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Dr. Devi Shetty - The Power of Touch
Dr. Devy Shetty of Narayana Health tells the story of a patient who changed his life: Mother Teresa.
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Dr. Devi Shetty - Reducing the Cost of Healthcare
Narayana Health is leading the charge to reduce the cost of healthcare in India and explains why it’s a worldwide industry imperative.
Views: 19011 Health Catalyst
Professor Michael Porter - Value-Based Care
Harvard University's Michael Porter believes outcomes are the true measure of quality and why success in value-based healthcare is defined as improving outcomes without escalating costs.
Views: 2847 Health Catalyst
Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics Animation
Health Catalyst® is on a mission to help health systems save lives by making machine learning routine, actionable, and pervasive through catalyst.ai™ (machine learning models built into every Health Catalyst application), healthcare.ai™ (free, open source machine learning software), and its healthcare analytics platform (the foundation of machine learning) Visit https://www.healthcatalyst.com/catalyst.ai and https://healthcare.ai to get started.
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Health Catalyst® Care Management Animation
Just five percent of patients consume close to 50 percent of an average health system’s utilization and costs of care. This means effective population health management programs must have a strong care management focus. Until now, care management teams were forced to use a patchwork of products and fill the gaps with manual work. Teams were spread thin and challenged with an ever-increasing number of patients. At Health Catalyst®, we believe care teams deserve a dynamic end-to-end solution that helps drive the work on improving care while lowering costs—a solution that delivers the right care to the right patient at the right time. Introducing the Care Management Software Suite™, developed in partnership with industry leaders. The suite focuses on the five core competencies of care management: 1. Data Integration, 2. Patient Stratification and Intake, 3. Care Coordination, 4. Patient Engagement, and 5. Performance Measurement. Watch this video for a look at how it all works together and what it means for efficient population health.
Views: 2648 Health Catalyst
AI in Healthcare: Real-World Machine Learning Use Cases
Levi Thatcher, PhD, VP of Data Science at Health Catalyst will share practical AI use cases and distill the lessons into a framework you can use when evaluating AI healthcare projects. Specifically, Levi will answer these questions: What are great healthcare business cases for AI/ML? What kind of data do you need? What tools / talent do you need? How do you integrate AI/ML into the daily workflow?
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Full Documentary - The Story of New Ulm  A Population Health Transformation HD
Located in Southwest Minnesota is a rural community of 30,000 people served by the New Ulm Medical Center. It is in that location that some of the Nation's biggest lessons are being learned in the delivery of proactive healthcare to serve a population of needs. On a 10-year journey, this community is on a mission to eliminate heart disease. Eight years in, they have seen enviable results across all major clinical and financial indicators. CREDITS Directed by: Ethan Vincent & Nathaniel Hansen Executive Producer: Paul Horstmeier Produced by: Chris Keller, Nathaniel Hansen, Ethan Vincent Associate Producer: Kathleen Hietala Cinematography by: Ethan Vincent & Nathaniel Hansen Assistant Editor: Parker Kelly Sound Design and Audio Mix: Dan Carlisle Music by: Founder Featuring: Ben Bache-Wiig, Jeff Bertrang, Crystal Fleck, Kristine Fortman, Toby Freier, Dan Holmberg, John Holmquist, Bill Katsiyiannis, Michael Miedema, David Nash, Tom Schmitz, Audra Sheneman, Virginia Suker-Molden, Penny Wheeler Special Thanks: The City of New Ulm
Views: 8254 Health Catalyst
Deploying Predictive Analytics in Healthcare
This webinar will focus on the technical and practical aspects of creating and deploying predictive analytics. We have seen an emerging need for predictive analytics across clinical, operational, and financial domains. One pitfall we’ve seen with predictive analytics is that while many people with access to free tools can develop predictive models, many organizations fail to provide a sufficient infrastructure in which the models are deployed in a consistent, reliable way and truly embedded into the analytics environment. We will survey techniques that are used to get better predictions at scale. This webinar won’t be an intense mathematical treatment of the latest predictive algorithms, but will rather be a guide for organizations that want to embed predictive analytics into their technical and operational workflows. Topics will include: Reducing the time it takes to develop a model Automating model training and retraining Feature engineering Deploying the model in the analytics environment Deploying the model in the clinical environment
Views: 8388 Health Catalyst
HAS 2017 - Session 20 - The Cost Of Healthcare: A Revisionist History
Robert A. DeMichiei Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center “The Cost of Healthcare – A Revisionist History” The healthcare industry has long relied on volume, revenue, and commercial payers to sustain operations and fund our community and academic missions. With a rapidly changing landscape, reducing cost and delivering value to patients and payers is critical to survival. In this session, Rob DeMichiei, executive vice president and chief financial officer, UPMC, will challenge traditional thinking around cost, clinical variation, and how we measure efficiency. Without a reliable way to measure your costs and productivity at a patient and physician level, how can you ever expect to identify opportunities for improvement? Rob will provide an introduction to activity-based costing, how it works, and how it is used by UPMC to drive cost productivity, identify clinical variation, measure service line performance, and link cost and quality.
