More effectively reduce risk, support better patient outcomes, lower costs, and raise patient care quality.
This webinar series explains how you can reach these goals in light of the current healthcare market, in which you face challenges like:
- A growing high-risk population
- Finding and eliminating costly patient care gaps
- Providing more personalized diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up
- Improving collaboration across your organization
7 signs you need help with population health management
The volume of information can be overwhelming, so how do you know if you’re on the right path to value-based care transformation, or if you should even be on the path? Learn more about the seven signs that might indicate you could use some help with your value-based care or population health management strategy. The 7 signs include:
- You don’t know where to start
- You have an EHR to manage your population, and you think that is enough
- You might be missing key diagnostic data
- You have a patient leakage problem
- Your readmission rates are affecting your bottom line
- You don’t have enough staff or time to engage with every single patient
- You aren’t getting the ROI you expected
Join us at 11:00 am EST on July 26, 2018, as Global Head of Population Health Management; Robert Taylor, PhD presents this free webinar: 7 signs you need help with population health management
6 reasons why you should digitalize incidental findings management
May 3, 2018 – 11:00 a.m. EST
Presented by: Robert Taylor, PhD, Global Head of Population Health Management
Proactive follow-up of care gaps such as incidental finding management can play an important role in population health management by transforming care delivery. The reality is that incidental findings management today, is not so simple. Incidental findings pose multiple levels of challenges that impact health care organizations, radiologists, ordering physicians and their patients.
Learn how digitalization and artificial intelligence may help address the challenges of incidental findings management, including:
- Determining which incidental findings are useful and if they require follow-up
- Lack of standardized report vocabulary and structure
- How do we track findings that require a follow-up a year from now?
- Who owns the role of follow-up?
- Closing the loop to see if the follow-up occurred
- How do we manage and minimize the health and legal risks?
Close your healthcare gaps – How value-based diagnostics can help improve overall care delivery
September 20, 2017 – 11:00 a.m. EST
Presented by: Jonathan Darer, MD
How can value-based diagnostics promote effective prevention and treatment of chronic disease? Dr. Darer shares the solution his organization uses to improve population health and reduce patient care gaps.
Navigating the value-based landscape
Presented by: Ramona Ramadas, RN
How can processes and technology help develop your workforce and keep your value-based care initiatives on target? Ms. Ramadas discusses the steps her organization uses to drive an effective transition to value-based care.