Upcoming MHDC Events

    • 30 Sep 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • MHDC Office, 460 Totten Pond Rd, Ste 690, 02451
    • 0
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    The Medicare ACO Model:
    A Platform for Population Health Management


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    To add your name to the waiting list,

    Please email Arleen Coletti at acoletti@mahealthdata.org.

    Learn how Atrius Health leveraged its participation in the Pioneer ACO Model to develop a population health strategy for its Medicare-eligible patients. 

    Emily Brower, Vice President of Population Health, will cover the approach to identifying gaps in care, engaging providers and staff in designing initiatives to close those gaps, and the results in triple aim performance:

    • Improving care within the medical home to serve the Geriatric population, particularly those with advanced illness
    • Leverage a new, more integrated relationship with Home Health
    • Building a high performing network of skilled nursing facilities

    • 28 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • MHDC Office, 460 Totten Pond Rd, Ste 690, 02451
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    Visualizing Healthcare:
    You Have the Data --
    But Can You See the Story?

    This meeting is SOLD OUT!
    To add your name to the waiting list,
    Please email Arleen at acoletti@mahealthdata.org

    Data is coming at your organization faster than text messages to a 14-year-old's smartphone. You need to communicate it correctly, clearly and compellingly to all of your stakeholders: patients, clinicians, administrators, regulators, and others. But too often, the tables, graphs and dashboards used to communicate healthcare data are poorly designed, at best failing to and at worst even incorrectly communicating the critical information used to measure performance, educate and inform patients and identify the right opportunities for change and improvement to our healthcare system. 

    In this interactive presentation we will explore the integral role that technology, design and data visualization expertise, and healthcare knowledge each play in the effective communication of healthcare data.

    You will learn the science behind how we see and understand information and simple yet powerful ways to display and communicate information so that the opportunities are clear and people are moved to action.

    And, although you may never create the reports and dashboards disseminated by your institution, you must understand the power and importance of how we see and understand data in order to lead a truly data driven organization.

    • Speaker, Katherine Rowell, MS, MHA, Founder & Principal HealthDataViz