Views: 1848 Health Catalyst
Trailer   The Story of New Ulm  A Population Health Transformation HD
Located in Southwest Minnesota is a rural community of 30,000 people served by the New Ulm Medical Center. It is in that location that some of the Nation's biggest lessons are being learned in the delivery of proactive healthcare to serve a population of needs. On a 10-year journey, this community is on a mission to eliminate heart disease. Eight years in, they have seen enviable results across all major clinical and financial indicators. CREDITS Directed by: Ethan Vincent & Nathaniel Hansen Executive Producer: Paul Horstmeier Produced by: Chris Keller, Nathaniel Hansen, Ethan Vincent Associate Producer: Kathleen Hietala Cinematography by: Ethan Vincent & Nathaniel Hansen Assistant Editor: Parker Kelly Sound Design and Audio Mix: Dan Carlisle Music by: Founder Featuring: Ben Bache-Wiig, Jeff Bertrang, Crystal Fleck, Kristine Fortman, Toby Freier, Dan Holmberg, John Holmquist, Bill Katsiyiannis, Michael Miedema, David Nash, Tom Schmitz, Audra Sheneman, Virginia Suker-Molden, Penny Wheeler Special Thanks: The City of New Ulm
Views: 1037 Health Catalyst
Measured Outcomes  A Future View of Value Based Healthcare HD
Today’s healthcare delivery model is broken. Practitioners who entered medicine expecting to spend their days working to eliminate human suffering instead find themselves spending a disproportionate amount of time working through the bureaucratic issues of care delivery. Costs continue to increase, quality remains unstable, and health systems desperately seek solutions to overhaul healthcare. A value-based care delivery model, already successfully used by several healthcare organizations, promises to be part of the solution. It’s a transformational approach, requiring difficult short-term decisions in favor of long-term sustainability. And central to this approach is the measurement of patient-reported outcomes, in addition to the traditional process and clinical metrics. The value-based model incorporates what matters most to patients. In this documentary, a co-author of Redefining Health Care and Harvard strategy professor, Michael E. Porter, PhD, shares the culmination of more than 20 years of work documenting what happens when organizations use the value-based care model. He makes the case that the healthcare industry should concentrate on quality as measured by patients, even suggesting that organizations who cannot deliver high-quality care in certain areas should redirect their resources toward care delivery where they can be the best in the world. Additionally, Marini-Klinik (a world leader in volume and quality of prostatectomies) shares how a surgeon in the group improved care quality using these patient-reported outcomes. Sahlgrenska University Hospital (Gothenburg, Sweden) and Boston Children’s Hospital add to the success stories that the value-based model is bringing to healthcare. The documentary also includes insightful commentary from Stefan Larsson, MD, PhD, Senior Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group and Christina Akerman, CEO of the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement. CREDITS: A Film By: Nathaniel Hansen & Ethan Vincent Executive Producer: Paul Horstmeier, Health Catalyst Produced by: Chris Keller & Caleb Stowell, Nathaniel Hansen Cinematography by: Ethan Vincent & Nathaniel Hansen Sound Design and Audio Mix: Alexander Wieser Music by: Various artists Featuring: Prof. Markus Graefen, Prof. Hartwig Huland, Dr. Detlef Loppow, Prof. Michael Porter, Dr. Christian Ackerman, Dr. Caleb Stowell, Dr. Stefan Larsson, Dr. John Meara, Dr. Barbro Friden, Dr. Ali Khatami, Joakim Kendall, Dr. Maziar Mohaddes Total Running Time: 22:00 Format: NTSC 1080p 23.98 Stereo Premiered at Health Analytics Summit 2015 in Salt Lake City, 09/09/15
Views: 1850 Health Catalyst
Dr. David Nash - Key to Wellness in Our Society (Population Health)
Dr. David Nash of Thomas Jefferson University explains why, when it comes to population health, social determinants of health (e.g., poverty and education) are the key to wellness in our society.
