Value-Based Care

A patient-focused approach to strategic healthcare transformation

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In this webinar replay, Josh Berlin, managing partner at IBM Watson Health, moderates a discussion with members of his team about best practices in the following areas:
  • Developing a strategy to support enterprise population health
  • Selecting measures that set your organization up for success
  • Assessing your organization’s readiness for value-based transformation
  • Mapping out a data analytics strategy to support value-based initiatives

Josh Berlin
Managing Partner, Strategic Advisory Practice
IBM Watson Health

Benjamin Choi
Associate Partner, Strategic Advisory Practice
IBM Watson Health

Jacqueline Matthews, RN, MS
Associate Partner, Strategic Advisory Practice
IBM Watson Health

Patrick Wells
Associate Partner, Strategic Advisory Practice
IBM Watson Health

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