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Rick Ingraham
Director, Health Care Delivery & Payment
LexisNexis Health Care

Erin Benson
Director, Market Planning
LexisNexis Health Care


The medical and research communities have established valuable insights into social determinants of health (SDOH). Until recently, the healthcare delivery system has struggled to leverage these insights into changes directly affecting care provided. Since our nation holds a vast amount of socioeconomic public records, these records may hold the key to aligning care to a patient’s negative or positive SDOHs. Through the creation of clinically-validated health attributes from socioeconomic data, health risk scores now enable improved patient outreach. With shifts to value-based reimbursement incentives, the time is ripe to embrace enhanced patient outreach that may impact quality and outcomes.

This webinar outlines a data-driven provider business model impacting the quality of patient interaction, the effectiveness of care coordination, and accuracy of revenue forecasting, while minimizing disruptions to direct care delivery.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Convert social determinants of health data into a tool that minimizes care delivery payment risk.
  • Move beyond the medical record to administratively impact care outcomes.
  • Increase your insight into the surrounding variables impacting a patient’s likelihood to require increased levels of care.
  • Leverage health risk scores to empower patient engagement and care coordination staff with patient-specific opportunity plans for health improvement.
  • Apply lessons learned from health risk attribute scoring.

Recommended for:

CEOs, CFOs, directors of revenue cycle, physicians or clinical leaders, physician practice executives, health plan leaders, patient liaison and knowledge officers, health plan contracting officers 

Field of Study: Special Knowledge & Applications
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Basic                             
Pre-work: None
Prerequisites: None
Contact hours: 1.0


HFMA members: Free

Non-members: $99

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This on-demand webinar is available until June 27, 2018.