Views: 570 Health Catalyst
HAS 2017 - Session 39 - A Coalition of the Willing
With just 5% of patients in the United States accounting for approximately 50% of the total cost of care, health care organizations are struggling to blunt the trend. Many are waiting and watching to see what healthcare reform brings. Others began their efforts a decade ago and continue to boldly innovate with new population health models of care funded by risk-based contracts. While many of the early innovators are struggling to deliver a positive return, others are finding success as they pivot their models, giving more attention to data-driven care management strategies that more predictably suggest the right level of care to the right patients at the right time. And still others are willing to redefine ‘whole person’ care as they look beyond the traditional walls of healthcare. A Coalition of the Willing explores the successes and struggles among care teams from the Camden Coalition, Partners Healthcare, Health Quality Partners, and others, as they discover new methods to make healthcare sustainable while serving the most complex patients in their communities. In important ways, each of these organizations have discovered positive healthcare outcomes with their most complex patients by addressing solutions to housing, employment, behavioral health and social challenges in addition to their traditional healthcare needs. Critics argue the fixes are short term at best, or the result of skewed reporting, while others fear economic catastrophe still awaits these early innovators after their years of effort to prove these new models successful. Can redefining success per-patient, improving targeted interventions, and actively using care management teams actually have a long-term impact? Presented by Health Catalyst Written and Directed by: Nathaniel Hansen and Ethan Vincent Executive Producer: Paul Horstmeier Produced by: Chris Keller, Nathaniel Hansen, Ethan Vincent Associate Producer: Hannah Mogul-Adlin Edited By: Ethan Vincent, Nathaniel Hansen Assistant Editor: Heather Cassano Audio Mix: Dan Carlisle Narration: Chris Kendrick Music by: Foundermusic.com, themusicbed.com Featuring: Don Berwick Jeffrey Brenner Ken Coburn Timothy Ferris Dan Gorenstein Allison Hamblin Ann Hwang Victor Murray William Nice Miguel Rodriguez Natassia Rozario Victoria Sale Corey Waller Eric Weil Special Thanks: Kelly Craig Meylin Davila Mark Humowiecki Teaka Isaac Teray Johnson Berly Laycox Kedar Mate Therese McCoy Renee Murray Ramona Olivares Marcus Pollard Brian Thompson Aaron Truchil Marisol Velasquez © 2017 Health Catalyst
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Dr. Hartwig Huland - Outcomes Measurement Benefit Patients
Dr. Huland of the Martini Klinik explains the importance of data collection and outcomes measurement and why, at the end of the day, it's all about the patient.
Views: 612 Health Catalyst
Hands-on healthcare.ai Webinar
Levi Thatcher, Health Catalyst Director of Data Science and his team provide a live demonstration using healthcare.ai to implement a healthcare-specific machine learning model from data source to patient impact. Levi goes through a hands-on coding example while sharing his insights on the value of predictive analytics, the best path towards implementation, and avoiding common pitfalls. Frequently asked questions are answered during the session. During the webinar, we will: Describe and install healthcare.ai Build and evaluate a machine learning model Deploy interpretable predictions to SQL Server Discuss the process of deploying into a live analytics environment. If you’d like to follow along, you should download and install R and RStudio prior to the event. We look forward to you joining us!
Views: 1986 Health Catalyst
What is the Future of Machine Learning in Healthcare?
It’s been over six years since IBM’s Watson amazed all of us on Jeopardy, but it has yet to deliver similar breakthroughs in healthcare. The headlines in last week’s Forbes article read, “MD Anderson Benches IBM Watson In Setback For Artificial Intelligence In Medicine.” Is it really a setback for the entire industry or not? Health Catalyst’s EVP for Product Development, Dale Sanders, believes that the challenges are unique to IBM’s machine learning strategy in healthcare. If they adjust that strategy and better manage expectations about what’s possible for machine learning in medicine, the future will be brighter for Watson, their clients, and AI in healthcare, in general. Watson’s success is good for all of us, but it’s failure is bad for all of us, too. Join Dale as he discusses: The good news: Machine learning technology is accelerating at a rate beyond Moore’s Law. Dale believes that machine learning algorithms and models are doubling in capability every six months. The bad news: The healthcare data ecosystem is not nearly as rich as many would believe, and certainly not as rich as that used to train Watson for Jeopardy. Without high-volume, high-quality data, Watson’s potential and the constant advances in machine learning algorithms will hit a glass ceiling in healthcare. The best news: By adjusting strategy and expectations, there are still plenty of opportunities to do great things with machine learning by using the current data content in healthcare, while we build out the volume and breadth of data we need to truly understand the patient at the center of the healthcare picture… and you don’t need an army of PhD data scientists to do it.
