to help lower the cost of care and improve quality. It’s critical that providers gain access to the patient’s longitudinal record at the point […]
Presenters: Charles Coleman, Ph.D. IBM Population Health Solutions Team Lead, Behavioral and Mental Health Karen Handmaker Vice President, Population Health Strategies Engaging people in their health and healthcare is a universal challenge—and even more so for people with behavioral health diagnoses. Now, with value-based incentives, new sources of data and expanded care teams, […]
Healthcare providers can address the barriers to treating hypertension through population health management solutions that automate care management processes – such as patient engagement, population reporting, care coordination, discharge follow-up and patient self-management.
According to a guide published by AHRQ, an extensive body of research shows that feedback reporting to physicians can lead to significant improvements in quality of care, especially if careful attention is paid to the way the feedback is designed and delivered.