Register for a free Webinar Thu, Jul 30, 2015 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EDT to explore #PopulationHealthManagement and learn #CareCoordination best practices.
This webinar, which is the second in a series of three, will focus on providing strategies and guidance for adoption and implementation of Population Health Management, covering the various methods of care coordination, the value of risk stratification and the basics of data analysis.
We will touch upon the various methodologies of care coordination, such as:
- Risk Stratification: Primary or Secondary
- Disease-based Stratification
- Practice-based care coordination
- In-Patient or Out-Patient
- Centralized vs. De-centralized
- Practice Embedded Case Managers
We will discuss some best practices for combining risk stratification and care coordination, honing in on the most useful types of reports that can be generated. We’ll also share our own risk stratification process and classification:
- Using an algorithm based on industry standards and claims data to risk-stratify
- We stratify into populations based on:
- high-risk groups (with complex care needs)
- moderate-risk or rising-risk groups (with chronic conditions), and
- low-risk groups (preventive services/wellness).
Next, we will cover the types of data, and how to present that data to facilitate care coordination, from the various reports that are generated such as utilization reports, quality measures, drug & lab, cost reports, ER, trends and distribution.
We will explore what the analytics from these various reports mean to your organization, with results explaining what has happened, what could happen, and what to do about it. Finally, we’ll uncover how the data in these reports can have the most impact on a care network utilizing this predictive modeling process.
- Laura Tompkins, RN, BSN, Nurse Care Coordinator, Allegiance Health Group
- Denny Brennan, Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
- Dr. Anthony Akosa, Chief Medical Officer, HealthEC®
Thu, Jul 30, 2015 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EDT