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Population Health Analytics: Improving Care One Patient at a Time
Population Health Analytics is about more than just identifying a group of patients. It involves helping physicians care for their patients as individuals, improving their own practice through evidence-based best practices, and enacting cultural change that results in better outcomes for entire populations. Population Health Analytics—with the capability to look at one patient at a time and one physician at a time—will enable providers and organizations to answer three important questions: 1) What best practices should I be doing with this population? 2) How well am I following these best practices with this population? And 3) How can I change to create better outcomes for this population? In addition to addressing these population health questions, please join Tom Burton, Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Product Development, Health Catalyst, as he discusses Population Health Analytics and presents the Three Systems Model of Care Delivery. Tom will share Health Catalyst’s experiences and learning’s and why each system is essential to create long-term change and transform healthcare. Attendees of the webinar will: Learn about the Three Systems Model of Care Delivery required for effective Population Health Analytics. Understand the issues that must be addressed at each stage in order to optimize care delivery. Discover the role analytics play in enabling physicians to deliver better care to their patients leading to improved outcomes for an entire population of the patients. In the future, healthcare executives with a solid Population Health Analytics system will be better prepared to deliver better outcomes and more efficient care. Both will be key for succeeding with payment models based on risk, value, and performance.
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Leading Wisely (Product Demo)
Leading Wisely is a new generation executive decision support system with personalized watch-lists, configurable visualizations and customizable alerts and notifications; giving you the data and foresight to deal with every-day and unexpected challenges.
Views: 591 Health Catalyst
Kathleen Carberry - Standardizing Care to Improve Outcomes
Texas Children's Hospital explains why tenacity is the key to success when it comes to standardizing care and improving outcomes.
Views: 228 Health Catalyst
TCH Transformational Mindset (16 minutes)
In 2016, Texas Childrens leadership team discussed their leadership approach to create a transformational mindset across all areas of its care delivery.
Views: 119 Health Catalyst
ACO MSSP Measures
ACO MSSP Measures tool supports accountable care organizations (ACO’s) participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). This tool supports monitoring and managing actual performance against CMS required measures for ACO’s throughout the year. The ability to measure performance and drill into each measure anytime, not only after a required reporting period, provides the ability to identify inefficiencies and opportunities for improvement in a timelier manner.
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Health Care Outlook for 2019
During the 2018 mid-term elections, candidates faced off making big claims that they would be the ones to fix healthcare. Now that they are back to work, what can we anticipate with a new Congress? Will we finally see improvements or gridlock? Join Bobbi Brown, MBA and Stephen Grossbart, PhD as they tackle these questions along with a 2018 lookback of what went right and 2019 predictions of the most important trends that will impact our daily work. Beyond political maneuvering, in 2018 we saw material changes in the business of healthcare. The pace of mergers, acquisitions and partnerships was strong and deals like the pending acquisition of Aetna by CVS, could dramatically impact patient behavior and revenue streams. In addition, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) continues to support existing programs while adding new measures to support transparency, interoperability and a continued shift to value-based payments. What does this mean for your organization in 2019? View this webinar to learn more across these areas: - The business of healthcare including new market entrants, business models and shifting strategies to stay competitive. - Continuous quality and cost control monitoring across populations. - CMS proposals to push ACOs into two-sided risk models. - Historic changes to Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). - Fewer process measures but more quality outcomes scrutiny for providers. - Increased consumer demand for more transparency. There are many challenges and opportunities for all of us in healthcare. Join Bobbi and Stephen as they draw upon their decades of experience to make sense of the past year and look ahead to give you guidance for the new year. This is the fourth year running that Bobbi has presented her predictions at the turn of the new year and past attendees will remember that her knack for predicting is uncanny and her stories are unforgettable. This time was no different.
