Artificial Intelligence and Clinical Documentation: The Impact on Quality Outcomes and Physician Engagement
March 22, 2017
Tethering the outcomes of both clinical and financial integration are critical in today’s pay-for-performance environ¬ment. Physician engagement in creating high quality clinical documentation is a key driver for the clinical and business decisions that impact healthcare organizations' ability to improve quality while reducing costs. And, Artificial Intelligence (AI) enhances physician engagement by enabling better capture and documentation of patient cases.
Join us on Wednesday, March 22nd to hear why though most organizations have some form of CDI program in place today, healthcare leaders consider it highly important among their organizational priorities for 2017.
Explore advancements in speech and cognitive technologies that engage and excite physicians
Review the positive quality and financial outcomes of deploying a clinically-focused approach to documentation improvement
Change the way you think about how clinical documentation is captured and how you measure success
Medicare Bundles and Beyond: Strategies for Success
Truven Health Analytics
February 15, 2017
In April 2016, the CMS Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) mandated that hospitals in 67 markets be responsible for total cost and quality of hip and knee replacements, including 90 days post discharge. New payments models have been finalized for cardiac episodes of AMI and CABG which might go into effect later this year. At the same time, commercial and direct to employer bundled payment programs continue to expand. Join us for this webinar on February 15, 2017 at 1 pm ET to see hospitals can use a combination of actionable analytics and consulting for success under these new alternative payment models as mandated or by choice in 2017 and beyond.
Proprietary analytics drive actionable quality and cost improvements
Insights allow for quality visibility for 90-day episodes of care, whether planned or unplanned
Patient Identification – The Challenges Healthcare Leaders and the Industry are Facing Today
February 8, 2017
Exchanging information across the healthcare ecosystem and achieving interoperability is a goal and challenge all healthcare organizations share. Developing proper processes and procedures continues to play a larger role in facilitating interoperability, improving patient outcomes, and creating efficiencies.
And while healthcare is achieving interoperability in some areas, a critical area of focus should fall on accurate patient identification. Further progress is being hindered by the lack of standardization and accuracy of patient data, which when exchanged increases errors exponentially across the industry. The most significant impact of these errors is patients receiving incorrect treatments.
In this webinarAndrew Gettinger, M.D., Acting Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) at ONC will address many of the challenges the industry is facing around patient identification today. He will also discuss the role that healthcare leaders, enterprises, physicians, and even patients plays in improving quality outcomes.
Key Topics of this Webinar include:
Creation of proper processes and procedures
Challenges & frustrations around patient identification
Using Predictive Analytics to Align Staffing and Patient Demand
January 31, 2017
Can you really make the switch from reactive to proactive in daily operational functions? Attend this webinar to hear how one Chief Nurse Executive has done just that.
MaryPat Sullivan, RN, MSN, CNS Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Experience Officer at Overlook Medical Center has led the drive to align staffing and patient demand using an integrated capacity management strategy. Cultural change and adoption of new practices go hand in hand.
Join this webinar at 2 pm ET on January 31, 2017 to hear the story of a successful change management strategy using transparency and predictive analytics to improve organizational coordination while achieving not only the intended outcomes, but true cultural change along the way.
1. Recognize how utilizing an integrated capacity management approach aligns the organization to focus on contemporary problems.
2. Illustrate examples of how using predictive analysis to right-size for demand can help drive staff satisfaction, top of license practice and rally staff and leadership to the same goals.
This informative webinar dives into the biggest challenges facing healthcare executives today. Join our senior analysts as they discuss key results and takeaways from this latest survey of senior leaders from hospitals, health systems and provider organizations.
Specific topics covered:
Value-based care participation levels and net patient revenue
Care continuum strategy and care coordination
Provider financial performance, margins, and investment plans
Organizational performance for executive leadership and functional areas
Participants of this webinar will hear an in-depth review of how peer leaders are facing these challenges, and can use this data to benchmark their organization within the industry.
This event is based on an independent HealthLeaders Media survey supported by Optum.
Success in Bundles during Tumultuous Times: Insights from Huron, Kindred Healthcare, and Yale New Haven Health
December 7, 2016
There is no time to waste in preparing for bundled payments. With the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ recent move to accelerate alternative payment models, building analytical, clinical, and operational models that cross the full continuum of care will be critical to improved outcomes and provider success.
Download this free, on-demand webinar to hear Huron, along with Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) participants Yale New Haven Health, Kindred Healthcare, will share their collective experience with bundles. Regardless of bundle type, Huron offers a strategic framework outlining the steps your healthcare organizations can take to create a single platform for success. Yale New Haven explains how they reduced costs by 14 percent per case by engaging clinicians in care standardization. Kindred Healthcare shares how they optimized outcomes and financial performance by distributing critical information with acute care partners, creating care management processes and introducing new data tracking tools.