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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
ANALYTICS + CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS METHODOLOGY DRIVES IMPROVEMENTS IN POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT
Learn from the analytics group at Stanford Hospital & Clinics as they share the components that have proven critical to their success leading a data-driven approach to improving population health management. Core to their strategy is an analytics platform that pulls data from multiple sources to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and enhance the patient experience by implementing interventions based on a team based care approach. Fundamental to their strategy, Stanford gathered information to allow their permanent, integrated teams to make assessments based on a patient's risk relative to a population of patients under the group's care. Additionally the information is used to identify gaps in the patient's health such as missed routine preventative care or patient admission to emergency care. This information helps patients more effectively self-manage their care, improves patient satisfaction and reduces per capita costs. The analytics platform gathers disparate data to make it more meaningful for providers in making care decisions. Come learn how you can turn your data into meaningful information that has the potential of transforming population health management.