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Getting Started with Healthcare.ai
The healthcare.ai packages are designed to streamline healthcare machine learning. They do this by including functionality specific to healthcare, as well as simplifying the workflow of creating and deploying models. We believe that machine learning is too helpful and important to be handled solely by full-time data scientists. These packages are a humble attempt at machine learning democratization in a realm that needs it most—healthcare.
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Part 1 — 20 Years in Healthcare Analytics & Data Warehousing: What Did We Learn? What’s the Future?
Table of Contents: People - Dale Sanders 02:21 People - Lee Pierce 18:18 People - Shakeeb Akhter 29:52 Processes - Dale Sanders 40:48 Processes - Lee Pierce 48:09 Processes - Shakeeb Akhter 55:34 Q&A 1:08:30 If you'd like to see Part 2 of this webinar, focused on lessons learned in technology, you can view that here: https://www.healthcatalyst.com/webinar/part-2-20-years-in-healthcare-analytics-data-warehousing-what-did-we-learn-whats-the-future/ The enterprise data warehouse (EDW) at Intermountain Healthcare went live in 1998. The EDW at Northwestern Medicine went live in 2006. Dale Sanders (President of Technology, Health Catalyst) was the chief architect and strategist for both. The business inspiration behind Health Catalyst was, in essence, to create the commercial availability of the technology, analytics, and data utilization skills associated with these systems at Intermountain and Northwestern. Lee Pierce (Healthcare Chief Data Officer, Sirius) assumed leadership of the Intermountain EDW in 2008. Andrew Winter assumed leadership of the Northwestern EDW in 2009, and transitioned leadership of the EDW to Shakeeb Akhter (Director, Enterprise Data Warehouse, Northwestern Medicine) in 2016. This webinar is a fireside chat among friends and colleagues as they look back across their healthcare IT decisions to answer these questions: • What did we do right and what did we do wrong? • What advice do we have for others in this emerging era of Big Data? • What does the future of analytics and Big Data look like in healthcare? Join Dale, Lee, and Shakeeb for what is an insightful and spirited conversation. You'll leave better understanding the following: • Why data modeling has been overrated and how it is changing • The arrival of hybrid architecture data lakes. • The potential to process text, images, and discrete data together. • Whether the EHR vendors can deliver against future needs. • How to optimally use data governance.
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How Cleveland Clinic Uses Data To Transform The Patient Experience
JAMES MERLINO, MD Chief Experience Officer, Cleveland Clinic
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Clinical Integration: A Value-Based Model for Better Care
For many who work on the front lines of delivery system reform, clinical integration is not just a generic phrase to describe health care professionals working more closely together. It describes the enormous day-to-day efforts that allow hospitals and physicians to collaborate on improving quality and efficiency, while keeping the focus on clinical care and the patient. Join Holly Rimmasch, Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Health Catalyst, as she shares this framework and model for greater value care delivery. Holly will discuss: The key functions of a clinically integrated system The key roles and processes critical to sustained improvement methodology The importance of the organizational structure in supporting systemic improvement We look forward to you joining us.
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Health Catalyst Overview
Health Catalyst executive leadership shares how the company was formed and focused on helping health systems to improve care and reduce cost by using data warehousing and clinical improvement methodologies. Visit our website at www.healthcatalyst.com
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What is the Best Healthcare Data Warehouse Model for Your Organization?
Choosing the right data model for your healthcare enterprise data warehouse (EDW) is one of the most significant decisions made in establishing a data warehousing and foundational analytics strategy for the future. The right data model can significantly speed up your analytics time-to-value and adaptability, or significantly burden your project with disastrous consequences in agility and project delays. In the healthcare industry where the data environment is much more complicated than a sales receipt and the analytic uses cases are constantly changing, the Kimball and Inmon approaches can be challenging in their impact on agility and initial time-to-value. This is why a new Late-Binding™ approach to data warehousing is quickly becoming discussed and viewed as an alternative approach to solving healthcare’s unique data challenges. Join Steve Barlow as he addresses the strengths and weaknesses of each of the following three primary Data Model approaches for data warehousing in healthcare: Enterprise Data Model Independent Data Marts Late-binding Solutions
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Health Catalyst® Data Operating System (DOS™) Animation
Healthcare data is notoriously difficult to access, and, more often than not, the data is inaccurate. The Health Catalyst® Data Operating System (DOS™) is a next-generation data warehouse and application development platform that provides access to complete, actionable healthcare data. DOS was designed to express the knowledge of all healthcare data to enable truly informed decisions by patients and clinicians.
