Cost:

Free for HFMA Members
Buy HFMA Membership to Attend

Audience:

Business Partners
Health Plans
Hospitals and Other Providers
Physicians and Other Practitioners

Career level:

Executive
Experienced Professional
Mid-Senior

Recommended for:

Accounting
Clinically Integrated Network
Data Analytics
Financial Planning
Informatics
Population Health

Delivery Method:

Self Study

Advance Preparation:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Course Availability:

1 Year

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Analytics
This session will feature a panel of leading experts in data analytics, that will explore the challenges and possibilities of moving toward true interoperability, of marry clinical and financial data, and providing a better patient experien...
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Karen Horgan, CEO of VAL Health, reviewed how healthcare finance professionals can use behavioral economics to get the outcomes they want from both patients and staff during an Aug. 14 session at HFMA's Digital Annual Conference.
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Panelists at HFMA’s Digital Annual Conference in August explored how recent advances in data analytics are helping to improve the patient experience of care and advance consumerism in healthcare.
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As part of HFMA’s Digital Annual Conference, leaders with Privia Health explained how they have applied a multistage process to optimize their data-reporting procedures and analytics platform.
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HFMA's Digital Annual Conference continues Aug. 12 and Aug. 14 with a focus on optimizing performance with the latest KPIs, using analytics strategies to lower cost and maximize revenue and using behavioral economics to engage patients.
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On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Analytics

Centralized vs. decentralized data analytics organization structures: A question of ownership

On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Analytics

Centralized vs. decentralized data analytics organization structures: A question of ownership

Description

Often contentious, the ownership and responsibility for data analytics is often up to debate as healthcare organizations transition from traditional reporting to advanced predictive and prescriptive analytics.

This will examine the pros and cons of centralized decentralized data analytics structures. A hybrid model, the hub and spoke center of excellence, is introduced as an effective approach to balancing the positive and negatives of other models. Key responsibilities and required capabilities are defined.  The importance of collaboration between traditional roles such as the CFO, CIO, COO, etc. with emerging Chief Data Officer positions is examined.

Original Live Date: 5/21/20
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • Understand the value of advanced analytics in an increasingly uncertain healthcare environment
  • Explore the differences in descriptive, diagnostic, integrated, predictive and prescriptive analytics
  • Recognize the impact of traditional healthcare silos on the effectiveness of the data analytics function
  • Define the pros and cons of centralized and decentralized data analytics organizations
  • Explain the hybrid model which seeks to incorporate the pros and negate the cons of other models, the hub-and-spoke center of excellence
  • Examine the emerging role of the healthcare Chief Data Officer, distinct duties as compared to traditional roles such as the CFO, CIO, COO, etc.

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Power of Data and Creating the Patient Experience

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Surge Preparation and the Clinical Workforce: An Analytic Approach to Certain Uncertainty with COVID-19

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