Ready or not, as of January 1, 2017, the new MACRA/MIPS regulations have taken effect. While this first year is a transition year, its important providers are prepared for new reporting requirements in 2018, especially when it comes to readying data. Success with regulatory changes will include flexibility and a rich, complete data asset that will enable the preparation phase of MACRA (year one).
Today, more than one-third of health care organizations report that data complexity is their greatest challenge, which makes understanding your organization difficult, if not impossible.1 To overcome this challenge, organizations will need to invest in technology to help solve data gaps. These tools will enable organizations to identify and address gaps in care, transform data into actionable information and achieve population health goals.
Watch this webinar to learn how to help your organization be data ready for 2018 reporting requirements.
· Understand how to achieve performance bonuses
· Identify data gaps as a pre-requisite for identifying and addressing gaps in care
· Leverage your data assets to achieve population health management goals
Previous to joining Medicity as a project manager Data Services and Explore, Eric spent the last five years in healthcare analytics at Intermountain Healthcare. He has developed a strong repertoire of data mining, analysis, statistics and data presentation. While at Intermountain, he worked as a consultant for the Institute of Healthcare Delivery Research and directed the data collection and analysis for the Intermountain-led Hospital Engagement Network. He was involved projects including Intermountain’s Big Data and Advanced Analytics teams and chartered and led the ROI Steering Committee. He developed the strategy and led the development for one of the three “prongs” of Intermountain’s EDW 2.0 Shared Infrastructure Project. Eric has a background in human factors, quality improvement and training in statistical methods and modeling. He is a graduate of a Lean/Six-Sigma black belt course, Intermountain’s Advanced Training Program and has an MBA/MHA.
Previous to joining Medicity as a consultant, Adam spent over 10 years designing, building, implementing and managing population health programs that spanned commercial, Medicare and Medicaid lines of business. He is well‐versed in all phases of program development including: defining populations, customizing staffing models, configuring processes to maximize the value of technology, improving quality of care and achieving financial results. He led a successful implementation of a state-wide Florida Medicaid Care Management program resulting in the reduction of utilization metrics and improvement of quality measures that spanned conditions from CHF, CAD, COPD, asthma, diabetes and ESRD. Additionally, he led the development of a wellness program for commercial populations that included biometric screenings, customized online health risk assessment, telephonic coaching programs and reporting on outcomes. Adam is a RN, CCM, PMP, CCP, received SSBB certificate from Villanova and has a BSBA from Heidelberg University.