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Dr. Toby Freier - Achieving Population Health with the Triple AIM
The Heart of New Ulm - a national model for population health dedicated to minimizing heart attacks in the New Ulm community - proves the triple aim of healthcare is achievable.
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Bundle Payments
Bundled Payments analytics tool evaluates cost and variation associated with care delivery for patients, and is intended to prioritize areas of focus and provide a baseline for exploratory analysis. The application is modeled on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Bundled Payment for Care Improvement (BPCI) Initiative.
Views: 1354 Health Catalyst
The Why And How Of Machine Learning And AI: An Implementation Guide For Healthcare Leaders
Join Kenneth Kleinberg, Health IT Strategist, and Eric Just, Senior Vice President, Health Catalyst, as they discuss the What, Why, and How of Machine Learning and AI for healthcare leaders. Attendees will learn: Practical steps, timeframes and skills as well as real-time data and moving targets associated with the Implementation of ML and AI How to deal with challenges inherent in ML and AI implementation What the future holds for ML and AI
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Bundled Payment Changes: Learn What's New and How to Succeed
Table of Contents: Summary of Bundled Payment Programs 1:43 What is Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Advanced? 12:04 Data Sources and Organizational Diligence 34:57 Operationalizing Bundle Success 51:57 Learn how to use bundled payments to enhance your organization’s overall network and population health management value. In January, CMS announced the Bundled Payment for Care Improvement Advanced “BPCI Advanced” program, initiating renewed interest in a total cost of care payment model for specific episodes of care. Regardless of your organization’s current decision to participate, it’s important to understand how bundled payment programs have the ability to significantly decrease your internal costs, broaden your revenue opportunities, and improve patient outcomes across specific populations. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s newest iteration of bundled payments provides another tightly-defined program that allows organizations to scale Population Health Management. Best practice suggests that tactical interventions to assess clinical variation, implement strategic care redesign programs, and to adjust care management-facilitated patient stratification models are important to be successful with bundled payments – so knowing how to implement them is crucial. One organization’s savings is another’s income and without making overhead allocation changes, bundled payments may reduce revenue that has been critically important to maintain hospital profitability. View this webinar to learn: • What i­s new with bundled payments • The ramifications bundles can have across organizations • Leveraging data and strategic analysis to identify opportunities for bundled payment success • Operationalizing successful care program tactics to be successful in bundled payment contracts Leading out in this webinar, Jonas Varnum, MHSA, is a Health Catalyst population health management consultant with demonstrated expertise delivering payment model transformation and helping providers and payers to strategically adjust their operations based on new bundled payment contracting practices.
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Care Management - Critical Component Of Effective Population Health
In this first webinar, of a two-part series, Dr. Kathleen Clary will share how analytics can be used to answer these questions to ensure delivery of a well-organized and effective care management program. Dr. Clary will discuss how analytics can enable: Data integration from multiple EMRs and data sources Patient stratification and intake Care coordination Patient engagement Performance measurement We look forward to you joining us!
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A Health Catalyst Overview: An Introduction to Healthcare Data Warehousing and Analytics (Webinar)
Please join us as two of Health Catalyst’s best, Vice President Jared Crapo and Senior Solutions Consultant Sriraman Rajamani, cover important basics including who Health Catalyst is, what we provide and how we deliver our products. Jared and Sri provide an easy-to-understand discussion regarding the key analytic principles of adaptive data architecture. Some specific items they cover are: The industry challenges that warranted the creation of Health Catalyst. The use of Health Catalyst’s data analysis tools and applications that enable organizations to quickly uncover care improvement and cost reduction opportunities. Implementation best practices that Health Catalyst organizes into Achievement Levels, including how they are delivered, installed, and typical implementation schedules. Attendees understand who in your organization needs to be involved and the secrets to success and pitfalls to avoid. The discussion includes the key analytic principles of an adaptive data architecture including data aggregation, normalization, security, and governance. Jared and Sri also address the basic requirements for implementation of the measurement platform of a data warehouse, such as team creation, roles, and reporting. Finally, they demonstrate several of the key tools necessary to move the analytics strategy forward including a improvement prioritization application, applications used to organize patient populations, others used to monitor and measure care results and still others that are specific to advanced areas of care.
