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Speaker

Chuck Manternach
Allscripts
Director – Solutions Management, EPSi Performance Management

Summary

Value-based care continues to mold how healthcare providers use and rely upon insights to improve quality and reduce costs. The focus is on establishing teams and partnerships to coordinate and care for patients across a continuum. As a result, changes to payment mechanisms are driving the significance for understanding clinical quality and financial risk. In order for providers to understand the inherent clinical quality and financial risks associated with the patients in their market, they must integrate cost data and other key metrics as a core component of their strategy and teaming efforts. This session will cover the capabilities needed to identify and stratify populations of patients with clinical and financial risks, and how to use those insights to discover, prioritize, plan, and act to improve quality outcomes and reduce costs.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Rationalize the capabilities and data needed to lower costs and improve quality care.
  • Conceptualize how clinical and financial insights can be used to discover and prioritize opportunities to improve value.
  • Understand how these insights can be used to navigate the correct course of action for delivering services to populations of patients. 

Tools & Takeaways

Attendees will have access to a white paper following the webinar, "Creating the Information-Powered Healthcare Enterprise: Surviving the Present and Building the Future of Accountable Care with Integrated Performance Management"

Recommended For:

CFOs, CIOs, revenue cycle managers and VPs, billing staff, administrators, and business/office managers

Field of Study: Integration of clinical and financial insights
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Prework: None

Pricing

HFMA members: Free
Non-members: $99

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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until June 12, 2015.