Big Data Webinar
Recorded December 3, 2014
Big data is making its debut in healthcare. As the country moves through reform, reimbursement designs and public transparency will directly link providers to treatment benchmarks, outcomes and patient satisfaction scores. Addressing the movement from a transaction-based system to performance-based delivery at a time when the industry faces barrage of changing healthcare policy, this session offers just-in-time analysis of critical quality interventions at play in various federal programs. Adele Allison will outline how measures are derived and draw a connection to future reimbursement models. Join Adele as she explores the use of health IT to measure quality outcomes, apply performance-based learning and produce data that can lead to tactical decision-making. Understand how measures are being leveraged to inform the public on clinical quality performance through Internet provider sourcing sites, including the CMS Hospital and Physician Compare tools. Learn about where the industry is in leveraging clinical data to impact quality and costs of health care.
By the end of the presentation, attendees will:
- Differentiate approaches in developing evidence-based clinical interventions by third parties to measure performance
- Form an understanding of how health data will be used to gauge provider quality outcomes for reimbursement and public perception
- Identify how to use health IT and data to measure the impact of interventions and demonstrate quality performance
As the national Director of Strategic Provider Affairs, Adele Allison monitors healthcare reform for DST’s health solutions division, a leading provider of health IT solutions for payers, providers and pharmacies that improve the administration of healthcare and clinical, financial and patient health outcomes.
Having served as the co-chair of the ONC Beacon-EHR Vendor Affinity Group, Allison has more than 25 years of healthcare experience and has been the guest speaker at dozens of national events, sharing her expertise on healthcare reform, population management, big data analytics, PCMH, Meaningful Use, ACOs, ICD-10, healthcare related legislation and other topics.
A published author, Allison is a member of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) advisory board on curriculum development and previously served on UAB’s HITECH Committee for HIT curriculum development.
AAHIM/AHIMA Member: $40.00
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