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The Patient's Power in Improving Health and Care
Table of Contents Trevor's Story 6:31 Christian's Story 12:52 Norah's Story 21:10 Jarle's Story 27:27 Using Technology to Empower People 33:00 Importance of Curiosity 38:17 Q&A 47:11 Around the globe, we are facing a trifecta of healthcare challenges: financial constraints, an aging population, and an increased burden of chronic disease. We need to turn healthcare upside down, empowering our patients to take action for their health and helping physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals move from being sages to guides. Patients, even those with chronic diseases, only spend a few hours each year with a doctor or a nurse, while they spend thousands of hours making personal choices around eating, exercise, and other activities that impact their health. How can we get patients to be more engaged in their care, and help physicians, nurses, and healthcare providers transition from a paradigm of “what’s the matter” to “what matters to you”? Through her work at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Maureen Bisognano has worked diligently to support the IHI Triple Aim: improving the experience of patient care, improving the health of populations, and lowering costs. In this webinar she will present stories of patients and healthcare organizations that are partnering together with tools, processes, data, and systems of accountability to move from dis-ease to health-ease. Join us for this webinar and learn: • Lessons from the “flipped school” in the education system and how they can be successfully applied in healthcare to improve patient behavior. • How increased patient engagement can help to improve healthcare outcomes and deliver a better care experience while reducing costs. • Ways that technology can effectively improve data capture, patient accountability, and decision-making. • The impactful stories of four patients who became innovators in their own care. Maureen Bisognano is President Emerita and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. She previously served as IHI’s President and CEO after acting as Executive Vice President and COO for 15 years. She is a prominent authority on improving health care systems, whose expertise has been recognized by her elected membership to the Institute of Medicine, among other distinctions. Ms. Bisognano advises health care leaders around the world, is a frequent speaker at major health care conferences on quality improvement, and is a tireless advocate for change. She is also an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, a Research Associate in the Brigham and Women's Hospital Division of Social Medicine and Health Inequalities, and serves on the boards of the Commonwealth Fund, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Indiana University Health System, and NursingNow. Prior to joining IHI, she served as CEO of the Massachusetts Respiratory Hospital and Senior Vice President of The Juran Institute.
Views: 566 Health Catalyst
Value Based Reimbursement: The New Reality (Webinar)
Value-Based Purchasing in healthcare is here to stay. Though the industry has come to terms with this reality, there are still more updates and changes than most of us can keep up with. In a world of accountable care, quality measures, shared savings, and bundled payments, everyone seems to have more questions than answers. Bobbi Brown, Vice President, Financial Engagements outlines the latest announcements on Value-Based and how to prepare your organization for success in this new reality. Having previously worked in healthcare administration and finance for Kaiser, Sutter, and Intermountain, Bobbi is no stranger to translating complex legislative requirements for complex health systems. Bobbi discusses the various programs offered by CMS, in particular: What the programs are How these programs are measured What the current incentives are Results of the programs to date Organizational changes needed for the shift in programs This webinar will equip you with the background information you need to understand the full range of value-based purchasing, and it will provide you with actionable strategies to improve your level of clinical care measures.
Views: 1159 Health Catalyst
Care Coordination (Product Demo)
Care Coordination is a mobile, tablet based application, used at the point of care by care coordinators and team members to organize patient interventions including shared decision making for patient goals & activities, patient and team communications, as well as alerts and notifications for new admissions or decreasing patient engagement activity.
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Myra Davis - Understanding the Value of Data
The Texas Children's Hospital mission depends on having the ability to correlate data, aggregate data, and make decisions based on data. But it also understands the importance of partnerships, conversations, and collaboration on the journey to outcomes improvement.
Views: 151 Health Catalyst
PMPM Analyzer
The PMPM Analyzer application supports a holistic evaluation of the drivers of per member per month payment performance. This claims-based tool gives an in- and out-of-network view of payment trends, and gives users the ability to understand how an ACO’s procedures, providers, members, and specialty areas are contributing to overall PMPM payment performance.
Views: 1393 Health Catalyst
Dr. Penny Wheeler - Improvement Culture
Allina Health CEO, Penny Wheeler, discusses the ability of storytelling and team work to evoke massive, sustainable organizational change.
Views: 266 Health Catalyst
Dr. Charles Macias - Quality Improvement
Dr. Charles Macias of Texas Children's Hospital shares a story about an asthma patient that inspired his life-long commitment to quality improvement.
Views: 143 Health Catalyst

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