Pop Health Analytics
Predictive Analytics • Actionable Insights • Culture Built on Data and Outcomes
To successfully manage risk-based care, organizations must develop competencies and capabilities in the areas of patient experience, clinical outcomes, population health management, and financial accountability. Integrating and mining clinical, financial, and outcomes data to gain actionable insights to prevent readmissions, reduce costs, and improve overall patient care is critical.
The 15th Annual Population Health Analytics Track at WHCC convenes health plan and provider executives to discuss strategies to optimize technology and analytics in a population health approach – improving the quality and reducing the cost of health care. Attendees gain insight into how leading organizations leverage technology tools to forecast and analyze their populations’ most pressing needs so that care can be delivered at the right time and in the right place.
Top Reasons to Attend:
- Proactively identify the rising risk population and develop programs in coordination with the community
- Launch last mile strategies to engage the care management team around data and outcomes
- Take an in-depth look at predictive analytics use cases
- Adopt machine learning and AI technology to transform health care
- Develop predictive and prescription algorithms to gauge disease progression and an effective course of action
Predictive Analytics Use Cases: Identify, Stratify, Manage, and Intervene with Rising Risk Patients
- How do you develop the capabilities to lead in this area?
- What is the best algorithm/model? Which data are useful or negligible?
- How can you help clinicians better understand data and why metrics are valuable indicators?
- What are the right processes to implement so a patient’s predictive score can be worked out as early as possible?
- What strategies should you implement for your highest-risk versus rising risk patients?
Chief Analytics Officer
Chief Analytics Officer
UPMC Health Plan & UPMC Enterprises
Chief Medical Informatics Officer
Distinguished Speakers Include:
Director, Collaborative Research, Health Services; Sanford Health; Assistant Scientist, Population Health, Sanford Research; Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, Sanford School of Medicine, University of South Dakota
Collaborative Scientist, Biomedical Analytics and Computational Engineering Lab
Assistant Medical Director and Chief Health Information Officer
Kaiser Permanente Southern California
Associate Enterprise Chief Medical Information Officer, Department of Medical Informatics & Data Science
WHCC is a ‘can’t miss’ event for those seeking an in-depth understanding of where the industry is headed; The thought leadership, networking, and content is unparalleled