Topics for this webinar include:
- How to integrate existing HIE data in the Health Catalyst analytics platform, DOS™ (Data Operating System)
- Gaining insights from HIE data that can drive outcome improvements
- Existing applications and tools available that can leverage HIE data
The healthcare industry is moving the needle forward on interoperability and population health management. Our Pulse on the Industry: Interoperability and Population Health Management webinar examines the results of eHealth Initiative’s interview-based research project on the topic.
In today’s changing landscape, providers are searching for ways to improve value-based care metrics. An essential component is in the Health Information Exchange (HIE). They offer a wealth of near real-time, clinical data which is necessary to deliver better care coordination and quality reporting needed to meet reimbursement requirements and beyond. Discover the benefits of utilizing a data foundation to intelligently integrate clinical information across an entire care community.
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).
Mary Jones was just admitted to the hospital, and she is at high risk for readmission. But no one knows that. And there is data that could have alerted you to it. Readmissions generate a staggering $41.3 billion in additional hospital costs each year, and many occur for reasons that could have been avoided1. Without a clear way to proactively identify admitted patients with the highest risk of readmission, hospitals face major revenue losses and CMS penalties.
Annual population health survey results are in! Access to better data analytics means organizations can dig deeper to unlock the secrets of patient engagement. Join the eHealth Initiative and Medicity for this complimentary webinar to learn how leading population health management organizations are using technology to support this work. Dr. Charles Kennedy, chief population health officer with Healthagen, leads a panel illuminating results of the 2016 eHealth Initiative Population Health Survey.
Patient care goes beyond just the doctor’s office, yet caregivers often don’t know what happens to their patients once they leave the exam room. This means care becomes fragmented, and fragmented care leads to poor outcomes and unsatisfied patients. Maintaining patient visibility across the health system is critical for quality care coordination. Event-based notifications address this issue by providing actionable insight to care teams that facilitate timely follow up.
In this webinar, Brian Ahier, Director of Standards and Government Affairs for Medicity, provides a short overview of the changing health care landscape and the role of the HIE in helping organizations move toward value based care models. He touches on the latest on Meaningful Use 3 and FHIR. From there, Dan Paoletti, CEO of Ohio Health Information Partnership, delves into the CliniSync story, providing an in-depth analysis of the organization’s journey to success. Paoletti also provides best practices and other take-aways that attendees can apply to their own organizations.
Join us for a very special roundtable led by Kevin Stambaugh, Director of Physician e-Services at Intermountain Healthcare, who discussed how the health system used the Medicity Exchange platform to support convenient, streamlined ordering capabilities.